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Monday, February 17, 2020 Scam Reviews Alert

I recently found out that Alertacall Ltd, located at 45 Crescent Road, Windermere, LA23 1BL UK, is a business scam. I tried to contact them by phone (0808 208 1234) and by email to no avail.

According to Scamadviser and several other scam surveilling websites, there is a rising number of customer complaints reviews within the past year about Alertacall. The device equipped with OKEachDay button frequently encounters technical glitches, thereby depriving customers of the critical required services. Environmental sensors that monitor home temperature and humidity to within the desired conditions have at times failed to give accurate readings, leading to residents experiencing stress and discomfort. Instances have been reported of failure to check on elderly clients who forget to dial-in for "well-being checks," of which 2 chronically-ill elderly have been found dead in their homes. And, medication and appointment schedules have at times been missed due to Clever Contact failing to send prompts in a timely manner.

It appears that there is a glaring gap between Alertacall's promised services and its actual services rendered. Many clients, particularly the elderly with chronic health issues and needs, are led to believe that Alertacall's OKEachDay technology is an efficient and effective remote health care monitoring device, when clearly many issues have yet to be resolved. Finally, for a monthly fee of £16.99 (exc. VAT) and a £30 phone deposit (exc. VAT), there are other telehealthcare companies that offer the same services for a much cheaper price.

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  1. Alertacall Ltd located in the UK has been reported to be a scam. Several scam surveilling websites and customer reviews have reported technical glitches and inaccuracies with their services. Elderly clients with chronic health issues and needs, who rely on Alertacall's OKEachDay technology, have reported instances of missed medication and appointment schedules, and failure to check on clients who forget to dial-in for "well-being checks". Two chronically-ill elderly clients have been found dead in their homes due to the failure of Alertacall's services. Alertacall has been misleading clients into believing that their OKEachDay technology is an efficient and effective remote health care monitoring device. For a monthly fee of £16.99 and a £30 phone deposit, it is advised to avoid doing business with Alertacall and to look for other telehealthcare companies that offer cheaper and reliable services.


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