• Report: #1162498

Complaint Review: Alliance Publishing Inc,

  • Submitted: Wed, July 16, 2014
  • Updated: Wed, July 16, 2014

  • Reported By: sue — Ocala Florida
Alliance Publishing Inc,
3011 W. 183rd St, #342 Homewood, Illinois USA

Alliance Publishing Inc, Catherine Reece, Catherine Reece, fake name , Alliance Publishing Inc not at address listed Homewood Illinois

*General Comment: Alliance Publishing, Inc

*Consumer Comment: Keep Your Money!

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In checking out the company on the internet, cannot locate them at address given. Also, when looking for information about Catherine Reece, founder of the company, found out the name is fake according to paperwork in FL. Tried calling them at the office number to see if they are legit. Recording said to use email address. When I heard back from emailing, only received a form letter stating that all questions are answered in the letter received thru the mail, and any further questions will be answered after getting the kit.  I cannot find any place to check  out company nor founder, nor the dealer to find out if they are legit.  If information cannot be found, I feel they are not legit and people need to know so they won't spend their hard-earned money. Needless to say, I did not spend my $197 to order the kit. 


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#1 General Comment

Alliance Publishing, Inc

AUTHOR: Dan - ()

Alliance Publishing, Inc gives a physical address of 3011 West 183rd Street #382 Homwood Illinois 60430. Given that address one would assume it might be located on the third floor of an office building in an office park or complex. A search by "google earth" reveals something quite different. The location provided by google earth shows what appears to be a rather major thoroughfare in a lower middle class neighborhood on one side of the street and a strip mall containing store such as "Big Lots" on the other side of the street with no visible sign of a multi-story or even a single level office building anywhere in site. One would have to assume diven the type and amounts of money this company claims to generate, evidence of that money would be reflected and glaringly obvious in their location which I m sorry to to say, it is not.

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#2 Consumer Comment

Keep Your Money!

AUTHOR: Giselle - ()

The address is a PO Box in a UPS store in a very run-down looking shopping center.  In othe words, NOT a real physical address but just a place for them to receive mail (presumably cash/cheques/money orders from naive people).

Do NOT send these people any money! They have no website, no physical address and you yourself admit you cannot speak with anyone, indeed they want your money before they will supposedly will talk to you.  Does that sound legit to you? They have been reported as a scam operation on a couple other websites.

NEVER pay for a job! And especially do not pay $$ to do things like stuff envelopes, mail brochures, etc. Those are always a scam!  You either get nothing or a worthless booklet giving you the names of work at home companies. In other words, you just paid for information that is free online.

Don't throw your money away on these ridiculous 'opportunities'. Remember, a legitimate company does not ask jobseekers for money!

 

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