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Fraudulent Billing Ripping People Off
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Rating: 2/51
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.
Resolution Update 02/15/2012:
FC&A cancelled the billing and removed me from their mailing list, very nicely.
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Alain on 02/15/2012:
Let us know how they respond, Starlord. I'm also guessing you won't be ordering from them in the future?
Starlord on 02/15/2012:
I am not sure at the moment, Alain. I just got a very nice email from the lady in Customer Service, informing me they have canelled the billing and removed my name from the mailing list. They do occasionally have books that touch on a subject I am interested in, so I may do business with them in the future, but not right now. Thank you.
Old Timer on 02/15/2012:
Happy to hear it got worked out. Something screwy probably took place, they know it and backed off.
Mike on 11/26/2012:
I just received a bill for 22.96 for a book I never ordered or received. After calling the 800 number (which is nowhere to be found on the bill), they courteously stated they would "take care of it". Do I think they might "mistakenly" send bills to previous customers who have not received the product, anticipating that some of this will probably just send the money? Makes you wonder.
James on 05/09/2013:
This is a fraudulent company. They are scam artists. Period. We just received a book in the mail that we never ordered, either. I will call the 800 number and file a complaint for mail fraud with the U.S. Postal Service as well.
Beverly on 06/17/2013:
I also received a book, addressed to my mother who has been deceased since 2004, and am now receiving bills demanding payment. I am turning it over to the US Postal Inspectors since it is illegal to bill someone for merchandise they never ordered. Since my mother certainly never ordered this, and she never even lived at this address, this is clearly a scam.
Eric on 07/22/2013:
I would like to know how everyone has been able to obtain their 800 phone number.
Steve on 07/28/2013:
I just received one of their letters in the mail today offering me a new book they have out about help for seniiors with high technology items(cell phones
Challie on 07/29/2013:
This company sickens me. On February 12, 2012, I had my mother's name removed from their mailing list and requested it not be shared with any third parties or sold. She had already received books and owed them money. So, today over a year later, a book arrives from them that my mother did not order.
con on 08/05/2013:
I got some thing in the mail, I did not open it because I did not order any thing. I got a bill I tried calling them to tell them this but I was put on hold for 15 minutes on 3 different lines, I went to the web page and I got this, I thought it was a rip off, and know I know it is a rip off. I was trying to be nice and tell them, I did not order from them, they don't answer the phone.
John Kretser on 09/16/2013:
I have similar experiences to those written above and also found on another blog, "Sunshine For Seniors". The FC and A tactic is to send a book without permission and to follow up with billings and an ungodly admonishment that is a perversion of Bible scripture, Philippians 1:6 (NKJV) - "being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ
Concerned in Florida on 09/30/2013:
At my home in FL I received a bill regarding my mother-in-law, (who lived in another state), from these people at F C and A Publishing,...stating that she recently ordered a book from them, but has not paid for it. Thing is...she passed away nearly four years ago. Called their 800 number. They went into how she had recently ordered a book but has yet to pay for it. Then I informed them that it would be unlikely because she has been deceased since 2010...then, they apologized, corrected their records and said there must have been a computer glitch... Glitch?..maybe / maybe not. But it always gives me pause when I hear about companies supposedly conducting business with elderly people that have been deceased for nearly four years....makes you wonder.
Anne Wendlandt on 10/17/2013:
I also received a book I DID not order. Billing me close to 40 dollars. With some cook book. I live in senior Living , not cooked for 25 years. Ripping off seniors!
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Dale Perkins on 12/12/2013:
Please stop sending mailings to home at 7815 E. 99th Street, K.C., MO 64134
Efrain Morales on 01/07/2014:
Well, it seems that their modus operandis is the same in all cases. So, I am not the exception. I have contacted them and a nice! lady told me that she was going to put me out of the mailing list and that she will cancel the bill. I have returned the book I did not ordered. But the bills, they keep coming. I will not paid for book I did not order, specially when I have returned it.
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I'm Being Charged More for the Book Than the Offer Stated
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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.
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Tenner on 09/22/2014:
I recieved a book from FCA I decided I didn't want it so I never open it I just sent it back unopened I took it to the post office they accepted it now I'm recieveing a notice that I own about $40.00, I don't have the book in my procession that's been about a month ago or more.
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I received a book I did not ordered - I returned it but they keep billing me.
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Rating: 1/51
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.
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