Just because GLP has done me dirty doesn’t mean I want my Burda Style magazines any less.So I’m going to explore all of my options, and probably make a lot of orders to the UK over the next couple of months.That or else you might plead with your bank account for forgiveness because you are now going to have to pay for a second subscription since you won’t be getting the one you already paid for. Yes, I think this is a legitimate response, especially if you had a rather lengthy subscription time remaining.Personally I had just renewed my Burda Easy subscription last week (I literally just got the renewal card in the mail on Saturday. ), and because I had been one of the last people to have a year long subscription to Burda before they reduced it to 6 month subscriptions only, I had about 5 months of regular issues that I’d already paid for as well. But that doesn’t mean Burda isn’t still going to be publishing magazines, and that we still aren’t going to want them, or wish we had them at some point in the future.If the Amazon subscription falls through (which is possible; might be they were getting their magazines from GLP as well), then I suppose I’ll cave and pay for the full subscription from the UK distributor.But hopefully we’ll all have some more definite news and a clear path forward before then. Until then, let’s all try to keep the throwing of things to a minimum.Whether it be typography, text navigation or the relevance of an illustration or graphic, we have the technical know-how to help students learn.
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That’s 7 magazines I’m not getting, and that’s worth crying over. (5) Find a new place to buy Burda, at least temporarily. So that means figuring out how to acquire Burda in the meantime.
It’s been a bit of a hunt, but I think I’ve found some options for us…
Obviously, there is a lot of unhappy going on here. It’s sad the way they have treated their customers, with no formal email or other notification, let alone any sort of an offer for a refund.
It’s sad that it is going to cause inconvenience for those of us who still want to get ahold of the magazine.
I expect this might also be the case for the US in the near future, though there are several questions I find myself wondering… In the meantime, what is a Burda-obsessed former GLP subscriber to do?