Xlibris Publishingpromises, promises... lies, lies... not paid royalties...

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Xlibris published my book, 'Raymie' in 2010. I questioned family and friends about whom was buying my book and to my surprise many of them have purchased my book. I have asked Xlibris many times, where is my royalties? Today I got a letter from Content Distributions saying that I need to fill-out a W-9 for Tax purposes? They claim that they only sold 2 of my books the last 2 years? I know for sure that my book sold very well. I found on the Internet that my Book, Raymie is a Best seller and it is being translated in French! I was shocked to say the least!
Now We are hiring an Attorney to handle the case. If any one is thinking of using Xlibris to self-publish their book, DON'T DO IT!!! Your heart will be broken as mine have been.

Signed, S. E. Denegal

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    Xlibris Publishing Nov 28, 2018
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    Hello, we believe you have now been contacted by our Customer Service team, yes? If your issue has been resolved, may we ask you to please remove your complaint? Thanks.

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