The allegations by O'Gealach come at a bad time for lulu who are about tolaunch the European subsidiary of their operation in the coming monthe and are currently running a test website to facilitate it.O'Gealach claims to have ordered a 15 copies of a recent publication on 21st July and having not received the order contacted lulu a number of times to be met with varying excuses. Finally early Monday they finally admitted his books were not going to arrive and informed him that they were sending out a repeat order and had refunded his credit card account for his first order. However lulu then billed him for this second order at almost double the cost of the original order.
"This is just another example of corporate greed"said O'Gealach, who works in one of Dublin, Irelands homeless projects."These people are just stealing my money, and think that because they are a corporation and I am a sole person that I have no comeback, I call on the authorities in the U.S to investigate this theft of my money".
It will be interesting to see how both the U.S authorities and Lulu deal with these allegations.