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    Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    Has anyone dealt with this entity? I tried doing a search here, but, couldn't find a thread. The sales letter had testimonials from Tim Ferriss (The 4-Hour Work Week), Robert W. Bly (The Copywriter's Handbook), Dan Kennedy(The Ultimate Sales Letter) and Yanik Silver(Maverick Startup). I found other publishing companies named Alliance and other people named Catherine Reece, but, they aren't related to the letter I received in the mail. The program is called the 'Infinity Income Dealership' and has to do with 'direct-response' mailing. Thanks.

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    Quote Originally Posted by The Daredevil View Post
    Has anyone dealt with this entity? I tried doing a search here, but, couldn't find a thread. The sales letter had testimonials from Tim Ferriss (The 4-Hour Work Week), Robert W. Bly (The Copywriter's Handbook), Dan Kennedy(The Ultimate Sales Letter) and Yanik Silver(Maverick Startup). I found other publishing companies named Alliance and other people named Catherine Reece, but, they aren't related to the letter I received in the mail. The program is called the 'Infinity Income Dealership' and has to do with 'direct-response' mailing. Thanks.
    Hi,

    I've recently receive a letter by mail from Alliance Publishing, Inc Catherine Reece. I've type the company name is Google, unfortunately there isn't any info. I'm going to the Warrior Forum and RipOff Report and Complaintsboard to see if the company is legitimate or a scam. Don't send any checks or money order. Did you check with the Better Business Bureau?

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    Not yet; their address is in Homewood, IL 60430 and they do not have a web site. I am thinking it is a shady deal.

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    I couldn't find a listing with the Illinois BBB. A lot of red flags.

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    I just received a package from Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece and Patricia Tate today 14 July 2014. I also tried looking them up online and found nothing. I just got scammed by another company Pacific Brochures..don't ever send them money they are scammers I reported them to the FTC and BBB and informed people on scam sites. This company (Alliance Publishing) is asking for $197 I looked up their email for their friendly support team and found none and the dealer has a P.O. Box so I would not send them a dime and if it sounds too good to be true chances are ...it is. I have tried about five home businesses this year alone and not one of them panned out all scams, it's a shame people are so dishonest especially when they take our hard earned money, they belong behind bars and hopefully by reporting these shady businesses we can stop all this! Thanks for asking about this and I'm glad I'm finding out more about the scamming business so I don't lose any more of my money. Good luck!

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    I am afraid I just fell victim to this scammer. Foolishly I signed up on the 1st of July, it is now the 15th and I have received no word from the publisher and no package as promised. I never do this, but the package sent me looked so good and with all those references, I was completely drawn in.
    I will be sending an Email to the Publisher, but I have very little hope of hearing back. It doesn't take this long to deliver a package!
    I can't believe I did this, but I was duped!
    If anything changes I will report back in, but don't hold your breath!

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    Thank you wrboniella and wallypie for your feedback. I guess this falls under TGTBT. I hope they are sued by those somewhat well-known people whom they are using for 'testimonials', if the originators of this scam can be tracked down. :2gunsfiring_v1:

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    Hi Guys

    I also received the sales letter, I was blown away with testimonials from Bob Bly, Dan Kennedy, Tim Ferris. However, I decided to think critically and asked my self. Why this company has such impeccable testimonials and does not have a social media presence.

    Here is the take away, we should all use this sales letter as a template for our mlm opportunity.

  9. 08-02-2014, 04:03 PM

    Reason
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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    Don't part with your hard-earned money without checking them out first.
    Last edited by Aletheia; 08-02-2014 at 08:42 PM.

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    Not long ago, the following direct marketing offer was received via US Mail:


    Image A


    Image B


    Image C


    Image D


    Image E


    Image F


    Image G


    Image H


    Image M for Money
    (redacted to protect the gullible)


    Image K

    There are four NAMES that cause interest:

    NAME #1: PATRICIA TATE

    NAME #2: CATHERINE REECE

    NAME #3: P.T. ENTERPRISES

    NAME #4: ALLIANCE PUBLISHING INC

    THIS CORPORATION IS NOT REGISTERED IN ILLINOIS YET IS DOING BUSINESS OUT OF ILLINOIS.

    Look up ALLIANCE PUBLISHING INC in Illinois at the Illinois government website:

    http://www.ilsos.gov/corporatellc/

    You won't find anything by that exact name in Illinois.

    However, you can find ALLIANCE PUBLISHING GROUP INC (NOT IN GOOD STANDING) there, but not ALLIANCE PUBLISHING INC.

    By the way, ALLIANCE PUBLISHING GROUP INC used to be Kevin Trudeau's old company, and currently, he's serving a ten year sentence at Federal Prison Camp Montgomery and should be out in 2022.

    NAMES #1, #2, and #3 exist as fictitious names in Florida and are owed by a Florida corporation by the name of ALLIANCE PUBLISHING SERVICES INC and, according to its articles of incorporation, is owned by PEAGAN TWITTY, whose mailing address is given as 831 W MAPLE AVE #169, HOMEWOOD IL 60430.

    The business at 831 W MAPLE AVE, HOMEWOOD IL 60430, itself, belongs to Package Express Plus, whose website is http://www.packageexpressplus.com. You can see there address posted there on their home page of their website.

    Who is Peagan Twitty? Is he or she a real person? I presume this person is real.

    Anyways, in Image B, you can read the following quote by PATRICA TATE:

    Quote Originally Posted by PATRICA TATE

    "It's worked for me and it can work for you. If you have further questions, I'm happy to answer them. Simply email me at patricia.tate823@yahoo.com and I will reply - usualy within 24 hours."
    She was emailed, and this was the automatic response given in about 10 seconds:

    Quote Originally Posted by patricia.tate823@yahoo.com

    Hi, Thank you for taking the time to email me. Let me answer your possible questions and tell you a little about my own personal experiences: I started last year, and at this point all of my mailings are easily paid for out of the huge daily profits I receive. I wrote the cover letter you may have received, but I have allowed the company to include it in with the course materials for those who want a greater boost in their response rates. That is why you may have gotten my cover letter, even though it was not from my own mailing. So again, you will receive a carbon copy of that cover letter, along with copies of my checks for your own use. It will increase your response rates, along with the larger 9 x 12 envelopes. I have been averaging a 4% response rate, and have never gotten less than 3% on any mailing. My profits have been so consistent mainly because of 3 things: 1. The power of the sales letter. 2. The use of buyers list which the company recommends. 3. Having the mail house use the larger 9 x 12 envelopes when they send out my mailings. The sales letter just flat-out works! Of course, you have already read it and so I do not have to explain much there. In fact, it is one of the best sales letters I have ever received, especially compared to most of the junk mail I receive each week trying to sell me things. The mailing lists I use is the one you will learn about in the Dealership package you will soon. It is a real list broker who rents actual buyer names, not just the regular opportunity seeker names we see advertised everywhere. And three, the 9 x 12 envelopes get opened! The cheaper 6 x 9 envelopes work amazingly well too, but I just prefer 9 x 12 for maximum results. That is why my response rates are so good. The minimum quantity the mail house will do is 100, which of course, is really cheap at just $55. But they have quantities of 500, 1,000, 2,000, 5,000 and 10,000. You can start with any quantity you like and can comfortably afford. When I first started, I began with 5,000 and got a 4% response rate. As I stated, I prefer to have the mail house use 9 x 12 envelopes for best results and profits. Prices are cheap and vary depending on envelope size, postage type, etc. All of that and more is explained in the Dealership package you will receive, so you do not have to worry about not having answers or being confused in any way. Everything is super easy, step-by-step, and the results are immediate once your first mailing goes out. Checks and money orders begin coming in within the first 10 days of your mailings being sent out. You can use your home address or a P.O. Box like I do. And just pay your taxes at the end of the year. My bank, of course, keeps track of all my deposits and I have an accountant who handles everything else. I no longer answer phone calls because I found that I have no time for my family when I do. So now I just help others solely through email. You will discover that the company is rock-solid and has absolutely no complaints against them. This showed me when I first got started that they deliver exactly what they promise. My only regret is that I did not get started sooner. They do not have a website since they operate exclusively through direct mail. For more information, the company support team can be reached by email at alliancepublishingonline@gmail.com or by phone at (708) 216-9722. I suggest emailing for fastest response, as they are usually overwhelmed with phone calls, inquiries and other information requests. As of the last few days, I believe they have set up an automatic reply such as this one for your convenience. And as I stated previously, you will find that any other questions you have will be covered in the professional product package you will receive by fast Priority Mail. See you at the top, Patricia
    So an email was sent to alliancepublishingonline@gmail.com, and this was their automatic response after about ten seconds:

    Quote Originally Posted by alliancepublishingonline@gmail.com

    Thank you very much for your email.

    This message is set up as an automatic reply in order to assist you
    with any questions or concerns you may have. As you will see, it is
    specifically designed to answer over 95% of the questions someone may
    have when receiving the “Infinity Income” sales material.

    Any remaining questions will be answered in the Dealership package
    mailed out to you once your enrollment is received.

    Once you have enrolled, the only other costs involved are with the
    recommended mailing house. You do not have to stuff envelopes nor do
    any mailings yourself.

    They will do any mailing quantity you choose, based on your specific
    budget. Their minimum quantity is 100, which is very inexpensive and
    allows someone with very little money to still get started and earn
    profits.

    Using those profits, you can then have larger mailings done for you
    and earn much bigger profits on your way toward $1,000 a day. Mailing
    house prices vary depending on envelope size, postage type, etc.

    They also have quantities of 200, 500, 1,000, 2,000, 5,000 and 10,000.
    Prices are the absolute lowest possible when using the mail house
    since they are able to utilize substantial postal discounts, all of
    which they pass on to the customer.

    They will get all of your mailings out within 5 business days, and you
    can expect to receive checks and money orders within 10 days of your
    mailings going out.

    The mail house already has all of the material in their computer
    system, and so they will simply enter the information you provide them
    with into the #2 Dealer Box of the enrollment form. The mailings done
    for you have no risk since you are protected by the company’s minimum
    3% response rate guarantee.

    All of that and more is explained in the professional Dealership
    package you will receive, which is the actual product, and which
    includes a book and other in-depth course material.

    When enrolling, feel free to use any name or business name you choose.
    You can always change it later when you provide the mailing house with
    the information you would like them to place in the #2 Dealer Box of
    the enrollment form.

    Also, feel free to use your home address or a P.O. Box. Either is
    fine when enrolling, and can be changed later. As you begin to
    receive huge amounts of weekly checks and money orders, you may then
    choose to have a P.O. Box just for convenience and so that your local
    mail delivery person does not have such a large load.

    As you can probably imagine, we are usually quite overwhelmed with
    phone calls and email messages. That is why I have recently set up
    this “auto-reply” to help you get the answers you need swiftly,
    without having to wait 24-48 hours for a support team answer. I fully
    understand your eagerness to get started and receive your dealership
    package. I am also aware that you want to ensure you receive the
    Bonus material by enrolling within the 7 day period. So I sincerely
    hope I have been helpful with this reply.

    We have a countless number of successful Dealers, many of whom you
    have already read about. Many of them have cover letters and copies of
    their daily checks which they use to further increase their response
    rates. You may have received a cover letter and copies of checks
    along with the mail piece sent to you.

    You may also want to be able to use this material for yourself. If
    so, you will automatically receive similar material to use in your own
    Dealership package.

    One of our most successful Dealers, Ms. Patricia Tate, has been kind
    enough to allow us to include her personal cover letter in with your
    course materials. You will also receive copies of her checks and
    money orders. She also has an auto-reply message set up which details
    her experiences with the program.

    You can reach her by email at patricia.tate823@yahoo.com to hear her
    story and to get even more information.

    Your Dealership package will be mailed out by First Class Mail within
    24 hours. If for any reason you do not receive it within this time
    frame, please remain patient as we sometimes update the material for
    your benefit.

    Rest assured that your package is on the way and that you are
    receiving the most up-to-date course material available. You will find
    that any other questions you have are answered in full detail within
    the extensive Frequently Asked Questions section of the Dealership
    material.

    Congratulations on your enrollment, and I look forward to YOU becoming
    one of our newest success stories!

    Best Regards,

    Carol Meyers
    Support Team Specialist
    Alliance Publishing, Inc.
    3011 West 183rd St. #342
    Homewood, IL 60430
    Email: alliancepublishingonline@gmail.com
    3011 WEST 183RD ST, HOMEWOOD IL 60430 belongs to The UPS Store.

    Who goes to The UPS Store to pick up the money orders or checks? Or, are they just forwarded to another business front?

    What about P.T. ENTERPRISES?

    Remember Image M for Money.

    One of the money orders shows the following address

    P.T. ENTERPRISES
    PO BOX 2062
    CALUMET CITY IL 60409

    There are actually two post offices in Calumet City, Illinois.

    Calumet City Post Office
    680 Wentworth Ave
    Calumet City IL 60409
    (708) 891-3134

    Calumet City Post Office
    1200 Ring Rd
    Calumet City IL 60409
    (708) 862-6900

    Not sure which one that would be.

    So, who are the players?

    See the next post to find out.
    Last edited by Aletheia; 08-03-2014 at 09:50 AM.

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    So, there you have it.
    Last edited by Aletheia; 08-03-2014 at 06:15 PM.

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    They Should Be Dealth With IN The Most Letahal WAY Period! B-}

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    Good Eff'n Work! Cheers, Drabo. B-}

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    Yes, I just actually joined the program in July and I'm getting good results with it. I see a lot of people will talk negative about something that they are not participating in. I have a YouTube channel on this, just type in " Infinity Income Dealership Program- Direct Mail!".
    Last edited by MlGray; 08-05-2014 at 05:51 AM.

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    Quote Originally Posted by The Daredevil View Post
    Has anyone dealt with this entity? I tried doing a search here, but, couldn't find a thread. The sales letter had testimonials from Tim Ferriss (The 4-Hour Work Week), Robert W. Bly (The Copywriter's Handbook), Dan Kennedy(The Ultimate Sales Letter) and Yanik Silver(Maverick Startup). I found other publishing companies named Alliance and other people named Catherine Reece, but, they aren't related to the letter I received in the mail. The program is called the 'Infinity Income Dealership' and has to do with 'direct-response' mailing. Thanks.
    Yes, I joined this program in mid July, and it doing well for me! A lot of people put down things they fell to know about. I have a YouTube video the channel is "Infinity Income Dealership Program - Direct Mail!"

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    Re: Alliance Publishing, Inc./Catherine Reece

    Quote Originally Posted by wallypie View Post
    I am afraid I just fell victim to this scammer. Foolishly I signed up on the 1st of July, it is now the 15th and I have received no word from the publisher and no package as promised. I never do this, but the package sent me looked so good and with all those references, I was completely drawn in.
    I will be sending an Email to the Publisher, but I have very little hope of hearing back. It doesn't take this long to deliver a package!
    I can't believe I did this, but I was duped!
    If anything changes I will report back in, but don't hold your breath!
    Sent mines off on the 5th of July, it arrived on the 23rd of July! I was told the reason why it took so long because there's a lot of people joining the program. In all it was worth the wait for me. Contact them they should resend it.

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