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 Hi,  how can I stop receiving the AARP magazine?  I do not really want to read about the rich and famous and how and what they are doing as they grow older.  Maybe if you had stories that focused on how the rest of us, the majority of us, are and what we are doing as we aged, I could feel better connected.  Thank you

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@SusanB727681 Hi Susan, I'm disappointed to hear that you aren't enjoying the AARP Magazine. I have taken note of your feedback and tried to locate your account to stop delivery of that publication. The membership that is associated with your email address expired on April 30, 2022. You will not receive the publications for an expired membership. Are you currently receiving the AARP Magazine in the mail? We may have a duplicate account for you. When you have a moment, please send me a private message with your membership # and complete mailing address so I can locate your active membership and process your request. Learn more about sending private messages here: How to Send a Private Message We can also be reached via  1-888-OUR-AARP (1-888-687-2277). I'm always here to help!

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