I sent a letter to a Mr. I wish there were a class action suit against this company. Clearly not answering the question of when it will resume. I just sent back the latest book with the same message posted. After telling her again that my issues was when it will start, she finally said November 1st, For more information about reviews on ConsumerAffairs.
It was obvious to me that my question was not understood or that the representative was not listening. By reading the complaints on BBB and this website I do not think it is going to get resolved easily.
Do not ever have anything to do with these people! I spoke with a customer service representative who proceeded to tell me that issues previously had been sent and payment was not received and deliveries had stopped and subscription would end July At this point, I am just about ready to fly there and make my demands in person.
Since then she has received a bill for the book which was sent back and never opened. Postal Clerk gave me a receipt.
She received a Bottom Line book which she never ordered. I have on several occasions sent them back with a "return to sender and remove me from your mailing list".
That has been ignored as well. She expressed frustration and said she told me why delivery had not started and when it would end. So I took the book back to the Post Office and asked for a receipt that I was returning the book.
Then magazines starting arriving. We use intelligent software that helps us maintain the integrity of reviews.
I downloaded the complaint form for the Attorney Generals Office on their website. All of you that have had dealings and complaints with Bottom Line Books might try this approach. I think they prey on older people and what they are doing should be illegal.
I was polite but real firm in my letter. It has never be received. Then I went into action. Good luck to anyone receiving from them and "please" do not hesitate to report them to the Better Business Bureau.
I have now received another invoice threatening to report my lack of payment to the credit bureaus. A call said I would receive a free return label.Kirkus Reviews magazine gives industry professionals a sneak peek at the most notable books being published weeks before they’re released.
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THE BOTTOMS by Joe R. Lansdale is one of those miracles of writing that had such an affect, and what troubles me is that only a small audience of people is actually aware of this book. I hope my review will help alleviate this to a certain degree/5(32).
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