Why We Sell So CHEAP

     We make magazine subscriptions available to inmates of correctional facilities at the lowest possible cost! Why? Well, we know what finances are like for inmates.

     You see, a key employee of our company was recently released after spending six years in a state prison. As an inmate he worked a prison job that would pay $8.00 an hour, or more, on the street, yet he was paid only forty cents an hour! That means he worked 20 hours to pay for what one hour of work on the street would buy.

     We understand that inmates enjoy receiving magazines. But we figured out that for an inmate to order a subscription to a magazine like “MEN’S FITNESS” or “MEN’S JOURNAL” for example – which both sell normally for $15.00 to $20.00 a year – he would have to work about 38 hours in prison to pay for it. That would be like someone on the street who earns $8.00 an hour, paying $300.00 for the same subscription!

     So, as a service to inmates everywhere, we’ve created a special selection list where inmates can order magazine subscriptions at the lowest cost possible! A subscription to “MEN’S FITNESS” or “MEN’S JOURNAL,” for example, is available to inmates through our company for only $4.95! That’s not for each issue, but $4.95 is your cost for 12 issues – a whole year’s subscription! Not all of our discounts are that large, but they’re all at the lowest rate we can offer you.


Inmate Subscription Challenges & Concerns

     Unfortunately, it’s a sad fact in the publishing industry that magazines sent to inmates of correctional facilities frequently get lost somewhere between the publisher and your cell. However, if you notify the publisher when this happens they will often extend your subscription to make up for the missing issues.

     But even if they don’t, you might consider that our special low inmate rate makes up for any issues that may fail to arrive.


* * *  N-O-T-I-C-E  * * *

     Our subscription service is a “bare-bones” service. Our responsibility is to process your subscription for the publisher and make sure the first issue arrives. Offering magazines at the lowest cost possible leaves no money available to pay someone in our office to service your account after you’ve received the first issue. For address changes, missing issues, or other service problems you will need to deal directly with the publisher.

* *  NO REFUNDS  * *

     Please BE SURE that the magazines you order are allowed in your facility, before you order them.

     Please BE SURE that the magazines you order are the ones you really want, before you order them.

Once you order the magazines . . .

CANNOT MAKE REFUNDS or SUBSTITUTIONS

. . . even if the prison rejects your issues.

Once you've bought the magazines, they're yours!

After your first issues arrive, if you miss any issues or want to change your address, you must contact the publisher directly at the address inside their magazine.


Commonly Asked Questions Regarding Inmates

Testimonials:

Dear AMS: I want to say thanks for helping us survive in this place. The magazines make us leave from this world and take us back to the outside world for a while. Mostly all my friends in here is ordering from y'all and they like your catalog.

Jose G. - Tenn. Colony, TX


I received your notice of the price increase for my magazine. Thank you so much for processing my order. I will be ordering some more magazines soon. I look forward to continuous business relationship with your company.

Jose R. - Amarillo, TX


Dear A.M.S. I want to thank your staff for the extra mile they went to get my subscription problems fixed. Besides a heck-of-a-deal with your low prices, you went above & beyond your duty to ensure my satisfaction. It's people like your staff that makes a good company a GREAT one.

Juan G. - Beaumont, TX


Dear AMS: I just want to say thanks for helping us survive in this place. The magazines make us leave from this world and take us back to the outside world for a while. Mostly all my friends in here is ordering from y'all and they like your catalog.

Jose G. - Tenn Colony, TX