Alliance Publishing Review

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This is an archive of a consumer complaint published against Alliance Publishing at Scamity.com on 15-Nov-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 15-Nov-14 says, verbatim –

Re Infinity and Alliance, I got the letter as well and decided to check it out. Especially move down to #10 on the link which explains it all. http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=606763 | After reading the site above, I read another site where surprisingly, a neighbor had gone with them and included was his e-mail address and phone number. I decided to find out his experience with them since to me, it was quite obviously a scam. He told me that he sent $2500.00 to them to mail 2,000 letters, with a guarantee he would get 3% replies or more in 60 days. When the 60 days were up he had received 33, so they still owed him 27 signups. He e-mailed, called and sent a letter, but couldn't get an answer, so he told his 33 respondents that in his opinion, they were not standing behind their guarantees and not to spend any more money with them. Most of them had bad luck with Infinity and Alliance too and he agreed that he was lucky that he made $800.00 with them and didn't lose anything. In the meantime, he got a letter from Grace Beaman and called and talked to her. He joined her "Wealth for Life" program and advised the 33 people they would be better off going with her. . | Grace Beaman's program, although similar, is not affiliated with Alliance, and so far, he has received $5900.00 from signups and $2800 from "Residual" levels that he said 50% of his sign-ups have also joined. I also have communicated with her and decided to join as well. I am a retired Airline employee who has been all over the world, and free companion air fare alone, and free hotels on 2 Hawaiian Islands, plus Cancun and Bahamas Cruise and other discounts are worth it, which I have already received by priority mail. Even though I am not interested in travel, I can give them to family members or friends who are. I have been scammed before so it wouldn't be the first time, but I decided to take the chance since my neighbor has already received his investment back and then some. Her plan has worked for him along with his other sign-ups, and it should work for everyone, if people who haven't tried it would stop knocking it. | M.S. from TX

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