NMX*Franklin Prosperity — Why Is This on My Credit Card?

Monday, 28 Jul 2014 11:19 PM

By Christian Hill

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Why is NMX*Franklin Prosperity showing up on my credit card statement?

If your credit card statement reflects a recent charge from NMX* Franklin Prosperity, it signifies that you have recently signed up to receive the financial newsletter The Franklin Prosperity Report published by Moneynews.

In the past few months, over 30,000 Americans have requested the special report “Free Stuff and Great Bargain Adventures for People Over 50,” which included the trial subscription to NMX*Franklin Prosperity.

• What is NMX*Franklin Prosperity?

The Franklin Prosperity Report is dedicated to helping its readers save money each month with creative ways to cut your costs on groceries, insurance, travel, and everyday expenses so you can save more and spend less this year. Named after one of our Founding Fathers, Benjamin Franklin, the newsletter follows Franklin's centuries-old wisdom and his principles of building wealth. After all, it was Franklin who said "A Penny Saved Is a Penny Earned," and it is the motto we have adopted for the newsletter.

• Why don’t I recall ordering NMX*Franklin Prosperity?

It is possible that you signed up for a trial subscription for The Franklin Prosperity Report without recalling it was part of your purchase from Moneynews, such as the special report “Free Stuff and Great Bargain Adventures for People Over 50” or the book How to Pay Zero Taxes.

• How can I cancel NMX*Franklin Prosperity?

We understand that NMX* Franklin Prosperity is not for everyone, so Moneynews has made it easy for trial subscribers to cancel their subscription if they choose not to receive it in two ways:

Visit the Moneynews customer service website for NMX* Franklin Prosperity by visiting http://www.moneynews.com/contact/customerservice/.

Or contact Franklin Prosperity Report by calling 1-(800) 485-4350. The customer service is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. M-F Eastern Time.

Related:

NMX*Ultimate Wealth – Frequently Asked Questions
NMX*Gold Stock Adviser — Frequently Asked Questions
NMX*High Income Factor — Frequently Asked Questions

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