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  • (800) 477-4679

Customer Service:

  • (800) 477-4679
  • (202) 334-6100

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1301 K Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20071
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Shipping and Delivery Question:

  • “Make sure I get the paper.”
  • “Second time in two week I was deliverer just the Art and Style section”
  • “I did not get my paper.”

Activation/ Cancellation Question:

  • “Cancel online subscription”
  • “Renewal info”
  • “Cancellations”

Payments and Charges Question:

  • “Billing”
  • “Subscription payment”
  • “Refute charge”

Product/ Service Question:

  • “Subscription”
  • “I'd like to contact Monica Burton, she wrote a story on chef Mike Isabella I was currently working with him at a restaurant opening in Sarasota Florida and I have a story to tell.”
  • “New phone cant connect to app”

Request for Information Question:

  • “How to contact my carrier”
  • “Check status of check for cancellation”
  • “Subscription question”

Account Question:

  • “I still have to sign in everytime! I am pissed.”
  • “Received notice of problem with ny account”
  • “My iPhone, Instagram, and Google account have been hacked”

Return/ Replace Question:

  • “TemporaryChange address”
  • “Change address”

Cards Question:

  • “Change credit card number”
  • “Need to change my credit card number”

Staff Question:

  • “Horrible servicer”
  • “Suspend service”
  • “Talk to customer service”

Refund Question:

  • “I paid $29. For subscription; friend paid $100. for subscription for me . Please send refund of $100. since I am periodically blocked from reading and I am tired of it. I will stick with the Times.”

Other Question:

  • “No paper”
  • “Problems with digital subscription”
  • “No paper today”


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The Washington Post Pros and Cons

Pros: Good articles, Paper content very good, Plus plus plus, No pros, I love all the articles

Cons: Poor customer service, Uniterested, Problem is not being solved, Nothing to mention, Fake news fake polls


The Washington Post is a daily newspaper. It was founded by Stilson Hutchins in December 1877. The headquarters is based in Washington, D.C., USA. The newspaper daily editions are published for Virginia, Maryland, and District of Columbia. It usually contains photos in color, and in black and white. Nash Holdings LLC is the owner of The Washington Post. The newspaper mainly specializes in articles about national politics including the reporting on the White House workings. The printings contain the following sections: main section with international news, metro section with local news, sports, and classified advertising. The Washington Post has bureaus in London, New Delhi, Paris, and Mexico City.

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