Posted on 06/10/2021 at 01:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

The Alliance of Independent Authors has received an increased number of complaints about Pearson Media Group.

The company operates under more than a dozen aliases, according to ALLi, but the results are all the same: poorer authors with nothing to show for their investments.

ALLi explains why it has assigned Pearson Media Group a Watchdog Advisory — its most severe level of rating —  in a post on its blog.

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I lost $2000 to ronnie@pearsonmediagroup.com for my published book of scripts - SPIKEY'S POINTS!! The musical was performed extensively throughout Manitoba Canada schools, churches, and the Winnipeg FRINGE festival. Due to public demand, I later followed up with an illustrated chapter book, published by Premier Printing in Winnipeg. I was called to say my book was chosen for an animated children's tv series! Not my lawyer friend or any of my family saw through this! Ronnie told me my book was chosen because there are so many violent cartoons out there not appropriate for children. He had all the time in the world to talk to me. I fell hook, line, and sinker. Spikey is a porcupine with mostly good points. He is ostracized for his appearance and naive thinking. Spikey teaches us about love, acceptance, and inclusion. I too have now suffered for being naive. I hope this comment prevents another victim from falling into this trap.
Joy Winter-Schmidt | 08/11/2021 at 11:28 AM
I have been contacted by a person called Markus he claimed to be from Pearson media group. He proposed that they are going to sponsor my book for movie adaptaion if only I can pay them upfront $3000 three thousands. I am having my doubts about this company please advice Best Bahar Arabie
Bahar Arabie | 06/12/2021 at 02:30 PM
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