My name is Dr. Allison Haughton-Green and I am a board certified physician that practices in Orlando Florida. I am attempting to get a refund for the $807.95 I paid Internal Association of Healthcare Professionals on May 14, 2014. I was solicited by IAHCP. Tricia Hayes called me on May 14, 2014. I have proof of that from my answering service. She committed 5 grievous acts: 1.She sold me a product and service over the phone without disclosing to me that all sales are final 2.She charged my credit card for one lump sum payment of $807.95 instead of the 2 amounts we agreed upon $ 3. She did not return 2 of my telephone calls where I left her a voicemail asking her to call me back because I had not received any documentation from IAHCP. 4. When I filed a complaint with Capital One, Tricia Haynes did not use email, USP, Fed Ex, USPS, all standard methodologies to ensure I received the information promised to me. 5.Instead of treating me like a customer, they insult me by stating I have buyers remorse. .
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