Consumer Complaints and Reviews
I left a message for Alliance Debt Relief early this morning. Call was returned by Mr. Tony **. Contract via email was reviewed it. Not at all satisfied. He began shouting, telling me I wasted his time & that it was all about money etc....
I called Alliance Debt Care.. The man was very rude.. He was very verbal abusive.. I ask him if this would affect my credit score.. He could not answer my question.. He said yes and then no.. He said "why do you care if you have bad credit.." I did not tell him I had bad credit.. He said very hateful "what is your credit score?" That was none of his business. Then everything was verbal abuse and rude.. I would be paying this company over $1,500 extra if I had agreed.. I called other companies like this. They talk to me with respect. They did not degrade me.. Please, there are a lot of these companies.. Choose one who is honest etc.. Please do not use this company.. If they treat you bad at the start, what will they do later. Can you trust this company? Are they honest? Please call other debt relief places..
I've left messages for this company to call me back because I never get a real person to talk to, only an answering machine to discuss my account and no one ever calls me back. I have money built up but it’s not going anywhere and they are charging me fees for it being there.
I applied for a loan. Diane called me and sent me the paper work for the loan of $7,500. To obtain the loan, I had to send five payments in advance, which add up to $853. After I transferred the money through Western Union, the $7,500 was supposed to be in my savings account the next day. I never received the money. I called her and told her that I wanted a refund. Every week, I call her about my refund and she gives me a different day every week. I still have not received my refund back since 30 Aug 11.
This company is harassing me due to an unpaid payday loan. I have done some research and found out that New York State prohibits payday loan lenders in the state. Harassing me at work, home, leaving nasty messages on my voicemail. Left a message saying something about my social security number.
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Around September or October I hired Alliance Debt Relief -- where they would take out $200 a month -- for about six months. In the meantime, I would save about $800 a month. On about $12,000 worth of debt, they said expect to pay half, but they might be able to do better. Lots of success stories. I started working with a nice fellow who promised to help me. After a month or two, I kept getting daily phone calls from my creditors. I was told not to answer the phone.
After two month I called Alliance and asked where Gary was. I was told he had died and how sorry that my account had fallen via the cracks. Do I still want to continue. Yes, I said, after another few weeks, I decided to talk to my creditors and let them know I am consolidating my debt via Alliance. My creditors never heard of them. I called my bank and told them to put a stop payment on the automatic withdrawl each month. I then called Brian G and he expressed his concern and switched me the black hole of customer service. Then I issued a request for a $600 refund, which they said would take 60 to 90 days. The week of March 21, Alliance said they denied my request -- no reason why.
I was fortunate to only be out of pack $600, but after losing my job in October, $600 would come in handy. I am writing this because I don't want others to be scammed.
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