Nope it has my name and address on it, but (what anyone can figure out by looking at me), I don't exactly follow any fashion trend. Where in the world did this come from? I mean, for me anyway, this is a complete waste of paper (being that I'm a proud non-consumer and this magazine nothing but ad after ad of crap) and a little annoying to have received something I didn't order. What's going on here?
So I call the magazine. I'm told it's a free trial subscription offered to me by some place called M2Mags, but that I can suspend the subscription (which I promptly did after getting this M2Mag's phone number).
Right. So I call M2Mags. Of course after 15 minutes of trying every option they offer, no one live is there to help, but the electronic-voiced chick tells me to email them to take my name off the list. Uh huh. So I type up an email asking to be removed from any mailing list and (you guessed it) the email bounces back. Good grief!
So I did what anyone in this day and age does - I googled "M2Mags" where I found out there are a lot of frustrated people out there like the lady who received "Field and Stream or the middle-aged white couple that received "Essence" magazine (see the comments section).
After some hunting, I found out that there was one common link - purchasing business cards from VistaPrint. Gosh darnit! They were inexpensive and I was trying to be frugal. Just look where it got me - junk mail!
I should have known better, but I've learned my lesson - BUY LOCAL!
P.S. If anyone runs into the same problem, I did finally find an email that works...