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Is Allianceforadvancedhealth.com a scam or a legit company?

asked by Michael K. on 1/23/19

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I am an RN, BSN who has worked in Risk Management and Quality Improvement for hears before retiring. I try to keep current with western medicine and alternative, Ayruvedic, and other therapies.
However, the way AAH operates is to me a DISHONEST way, where they DO NOT make it AT ALL CLEAR to customers that most of what they order will be auto shipped to them at exorbitant prices! SAY IT UP FRONT, DR GERHAUSER! AS IT IS, YOU ARE HIDING IN FINE PRINT OR MUMBO JUMBO THIS AUTO SHIP ISSUE!
There are so many devious practices by this company. For instance, I signed up for NEWSLETTERS at a yearly cost.
These "newsletters" are nothing but constant advertisements for Gerhauser's supplements! He uses the same advertising techniques that used car salesmen (sorry used car salesmen), politicians, and scammers use in his long, exaggerated, boring videos or transcripts. Finally, at the end, are the prices for his products-BUT YOU NAVE TO PUT YOUR EMAIL IN FIRST BEFORE YOU CAN VIEW THE PRICES!
His costs are way exorbitant. If he really was interested in helping people, he'd combine a bunch of his stuff together in one pill.
And the products I've tried HAVE DONE NOTHING FOR ME! But look at some of the reviews, and if you have any brains at all, you will conclude most are fake.
This person is out for him, his bank account, and himself.
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Scam! If a company cannot be reached by phone number they have listed( disconnected) and through the email message fails to send to them then you know it must be a scam. Unfortunately, I found out too late and should have reviewed the reviews first which I normally do first!
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Stay away. In my experience (I'm also a licensed Nurse Practitioner, who's reading all the time) this "company" only seems to lead consumers to various scams. Some online, and some by phone (if they have your info). In my attempts to research the company, it only lead me to more infomercials and then telemarketing scams by phone. If they ARE legitimate, I've yet to find credible evidence. (And don't waste your time trying to reach them by phone. Just more of the same.)
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