If your recent credit card bill reflects a charge from:
“NMX High Income Factor”
it is for a subscription to Newsmax’s High Income Factor newsletter.
As a financial newsletter published by Newsmax, NMX High Income Factor
is printed and mailed monthly. This 12-page long investment newsletter has been giving sound investment advice for those looking for secure, powerful, income returns.
The track record of NMX High Income Factor
is powerful with typical investments offering 5 percent to up to 20 percent annual returns.
There are currently over 20,000 subscribers to NMX High Income Factor
Over the past few months, thousands of Americans have taken free trial subscriptions to the NMX High Income Factor
. And for good reason . . . managing one’s finances is more important than ever.
But the NMX High Income Factor
newsletter isn’t for everyone.
So now Newsmax has made it easy for trial subscribers to cancel NMX High Income Factor
if they choose not to receive it.
“We make it part of our business policy for subscribers to be able to cancel The NMX 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 Aaron DeHoog, Financial Publisher.
: 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 go here.
In fact, Newsmax has gone above and beyond industry standards to make it possible for subscribers to cancel NMX High Income Factor
if they so choose. Normal policies to cancel subscriptions do not require any notifications of automatic renewal after an order is placed. But that is not Newsmax’s cancellation policy for NMX High Income Factor
, or any of its financial subscriptions.
For example, a notification is sent via email giving subscribers the right to cancel NMX High Income Factor
newsletter. They can also call the toll free customer service number to cancel NMX High Income Factor
at any time.
Of course, Newsmax’s goal is for everyone to renew their subscriptions to NMX High Income Factor
at the regular annual rate of $109 for print subscription ($97 for digitial), not to cancel it.
Aaron DeHoog commented, “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 go here.
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