Contacting Reader’s Digest Customer Service Center
Reader’s Digest is a magazine that’s been around for ages. The small magazine offers funny anecdotes, short stories, recipes, diet plans and more. You can order Reader’s Digest online for print, large print or digital delivery. Current subscribers, as of September 2012, can also order a free 6-month subscription to the iPad application for free just for being a Reader’s Digest reader.
There is very little contact information openly listed for Reader’s Digest customer service. The magazine is inexpensive and bills on a yearly or biyearly basis, so there is relatively little reason to contact the service department – thus the lacking information.
Phone Contact Numbers
The customer service team for Reader’s Digest is available by phone. There are no hours listed, but we doubt the call center is open 24 hours.
- Customer Care: 1-877-342-4775
- Customer Care 2: 1-800-310-2181
- Corporate Office: 1-877-732-4438
Reader’s DigestP.O. Box 6094Harlan, IA 51593
Reader’s DigestP.O. Box 50005Prescott, AZ 86301-5005
Visit http://www.rd.com to learn more about Reader’s Digest subscribe to the magazine or contact customer service. We were surprised by all the customer service contact information provided by Reader’s Digest, but you should clearly have no trouble reaching someone as there are multiple emails, phone numbers and mailing addresses.
Customer Service Email
The tiny little magazine known as Reader’s Digest has a complete customer care website with a questions and answers page and contact information. When you click on the Contact Us link you are taken to an email contact form http://rd.custhelp.com/app/ask/session/L3RpbWUvMTM0NzU2MzE4My9zaWQvNzVTSUw5Nmw%3D. The form only requires a small amount of information like your name, email address and mailing address to submit.
Sign Up or Edit Newsletter Preferences: email@example.com
Submit an Article Proposal: firstname.lastname@example.org
We called the Reader’s Digest customer care line. There is no need to press any buttons. The system is setup to immediately transfer your call to the next available agent. There aren’t even any automated lists to listen to while you are waiting. Our call was completely in less than two minutes from start to finish. We asked about the iPad application for Reader’s Digest. We wanted to know if that digital access worked for iPhone or iPod and our agent said no. The agent’s accent was a bit difficult to understand, so we think the call center is outsourced to another country.