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2 comments

I had the same thought (1)

NotSanguine (1917456) | more than 2 years ago | (#38518196)

I've received two emails that appear to be scam messages from the NY Times in the past hour or so.

The email requests that you call a phone number and the phone number provides a fax(?!) number to send your request. Calls made to the real NY Times phone number (1 800 NYTimes) state that they are very busy and suggest contacting the Home Delivery website which is *very* sluggish when it responds at all.

Re:I had the same thought (1)

NotSanguine (1917456) | more than 2 years ago | (#38518336)

And here's the NY Times Response [nytimes.com]

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