Good Housekeeping Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Good Housekeeping is an American women's magazine owned by the Hearst Corporation, featuring articles about women's interests, product testing by The Good Housekeeping Institute, recipes, diet, and health, as well as literary articles. It is well known for the "Good Housekeeping Seal", a limited warranty program that is popularly known as the "Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval"
A disappointed customer shared this in a review "Good Housekeeping is some kind of scam. I received a bill in the mail today in the amount of $8.61 for13 issues of Good Housekeeping magazine. There are three problems with this. Number one I did not order the magazine number two I have no interest in Good Housekeeping magazine and thirdly you're sending it to a home that was destroyed by Hurricane Florence and is uninhabitable down in South Carolina I currently live in New Jersey. When I called and the number was not on the phone bill I had to research to find the phone number the representative said she would cancel it she gave me a confirmation number that was four digits a question that and then she added on another three digits. I told her I was concerned as to why they had my name and address and why they were sending the magazines when I never ordered it. Her reply was when you entered the sweepstakes it automatically put you in for the magazine. I told her I don't enter sweepstakes I'm not looking for any scams and I'm not looking to be nagged by telemarketers so there is no sweepstakes or any kind of contest that I ordered. She apologized and then proceeded to try to sell me another magazine. I'm not interested in magazine subscriptions just dust collectors and junk anything I want I'll find online. I don't like the sneaky shotty business practice".
Home Décor & Lifestyle Intern (Former Employee) says"Being a Fashion Merchandising Major and in my senior year of college, I thought it would be a good idea to dip my feet into another field of merchandising instead of fashion. I have always had a very strong interest in home decor and being able to style interiors for a magazine excited me. I spent my days at Good Housekeeping Magazine researching DIY projects, trending home decor items and idyllic homes that could be pitched for the magazine. I learned the work that goes into creating a magazine and how feature stories are made. My co-workers made my time at Good Housekeeping even more enjoyable. I especially had a great relationship with my boss because her and I had a similar eye for interiors. Cons: Extremely quiet office, no collaboration"
Frances Payne says"Does anyone know how I can stop being bombarded with emails from Good Housekeeping and related subscriptions. During the past year I have unsubscribed 19 times and sent four emails asking to be removed. I do not know how to stop them, they are the only company that seem to think they are above GDPR! Grateful for any advise. Thank you"