Report: #1298829

Complaint Review: Beachside Recovery Center LLC - Irvine California

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  • Reported By: Adriana — Irvine California USA
  • Beachside Recovery Center LLC

    Irvine, California

Beachside Recovery Center LLC Overcharge Insurance Billing - Insurance Fraud Irvine California

*UPDATE Employee: Notice of Subpoena

*Consumer Comment: Same firm, new website

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The Beachside Recovery Center LLC – Irvine /Orange County, California - This program is among the shadier dirty business working in the drug rehab world and has had many complaints lodged against it’s owner, Adam, senior management members ; Eric, Paul, Jackie, C. Martinez  and their practices. The currently have multiple criminal and civil court cases pending including residential treatment center code violations due to their own relapse on crack-cocaine, though they continued to operate the facility while under the influence.

There have been an untold number of complaints against Adam and his team for improper use of patient's payments in which services promised were not rendered. Please be aware that this is not representative of some of the finer drug rehabs industry wide. We urge you to conduct your due diligence prior to sending a referral to this scammers! 


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#1 UPDATE Employee

Notice of Subpoena

AUTHOR: Beachside Recovery, LLC Legal Department - (USA)

POSTED: Thursday, August 17, 2017

Please take notice that Beachside Recovery, LLC (“Plaintiff”) has initiated an action in the Superior Court of Orange County, California, Case Number 30-2016-00879715-CU-DF-CJC (“the Action”), due to allegedly false statements made by "Adriana -- Irvine California USA.”  In the Action, Plaintiff seeks to subpoena the records of Xcentric Ventures, LLC for your identifying contact information to be sent to Beachside Recovery, LLC at: 2350 SE Bristol Street, Newport Beach, California 92660.  Plaintiff has served a subpoena on Xcentric Ventures, LLC, the company that owns and operates this website, to reveal your identities.  You may have a right to file and serve a response to the subpoena anonymously. If you intend to file and serve a response, please do so, or notify us of your intent to do so, on or before August 30, 2017.  The notification should be sent to Beachside Recovery, LLC, ATTN: Legal Department, via facsimile to (949) 221-8207 or via U.S. Mail to Beachside Recovery, LLC, ATTN: Legal Department, 2350 SE Bristol Street, Newport Beach, California 92660.

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#2 Consumer Comment

Same firm, new website

AUTHOR: g81 - (USA)

POSTED: Friday, April 22, 2016

I pointed out that the exact same firm is responsible for registering the domain name, samhsa.net, and so it was unlikely this email was sent out by a competitor. “I’ll have to have a talk with them,” said Mr. Howley.

When asked if he knew of this apparently deceptive email being sent, Mr. Howley replied, “I can assure you 100% that we had no prior knowledge of this sort of thing.”

We contacted the SEO firm and spoke via phone and emails with Sean Callahan, the president and co-founder of Website Consultants. He also didn’t know who Jeffrey Redd was, so he asked for a copy of the email. After reviewing the email, he pegged the errant email on a link-building firm that he said had leased the domain SAMHSA.net: “They are obviously abusing the domain we leased to them, so we have terminated the agreement effective today.” Mr. Callahan refused to name the link-building firm, citing a non-disclosure agreement.

I understand it’s hard to get your name out there if you’re a treatment or rehab center. It’s even more difficult to appear higher up in search results. But good content gets indexed by Google and Bing, plain and simple — there are no tricks you need to employ in order to get it indexed. Yes, it takes time, and yes, it takes even more time to build up an online reputation for your domain. Seeking ways to circumvent the system or hurry up the process may work (at least temporarily, until the algorithm changes yet again) — but also may bring you unwanted publicity.

Sometimes rehab centers get a bad name because of their aggressive strategies for trying to attract new patients. It’s no wonder.

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