AARP sends mass mailings to "valued members" to renew. Over the years, I've received many of these posted YEARS before my membership is actually due for renewal. AARP is well aware of this and chooses not to correct this clearly deceptive and predatory practice.
It will be interesting to see if AARP takes down this post.
Agreed, Michaelg! I have "lifetime" membership bought when I was eligible in 2004 (and have bought for Mom, then Sis and Bro when those two became eligible) so we have to patrol Mom's mail for these renewal notices.
I spoke to AARP when I received the first one for me and they attempted to blame it on data issues; I haven't wasted my time on the following notices (15+ years or so). At some point some shyster lawyer will launch a class-action suit, I'm sure...
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