The credit card or debit card charge CNP*THE NEW YORKER 800 825 CREDIT was first spotted on June 23, 2014. This charge has been reported as trusted by 15 users, 111 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen CNP*THE NEW YORKER 800 825 CREDIT on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

Charge Information

Merchant New Yorker Magazine (edit)
Website Click to Add (edit)
Phone Number 1-800-825-2510 (edit)
Category Magazine Subscription (edit)
Description Renewal of free trial (edit)
Phone Number

What people are saying...

carol Douglass on February 01, 2016

I just found a charge of $89.99 on my charge card, with a description as a :"CPN*The New Yorker. I called my credit card company. Aside from his having almost unintelligible English, I managed to grasp that the people who could answer this have all gone home. "but it will all be fixed." I plan to call the number found online--800-825-2510. But what on earth is this about? Nearly $90 of my money has disappeared and so far so one can explain why.What is going on here? What does The New Yorker have to do with it? I have not subscribed to any magazine. i hate having to go through what I know i will--no truthful answers, no intelligible answers, no action, just another rip off. Grrr!

Carol Douglass on February 01, 2016

absolutely not--I have no idea where this charge is coming from, nor for what service or product. Since I have not ordered/purchased anything such thing with this card. I can only assume it's yet another scam that I will have to run down dozens of rabbit holes searching for will probably be, in the end, a scam that has no solution to.

Maria Berenson on March 20, 2016

It's for a subscription to The New Yorker Magazine.

Neelesh Gupta on August 20, 2016

It is for New Yorker Magazine. Call 1-800-825-2510 and they will reverse the charge. Its funny how quickly they do it and try to hang up ASAP without any other questions asked. Tells me that they know its fishy...

Kate on October 27, 2016

$99.99 charged 10-27-16. Contacted credit services. Shut down card immediately after reversing charge.

Shannon on April 22, 2017

I was charged an unauthorized $99 on 4/20/17, called customer service and spoke to representative for all of 5 seconds. They are extremely fast to remove it, no questions, arguments, nothing. Call 1-800-825-2510

New Yorker magazine on May 04, 2017

It's an automatic renewal of a free trial offer .. I had to be on hold for about 10 minutes, but they quickly reversed the charge.

Anonymous on June 30, 2017

First paid them $5 for The New Yorker subscription. Signed into New Yorker Customer Service website to disable auto-renewal. Three months later I am charged a whopping $99 dollars for a re-renewal. 03/24/17 HMD* The New Yorker 5.00 06/22/17 CNP*THE NEW YORKER 99.99

Beth on September 28, 2017

First call person was polite and said they would cancel and informed me that I had account since 2016. I had never received a magazine! Second, time I called very rude person told me maybe your card has been hacked. Still, have not seen any refund. I am very upset with this company.

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