NMX*High Income Factor — Easiest Way to Cancel

Monday, 29 Sep 2014 12:00 PM

By Christian Hill

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If your recent credit card bill reflects a charge from NMX*High Income Factor, it is for a subscription to Tom Hutchinson’s The High Income Factor, one of Newsmax Media's financial newsletters.

The High Income Factor is a financial newsletter that is designed to provide readers with different types of income-generating ideas each and every month. The High Income Factor includes high-yield investments that you are very familiar with, such as dividend stocks, corporate bonds, and real estate investment trusts (REITs). But Tom Hutchinson also covers unique income-generating investments such as master-limited partnerships (MLPs) and business-development companies (BDCs), as well as capital and income funds. The High Income Factor is your trusted and reliable partner in finding ways for you to generate a healthy cash flow and build your wealth for your future.

But the newsletter isn’t for everyone. So now Newsmax has made it easy for trial subscribers to cancel their subscription to NMX*High Income Factor if they choose not to receive it.

• They can simply visit Newsmax's customer service website by visiting http://www.newsmax.com/contact/customerservicecontact.

• Or they can contact customer service by calling (800) 485-4350. Customer service is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Eastern Time).

“We make it part of our business policy for subscribers to be able to cancel The High Income Factor whenever they choose. We understand that it is not for everyone, and that is why we make it easy for trial subscribers to cancel,” stated Newsmax Media.

“We hate to see people cancel their subscription to NMX*High Income Factor. Especially under these market conditions, when personal finance is a topic that should be at the forefront of everyone’s minds.”

Editor’s Note: Newsmax and Moneynews want to make it as simple as possible to cancel NMX*High Income Factor. If you are a current subscriber to NMX*High Income Factor and no longer wish to receive the newsletter, simply visit http://www.newsmax.com/contact/customerservicecontact.

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To learn more about The High Income Factor newsletter, click here.

To contact Newsmax Customer Service regarding The High Income Factor, click here.

Read More: What Is NMX*High Income Factor?


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