AuthorHouse Publishing -- An American Firm
Complaint 12971 Details

  • Date Occurred: 11/20/2007
  • Reported Damages: $5,000.00
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I had my first autobiography published at author house in 2007 an over the next 2 years i had my 2nd part of life's story and my first fiction novel published at the same company. Titles of books are as follows It's a hard life, Life's harder than ever By John Reeson and my first fiction At Deaths Door Book One The Porthole under my pen name Randy Field. I signed up for the Borders package later found out they went bankrupt had no apology from anyone. Received one Royalty cheque in 2years years, Found my books on amazon website like they said but there not selling at my price where i would receive £1.60 for each book and there not selling in the country there selling in america at $30.00 which i did not permit to. They still keep ringing now trying to get me to publish more books with them or to order more books. They rang 2 weeks ago to say that i still owe them money when they know for a fact i have already paid anything there trying to scam more money out of me

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  • Complaint Against AuthorHouse Publishing -- An American Firm
  • Complaints Filed: 5
  • Reported Damages: $11,675.00
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