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Old 04-12-2010, 06:57 AM
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It looks like Scammer Matthew Adams took down that post SoapBox Mom! The link goes no where and there is only one post for March 6 (something else entirely) LOL. Guess there was too much BS in it for even Matty Adams.
I think that was just a big serve of "wishful thinking"

The good Mr Adams was just hoping and praying someone would think he was important enough to impersonate.

As if anyone would need to manufacture evidence against someone of his type, anyway.

He does a perfectly good job of convicting himself without the need for any outside interference.

Imagine how boring life would be without the likes of Matthew Adams and his band of merry MLMers to entertain us all.
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Old 04-12-2010, 09:06 AM
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I think that was just a big serve of "wishful thinking"

The good Mr Adams was just hoping and praying someone would think he was important enough to impersonate.

As if anyone would need to manufacture evidence against someone of his type, anyway.

He does a perfectly good job of convicting himself without the need for any outside interference.

Imagine how boring life would be without the likes of Matthew Adams and his band of merry MLMers to entertain us all.
Here's one I found on another forum from our good Matthew. Keep in mind that this was testimony of Max. And as we know, he's on to another bigger and better supplement company.

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Hey Zero,

I don't need to read articles about how supplementation helps. I have seen it not only with my own body...but that of my wife & children. A MAJOR difference.

I am not sure where you are getting your information from...but you may want to check it's credibility.

Be Well!!

P.S. If my company decided to stop paying me...I would continue to take the product...it's results have saved my son's life.

Matthew
The "major difference" he mentions must be that he and his wife are both very overweight. I didn't know supplements caused you to gain that much weight. Oh yeah, plus Max saved his son's life.
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Old 04-14-2010, 12:38 AM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

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Here's one I found on another forum from our good Matthew. Keep in mind that this was testimony of Max. And as we know, he's on to another bigger and better supplement company.



The "major difference" he mentions must be that he and his wife are both very overweight. I didn't know supplements caused you to gain that much weight. Oh yeah, plus Max saved his son's life.
My oh my, how things have deteriorated since I last looked in on this debate. You and mumma, (soap box mum) and at least one other who I just can not be bothered going back to check for a name, have successfully turned turned this site into your own personel lavatory and I bet you're all the types who would write on the walls there too.
Not that you are likely to recieve this but I will say it anyway,"you should all be ashamed of yourselves".It seems to me that between times spent massaging your own egos and running others down that you have erred from the whole point of the debate, or perhaps you've just revealed your true intentions.

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Old 04-14-2010, 09:34 AM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

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My oh my, how things have deteriorated since I last looked in on this debate. You and mumma, (soap box mum) and at least one other who I just can not be bothered going back to check for a name, have successfully turned turned this site into your own personel lavatory and I bet you're all the types who would write on the walls there too.
Not that you are likely to recieve this but I will say it anyway,"you should all be ashamed of yourselves".It seems to me that between times spent massaging your own egos and running others down that you have erred from the whole point of the debate, or perhaps you've just revealed your true intentions.
I am not ashamed of myself. Matthew Adams continually promoted Max GXL as a cure-all and wonder drug. That is your typical MLM hype. Then he flees Max and promotes another MLM and in the process decides to hassle SBM with posts on his blog and emails. As a matter of fact, Matthew even stated that SBM, yodaattone, and even myself are one in the same person. Not so. Turnabouts is fair play. He's your typical MLMer that goes from one "great opportunity" to the next one and spreading lies along the way. Fair enough or haven't you read the entire last page of this thread?
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Old 04-15-2010, 02:43 PM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

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I am not ashamed of myself. Matthew Adams continually promoted Max GXL as a cure-all and wonder drug. That is your typical MLM hype. Then he flees Max and promotes another MLM and in the process decides to hassle SBM with posts on his blog and emails. As a matter of fact, Matthew even stated that SBM, yodaattone, and even myself are one in the same person. Not so. Turnabouts is fair play. He's your typical MLMer that goes from one "great opportunity" to the next one and spreading lies along the way. Fair enough or haven't you read the entire last page of this thread?
As a matter of fact I have read the entire content on this site, all 21 pages before making any comment.
I think you should take your personel squabbles elsewhere, if I wanted to know what Matthew had to say about you guys I would go to the site where he is saying those things and that is where you should be posting your comments, or are you all too afraid of another forum where you have no control over who is banned and who is not.
I say leave the guy alone whatever your opinion of his personel and family life may be, I stand by all I stated in my last post.
I do hope those who have come to
(Is Max GLX a scam) for more legitimate reasons will be able to sift through all this nonsense and make sound decisions concerning the suppliment or business before it deterorates even further, if such a thing is possible.


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Old 04-17-2010, 02:37 PM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

I'm confused.

Why wouldn't somebody rather by a 30-day supply of Setria™ Glutathione (L-glutathione reduced) 250 MG with CoQ10 (ubiquinone) naturally fermented 100MG from VitaCost for just $15.81 cents?

Why spend so much more for Max?

(I've looked up Setria and they have a lot of research involved and it's a brand many trust. It's what I take now. No, I don't sell it! lol.)

I am not anti MLM. In fact, I'm involved with Nuriche, and have been looking into Max for a glutathione supplement until I found Setria.

In my opinion, any good (MLM) product should be able to stand on it's own competitively in the regular market-place, quality-wise and price-wise without an opportunity attached.

That's where most MLM's fall down and ruin their reputations in the eyes of most people. Not many companies exist that meet this standard.

Unless there were significant independent trials for Max's product, it's pretty tough to justify spending $50 more (each month) for a product to do the same thing as Setria does ... raise glutathione levels.

I don't know how a distributor could sell Maxgxl in good conscience knowing another competitive product does the same thing for so much less. I'd personally feel I was ripping people off if I sold Max.

That's basically what I see critics objecting to. They feel too many people sacrifice their integrity in order to profit for themselves.

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Old 04-18-2010, 11:48 AM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

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As a matter of fact I have read the entire content on this site, all 21 pages before making any comment.
I think you should take your personel squabbles elsewhere, if I wanted to know what Matthew had to say about you guys I would go to the site where he is saying those things and that is where you should be posting your comments, or are you all too afraid of another forum where you have no control over who is banned and who is not.
I say leave the guy alone whatever your opinion of his personel and family life may be, I stand by all I stated in my last post.
I do hope those who have come to
(Is Max GLX a scam) for more legitimate reasons will be able to sift through all this nonsense and make sound decisions concerning the suppliment or business before it deterorates even further, if such a thing is possible.
Michael, you've had since Dec. 13, 2009 to make a decision. Have you read the Max site? Do you believe the testimonials? As for hype, if you believe that then join. Please report back with how the supplements cured your friend's cancer, how much weight they lost, and how much energy they had from taking these supplements. And also tell us how much money you lost.
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Old 04-18-2010, 10:00 PM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

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I'm confused.

Why wouldn't somebody rather by a 30-day supply of Setria™ Glutathione (L-glutathione reduced) 250 MG with CoQ10 (ubiquinone) naturally fermented 100MG from VitaCost for just $15.81 cents?

Why spend so much more for Max?

(I've looked up Setria and they have a lot of research involved and it's a brand many trust. It's what I take now. No, I don't sell it! lol.)

I am not anti MLM. In fact, I'm involved with Nuriche, and have been looking into Max for a glutathione supplement until I found Setria.

In my opinion, any good (MLM) product should be able to stand on it's own competitively in the regular market-place, quality-wise and price-wise without an opportunity attached.

That's where most MLM's fall down and ruin their reputations in the eyes of most people. Not many companies exist that meet this standard.

Unless there were significant independent trials for Max's product, it's pretty tough to justify spending $50 more (each month) for a product to do the same thing as Setria does ... raise glutathione levels.

I don't know how a distributor could sell Maxgxl in good conscience knowing another competitive product does the same thing for so much less. I'd personally feel I was ripping people off if I sold Max.

That's basically what I see critics objecting to. They feel too many people sacrifice their integrity in order to profit for themselves.

Wayne Froemke
"That's basically what I see critics objecting to. They feel too many people sacrifice their integrity in order to profit for themselves."

I think you've provided a good summary.

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Old 04-19-2010, 03:23 AM
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Wayne,
MaxGXL is NOT glutathione. It is a formulation that allows the body to produce more of it's own glutathione....much more than any product on the market to date. It was awarded a composition patent because of it's effectiveness. You would find it extremely difficult to find any other supplement that had this type of patent because the normally go to pharmaceutical drugs.
When you take glutathione tablets, whatever brand, most is lost in digestion and while some may get into your bloodstream, the molecules cannot get into the cells. They're too large. It's the intracellular glutathione that produces so many benefits to the body.
The human clinical study showed that MaxGXL increased glutathione levels an average of 292% in the lymphocytes after 60 days. It also DECREASED TNF (inflammation marker) by over 40% and increased DHEA and IGF-1 (Age related hormone markers) each over 40%.
Here is the study from Dr. Daria Davidson's site - http://r.b5z.net/i/u/10062314/i/MaxGXLAbstract.pdf
By the way, Dr. Daria is double board certified and ran a level one trauma center for 12 years and is a former president of the American Heart Association. Very sharp physician who feels that MaxGXL is the most significant supplement she'll see in her lifetime.
I'd recommend that you do further research.

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Old 04-19-2010, 03:58 AM
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If you are taking glutathione orally it isn't getting inside your cells. It gets destroyed in your gut. Check it out, it is a fact. Of course you can go into any health food store and buy glutathione for $15 and take it. But it can't do for you what Max GXL can do for you. For those people who say they can't feel anything, well how many people take a multi-vitamin every day - are they feeling that? It is just that the education of the masses isn't there yet, they have not heard of glutathione and don't know it's importance to the body, but that will come. Even if I didn't notice the results myself of what MaxGXL was doing for me, the proof is there. The company has proven their product works. In fact Max won't release a product until they can prove it does what they say it does. There is no competition for Max products, nor will there be.

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Old 04-19-2010, 10:42 PM
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Michael, you've had since Dec. 13, 2009 to make a decision. Have you read the Max site? Do you believe the testimonials? As for hype, if you believe that then join. Please report back with how the supplements cured your friend's cancer, how much weight they lost, and how much energy they had from taking these supplements. And also tell us how much money you lost.
Your answer may be construed by some that, 1...I have a friend with cancer, 2... that I have been supplying this friend with Max and that 3..."they'' are overweight and lacking energy, Seems you are manufacturing quite a little fantasy here. For the record, I do not have such a friend Or "friends" which ever you appear to be implying. Neither have I at any time sold max to any individual for any reason whatsoever nor have I made any claims that it would help in any way with either cancer or weight loss and I haven't lost any money, hope this answers all of your questions, though I don't like your style.

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Old 04-25-2010, 03:29 AM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

It doesn't matter to me whether a supplement is glutathione or not. All I care about is the end result. Does the product or food result in more glutathione in my cells?

Apparently some Max associates are going as far as saying that oral glutathione doesn't absorb into the cells. I think this is misleading or else they are just unknowingly incorrect.

Here's a video which addresses that (along with some other good videos on the subject) ...

LATEST VIDEO: Debunking the Oral Glutathione Absorption Myth by Dr. Harry Demopoulos, MD

http://www.kyowa-usa.com/multimedia/nutritionals

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Old 04-25-2010, 08:49 AM
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Why would you post a link to a video that requires me to sign in and give my personal information to a supplement company in order to view it?

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Old 04-25-2010, 07:53 PM
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Why would you post a link to a video that requires me to sign in and give my personal information to a supplement company in order to view it?
Sorry. I have nothing to do with that company so I didn't make that policy. So if somebody wants the info, they will have to give a name and email. Why not just give a fake one? It's no big deal.

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Oh my a supplements guru sues over his own product‎... Keep peddling the supplements for profit without knowing the end results you MLMers aka Scammers in training...
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...ntssuit01.html

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Mr. Meltdown, who bailed from Max, left me a love note on my site: www.advantageconferencestruth.com. For my fellowscambusters, check out his Facebook page. The dear boy is friends with many of the scammers on this forum including a prominent one involved in the slam site about me. What a charming bunch of goons! He must be losing it after stopping the daily Max regimen!

Soapboxmom
It gets even better.... Check him out on as well as plugging the $7 Billion Dollar NetWorker University site: http://www.7bdnu.com/cgi-bin/d.cgi/matthew/team.html or http://www.matthewadams.biz/wordpress/?cat=7

All this coming from a man that lives in a *cheap rental apartment... this guy is what makes the MLM industry such a joke!!!

Financial & Business Advise from a renter in this apartment complex are... You can not be serious!!!
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(address found through the WhoIs Database relating to his domain names. I only hope those contemplating going into anything with him have the knowledge on how to do the same)

Matthew Adams
"The elevator to success is out of order. You'll have to use the stairs... one step at a time"

Since becoming a part of the Network Marketing Industry over 25 years ago...Matthew has been designing websites for leaders in the NetWork Marketing industry.

Once a professional actor (25 years)...Matthew was intrigued by residual income. To his surprise, Network Marketing was a perfect fit. The income potential was unlimited as was the resource to develop friendships.

Matthew currently lives in Savannah, Georgia with his wife Michelle, their three children. He is building his own Great Network Marketing Business and teaching others how to become the CEO of their own lives.

*cheap- term found in the reviews for the complex


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Old 05-02-2010, 09:00 AM
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It gets even better.... Check him out on as well as plugging the $7 Billion Dollar NetWorker University site: http://www.7bdnu.com/cgi-bin/d.cgi/matthew/team.html or http://www.matthewadams.biz/wordpress/?cat=7

All this coming from a man that lives in a *cheap rental apartment... this guy is what makes the MLM industry such a joke!!!

Financial & Business Advise from a renter in this apartment complex are... You can not be serious!!!
Google Maps
(address found through the WhoIs Database relating to his domain names. I only hope those contemplating going into anything with him have the knowledge on how to do the same)

Matthew Adams
"The elevator to success is out of order. You'll have to use the stairs... one step at a time"

Since becoming a part of the Network Marketing Industry over 25 years ago...Matthew has been designing websites for leaders in the NetWork Marketing industry.

Once a professional actor (25 years)...Matthew was intrigued by residual income. To his surprise, Network Marketing was a perfect fit. The income potential was unlimited as was the resource to develop friendships.

Matthew currently lives in Savannah, Georgia with his wife Michelle, their three children. He is building his own Great Network Marketing Business and teaching others how to become the CEO of their own lives.

*cheap- term found in the reviews for the complex
Ugh.. not that anyone is perfect including me.. but Matty Adams is one very dysfunctional human being. To think he is "training" others is rather scary. His twitter is broken too.

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Old 05-03-2010, 12:31 AM
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Oh my a supplements guru sues over his own product‎... Keep peddling the supplements for profit without knowing the end results you MLMers aka Scammers in training...
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...ntssuit01.html
My what a long bow you draw, now perhaps you can tell me how many people in your country die each year from the use of properly prescribed drugs.
I can tell you that it exceeds by far those that for some odd reason make the headlines, ie deaths by suppliments. Not so exciting though is it, and I imagine it's much easier to go with the flow and have the support of so many rather than to be an independant thinker.


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