Not sure if this was a genuine cold phone call from the "Readers Digest" magazine phoning up old customers to try and persuade them to take out a subsription to the magainze. I used to subscribe, but cancelled some years back. 'Readers Digest' also had a nasty habit of sending out books etc that had not been ordered by customers, then demanding payments. A very sexy sounding Liverpudlian accented lady cold called me this morning just after 9 AM and asked me if I would like to take out a new subsription for the magazine. She told me that the magazine has been revamped, and a new Editor-in-Chief has been engaged, who used to work for the BBC 'Radio Times' magazine, to try and iron out all those difficulties of the past!! She also said that the 'Readers Digest' has been relocated 'back in the UK'. Well they do have accomodation address in the Isle of Man, and a depot somewhere in England. I'm just wondering if this is all genuine, or a scam to try and get folks to part with Bank or Credit card details to 'buy' a subscription to the magazine. There have been numerous complains around the "Readers Digest" in various English speaking countries for years, along with bogus and scam competitions etc. Has anyone received a a phone call out of the blue who used to subscribe to the "Readers Digest?"