First, go to your member profile and click on "Manage Newsletters." On the next page make sure that the newsletters you wanted are still checked. You may want to try unchecking them to unsubscribe, waiting a few minutes, and then re-subscribing to them...may be a glitch in the system.

Next, check your e-mail's spam/trash folder and see if the newsletters are there. (Cnet sends it out in bulk, so some providers may block it is spam.) You may need to *** Cnet's e-mail address to your address book/allow list, and create a custom filter to deliver it to your inbox or other folder, depending on preference. The e-mail address Cnet uses for the newsletters is newsletters(at]cnet[dot)online(dot]com.

Finally, make sure that the e-mail address you're checking is the one you have registered with Cnet. To verify, go to your member profile and click "Edit my account." After being prompted to log in again you'll be shown the personal information on file for you, including e-mail address. If you have changed your e-mail address in the Cnet registration database since registering, it may not have updated properly.

Let us know.
John