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Alliance8 – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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  • How did you feel about the customer service experience you received?
  • Was the company easy to communicate with before or after you became a client?
  • Did the company respond to your communications promptly?
  • What were the fees charged for the services you received?
  • Did the company give you the terms and conditions for the program you were interested in before you gave them any personal information?
  • Was the program successful for you and accomplish the goals you had when you entered the program?
  • Did you have a really good experience you can share?
  • Did you have a bad experience you want to share?
  • Is there any other information you’d like people to know that might be considering the services of this company?

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  • Fedup

    Never go with Alliance8! They collected over $2100 from me, or $200 a month to pay back Citibank. However, on the last payment, they took out the last 200.00 dollars and charged me an additional $20 dollars. Since I didn’t have this amount in my account, they never sent the money on. Because the final payment was late, and they never notified me or responded to the law firm collecting the debt, I have defaulted. Now the law firm wants the full $2000.

    • Jtriplo

      Alliance 8 /Freedom Fidelity management has now morphed into Allstate National.How the state of California permits these people to continue scamming honest folk out of their hard earned money is beyond me. STAY AWAY and for those victims continue to write and inform the public about these low life scums that are running this operation.thank you..Joseph Triplo

  • Groovyfoxx

    I used to work for them and yes, they are a total scam. Due to the number of refunds that are being requested, they are losing a bunch of money. They have had to do mass lay-offs and firings as well as “company restructuring.” The company will inevitably go under due to their very un-ethical practices.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      Thanks for the comment.

      Was there an example of something you felt that was really shady that you could share? I’m most interested in information that helps to educate readers so they know the kind of tricks to avoid.

      • Jtriplo

        I was a client of Freedom Fidelity Management now Alliance8. The sales people basically are scam artist . There are law suits against them. Its unfortunate that people like those who run Alliance 8 need to be so dishonest. They deserve jail,and I hope they get it. They have scammed alot of people out of they.re hard earned money,including myself. I can.t understand why the state attorney generals office of California permits them to operate. Do not even consider doing business with this company,they are crooks.  thank you ,Joseph Triplo

      • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

        Unfortunately justice takes time. Not sure if you saw it but there is a comment in this thread from someone claiming to be a former employee and even they are upset with them.

    • Former Alliance8 Employee

      Groovyfox I used to also work there and they honestly are a fraudulent company. I spoke to a manager there off the record and he said well what can you do when a company is this bad, you just have to go with it. :( After this I left the company knowing thousands of clients had fallen victim to a company that was not going to aide them in their financial debt trouble but instead literally drain them of what little money they had left or put them into so much more debt they would be sued and garnished. I still can’t believed I ever worked for them even if it was only for a little bit!

    • Lbockerman

      how do you get a refund?they are so good about not leaving phone numbers or addresses.

  • Lewis Roberts

    Enough said.  A company that repeatedly changes its name probably has something to hide.

    Freedom Fidelity Management, Freedom Financial Management, Alliance 8, Debt2None, and on and on and on.

  • George

    D2N is owned by Alliance8 and is their retail division.

  • Joe_debt_jr

    lol.. how did Debt2None get into this conversation? this thread is to discuss Alliance 8 formerly known as Fidelity Management.

  • Shirley Johnson

    My experience with Debt2None was beyond all expectations. I found the staff pleasant, professional and very diligent in the clarity with which they gave advice. Before I transferred my account to Debt2None I had had a very bad experience, and so I was very relieved to find a company that took a personal interest in my business and showed me that they valued as a customer. Their fees were reasonable, especially for the amount of work they did for me.

    I had never had a bounced check nor a late payment in all my life until I went into retirement and had to make the decision to use credit to get everything I needed rather than let inflation get me after retirement. I did not know that I would be hit with a big dental bill, which I chose to put on credit rather than to take from my pension plan. I would have made out fine until the credit card companies started putting on huge penalties and that was when my nightmare began. The debt collectors are ruthless, heartless people of the type I never had to work with before. p I am a 73-year-old retiree, with severe dyslexia and a scoliosis of the spine. The harassment was more than I could bear and it began affecting my mobility and my memory. However, thanks to the staff at Debt2None, I at last had people whose directions I could understand, who were patient with my problem with numbers, and who pleasantly returned my telephone calls in a reasonable time and who reassured me that everything would turn out fine. In the end it did turn out to be a blessing and I will forever be grateful. Shirley J.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Shirley-Johnson/100000029653849 Shirley Johnson

    My experience with Debt2None was beyond all expectations. I found the staff pleasant, professional and very diligent in the clarity with which they gave advice. Before I transferred my account to Debt2None I had had a very bad experience, and so I was very relieved to find a company that took a personal interest in my business and showed me that they valued as a customer. Their fees were reasonable, especially for the amount of work they did for me.

    I had never had a bounced check nor a late payment in all my life until I went into retirement and had to make the decision to use credit to get everything I needed rather than let inflation get me after retirement. I did not know that I would be hit with a big dental bill, which I chose to put on credit rather than to take from my pension plan. I would have made out fine until the credit card companies started putting on huge penalties and that was when my nightmare began. The debt collectors are ruthless, heartless people of the type I never had to work with before. p I am a 73-year-old retiree, with severe dyslexia and a scoliosis of the spine. The harassment was more than I could bear and it began affecting my mobility and my memory. However, thanks to the staff at Debt2None, I at last had people whose directions I could understand, who were patient with my problem with numbers, and who pleasantly returned my telephone calls in a reasonable time and who reassured me that everything would turn out fine. In the end it did turn out to be a blessing and I will forever be grateful. Shirley J.

    • Anonymous

      lol.. how did Debt2None get into this conversation? this thread is to discuss Alliance 8 formerly known as Fidelity Management.

      • George

        D2N is owned by Alliance8 and is their retail division.

      • Lewis Roberts

        Enough said.  A company that repeatedly changes its name probably has something to hide.

        Freedom Fidelity Management, Freedom Financial Management, Alliance 8, Debt2None, and on and on and on.

      • Kevinknicksny472

        KevinKnicks

        Alliance 8 got us out of Debt in Sept 2011.

        We were informed Freedom was acqired by a seperate company (Alliance 8)

        I guess it’s like owning a house, your loans are purchase by multiple lenders over the period of your mortgage.

        Alliance 8 got me out of debt!…

    • Former Alliance 8 Employee

      Shirley, question is has debt2none actually successfully completed anything?? Give it some tome and you will unfortunately see that simply nice pleasant voices and good direction does not conclude this company will do what they promised. I formerly work for freedom fidelity and Alliance 8 as one of the lead customer service reps only to find they are really a fraudulent company. At first the employer tries everything to convince you they’re not and persuaded me to stay but I couldn’t work for them after I found out the truth. I can’t believe what this company represents. Clients leave sued, garnished, paying extra fees, paying double what they once owed for their debt just so they can release garnishes or levies. I was so stressed, sad, and angry to see in the end what they could do to innocent people!! they do not have a legit management, HR,or legal department in place. The CEO has been requested by us employees to sit down and talk about this and refuses each time knowing the clients had fallen victims to the scam of a company and program.

    • Former Alliance 8 Employee

      Shirley, question is has debt2none actually successfully completed anything?? Give it some tome and you will unfortunately see that simply nice pleasant voices and good direction does not conclude this company will do what they promised. I formerly work for freedom fidelity and Alliance 8 as one of the lead customer service reps only to find they are really a fraudulent company. At first the employer tries everything to convince you they’re not and persuaded me to stay but I couldn’t work for them after I found out the truth. I can’t believe what this company represents. Clients leave sued, garnished, paying extra fees, paying double what they once owed for their debt just so they can release garnishes or levies. I was so stressed, sad, and angry to see in the end what they could do to innocent people!! they do not have a legit management, HR,or legal department in place. The CEO has been requested by us employees to sit down and talk about this and refuses each time knowing the clients had fallen victims to the scam of a company and program.

  • Jtriplo

    I was a client of Freedom Fidelity Management now known as Alliance 8 . To summarize “same animal just different fur”. Stay away these people will defraud you of your hard earned money.

  • Jtriplo

    I was a client of Freedom Fidelity Management now known as Alliance 8 . To summarize “same animal just different fur”. Stay away these people will defraud you of your hard earned money.

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