How To Cancel Harvard Business Review
Harvard Business Review, also known as HBR, is one of the leading digital and print business and management magazines published by Harvard University. It aims to improve and enhance business, management, and leadership skills relevant to various industries and management roles.
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Canceling Your Harvard Business Review Subscription Manually
To terminate your HBR subscription yourself, you can contact Customer Service in the following ways:
How To Cancel Harvard Business Review Over the Phone
HBR customer service contact details depend on your location:
- U.S./Canada: 800-274-3214
- Asia/Pacific: +612 9158 6127
- All Other Countries: +44 1858 438 412
HBR’s business hours are Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. They’re off on Saturdays and Sundays.
How To Cancel Harvard Business Review Via Email
Send an email to customer support to the following email addresses, depending on your area of residence:
How To Cancel Harvard Business Review by Letter
You can mail a letter to the administrative team to cancel your subscription:
- U.S./Canada – Harvard Business Review PO BOX 37457 Boone, IA 50037-0457
- International – Harvard Business Review, Tower House, Lathkill Street, Market Harborough LE16 9EF, UK
Here is an overview of the ways you can unsubscribe from Harvard Business Review:
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What Problems Can You Face When Trying To Cancel the Harvard Business Review Subscription?
Online forums have people raging over issues they have faced when unsubscribing from Harvard Business Review. Here is a summary:
- Harvard Business Review does not prorate cancellations. If you decide to unsubscribe mid-month, you will not be refunded the amount
- If you unsubscribe mid-year, Harvard Business Review refunds the amount based on the unused months. Some users have reported not receiving the promised amount
- Certain users have reported being refunded in a different currency. They claimed that they paid in Euros and were refunded in U.S. dollars
Does Harvard Business Review Pause Subscriptions?
Unfortunately, Harvard Business Review currently does not pause subscriptions, nor do they offer a reduced payment plan.
Does Harvard Business Review Have a Free Trial?
Harvard Business Review does not have a free trial. You have to subscribe to the magazine to access the content. However, registered users are allowed free access to 4 articles per month.
Once you do sign up, HBR will auto-renew your subscription annually until it is canceled. You will be notified when your credit card is charged.
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Looking for a Substitute for HBR?
If you’re looking for a substitute for Harvard Business Review, here are a few options:
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