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February 1998, Week 1


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"Palmer, Anne" <[log in to unmask]>
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Medical Libraries Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 4 Feb 1998 12:09:00 -0600
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Elizabeth has a good point.  Don't forget also to consider contacting
your state Attorney General's office.  The state of Missouri protects
its consumers from a legal obligation to pay for unsolicited products
received in the mail.

Anne Palmer ([log in to unmask])
Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City  MO
From: Elizabeth A Mason
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Subject: Faulkner & Gray  Fraud
Date: Tuesday, February 03, 1998 7:02PM

I called them and told them that I too only buy with a PO and I had
refused to Preview any item - 30 days or any other way.
They sent a book which they claim I ordered and I returned it to sender
so they can pay the postage.  I am sending their letter to the US
Postal Service, Deputy Chief Inspector, Criminal Investigations.
Everyone is getting their mailings and it has to stop. I resent their
attitude that I probably will pay for it or keep it over 30 days and
have to pay for it. Hopefully a lot of you will also write the US
Postal Service  at 475 L'EnfantPlaza SW, Washington, D.C. 20260-0010.
Please write a short note on your official stationary telling how you
fared with F & G.

Elizabeth A. Mason
Ismael Medical Library
San Jose, CA 95116
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