Alliance Publishing Review

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This is an archive of a consumer complaint published against Alliance Publishing at Scamity.com on 13-Dec-14.

 

Business Details –

  • Name: Alliance Publishing
  • Address: 3011 West 183rd Street,#342
  • City: Homewood
  • State: Benin
  • Country: United States
  • Phone: 708-216-9722
  • Website:

 

Original Complaint against Alliance Publishing published at Scamity.com on 13-Dec-14 says, verbatim –

I got this beautiful color brochure in the mail with a work at home opportunity, so I Googled the name of the company to find out more about it, and it brought me to this page and another one that claimed to be a review that was an advertisement for a Wealth Affiliate program. run by someone only known as "Gary." | From what I gather from Gary, with his program you have to | 1. Find a "mark" such as a poor Polish imjmigrant widow who is trying to make an honest living selling a health food supplement made of herbs. and who is inviting people to invest in her mailing program. Distributors get a fee for every client their mailing brings in. Gary laughs at this because he has not product to sell. | 2. Find a catchy title for your page like his colloquial and unprofessional "How Come Yer Ain't Rch Yet?" Instread of proper English. That will set the tone for your free web page from Gary. Maybe you could come up with something catchy like "How Come Y'All Are So Stupid?" | 3. Piggy back your internet marketing program onto your mark's advertising system by writing a web page claiming that it is a scam — even though you have not tried it and you have not been scammed. This will get you into the SEOs (search engines). | 4. Write a lengthy bunch of libelous lies about your "mark" peppered liberally with half-truths, and distractions. | 5. Ignore the fact that when you have put this individual out of business by your lies about their company, the brochures will stop and no-one will Google it and find your site. | 6. Write testimonials to yourself at the end of your article, like "Thank you, Gary! I was nearly scammed!" | 7. Make the positive points about this person's business sound like they are negative. "Mail order businesses only get a 1-3% response rate" That is what you want! 1% and you get your investment back, and 3% means that you triple your money! | 8. List the addresses of everyone in America with the same name as the "mark" and claim that they keep moving! | Seriously, do you want to learn Internet Marketing from someone who presents as so despicable?

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