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PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 11:00 pm 
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My Interzone subscription lapsed in February...so the last issue I got was 208. I've been meaning to renew my subscription, but seeing as I only recently got around to finding and reading 208 (it sounds funny to write this in a forum, but I gave birth to a lovely baby boy in late January and had tons of visitors plus my parents were over and it was this super busy time and I had tons of forgetfulness hormones) --so anyway, as I was saying...I wanted to find out what box to check and if I should send in the yellow slip in the center of IZ208.

I've already gone ahead and ordered an issue of IZ211 from BBR, and will probably back order 210...but what I wanted to know was would sending in the yellow slip count as a renewal (and does that start with the issues I missed) or does it count as a new subscription and it starts with whatever is the next issue?


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2007 7:02 pm 
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Congratulations on the new arrival. :)

If you'd like to begin your new subscription with any issues you missed please just make a note on the form or on a separate piece of paper, and we'll send those issues as part of your subscription, no problem.

If you renew online via the website (click on 'Shop') just put what issue you'd like your new subscription to begin with in the space marked Shopper's Reference. You'll receive an emailed receipt and if you want to be double sure you can always reply to that and tell me again. :)

I always double check against our records anyway. Email me any time if you're unsure of anything.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2007 10:56 am 
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Thanks so much for replying, Andy.


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