Pacific Magazine Billing Review

My 82 year old mother has been getting invoices requesting payment for People magazine. Since she does receive People magazine, she would just right a check and mail it in. I have recently started taking over her finances to find that she has paid over $800.00 for People magazine in the last two years. The invoices have multiple accounts under her name. This is so sad how they pray on the elderly. Any advice on how to get her money back?

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