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Re: Harvard Business Review (2 messages) Birdie MacLennan 01 Feb 2002 02:12 UTC

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Date:         Thu, 31 Jan 2002 15:58:39 -0500
From:         Jody Morris <Jody.Morris@FEMA.GOV>
Subject:      Re: Harvard Business Review

That's funny, I received a postcard from HBR today, too.  It did not say
the same thing yours did, however.  It told my my *current* subscription
starts on S/O-00 and ends with the J/A-01 issue.  Keep in mind that we
received the F 2002 issue in today's mail, too.

I emailed my buddy at Faxon about this but haven't heard anything yet.

Jody Morris
National Emergency Training Center Library
Emmitsburg, MD
(301) 447-1354

Date:         Thu, 31 Jan 2002 12:02:21 -0900
From:         Phylis Slone <fnpds@AURORA.UAF.EDU>
Subject:      Re: Harvard Business Review

It is funny, but be sure you respond.  I ignored one of those cards once
(cannot recall the title), and the publishers did put a "stop" on our
subscription.  I had to call them up, and assure them that they did have
our correct address.

       Phylis Slone <fnpds@AURORA.UAF.EDU>

Nancy Crow wrote:

> You will either chuckle or groan when you hear of my latest problem with
> Harvard Business Review.  I received a postcard today from HBR.  It was
> addressed exactly as all our serials and correspondence are addressed.  The
> postcard states,  "Delivery of your subscription has been suspended by the
> Post Office.  Please notify us of your correct mailing address and we will
> resume service."  I received the postcard - Don't know why the address is a
> problem!
> Nancy Crow, Assistant Librarian
> Serials/Interlibrary Loan
> Quincy University
> 1800 College Ave.
> Quincy, IL  62301-2699
> 217-228-5348 (voice); 217-228-5354 (fax)