Createspace has been getting some complaints about a certain scam publisher, it seems. And it looks like they’re frustrated that they can’t do more to help the authors that have written asking for help.
In reply to a question I asked recently, a helpful soul at Createspace offered me a little free advice on the side.
If you can prove that Tabetha doesn’t hold the rights to your work (any more), you can get all the information you want, and she can’t hide behind the fact that authors aren’t included on the her Createspace account.
Think about that.
If you’ve left Tabetha and she doesn’t hold the rights to your book anymore, you can ask them anything you want. Just be sure to mention that she no longer holds the rights.
And, if you’re an author that’s still signed to her bogus company, consider this. The company isn’t legally registered with the city, county, state or IRS, so it doesn’t exist. Period. That means that your contract doesn’t exist. That means that even if she’s got you convinced otherwise, she does not hold the rights to your books right now. She never did. All you have to do is notify Createspace that Tabetha doesn’t hold the rights to your book, and you can find out any information about your book that you want.
Have fun, kids.