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Every few months, I receive a letter from AARP claiming that unless 'this invoice and your payment have crossed in the mail, we still have not received payment for your AARP membership' and telling me that I need to mail my dues in 'right away'. It does not however mention when my subscription expires (now 11 months away), and although I have written, letting them know that I think this borders on a scam, they continue to mail them to me.

This act of hinting strongly that money is due when it is not is inexcusable. I received an apology to my private complaint and was told it must have been a mix-up, but since this continues I choose to be more public in my complaint. When will this tactic stop, and why has it not already ceased?

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