Complaint / review / scam report
The Allied Network
Contract Scam

The Allied Network has been scamming and preying on women for far too long. They charge ridiculous fees for lousy or promised introductions with totally unqualified, unsuitable partners.

They appear to have a shortage of men in their database, so they re-cycle the men they do have by offering the same men to several women. Or, they arrange to have men contact the female client JUST to locke her into the contract, and then they say, "Well, you had your first introduction, so there are no refunds allowed." This is a SCAM.

Think about it. Would you pay a friend or associate $750 or $1, 000 just to get a name and phone number of some dude you know nothing about?

As for matching you with a compatible mate, this is a SCAM too. There is no matching. The only thing they care about is getting and keeping your money.

After charging you a ridiculous fee for a contract, some up to $12, 000, they do nothing much except pass on telephone numbers of UNqualified men. They make promises to introduce women to doctors, lawyers, and especially stockbrokers. Then, they tell you you were given a special rate because you are special.

Another scam is that they note on your contact: Special rate. Will not disclose. They swear you to secrecy- not to tell anyone how much you paid. (People would laugh at your follishness to pay so much money- for nothing.)

Do not join.

If you join, expect to be scammed and disgusted by their service.

To get a refund, you have to take them to Small Claims Court. There are many, many cases against Allied in Small Claims court.
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Offender: The Allied Network

Country: Canada   Province: Ontario   City: Toronto

Category: Dating


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