Fraud Alert Regarding The Atlantic

Dear Subscriber,

As we noted in the September 2013 issue of the magazine, it has come to our attention that some of our subscribers have received phone calls from people posing as staff members of The Atlantic seeking subscribers' billing information.

These individuals are not employed by The Atlantic and were not authorized to call subscribers on the magazine's behalf. The Atlantic does not request subscribers' billing information over the phone. If you receive such a phone call, please use ordinary caution and do not provide financial information in response.

We take financial security very seriously and do not have reason to believe any sensitive personal information has been exposed. If you suspect that you have received a fraudulent telephone call or subscription notice regarding your Atlantic subscription, please email 

TheAtlantic@emailcustomerservice.com to report the incident and confirm your subscription status with Subscriber Services.

Sincerely,

David Bergeman
David Bergeman
Consumer Marketing Director, The Atlantic

David Bergeman

David Bergman is The Atlantic's consumer-marketing director.

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