Sadly, Please Beware
Recently we have been made aware that a company is fraudulently selling subscriptions to our Woodworker’s Journal print magazine. They are based out of Colorado, are not an authorized agent and, as far as we know, they are taking people’s money without signing them up for a subscription. In other words, they are a scam.
Sadly, scams like this are a fact of life right now.
Our renewal notices for our print magazine come from an Iowa address. Anything other than that is not from Woodworker’s Journal. If you have any questions, you can always look at the “Subscription Customer Service” information on our Contact Us page. It has a phone number and an email address to get information quickly.
I am sorry that this sort of message is needed, but we are trying to get the word out quickly to avoid other people being taken advantage of.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
P.S. One more warning. Online woodworking plans offers from “Ted’s Woodworking” and “16,000 Plans” are also not to be trusted.
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Other readers — not just Rob — share their stories of cleaning the shop with a leaf blower.