Alliance Publishing

Country United States
State Benin
City Homewood
Address 3011 West 183rd Street,#342
Phone 708-216-9722

Alliance Publishing Reviews

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  • Sep 27, 2014


I just received another letter that looks almost identical to the Infinity Program. They make the same claims

I even received it from my sponsor in Infinity. Please beware of "Wealth For Life System" Grace Beaman Founder & CEO

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  • Oct 16, 2014

Same Claims?

You mentioned that you received both letters with the same sponsor. Who was your sponsor? I think this is important to figure out if the two correlate.

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  • Oct 3, 2015

The SCAM UPDATE dated Sep 27, 2014


As stated Dec 14, 2014, Grace Beaman's programs are not connected in any way "to the Alliance Publishing program sponsors, because it is sent by a mailing list, and not by the sponsors recruiting people. That is the beauty of it! " etc, ---

Money can be made with Grace Beaman if you try it. I don't know if the Infinity Program with Alliance Publishing is even sending out scams anymore, but Grace Beaman is NOT a scam! When Gary, AKA "Sven" who knows nothing about it (and is only out for his own agenda scam) started bashing it, things fell off a bit but they have started to pick up again and should be doing a whole lot better, if we are all patient and just stick with it. I was doing quite well, thank you, until Gary had to put his 2 cents in where it wasn't wanted or appreciated since he had not used the program and had no idea what he was talking about. I for one can say, Thank you Grace!

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  • Dec 14, 2014

No Connection

The Wealth for Life program is not connected to the Alliance Publishing program sponsors, because it is sent by a mailing list, and not by the sponsors recruiting people. That is the beauty of it! You do not have to alienate friends, family, and acquaintances by sending them a brochure!

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  • Jun 10, 2015

Grace's Response to Gary

Grace Beaman's marketing investment program is not a scam. However, someone named Gary has hijacked her mailing list customers, and here is her response. She will sue him for libel for all of the lies that he has posted to hurt her mail order business that she has been running for 23 years -- if she can find him.

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  • Jun 10, 2015

Gary's review is a total lie

I have read Grace Beaman's response to Gary an his so-called review is made up of lies. Read her response here:

Her Wealth for Life program is the marketing aspect of her supplement formulas. She is not selling anything from Ireland or Amazon. She is selling from Florida, where she has lived, in a house, for many years. She was a single mother, whose husband died of cancer, who made a living for herself selling nutritional formulas. Gary's lies have hurt her business, and he should be punished for that. It should not be okay for a woman-hating person to make up lies about someone else's legitimate mail order business in order to promote his own business.

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  • Oct 31, 2014

Wealth For Life mailorder scam

Grace wants you to believe you can make a tremendous income by paying up to 10K for the privelage of mailing out "Her Advertising" flyers?

So we pay her to advertise for her and so it goes...

Well Holy Sh*t, that is one of the best marketing concepts I have ever seen.

I found a legitimate review of her game here;

I hope this helps to keep your readers safe, thank you so much for getting the Scam Word out there!


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  • Nov 15, 2014


Re Infinity and Alliance, I got the letter as well and decided to check it out. Especially move down to #10 on the link which explains it all.

After reading the site above, I read another site where surprisingly, a neighbor had gone with them and included was his e-mail address and phone number. I decided to find out his experience with them since to me, it was quite obviously a scam. He told me that he sent $2500.00 to them to mail 2,000 letters, with a guarantee he would get 3% replies or more in 60 days. When the 60 days were up he had received 33, so they still owed him 27 signups. He e-mailed, called and sent a letter, but couldn't get an answer, so he told his 33 respondents that in his opinion, they were not standing behind their guarantees and not to spend any more money with them. Most of them had bad luck with Infinity and Alliance too and he agreed that he was lucky that he made $800.00 with them and didn't lose anything. In the meantime, he got a letter from Grace Beaman and called and talked to her. He joined her "Wealth for Life" program and advised the 33 people they would be better off going with her. .

Grace Beaman's program, although similar, is not affiliated with Alliance, and so far, he has received $5900.00 from signups and $2800 from "Residual" levels that he said 50% of his sign-ups have also joined. I also have communicated with her and decided to join as well. I am a retired Airline employee who has been all over the world, and free companion air fare alone, and free hotels on 2 Hawaiian Islands, plus Cancun and Bahamas Cruise and other discounts are worth it, which I have already received by priority mail. Even though I am not interested in travel, I can give them to family members or friends who are. I have been scammed before so it wouldn't be the first time, but I decided to take the chance since my neighbor has already received his investment back and then some. Her plan has worked for him along with his other sign-ups, and it should work for everyone, if people who haven't tried it would stop knocking it.

M.S. from TX

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  • Dec 9, 2014

Defamation and Libel of Grace Beaman and Wealth for Life

One of the top posts on this page is from someone named just "Gary" who directs readers to his "Review" of the Wealth for Life Program of Grace Beaman. His review is full of defamatory and libelous claims, with misdirections such as the fact, for example, that another company has the same initials as her company. Well, since she has not stolen their name, it is not a deception. Many companies have the same initials, but not the same name. Finally, he touts his program, which is nothing remotely like her program. The hilarious thing is - once he has put Grace Beaman out of business, and people stop Googling her name -- no traffic will go to Gary's page! He is piggy-backing his program onto her mailing letter program, which tells you two things - his program does not work or he would have traffic to his program, and he is not all that bright, so why would you want him to train you in internet marketing and would it involve doing what he does? Writiing pierces with an ugly tone?

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  • Nov 18, 2014

Re Wealth For Life Grace Beaman

My mom in MN told me in CA about Grace's program and wanted me to join. I told her not to join it, but it was too late. I thought it was a rip-off and went on line to check it out. Since then, my mom has recouped all and is still making money. With her profits, she joined a higher level and also singed me up. I started receiving money and couldn't believe it works and I have to admit it's not a rip-off after all.


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  • Nov 20, 2014

Can You Really Make Money?????

I have read so much negativity about this program. After reading the brochure I am very interested in joining. Should I go for it>

  • Jan 29, 2015

Wealth For Life

I will give it a try and see how it will work for me, I got curious now and ready to start the program Wealth For Life -- Grace Beaman and as for Alliance and Infinity, I believe I will throw the flier away fast, lol

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  • Dec 5, 2014

What To Do About A Scam

If a company really is taking your money and not sending you the package of letters to mail out, as people are complaining about the Alliance Publishing Infinity program (which I have never heard of) then you should contact the proper authorities such as the office of the State Attorney General, and the United States Postal Service. Then, such a company would be put out of business. As to the post at the top of this page from someone who only reveals his name as "Gary", and who says that he has found a legitimate review of Grace Beaman's Wealth for Life program -- it turns out that it was written by him as a way to promote his Wealth Affiliate program. As usual with these schemes, it is hard to figure out what a person might be doing to earn this wealth. It has something vague to do with internet marketing, and paying a monthly membership fee. So anyone who does look up Alliance or Wealth for Life, will end up on Gary's page of vagueness. You will be one of millions of people who are trying to sell something on the internet, and getting paid for people clicking on your page -- only probably no-one will. Gary simply has not tried Grace Beaman's Program so he cannot say that she took his money and he got nothing in return. If he is so rich, and his affiliate program works so well, why does he need to ridicule someone else's program? The lowest of the low.

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  • Dec 13, 2014

Check with the BBB - Here is a link to Grace Beaman's Company

The Better Business Bureau rates Grace Beaman's company NHRI at A+, and there are no Governemtn actions or comsumer complaints against it. Do you dare to post this link?

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  • Dec 13, 2014

Alliance is not connected to Wealth For Life

I got this beautiful color brochure in the mail with a work at home opportunity, so I Googled the name of the company to find out more about it, and it brought me to this page and another one that claimed to be a review that was an advertisement for a Wealth Affiliate program. run by someone only known as "Gary."

From what I gather from Gary, with his program you have to

1. Find a "mark" such as a poor Polish imjmigrant widow who is trying to make an honest living selling a health food supplement made of herbs. and who is inviting people to invest in her mailing program. Distributors get a fee for every client their mailing brings in. Gary laughs at this because he has not product to sell.

2. Find a catchy title for your page like his colloquial and unprofessional "How Come Yer Ain't Rch Yet?" Instread of proper English. That will set the tone for your free web page from Gary. Maybe you could come up with something catchy like "How Come Y'All Are So Stupid?"

3. Piggy back your internet marketing program onto your mark's advertising system by writing a web page claiming that it is a scam -- even though you have not tried it and you have not been scammed. This will get you into the SEOs (search engines).

4. Write a lengthy bunch of libelous lies about your "mark" peppered liberally with half-truths, and distractions.

5. Ignore the fact that when you have put this individual out of business by your lies about their company, the brochures will stop and no-one will Google it and find your site.

6. Write testimonials to yourself at the end of your article, like "Thank you, Gary! I was nearly scammed!"

7. Make the positive points about this person's business sound like they are negative. "Mail order businesses only get a 1-3% response rate" That is what you want! 1% and you get your investment back, and 3% means that you triple your money!

8. List the addresses of everyone in America with the same name as the "mark" and claim that they keep moving!

Seriously, do you want to learn Internet Marketing from someone who presents as so despicable?

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  • Mar 14, 2015

Hi Gary Here

I wrote my review of Grace Beaman's Wealth for Life Scam after receiving the same brochure in the mail and doing my homework.

How it is a scam is simple, you pay Grace to mail her brochures out to get others to do the same in an endless cycle of mailing with NO ACTUAL PRODUCT!

Her Product which she sells here in the states from a server based in a foreign country is known in legitimate business circles as Unethical and smells of Tax Evasion!

I purposely did not speak about her product because I am not a professional nutritionist, but I am a professional Network and IT Security technician that has been scammed in the past.

Now I warn others by setting the record straight with the "Truth" you called libelous.

I offer legitimate folks the opportunity to follow my path to Safely Earning Online, not disappointment and broken dreams!

So WhyAintYaRichYet? dot COM

My best,


  • Feb 15, 2015

Thank you!

I received Grace's booklet but seeing the negative reviews I became skeptical. But reading your review put things in prospective thank you again.

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  • Sep 17, 2014

Yeah its a scam!!!!!!

Its a scam.....i sent out 2000 at a cost of $3,013. and got back 16 orders. Thats $1600 bucks and tried to get in touch with them and phone number tells you to go to email and the email tells you to go to the phone number. Real pieces of chit taking peoples hard earned money never mind telling the wife ANOTHER FAILURE on line. Just found out that Contemporary communications doesnt do business with them anymore.......NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Jul 28, 2014

I just signed up with Alliance Publishing for the InFinity Income Dealership Package. I received all the things they said. I am now ready to start making money. There are printing companys involved and others. I don't see how they could be a fraud.

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  • Aug 26, 2014

[email protected]

I want to know about this co. please reply

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  • Oct 28, 2014

Alliance Publishing

I PAID MY $100 over 6 weeks ago, and I am still waiting. It was supposed to come out in a week, and of course nobody answers your calls or emails

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  • Nov 13, 2014

Sadly Naive

Mr. or Ms. No Name Comment

The title says it all.

If you think you will make a dime sending out her advertisements that you pay her for the priveledge to do, and do not see how warped that thought is you are a lost and dangerous soul.

I try to never pass judgment, simply the facts...


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  • Dec 3, 2014

Another Notation frm Dumb&Bummed

Cont from Sept 27th below: I to this day never did receive anything for the $200 I spent on Alliance! All attempts at reaching someone from there have failed so next step is to report them to BBB and FTC. Use extreme caution with that Alliance program.


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  • Sep 7, 2014

Any money made yet?

Just curious to know if you have started making any money since you received your package since July 28? I received a letter to order the package. Please let me know. Thank you.

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  • Sep 27, 2014

Alliance Publishing Reviews

Hi Friends,

I'm glad to hear you had received your package and I hope its working for you. I also ordered the Infinity Income Dealership Package about a month ago and never received anything:(. I sent the two money orders as instructed but nothing! I also have no means of contacting anyone as all of the emails have autoresponders and phone number is just a voicemail. I did send a follow up letter with once again NO RESPONSE. So I guess you were lucky.


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  • Sep 11, 2014

The Dealership Package/Program is a scam

Hello… it’s a fraud, it’s a scam, and it’s a chain letter scheme. The mailing houses are making tons of money and the “sponsors” will bring in the early bucks. Just Google on Infinity Income Dealership program to read how this scheme will run its course and hundreds, or even thousands of folks will lose their $197.00 plus any fees paid to the mailing house. Of course all the folks who signed up for this “investment” scheme will tout it until the cows come home, they are hopeful that the word won’t get out and their investment will be lost.

Here is one post that shows the scam:

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  • Nov 23, 2014

Grace Beaman's Wealth for Life

I have read the so-called review of "Wealth for Life" and it does not have any solid evidence that "Wealth for Life" is a scam. Criticisms are that the initial payment cannot be by credit card. Well, I view that as a plus in her favor. I have used my credit card with other purchases and I have been scammed by being signed up for things that I did not want through my credit card. He says that she is not leaving a financial paper trail. Obviously, the accounting would be done through a business account with a bank -- not a credit card. Then he ends up his "review" with his own system, so it is not a review but an advertisement for his program. I made a calculated risk to send my $197 (in money orders) and her incentives easily covered the initial outlay. I got 13 nights in a hotel ( 7 in Hawaii, 3 in 20 USA locations, and 3 in Mexico) which easily covered the initial expense of joining, along with $500 worth of restaurant and food coupons, and some other benefits like golf club memberships at reduced rates, and $500 of coupons for Las Vegas. Grace used to be a travel agent in her far distant past so she had access to the type of companies that have these giveaways. I figured that for $197 I was getting something like the equivalent of $2,000 of incentives.

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  • Sep 13, 2014


I mailed 1000 letters and received 3 orders not 30 liked guaranteed.

Now I can't get in touch with them to get my free remail, be careful!!

My email is [email protected] if you don't believe this post.

This has nothing to do with the mailing house they are legitimate. It's Alliance

That you need to be careful of.

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  • Nov 12, 2014

Wealth For Life Grace Beaman

This is such a Fantastic Program that works for everybody. It's your own business that produces profit. Grace is a person that can be trusted. Don't listen to any skeptic complain about Grace as they never have worked her program period!

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  • Nov 13, 2014

Alliance Publishing From Russia With Love


As an American that writes reviews on Scam companies like Alliance Publishing to help folks find the truth about online activity and legitimate opportunities, & with a bit of tech background, I am very curious as to this websites motivations. ip address is on a server based about 1,000 miles north of Mongolia in the great Hinter-Land of Siberia.

You obviously understand a bit about Google and SEO, you get great SERP.

Just as I am unable to locate you precisely, I leave you the same quandary. I just adore technology.

My best,


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  • Nov 3, 2014

Same song here...

I actually did get an email response from a real person before I joined....Patricia Tate, so I trusted and joined. Now nobody answers emails anymore =( and I got zero responses from my mailing.

Live and learn. I hope I learned!

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  • Oct 31, 2014

Alliance Publishing Catherine Reece Scam

The title says it all, if you sent $$ it is probably gone.

Even if you did receive a dealership package in the mail it is a Scam Mail Order program to begin with.

Here is some tasty reading,

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  • Oct 29, 2014


I can't believe all you people got scammed. First of all, that could be anybody's picture on the book that's sent. Second, everyone of these scam artist have a personal story of how they went from rags to riches (warning sign). Third, there is no contact number to verify the validity of this company before you order so you take the risk which is stupid. Fourth if you don't check it out with the BBB before ordering it's your own fault. Fifth and last, why would you send money to a person that guarantees you will double your money back by sending letters or circulars to people that have been canvased by may others like you reaching for their dreams as well and ignoring common sense! That common sense being that most people throw away this stuff because they consider it garbage and scams. WAKE UP! No one is going to double their money on garbage chain letters!

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  • Oct 2, 2014

Watch out for SCAM!!!

Hey guys!

If you want to know about Infinity Program through Alliance Publishing contact me at [email protected] I will share my story with you. I got some HOT news!

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  • Sep 30, 2014

I got scammed also

I just filed a mail fraud claim against Aliance Publishing, they caused me to lose over $2,000

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  • Dec 13, 2014

How Come Y'All Ain't Bin Sued Yet?

I got a glossy brochure from a company that sells an herbal supplement, offering me the opportunity to invest in the mailing aspect and get a commission for every customer I get to join. I Googled the company and it brought up this page, and another page by someone called "Gary." This Gary has a very insulting tone to his writing, which is very off putting. His review of the Wealth for Life system turned out to be an advertisement for Wealthy Affiliate, which sells Internet marketing. So, after reading all of the posts it became clear that this Gary had not been "scammed" by Grace Beaman, and all of his information about her company was inaccurate, or only half true, or irrelevant. He angrily throws out information such as that her web site that is not part of this program is located in Ireland! Well, she is incorporated in Florida so her website could be on the moon and it would not be relevant! He says that her address is a strip mall. No, it is a large office complex with suites. He says that she has multiple addresses and has moved constantly. No, he has looked up every Grace Beaman in America! Just one lie, half truth and irrelevant fact should be enough to discredit everything that he claims. The Better Business Bureau has no complaints against her business.He should not be allowed to harm someone trying to do business on such vague and spurious accusations.

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