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Major Scam-what to do next?
I have also been a victim of a gentleman call Philip Eve in London. He approached our pharmacy in december 12. He wanted us to be 'approved suppliers' of medicines for people in homes of the TW3/TW4/TW5 region. He guranteed me 180 referrals or my money back. I am determined to get my money back as they have not honoured thier side of the contract and the gentleman from the company has not been contactable since. I have also read the 12 month notice to cancel and have already e-mailed the company to terminate the contract. I may notify the pharmacuetical society of this scam and perhaps other papers. Any ideas from where to go from here?
Report this review By Anish shah 10/05/2013
Approved Care Homes-Do not deal with this Company!!
Unfortunately we appear to be one of Danny's victims. My partner has a butcher's shop and Danny did a very convincing hard sell about how we would get to supply a group of local care homes. We paid £456 to have an ad in the supplier's directory last August; since then we have heard nothing, and calls, emails and registered letters requesting the return of our money have had no response. I'm currently in discussion with Trading Standards as to how best to take this further. Please learn from our mistake and avoid this company like the plague!
Report this review By N Cluett 21/02/2013
Approved Care Homes
Same as above. If its too good to be true, it must be a scam. I was also approached by Danny boy
Report this review By M Tanveer 31/01/2013
Beware All Pharmacies from these scammers!!
I recently had a visit from one of the salespersons from approved care homes called Danny Johnson. They wanted us to be 'approved suppliers' of medicines for the people they refer for an admin fee of £400 + VAT per postcode we select to cater. He even 'guaranteed' me at least 350+ patients every year from each postcode I select or my money back! when it sounds too good to be true it generally is. when he removed a copy of contract, i realised straight away it was a scam! the contract paper and it terms and conditions speak nothing about the company or work they do. it is meant for a lousy advert in their lousy magazine! when I quizzed him on that he said, its illegal for them to charge for referrals hence it was worded for the advert. And guess what, the contract is final and binding and you cant cancel it. it also requires 12 months notice to cancel otherwise it rolls over automatically. That day Danny boy would have bend backwards to get my cheque but I told him it was game over and showed him the door. But he showed me the cheques from other pharmacies in my area who had been conned. I hope other service providers read this before they are fooled.
Report this review By Abbas Roowala 24/01/2013
Approved Care Homes - Total Scam!
Care homes and local businesses beware! These charlatans claim to be a placement agency, finding occupants for care homes when in fact they roam the country taking their money, only for the care homes never to hear from them again, let alone find a resident. They also target businesses, claiming to have had several meetings with the care home owners to find out what services they would find useful in a lever arch directory they were producing to be left in the care homes for ease of use. Once again, ACH disappear with suppliers' money and either do not produce a directory at all or cobble together something cheap and nasty, which is of no interest to anyone at all. Caroline James Canterbury Wills www.canterburywills.co.uk
Report this review By Caroline James 06/12/2012
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