I received a bill from FC&A Publishing for a book they claim I purchased, demanding payment of almost $40. I have ordered books from FC&A in the past, when we lived in Arizona. That was over three years ago, however. Given our current financial status, the last thing we are going to be doing is ordering books. FC&A puts out a number of books on various subjects ranging from how to improve your heart health to tip on filing income taxes, and I might have been interested in a book on special offers and deals for seniors if we could afford it. Unfortunately, this has been a bad three months. There is no such book in our house or in our property at our son's house. If I had ordered this book, I would pay for it no matter how much of a strain it would be, but I did not order this book. I sent FC&A email, stating what I have stated here.
FC&A cancelled the billing and removed me from their mailing list, very nicely.
PEACHTREE CITY, ARIZONA -- I received a bill for a book I did not received at that moment. I call FC&A and they agreed to get me out of the mailing list and to cancel the supposed order.
One week after that I did received the book, which I returned. But the bills keep coming.
Later I have learned, that there are others with the same issue, specially older people .... which makes me not to trust FC&A. I really do not want to do any business with them.
PEACHTREECITY, TENNESSEE -- I have asked by letter for them to stop sending me their book offers and they will not stop!!!! I started marking there envelopes return to sender and they keep sending more.
In the past I have purchased, I believe two books and did not find them to be helpful. I am just not interested anymore and want them to stop.
How can I make them stop?
INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA -- I was offered the book "your body can heal itself" and I'm being billed more than what they initially offered me to pay....the books are a lot less than they are charging me online I found out, and plus I also discovered that the same book is on Amazon for a fraction of what they want me to pay.