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Posted:    Donna Hinze

Scam billing!

Complaint Rating:  100 % with 26 votes
Contact information:
Botomline Books
2618 Brown Road
Corfu, United States
I was sent a book from Bottomline Books, which I returned months ago. I am continuously receiving bills from this company even though I have sent IN writing that the books were returned. I want to know how to get these people to stop the billing for books I do not have nor do I want. I returned the books about 2 days after they arrived, UNOPENED!! Stating on the outside return to sender unwanted. I took them to the post office and was advised to do it that way.

I realize that it is only postage that I am losing each month, but I am on a very fixed income and every penny counts in my situation. I am so tired of responding to this outfit I could scream. How many times do they have to be told I did not keep the books I do not want the books, and I want them to take care of this billing thing they are sending to me about once a month. This is unfair!

Address: 2618 Brown Road
Corfu, New York 14036
I do not have a phone, I can not afford one.
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 11th of Sep, 2008 by   Steve 0 Votes
I have received a bill and books from Bottom line books, I didnt want any books, Its a scam to get old people to buy there product when they make you believe your getting something for free. The beter business should do something about them!
 8th of Oct, 2008 by   PAUL PUGLISI 0 Votes
 22nd of Dec, 2008 by   Vernia Shavers 0 Votes
I received a book that was not ordered. The book was returned in the month of November 2008.
 14th of May, 2009 by   ausunplugged 0 Votes
I just received three books from Bottom Line Books that I did not order along with a bill of $49. I called their toll free number and they said they would send me a postage paid return packaging and that I just needed to put the books back in that packaging and put it in the mailbox. I asked them why they sent me these books. They lied and said I ordered them. I asked for details of the order and their response was "Someone with the email xxxyyyy@gmail.com ordered these books".I told them that this is clearly a scam and did they know that it is all over the internet. They said they were aware that people think this is a scam and had no concern about it. She got very aggressive with me at this point. I then asked how can I be sure you will never send me books again. She said, "Oh OK then I will take your name off our list". In other words if I had not said that, I was now somehow in their system and they weren't going away.

Be very careful with this company. They are a well organized scam that is very aggressive.
 24th of Nov, 2009 by   Paul de la Llama 0 Votes
recvd unsolicited books
 14th of Feb, 2010 by   dragonlady3 0 Votes
notice of intent for book that was not delivered$47.94

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