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Re: Fraud from a bookbinder?



Don't know how it would work in cases like this, but on many such deals one way
to ensure that you don't lose the whole thing, if they won't send COD is to send
a down-payment with the balance on delivery.  If the company is unwilling to deal
thusly I'd avoid them.
Charles Schermerhorn

Aimee Kligman wrote:

> Strictly from a business standpoint, you should seek help from small claims
> court ($2000 and under).  If you have paid up front for services never
> rendered, and you can prove that this money was cashed by the other party,
> and there is some sort of "binding contract" between the two of you, you have
> a good chance of recouping your money.
>
> There is no nice way to deal with scams...it sounds like one of those to me.
>
> Aimee Kligman
> Victoria Paper Co., Inc.
> victorpap@aol.com
>
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