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Old 10-01-2007, 07:15 PM
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Is Max GXL a scam?

I've been looking around and came across this Max GXL. What does anyone know about this product and this Dr. Robert Keller. It reads much like the iTV
site only it only has one product and comes across as "more of a MLM scheme" than iTV.

Looks like a Scame to me.




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Old 10-03-2007, 10:24 PM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

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I've been looking around and came across this Max GXL. What does anyone know about this product and this Dr. Robert Keller. It reads much like the iTV
site only it only has one product and comes across as "more of a MLM scheme" than iTV.

Looks like a Scame to me.


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I heard they are pretty decent and i know a couple of good people with them,they are legit!



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Old 10-03-2007, 10:55 PM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

I would not trust anything that iTV is peddling.

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Old 10-04-2007, 12:17 AM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

No...MaxGXL is not a scam and it is not ITV.

But it is SickPuppy mad at me for calling him/her to the carpet about ITV Ventures.

SickPuppy is a sad case. If you want to read about our little fight...go to http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=16353&page=7

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Can anyone tell me if you can use Paypal to sign up for iTV?
And...

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I'm new to the iTV thing. I have spent the last few hours reading all the posts. Just like all the other boards it has turned into a bashing forum.

Why you all pay attention the the KT hater I will never know.

I hope I can, in the future, read some intelligent posts about what is good or bad about iTV.

Yes I have bought KT book and was let down to find that you had to go to his website to find the answers.

The iTV is about more than just his book. So lets move on.

I will be back in a couple of days and I hope to find more INFORMATION and less bickering
SickPuppy was asking questions about ITV...and wanted to know if you could join using....PayPal. Hmmmmm

Dr. Keller is the most AWESOME man you could ever meet. He really cares about his patients. If I was EVER in a position to need an immunologist, I would gladly put my life in his hands.

And Steven K. Scott (Founder), amongst his other projects...formed a company that protects kids from online porn & pedophiles.

Sounds like a real evil bunch...don't they. :eek:

As a matter of fact...here is Dr. Keller in Tanzania

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We just returned from an exciting, but very grueling trip to Tanzania, Africa. We all read about and see depictions on TV of the ravaging effects that HIV/AIDS is having on the African Continent. Whole villages are being wiped out; entire cultures are being lost, leaving behind only the very old and the defenseless, precious children. Hearing about it and watching it on TV can scarcely prepare you for what it is actually like to see and experience the crisis in person. Watching the hopeful face of a mother and young daughter as they come into the clinic to get tested for the virus, ever hopeful that they will be spared the ravages of AIDS, while the attending physician whispers to you that both mother and daughter are infected. No one on staff is in any hurry to crush the hope of this young mother and her precious daughter by breaking the news. In this place hope is a precious commodity. The tragedy is that some form of this story is being played out 10 times a minute each and every day throughout Africa.

As you may be aware, Dr. Keller has created a non toxic, inexpensive HIV/AIDS treatment that was designed specifically to address the huge HIV/AIDS crisis that exists in Africa and other 3rd world locations. These places in our world are unique in that there exists in those locations another serious threat to the immune system that pre-dates the arrival of HIV/AIDS; this disease is Malaria. More than half of those who suffer from HIV/AIDS in Africa are also co-infected with Malaria. Either disease can kill you, so you must treat both if you are to save a life. When Dr. Keller created his HIV/AIDS drug he understood this dilemma, and purposely built into his drug a highly effective treatment for Malaria as well, so we are able to treat both of these killer diseases simultaneously.

When I met Dr. Keller over four years ago, I committed myself to getting this treatment into the hands of those for whom it was created. I had no idea how I would do it, who would help me, or where to begin - I just knew it would be the most important project I would ever undertake, and no matter what, I would see it through. Since that day people have come across our path, people with skills, connections, a willingness to help, a desire to make a difference. Each and every one of the people has played a critical role in getting this project to the point it is today.

Now we are on the eve of the final leg of our journey to bring this drug to Africa, and you have the chance to lend a hand to bring a little hope back into the waiting room of another AIDS clinic, in a dusty little town you can’t find on a map.

Thank you all for your interest and support of this incredibly important project.

Warmest Regards,
Robert B. Harrison
That is who Dr. Robert Keller is SICKPuppy.

I don't need to protect Max International. the Integrity behind it...speaks for itself.

Hey SickPuppy...please go join ITV Ventures and Kevin Trudeau...you really belong together. (P.S. Don't choke on those sour grapes puppy).

Be Well Everyone!

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Old 10-04-2007, 07:47 PM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

yeah matthew i saw that in the itv ventures thread, he is just trying to downplay your company. I read about your company and havnt seen anything bad. Just one of these brainwashed itv guys trying to get back at you for showing him up.
sick puppy that isnt cool man to post about a company out of spite. I saw the commercial for itv opportunity last night and i just laughed at it.

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Old 10-05-2007, 05:52 AM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

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I would not trust anything that iTV is peddling.
I am not even sure how puppy can mix ITV and MAX in the same sentence. They are so different it is funny.

And puppy's comment "He's been looking around"...he got the link from my sig.

You lied....Bad puppy...bad...go to your bed!

This is puppy's attempt at hurting me because I said ITV is a scam. Puppy is a newbie and has failed to realize where he is.

ITV is on it's way down....

Matthew


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Old 10-26-2007, 09:05 AM
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Max International.

I had recently joined with Max International.
I personally think the product, MaxGXL is excellent.
Any comment on the product, company or its payplan.
Thanks.

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Old 01-08-2008, 04:08 PM
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Re: Max International.

In addition to the FACTS stated on post about MaxGXL, here is what Dr. John C. Nelson stated about the product and its inventor.

“This product, in my opinion,represents the single most important breakthrough in health that I will witness in my life time.

I believe it will revolutionize, change, and transform the practice of medicine world-wide and make Dr Robert Keller more famous than
Jonas Salk who created the polio vaccine.”


Dr. John C. Nelson, 159th President of the American Medical Association

I was part of Eniva and VIBE for several months and while the product is somewhat decent, it fails in comparison to MaxGXL on the beneficial effect it has on our bodies.

Log on to the site and see who is running it and then check out those individuals yourself. [affiliate link removed]

It's a beautiful thing!

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Old 01-08-2008, 04:12 PM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

Here is what Dr. John C. Nelson stated about the product and its inventor.

“This product, in my opinion,represents the single most important breakthrough in health that I will witness in my life time.

I believe it will revolutionize, change, and transform the practice of medicine world-wide and make Dr Robert Keller more famous than
Jonas Salk who created the polio vaccine.”


Dr. John C. Nelson, 159th President of the American Medical Association

I was part of Eniva and VIBE for several months and while the product is somewhat decent, it fails in comparison to MaxGXL on the beneficial effect it has on our bodies.

MaxGXL a scam...ABSOLUTELY NOT!

Log on to the site and see who is running it and then check out those individuals yourself. http://www.mangxl.com/kemyha

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Old 07-22-2008, 03:19 PM
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MaxGXL/MaxWLX - The Truth?

Anyone have the real truth behind Max International? So many things just don't add up.

Associates: please spare me the script, I've heard it so many times... quantifiable and verifiable.. blah blah.. scientifically proven.. blah blah.. its not a me2 product.. blah blah.. You all have the same 15 sentences that your up line gave you.

How can I get behind a company whose founders and heavy hitters were involved in securities fraud? I can provide details.


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Old 07-22-2008, 04:27 PM
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Re: MaxGXL/MaxWLX - The Truth?

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Anyone have the real truth behind Max International? So many things just don't add up.

Associates: please spare me the script, I've heard it so many times... quantifiable and verifiable.. blah blah.. scientifically proven.. blah blah.. its not a me2 product.. blah blah.. You all have the same 15 sentences that your up line gave you.

How can I get behind a company whose founders and heavy hitters were involved in securities fraud? I can provide details.
Let er rip! Provide all the details you care to.

Matt & other inquiring minds want to know what you've come up with, I'm sure!

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Old 07-22-2008, 05:39 PM
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Re: MaxGXL/MaxWLX - The Truth?

Ok, here goes...

First off.. if MaxGXL is a breakthrough medical technology that soon, "everyone in the world will be taking Max", then why doesn't Google News show any hits when you search for it. Its hard to believe that something thats been out for a year that is reputed to be so amazing, has not gotten picked up by a mainstream media outlet.


Here are some of the people who I've seen are involved.

Fred Ninow - founder
Steven Scott - founder
Greg Fullerton - founder
Brad Johnsen; William Tolbert; Bud Corkin; George W. Cannon; Douglas S. Simpkins; Kirk Jenkins
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ISP Services LLC; Max Software Inc.; Max International LLC; Fred Ninow; Steven K. Scott; Greg Fullerton


A software company specializing in filtering pornographic material from DVDs and the Internet allegedly duped a group of Mormons into investing $285,000 in the company, and then refused to return the funds.Greg Fullerton, manager of ISP Services, promised up to 400 percent returns and predicted that annual sales would exceed $540 million, according to a lawsuit filed against the company and its directors.

Fullerton falsely claimed that ISP had created infomercials featuring Chuck Norris and Patricia Heaton, who stars on “Everybody Loves Raymond,” and that Oprah planned to feature ISP on her show, according to the complaint.
The manager also falsely asserted that high-ranking members of the Church of the Latter Day Saints had endorsed the company, and that several Christian networks had contracted with ISP to market the corporation’s DVD players.

The “cash cow” company failed to produce any net income, however, and investors now seek $1 million in punitive damages for Fullerton’s alleged misrepresentations.According to Max International’s Web site, the defendants are now marketing a product called MaxGXL, which purportedly contains an antioxidant that detoxifies the liver and slows aging.

Causes of action: Violations of federal securities laws; fraudulent misrepresentation; breach of fiduciary duty; unjust enrichment; breach of contract
Filing counsel: Jeremy Hoffman and Richard Ensor of Young, Hoffman, Strassberg & Ensor (Salt Lake City, UT) – C.G.


Patrick Ryan - southern California heavy hitter
Jim Sweeney - diamond associate

Patrick and Jim were involved in a MLM named "BigCo-op, Inc." which recieved a desist and refrain order from the California department of Corporations ( http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&ct=re...cN2DGV2poccvSA ) for the following:

"BigCo-op, Inc., Ez2Win.Biz, James Sweeney, Patrick Ryan, Richard Hickey and Rick
Deluca also failed to disclose to investors that a prior lawsuit had been filed on February 22, 2002
against James Sweeney and BigCo-op Inc. in United States District Court for the Western District of
Washington entitled The Topline, Inc v. The Big Co-op Inc. and James Albert Sweeney, case number
CV02-0434. That suit brought by participants in the BigCo-op Inc. marketing scheme contained
causes of action for fraud and unfair competition in addition to causes of action for selling
unregistered nonexempt stock in violation of the registration requirement of Section 12(a)(1) of the
Federal Securities Act and for knowingly making material misrepresentations and ommisions in the
sale of that stock in violation of Section 12(a)(2) of the Federal Securities Act. The complaint
alleged that Albert Sweeney had intentionally misrepresented that the BigCo-op Inc. stock had been
valued in the range of $200,000,000 by an independent auditor and that individual shares were valued
at $20-40 per share when in fact the “stock was essentially worthless at all times.” That suit also
alleged that the stock was promised to participants in return for bringing in new members and that
monthly payments for membership fees continued to be deducted automatically from members
accounts by BigCo-op, Inc. even after BigCo-op, Inc.’s website had been shut down for several
months in 2001 preventing members from engaging in any profit making from their participation in
the multilevel marketing program

Also, If you've met Patrick Ryan you know his whole life story, which sounds so ridiculous that it may be true. He claims he has an eighth grade education and that he was adopted by Jim Sweeney, who helped him make his first million by 19.

But how does that explain...
http://web.archive.org/web/200406051...management.asp
"Patrick has been closer to the formation of the BigCo-op concept than any other one person other than Mr. J. Albert Sweeney. Having been born, raised and educated in a computer-based world he understands the present-day position of the Internet in everyday life and like a "Silicon Valley Wonder Boy" he thrives on innovation and futuristic thinking. Patrick's responsibilities range from investor relations to general management while serving as the "right-hand-man" to the CEO."

Now, when taking a look at Jim Sweeneys website.. http://web.archive.org/web/200510300...e-journey.html

There is no mention of Patrick or any adoption.. interesting...

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Old 08-26-2008, 10:07 AM
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Re: MaxGXL/MaxWLX - The Truth?

All I can tell you is that I use the product and I feel the results of MaxGXL. I'm not talking about from a financial prospective, but just from a health point of view. And trust me, I've tried a lot of health and wellness companies in the MLM industry (Xango and Goyin to name a few) and neither one work as well as this product, nor are they as cheap. So regardless of whatever type of bad investments Greg Fullerton and the other founders did in the past, they're marketing a product that works.

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Old 11-18-2008, 02:44 PM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

Max GXL is not a scam BUT it's definitely not a superior product. The company is trying to become Univera, but they just don't have the capital, resources or team to ever become them. It's just like all these other computer companies trying to be Microsoft. They may have some good products but just can't compete at that level.

Max GXL is a good product to take, but I wouldn't waste my time with the business side of it because after about 3-4 years of hard work, the company will probably be gone.

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Old 11-18-2008, 02:52 PM
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Max GXL is not a scam BUT it's definitely not a superior product. The company is trying to become Univera, but they just don't have the capital, resources or team to ever become them. It's just like all these other computer companies trying to be Microsoft. They may have some good products but just can't compete at that level.

Max GXL is a good product to take, but I wouldn't waste my time with the business side of it because after about 3-4 years of hard work, the company will probably be gone.
Sorry my friend...But I disagree with you.

We now have 3 products (4 soon) and all are the top of the line.

MaxGXL is incredible.

Matthew

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Old 11-19-2008, 08:48 PM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

Not clinically tested.

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Old 11-19-2008, 09:06 PM
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Not clinically tested.
As a matter of "yes" it was.

http://www.sozomax.com/docs/glutathione_study.pdf

All of our products have been.

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Old 11-22-2008, 07:18 PM
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Re: Is Max GXL a scam?

well..i tried this overhyped product and guess what...it didn't do a damn thing. Got my wife and two other family members to take it to no avail....SCAM.


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