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Alliance Capital Asset Management, Deal, scam ?

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[Writing on behalf of Alliance Group International]

 

Thank you all for your comments.

 

We welcome feedback from the international community.

 

Alliance Group International is an investment holding company registered in both Hong Kong and the United Kingdom whose interests include operating subsidiaries focused throughout the complete supply chain of insurance, financial services, employee benefits and HR consulting.

 

Each subsidiary of Alliance Group act independently from each other and provide a range of products and services; an example mentioned in an earlier comment is Alliance Insurance Services, which is headquartered in Hong Kong and regulated by the Professional Insurance Brokers Association.

 

Another entity mentioned was NowCompare, a company centrally registered in Mauritius under Global Business License 11 for international operations with a network of support centres helping expats around the World.

 

Alliance Group companies hold licenses to carry out a range of insurance and financial business, details of which can be found at:  https://www.welcometoalliance.com/regulations/

 

Our ultimate aim is and always will be to provide transparent services to our customers and our partners and although it is difficult to express this within the forum setting, we welcome anybody to visit any of our offices around the world, meet the team and judge for yourself the professionalism of our organisation.

 

Thank you once again for your comments and interest.

 

 

 

 

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[Writing on behalf of Alliance Group International]
 
Thank you all for your comments.
 
We welcome feedback from the international community.
 
Alliance Group International is an investment holding company registered in both Hong Kong and the United Kingdom whose interests include operating subsidiaries focused throughout the complete supply chain of insurance, financial services, employee benefits and HR consulting.
 
Each subsidiary of Alliance Group act independently from each other and provide a range of products and services; an example mentioned in an earlier comment is Alliance Insurance Services, which is headquartered in Hong Kong and regulated by the Professional Insurance Brokers Association.
 
Another entity mentioned was NowCompare, a company centrally registered in Mauritius under Global Business License 11 for international operations with a network of support centres helping expats around the World.
 
Alliance Group companies hold licenses to carry out a range of insurance and financial business, details of which can be found at:  https://www.welcometoalliance.com/regulations/
 
Our ultimate aim is and always will be to provide transparent services to our customers and our partners and although it is difficult to express this within the forum setting, we welcome anybody to visit any of our offices around the world, meet the team and judge for yourself the professionalism of our organisation.
 
Thank you once again for your comments and interest.
 
 
 
 

Not addressing any of the issues mentioned.

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12 hours ago, AllianceGroupInternational said:

[Writing on behalf of Alliance Group International]

 

Thank you all for your comments.

 

We welcome feedback from the international community.

 

Alliance Group International is an investment holding company registered in both Hong Kong and the United Kingdom whose interests include operating subsidiaries focused throughout the complete supply chain of insurance, financial services, employee benefits and HR consulting.

 

Each subsidiary of Alliance Group act independently from each other and provide a range of products and services; an example mentioned in an earlier comment is Alliance Insurance Services, which is headquartered in Hong Kong and regulated by the Professional Insurance Brokers Association.

 

Another entity mentioned was NowCompare, a company centrally registered in Mauritius under Global Business License 11 for international operations with a network of support centres helping expats around the World.

 

Alliance Group companies hold licenses to carry out a range of insurance and financial business, details of which can be found at:  https://www.welcometoalliance.com/regulations/

 

Our ultimate aim is and always will be to provide transparent services to our customers and our partners and although it is difficult to express this within the forum setting, we welcome anybody to visit any of our offices around the world, meet the team and judge for yourself the professionalism of our organisation.

 

Thank you once again for your comments and interest.

 

 

 

 

Do you have a link to any external / 3rd party source that supports your website claim, as quoted below. Respect could be somewhat of a matter of opinion, but clearly being the largest is a matter of fact which should be easy for you to substantiate if true.

 

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Welcome to the Alliance Group, the world’s largest producer of international insurance and one of the most respected brands within global financial services ..

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On 3/26/2017 at 5:04 PM, jamie2009 said:

Different company, Alliance Capital Access Management is the name of the company not Alliance Insurance.

They're all part of the same "group" if you hover over the tab [group companies] on the link you provided in your OP

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14 minutes ago, fletchsmile said:

the Alliance Group, the world’s largest producer of international insurance

 

Not sure what "producer" means in this context.  Assuming it means "provider" I would expect to see its name on this list:

 

http://www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/010715/worlds-top-10-insurance-companies.asp

 

AXA, nope.  Zurich, nope.  Prudential, nope.  Munich Re, nope.  Assicurazioni Generali, nope.  Allianz, close, but nope.  (The others in the top 10 may not operate internationally, which is why I haven't mentioned them.)

 

Anyway, the claim of "world's largest" appears to be a lie.

 

As for "one of the most respected brands within global financial services", well this is a list of the top 100 financial service companies:

 

http://bankinnovation.net/2009/04/the-top-100-financial-services-brands-in-the-world/

 

Nope, Alliance is not there.  Not in the top 100.

 

Again, this claim appears to be another lie.

 

So, (user) AllianceGroupInternational, do you have anything independent to back you your company's lies boastful claims?

 

 

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2 hours ago, Oxx said:

There's a Wikipedia page for "Alliance Group".

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alliance_Group

Very helpful: " The Alliance Group, originally called Alliance Freezing Company (Southland) Limited and often referred to simply as Alliance, is a company based in New Zealand that is one of the world's largest processors of sheep meat ".

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8 minutes ago, stevenl said:

Very helpful: " The Alliance Group, originally called Alliance Freezing Company (Southland) Limited and often referred to simply as Alliance, is a company based in New Zealand that is one of the world's largest processors of sheep meat ".

 

Not really.  Simply a coincidence of name.  I posted the link tongue-in-cheek.

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Really poor English in use on the website.  'Regulations' should be 'regulators'. 

 

100% boiler room scam. They're quoting realistic interest rates because if they were too high, everyone would suspect it was a scam. 

 

The worlds largest insurance provider would be overseen by more than a handful of dodgy regulators.  Steer clear.  They can't even get decent content done and their website developers are based in boiler room central,  Marbella. 

 

Steer clear or your money will end up funding a gaggle of freelancers, a huge bottle of Belvedere and a kilo nosebag of coke at Sugar Club on sukhumvit. 

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The UK branch of this company appears to have been set up a couple of years ago and is listed as dormant. It has a registered capital of GBP100. The only two registered shareholders share the same family name as the CEO of the group. One of those two people (who is well past state retirement age) has been associated with dozens of companies over the last few decades, many involved with insurance or investment, and most of them have been wound up.

 

All information available for free on the UK companies registry.

 

I am pleased to see from their website that they are "the world’s most visited international insurance intermediary” though I'm not sure what that actually means.

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Meet them and just ask them straight out if they are a boiling room or scam operation. If they are you can still make money. I've made money from ponzis before and there's no shame in it, just try and make sure other people lose money and not yourself! And then get out once in profit.

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Just now, reenatinnakor said:

Meet them and just ask them straight out if they are a boiling room or scam operation. If they are you can still make money. I've made money from ponzis before and there's no shame in it, just try and make sure other people lose money and not yourself! And then get out once in profit.

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They never called me back re a meeting, it's noticeable if you 'google' Best Savings Accounts Now Compare part of the Alliance  Group is at the top of the page.

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7 minutes ago, dutchkev said:

Hi,

any more news on Alliance ? did anyone actually invest ?

No, if they were genuine it was a high risk product, lending money too people/companies who couldn't get the loan from a bank, charging them a higher interest rate,.

They said this enabled them to pay the interest too me.

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After having endured frequent in your face online advertising of this group, decided to check this out. Not impress and for me personally, would not risk it.

 

One main concern, what happens if the company closes or is taken over, do my investments go with it?

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