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How easy is it to get a hold of customer service at Allianceforadvancedhealth.com?
asked by Elizabeth O. on 1/23/19
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If they're autoshipping and charging your credit card - put a dispute in with your credit card company. That should stop them if you have a card from good financial organization. If they can't do that - cancel the card and get another.

Judy
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It is very difficult for me. I've called many times and have been on hold for up to 2 hours before I got sick of it and hung up.
Finally, today, after waiting at least 45 minutes, I talked to a Rep at this phone number: 1-866-747-9428. Hallelujah!
I tried another number listed, 1-866-706-5304, which sounds as if a live person answers, but then goes silent. I tried pressing buttons, and heard "invalid entry" or I said REPRESENTATIVE and heard "invalid entry".
I wrote an email to their "customerservice@allianceforadvancedhealth" and "customerserviceforsolaire", asking them to take me off auto-fill. The emails went through, but I didn't receive an answer from them.
BTW, as I was waiting on hold today, I heard that apparently "Solaire nutraceuticals" is now changed to "gold leaf nutritionals".
COULD THIS BE BECAUSE PEOPLE HAVE DECIDED NEVER TO BUY FROM SCAMMY SOLAIRE?? Just a thought.
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Hi there. I too am a nurse (Nurse Practitioner with a Masters of Science Degree). I'm reading all the time about various health topics of interest, including those that aren't mainstream Western Medicine. These physician authored subscription-based Newsletters invariably morph into ads for private label supplements or books or medical gadgets. They prey on vulnerable consumers (often seniors) and wind up selling more than just the original newsletter.

Regarding Customer Service: I had the same frustrating, unacceptable experience when trying to reach a live person by phone. In fact no sooner did I read one of their "infomercials" today, my phone rang. And guess what appeared in the Caller ID? "Health Alliance ..." which was an automated pitch for a credit card.

STAY AWAY FROM ANYTHING ASSOCIATED WITH Alliance for Advanced Health. (I'm now going to need to figure out how to remove my name and # from their database.) Since visiting their website and writing this review, my phone has rung 4 times... all from bogus telemarketing scams. What REALLY irritates me is that I checked of the "opt-out" option for 3rd party advertisements. $d#*!! $**
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