Allied Electrolysis Supply
This disreputable company is one of several hair removal scams marketing extensively on the web.
Allied Electrolysis Supply should be avoided by all consumers.
This company was also called Allied Distributors and as of 2002 operates as Global Electrolysis Supply.
In 1999, an angry consumer in Oklahoma had compiled an online collection of consumer complaints against Aavexx Electrolysis/Allied Distributors, and kept updating it through the time they changed their name to Allied Electrolysis Supply. When she began to get harassed about her page, she took it down to avoid their threats.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration lists consumers who received a facial injury using Liquid Electrolysis
1999 Annual Report of complaints (file 08295 13-APR-1999)
2000 Annual Report of complaints (file 08437 06-JAN-2000)
From a consumer complaint site:
I have been ripped off by Allied Electrolysis Supply. Not only do they provide bad customer service, but their products don’t work. The product they sold to me looks like someone just stuck a label printed by computer just to give it a name. The product stopped working after 2 weeks of use. I have tried calling them, but staff doesn’t answer my questions. I asked them for a mailing address…staff’s reply was "I was’t given that information."
— Lourdes Banuelos, CA
This company currently operates as Global Electrolysis Supply. Their name may change, but the complaints about their products and business practices never change.
Follow this link for many more consumer complaints about this company