A commenter to our blog was kind enough to share this information:
Yes, people have contacted the Glendora police department. Please get in touch with Lt. Tim Staab at the Glendora Police Department. Here is his email:
We were able to get a partial refund of $2500 after calling both the Glendora Police Department AND the FBI. We have still lost more than $10,000 in dealing with Allison Layton.
You are correct. She does live in a million dollar home that she recently purchased and her husband’s name is Kevin. It has been a year since we gave her our life savings and it took most of the year to get some of our money back. I wanted to throw myself in front of an AmTrak train after dealing with this woman. She is pure evil. She set us back a year in becoming parents. We are finally recovering enough emotionally to arrange a surrogacy in India…..
Posted by StillNotAMom | November 2, 2011, 11:56 am
I also wanted to mention that the $65,000 deposit we gave her never got deposited into the Allison McCluskey Escrow Agency account as stipulated in our contracted. It stayed in an account that was controlled by Allison Layton personally. That is why it took almost a year to get back $55,000 of the $65,000 we deposited.
PLEASE call or email Lt. Tim Staab of the Glendora Police Department. At the time we contacted him (about a year ago) he couldn’t do much because we were the first complaint. We are forever grateful to him for helping us retrieve $2500 of our money.
Posted by StillNotAMom | November 2, 2011, 12:01 pm
For those that have been victimized by Miracles, I encourage you to contact the Glendora Police Department at your earliest convenience. It would not come as a surprise to me to learn that Ms. Layton is planning on leaving Southern California. Consequently, it would behoove you to protect your rights and assert whatever remedies you have before that occurs.