Consumer Reports is a magazine that provides unbiased reviews and comparisons. The magazine was first published in January 1936. The magazine currently has over three million subscribers. The magazine does not accept advertising from businesses directly. The magazine solely focuses on providing unbiased reviews on products and services. The company pays for the products and services and the testing of them. There is an in-house testing lab and survey research company used to do the testing on the products. Consumer Reports is a non-profit organization and the goal of the company is product testing, research, public education, and advocacy. The Editor-in-Chief is Diane Salvatore. Partnering companies include Amazon, Yahoo, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, BillShrink, and Decide.com. Consumer Reports provide business grants to various U.S. businesses and organizations.
With a Consumer Reports membership, you will have access to the reviews, ratings, and exclusive tools such as Car recall Tracker and TV Screen Optimizer. You will also be invited to participate in various consumer surveys about ratings, tips on health, food, cars, technology, and money. You will also have the chance to interact with other members. You can chat online with a specialist to get one-on-one advice. The digital plan is available for $7.95 per month and it includes unlimited digital access plus access to mobile apps. The digital plan is available annually for $35. The All-Access Plan is $55 per year and includes the same features as the digital plan, plus Ask CR, which is the opportunity to chat with a Consumer Reports specialist.
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