Time Inc. to offer refunds for subscription renewals

April 2006
Buffalo Law Journal;4/3/2006, Vol. 78 Issue 27, p4
Reports that Time Inc. has agreed to settle an investigation with New York and other states over the publisher's billing and collection practices. Amount of refunds that the company will pay to its consumers; Coverage of the investigation; Background of Time Inc.


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