Recently, a post shared by Lovely Rose Jocson Dela Cruz on her Facebook timeline will make you ask, is AIM Global insurance a scam?
In the shared post, a niece of an OFW called out Aim Global for not helping her Overseas Filipino Worker uncle who had an accident in Saudi Arabia.
The niece of the OFW was asking the Aim Global Networking Company for their promised insurance for their members.
Furthermore, the niece said that before her uncle had an accident, he got promoted for a higher rank in Aim Global because his good at sales talks.
Aim Global refused to help the OFW
In addition, the OFW’s niece condemned the Aim Global for not helping his uncle and refusing to release insurance.
According to her, the Aim Global refused to release his uncle’s insurance for a reason that their insurance’s subject is only within the territory of the Philippines. Well, what’s the use of their name Global, Aim Global for that matter, if they only focus within the Philippines?
And that’s not all, even before the accident, the said OFW is used to import products from Aim Global using his own salary to market in Saudi Arabia.
Imagine how much money he contributed to Aim Global and how happy his uplines could be? And when he needs them the most, they refused to help him?
The Netizens different reactions
One commented, that instead of ranting on Facebook, the family should go to the Alliance in Motion Global office and file all the necessary documents to get the insurance.
But one disagrees with the comment and said that the family might have gone through the process and rant on Facebook because they got no response from the company.
Meanwhile, the victim is already in Manila. We hope that whatever the misunderstanding between the investment company and the family could be resolved. And that Aim Global be able to help their member.