Seeger Weiss Investigates Claims that PublishAmerica Scammed Authors

June 19, 2012

Seeger Weiss, LLP is investigating claims for a class action suit against PublishAmerica, a Maryland-based print-on-demand publishing company that has “published 60,000 books written by 45,000 authors.” The publisher maintains that it is a “traditional, royalty paying publisher.” Authors submit their works, and the company claims that they “produce and publish a book at zero cost to the author, period.” Yet authors inevitably end up paying for PublishAmerica’s services, which are not fully performed. Furthermore, the publisher misrepresents both its ability to promote authors’ works and its relationships with larger publishers and celebrities, such as renowned “Harry Potter” author, J.K. Rowling.

PublishAmerica received an “F” grade from the Better Business Bureau. The prominent advocacy group cites 267 complaints filed against the publisher, including numerous unanswered grievances. 

We want to ensure that PublishAmerica is held accountable for its alleged misrepresentation of its publishing services. If you feel you have been deceived by PublishAmerica’s callous business practices, Seeger Weiss would like to learn more about your situation as we investigate claims for a class action suit.

Seeger Weiss is a leader in consumer class action lawsuits. With experienced attorneys and locations throughout the United States, our firm provides world-class service to our clients. We treat each case with careful attention to ensure that consumers get the justice they deserve. All initial attorney consultations are free of charge. Seeger Weiss, LLP has office locations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and California.


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