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One 24Jusuru and ViSalus as scams.
Writing about ASEA is long overdue. So why am I writing about this now? One came in the form of a comment on my Juice Scam website. The other came from my friend J.
Money who created Budgets Are Sexy. In fact, Truth in Advertising notes: Not only are distributors making dubious claims but TINA.
Thousands of distributors are marketing MLM products to treat or cure diseases, with many relying on wildly inappropriate health testimonials to market their wares and the business opportunity. Yep, I wanted to check out the article.
Money took the article down. Anticipating that might happen, I grabbed a screenshot so you can follow along with this. Here are some notes I made in reading that guest article from Asea distributor Cil Burke: Typical pitch on how this helped family, neighbor, or friend — All the MLM products that I mentioned above have this in common.
Made of cells not organs — The author wrote: You can get down to individual elements if you want. In fact it could get you a nasty letter like this one.
Specifically that mentions the problems with supplements claiming that it can reduce blood pressure. Of particular note is how the warning letter calls out the disease claims in testimonials saying specifically: That leaves advertisers with two choices: As a commenter on another blog points out: When I searched patents for the company, Medical Discoveries, Inc, only 7 came upso I am also not sure where the other claimed 23 or 20 patents are.The evaluation of an offeror's past performance, including the agency's determination of the relevance of an offeror's performance history and the weight to be assigned to a subcontractor's past performance, is a matter of agency discretion, which we will not find improper unless it is inconsistent with the solicitation's evaluation criteria.
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