Tate Publishing Complaints, Reviews, Scam and Fraud Reports
Last Updated On: May 29, 2014
Tate Publishing Ratings and Reports
Consumer Loss ReportsReported Losses: $15,200.00
Average Reported Losses: $5,066.67
Customer RatingsAverage Rating: 2.33 out of 5
Based On: 3 Reviews
Number Of Comments: 16
Latest Tate Publishing Complaint
Tate Publishing is aces!
I have read a number of the complaints that have been posted on the internet over the years involving Tate Publishing and they hardly represent the experience I have had with them. I am a retired attorney and have been spending a lot of my time researching and writing on historical events. My first effort was turned down by a number of academic publishers because they did not want to take on a new, unproven author. I accepted that and moved on to research the publishing industry further, contacted Tate and entered into a contract in 2012.
As of now (April 2013), my manuscript has been with them for a few months and is in the editing phase. There are additional steps that need to be taken and I am not expecting to see anything for the public for several more months. It has been a long process so far, but one I expected in light of what it takes to get a credible product out onto the marketplace. These things are not whipped out over night and anyone who thinks otherwise needs to do their research and consider more fully what it is they are doing, their own abilities, and question if they have realistic expectations of the process. I have never run into any problems in the year that I have been with Tate, finding that all of my e-mails and phone calls are quickly and fully answered. In fact, I have enjoyed the process so much that I recently signed a second contract with them for my next book.
I am sorry to hear that there are others that have had problems with Tate, but I can only wonder if is because they have charged ahead too quickly without fully thinking about what it is they were doing. Writing a book is a difficult thing and if a writer wants instant gratification, then publish it yourself. If you want a team to work with you, then I highly recommend Tate Publishing.
Older Reviews About Tate Publishing
Review #1: To date they still have not shown me any services done to my work
Complaint Filed By: B.A.
On: March 7, 2013
Rating: 1 out of 5
Reported Losses of $3,200.00
I signed a contract last fall of 2012 after their sales person told me they could easily sell 10,000 copies...
Review #2: Shattered Dreams
Complaint Filed By: Rosalyn Zografos
On: January 31, 2013
Rating: 1 out of 5
Reported Losses of $12,000.00
Tates Promises to invest $27,000 in the authors they print their books. They ask for $3990.00 for a start up...
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