• Report: #197701

Complaint Review: Alliance Acquisitions Associates

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  • Submitted: Thu, June 22, 2006
  • Updated: Sat, July 08, 2006

  • Reported By:Carbondale Kansas
Alliance Acquisitions Associates
Marietta,, Georgia U.S.A.

Alliance Acquisitions Associates ripoff Marietta, Georgia

*Consumer Suggestion: BBB in Atlanta is BAD

*Consumer Suggestion: COMMUNICATIONS

*Consumer Suggestion: COMMUNICATIONS

*Consumer Suggestion: COMMUNICATIONS

*Consumer Suggestion: COMMUNICATIONS

*Author of original report: Getting revenge

*Consumer Suggestion: Still Advertising that they're members of BBB

*Consumer Suggestion: Still Advertising that they're members of BBB

*Consumer Suggestion: Still Advertising that they're members of BBB

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It is with a heavy heart and a sinking feeling that I am not going to get my money back from these crooks after reading about the others that have also been ripped off. Can someone please tell me how to join the class action suit? Thanks.

Teresa
Carbondale, Kansas
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

BBB in Atlanta is BAD

AUTHOR: Fred - (U.S.A.)

It seems that the BBB is still issuing "A good boy report" for AA, while ignoring filed complaints. Randy must have alot of cousins! Everyone should bombard the Georgia Attorney General, the BBB,and media with letters of complaints. (((ROR REDACTED E-MAIL ADDRESS FOR SECURITY PURPOSES)))sure would furnish the appropiate contact information to those interested in pursuing the shut down of AA. There are too many victims out there that need to get their money refunded. Or at the least get revenge.


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#2 Consumer Suggestion

COMMUNICATIONS

AUTHOR: Fred - (U.S.A.)

Perhaps someone should create and post a web site exclusive for The Great Alliance Acquisitions Rip-off. Then the legitimate victims would have one source of contact. The enemy contact endeavors could be screened.
Communications and organization are essential now.
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

COMMUNICATIONS

AUTHOR: Fred - (U.S.A.)

Perhaps someone should create and post a web site exclusive for The Great Alliance Acquisitions Rip-off. Then the legitimate victims would have one source of contact. The enemy contact endeavors could be screened.
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

COMMUNICATIONS

AUTHOR: Fred - (U.S.A.)

Perhaps someone should create and post a web site exclusive for The Great Alliance Acquisitions Rip-off. Then the legitimate victims would have one source of contact. The enemy contact endeavors could be screened.
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#5 Consumer Suggestion

COMMUNICATIONS

AUTHOR: Fred - (U.S.A.)

Perhaps someone should create and post a web site exclusive for The Great Alliance Acquisitions Rip-off. Then the legitimate victims would have one source of contact. The enemy contact endeavors could be screened.
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#6 Author of original report

Getting revenge

AUTHOR: Teresa - (U.S.A.)

Everyone who has been scammed by this company needs to notify the FBI, the Georgia Attorney General's office, Dateline, 20/20, and 60 Minutes. Let's bring them down.
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#7 Consumer Suggestion

Still Advertising that they're members of BBB

AUTHOR: Unsatisfied - (U.S.A.)

Since being "outted" AA has removed the prominent BBB symbol from their home page on the www.allianceacquisitions.com website. HOWEVER, being the scam artists that they are, AA still has the BBB link on their site, but not so prominently. Click the Contact Us and then D&B Contact Info. It is here that you will find an icon for BBB Reliability Program. AA is NOT a member of this program either! This is what the link reads:

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A few companies are falsely claiming to be participants in our new program. If you came directly to this page by clicking on a BBB logo on a commercial site, don't be fooled, and let us know right away. For more information, visit bbbonline
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#8 Consumer Suggestion

Still Advertising that they're members of BBB

AUTHOR: Unsatisfied - (U.S.A.)

Since being "outted" AA has removed the prominent BBB symbol from their home page on the www.allianceacquisitions.com website. HOWEVER, being the scam artists that they are, AA still has the BBB link on their site, but not so prominently. Click the Contact Us and then D&B Contact Info. It is here that you will find an icon for BBB Reliability Program. AA is NOT a member of this program either! This is what the link reads:

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A few companies are falsely claiming to be participants in our new program. If you came directly to this page by clicking on a BBB logo on a commercial site, don't be fooled, and let us know right away. For more information, visit bbbonline
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#9 Consumer Suggestion

Still Advertising that they're members of BBB

AUTHOR: Unsatisfied - (U.S.A.)

Since being "outted" AA has removed the prominent BBB symbol from their home page on the www.allianceacquisitions.com website. HOWEVER, being the scam artists that they are, AA still has the BBB link on their site, but not so prominently. Click the Contact Us and then D&B Contact Info. It is here that you will find an icon for BBB Reliability Program. AA is NOT a member of this program either! This is what the link reads:

Watch Out!!
A few companies are falsely claiming to be participants in our new program. If you came directly to this page by clicking on a BBB logo on a commercial site, don't be fooled, and let us know right away. For more information, visit bbbonline
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