I contacted The Allied Network, and I was told in no uncertain terms that I wasn't a proper candidate for...
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I have an active claim against Allied Network in Small Claims Court. At the pre -trial date they agreed to a full reund, but not to cover my expenses. Thus, I am taking them to trial in Aug.
Another women have received full refunds.
Take them to Small Claims court. It will establish a very long list of precidents. Contact me regarding the process.
1. Ontario Supreme Court: Morley Hood vs. Allied Network File no. 4846/04 He paid Allied $11, 122 They settled out of court.
2. Ontario Supreme Court: Susan Simpson vs. Allied Network. Currently in progress. Allied has not filed a Defense.
Contact me: [protected]@yahoo.ca
I signed up with this service after being promised that they would set me up with someone who met my requirements ie. post-graduate, no kids. I also assumed that they would be doing criminal checks as well as they said they screen.
First match - had a criminal record that I managed to inadvertently pry out of him. He also had a daughter. I complained to the Allied and mentioned his criminal record - they kept him but set him up with someone else.
They really don't care - some of the women are rude and brush you off completely. We pay a lot of money for this service and it is definitely a scam. Save your money.
This company seems to be a classic scam!!! Unfortunately I was prey and fell into it. Their fee is astronomical, their contract is full of loopholes for them to get out of providing the service that I was promised in glowing terms from the saleswoman...then the reality hit like a ton of bricks when I started to start the process and try to get the service I was paying for.
Just really low quality of service unfortunately. I have received dates, however the customer service has been terrible. I have to call them, I don't receive a customer service/follow up/courtesy call. I get the sense they're like a call centre/busy department, and churning out 'matches' as they're referred to, with really little thought/insight into the date making that they're engaging in. Seems far from the almost psychologically based, great care taken/personal matching that I was sold. It just seems a far cry from what they're portraying, and with the fee I paid, I really was duped. Who knows, maybe I'll meet someone great through this, after all of course there can be fantastic people with the service just like myself lol, but really it truly does seem like what was promised is a far cry from the bare minimum service I've received, and I couldn't get that woman who was so nice and promised me the best dates, on the phone again after she got my money. I'll see how it goes, but so far, not great and after speaking with others about this, seems to be I'm not the only one. But I'm still hopeful and a romantic!!!
I got several flyers from Allied and decided to have a try. I called them first and asked about the price, the lady on the phone told me it is about $500 to $1000, I booked an appointment on Monday (July 21), and they reminded me several times about bringing the credit card, they said they won’t write down the card number, it was only for identification purpose. The door was closed, I had to ring the bell and told them my name and my appointment time, and then I was able to get in. I filled form about myself and the match I was wishing. A consultant named Susan came in and said they have lots of great guys like lawyers, doctors, financial advisors in their file and showed me the price list, it was from $8500 to $9000 and I was shocked, I said I will think about it, and was ready to walk out of the door, she stopped me and asked what price I can accept, I said I was told it was $500 to $1000, and then she said she will give me $1000 for 3 referrals, I hesitated and said I will think about it and Susan showed inpatient and said “I just need your credit card”, I finally gave her my credit card, and signed the membership paper.
After I walked out of the door, I regretted and called them next day to cancel the service. I was told I can only get $500 back, they said they had to prepare some paper work for the refund, and it will take one week.
Could somebody tell me is there a way that I can get my $1000 back?
I really couldn’t understand why I gave her my credit card that time, my intention was to go to Allied and get a picture of the company first.
SCAMMERS - who prey on lonely, single people - the worse kind of criminals. I'm a single, upwardly...