So I have an account on fictionpress.com (here's the profile), and I haven't made any 'real' money off any story I've written... mostly because I consider what I do to be a hobby still. I log on to my email account to discover a PM from the website. Someone tells me that someone has plagiarized my story "The Charity Case" and gives me this Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1490532684/?tag=postedlinks04-20 . Which when I click on it, (and click to preview the story), it's actually my story. And my name isn't Jessica Beckwith, it's Jeff Chambers. But that's kind of the issue. I don't attach my real name to the story or my profile on that website. My email is attached to the story... which is a recognizable variation of my first and last name, but that's not public. I have the story in a folder as well and I imagine there is some kind of "Date modified" tag on it. So none of the evidence to link that story with my name is slam dunk other than the fact that I'm probably the only one that can log onto that fictionpress account, but I imagine if there was a lawsuit filed they could figure out based on all of the circumstancial stuff that it was me who wrote it. Can anyone give me advice on what steps I need to take to deal with this? I'm not necessarily poor, but at the same time realize that spending more than 200-300 dollars in court costs/lawyers is probably not worth it other than it being an issue of principle. Thanks in advance. Edit: I see, they changed the names of the characters a bit too. Otherwise it's exactly the same word for word.