From gslawny.com: Investigation of Author Solutions’ Deceptive Practices

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By Index Admin March 4, 2013 15:11

From gslawny.com: Investigation of Author Solutions’ Deceptive Practices

Giskan Solotaroff Anderson & Stewart LLP is currently investigating the practices of Author Solutions and all of its brands (AuthorHouse, iUniverse, Trafford, Xlibris, Inkubook, and Wordclay). Authors using Author Solutions have complained of deceptive practices, including enticing authors to purchase promotional services that are not provided or are worthless, failing to pay royalties, and spamming authors and publishing blogs/sites with promotional material.

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By Index Admin March 4, 2013 15:11
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  1. Pat frayne March 5, 17:47

    I paid Author-house quite a sum of money for marketing that didn’t result in the sale of one of my books, but of course I have no way of proving that’s the reason my books didn’t sell. I can tell you that I did quite a bit of marketing on my own that did result in the sale of a few books.
    What I found grossly unfair was that AH was selling my books on Amazon for $10.99 a copy. The most I ever received for the sale of one book was $.90.
    Yet to purchase my own books (for signings) from AH, I paid $7.50 per copy. I had to purchase 200 books at one time in order to receive that low bargain rate. Good luck to you with the investigation. I have recently cut all ties with AH and it was quite a process.

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