Magazine returns rejected after issue was recalled

The Summer edition of IMAGE magazine was recalled on 11 August and claims for unsold crediting were “closed” 10 days later

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The Summer edition of IMAGE magazine (delivered 16 June, RRP €5.99) was recalled on 11 August and claims for unsold crediting were “closed” at the direction of the publishers by its distributor, Newspread, 10 days later on the 21 August. The Autumn edition arrived on 1 September.

The Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association (CSNA) has noted that a number of retailers returned their unsold copies of the Summer edition in the days subsequent to the new edition arriving. However, those unsold copies were rejected as ‘Returned too late’. A rejection means the retailer has lost the cost price of the title, which in this instance is €4.13 per copy.

In a statement, the CSNA said: “It’s very possible during the summer period that casual, part time workers are engaged to give holiday relief; if this is the case, it’s really important that they are adequately trained, and their output monitored.

“Make sure that your news and magazine staff view our CSNA training videos which you can access as follows:  CSNA website–Home Page –Menu Bar –Services–CSNA Training Videos.”

 

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