Electronics for you magazine delivery

Usually Electronics for You magazine is mailed by the publisher in the first week of the month to the subscribers of the magazine and is usually delivered to them befor the fifteenth of the month in most parts of India.

However in december 2015, till 18 december 2015, no copy of the magazine was delivered to a single woman engineer who has been defamed without proof, cheated, exploited and tortured by CBI, NTRO, R&AW,other security and intelligence agency officials for more than 5 years . There either appears to be a postal delay or someone may have diverted, stolen the copy of the magazine, usually the local intelligence or security agency officials involved in a major impersonation fraud on the engineer.

If any other subscribers of the magazine are facing a similar problem,especially those with a Paypal account please revert or share your experience

Courier details not available on website

Though some sellers provide a courier reference number to their customers, the details of the item are not easily available on the website.
It appears that the items are actually received by the courier company some time after the reference number has been generated, as no information can be obtained from the courier website.
The courier company should specify or send an alert that the item has been despatched for delivery so that the recipient can arrange to be present then, as they may have a busy schedule or work elsewhere

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Despite using a courier, magazine copies are not delivered

It appears that delivery of magazines is a major problem in small towns like Panaji, though the magazine may hire the services of a courier company, The magazine will usually pay a premium to the courier company compared to postal services, yet the delivery record will be worse. For example a domain investor had subscribed to Femina for checking the ads for content and reference. Initially the courier service would at least leave an intimation for the domain investor so that she could collect the copy from the courier company office, if she was not at home.
After some time, the courier company did not even leave an intimation that they had tried to deliver the magazine. Fortunately the Times of India office was in close proximity, so the domain investor could collect the missing copies of Femina from the office. It was extremely inconvenient both for the domain investor and the Times of India staff (who are very helpful) to remove the copies of the magazine and give them to the subscriber personally.
So though people in small towns want to subscribe to magazines, the rampant delivery problems make it a waste of time and money to subscribe to any magazine