Newsday Caught Red Handed in Continuing Circulation Fraud
The Long Island Press surprised a Newsday employee as he was tossing undelivered Newsday ad circulars and papers dated for the following Sunday into a dumpster. As LIP photographers snapped away, the Newsday employee pleaded with the reporter, "C'mon guys, don't do this to me, please. I got kids. I got a mortgage to pay. I need to do this. This is my only source of income."
In the midst of circulation scandals, Newsday appears to be continuing its practice of overprinting and dumping to maintain circulation base.
The Long Island Press also states Newsday appears to be creating phantom credit card numbers and putting non-subscribers with delinquent accounts back on the circulation.
We think there' a new rash of nasty calls from advertisers inundating the Newsday phone lines right about now.