Distributor Ian Reid Marketing MonaVie Illegally on Facebook

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[Note: Another anonymous source has pointed me towards some information that is being spread on Facebook… I appreciate all the help people…]

Though this person is careful not to mention the name “MonaVie” (see the final paragraph, “You will notice that i do not disclose the name of the product”) it is clear by the “19 different fruit juices” that the juice he is writing about is MonaVie.

Here are some of illegal lies that he tells:

  • “clinically proven to fight cancer, heart disease, arthritis pain and improve energy levels” (it not clinically proven to do any of the above)
  • “clinically proven and recognized in medical journals around the world.” (it is not either of the two)
  • “this product will help our parents and families to live a higher quality of life.” (this is an unproven lie)

So go read it here. Better yet, send him a message on Facebook that not mentioning the product’s name doesn’t grant him amnesty. Or… just give him a call and tell him that he’s breaking the law.

“Could This Juice Really Work”

“First of all, I’m on it and I feel great.

So there’s this juice right…

The product is a blended fruit juice whose components are clinically proven to fight cancer, heart disease, arthritis pain and improve energy levels, to name a few.

I started drinking it daily about a month ago and i honestly feel better. Im sleeping better, i have more energy. What’s also incredible is the number of positive testimonials i have received in the short time that i have been distributing this juice. Friends and family alike are benefiting from this product.

The juice is a blend of 19 different fruit juices all formulated to create an extremely potent combination of antioxidants, phyto-nutrients and an arms length list of other goodies. The big hitter of the 19 fruits is the Acai berry, which I’m sure you’ve heard of. This berry is found in the rain forests of Brazil and is famous for its incredible antioxidant properties.

This juice has been clinically proven to improve one’s quality of life and the testimonials are incredible. Of course you’ve seen T.V. testimonials from other products and I know there are some D grade actors mixed in there, but, when its people you know and care about that are receiving real life changing benefits from drinking this juice, you really start to think.

Most of the people I’m sending this message to are 25-35 years old and may not be facing many of these problems, but we all have family that would benefit from trying it out.

You can’t buy it in stores. It is only available via direct selling or network marketing. Those of you skeptical of multi level management companies I understand…as soon as you see a payment structure in the shape of a pyramid; you think it’s a scam. The difference with this one is that there is an actual product that not only works, but is also clinically proven and recognized in medical journals around the world.

You can’t deny that society is shifting towards the healthy side. It’s been shifting for the past few years now, we all see it, and so do the markets. The health and wellness industry is slated to become the next trillion-dollar industry.

This is E-Z talking here and I’m not trying to scam you…I’m caring about you and wanting you to seriously consider trying this product and maybe even getting involved in this company. If you think your feeling great and eat a balanced diet and don’t need to drink it that’s fine, but this product will help our parents and families to live a higher quality of life.

P.S.
Did I come on too strong?

You will notice that i do not disclose the name of the product….its not a secret…I am simply not allowed as a distributor to openly promote this product using marketing medium such as facebizzy…so if you would like to know more about this product please call join this group or call/email me.

250-661-3451
250-590-7698
[email protected]

Originally posted 2010-07-13 21:31:54. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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7 Responses to “Distributor Ian Reid Marketing MonaVie Illegally on Facebook”
  1. Mackwiz Says:

    “Clincally proven” doesn’t mean anything, and can be easily used to misled someone.

    The scam product Lipozene:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lipozene

    http://www.dietresearch.com/diet-reviews/lipozene/

    is advertised as a “clincally proven” way to lose body fat. Turns out the pills (that come in slickly designed packages to look prescription grade) are pretty much just fiber, which you can get pounds of for the same price. Sure, fiber can help you loose body fat, but a prune can do the same job for less than the 30 bucks that this product costs.

    Sounds very familiar to another product, doesn’t it?

    That was the first and hopefully last scam I fell for. If you remember the Lipozene commericals from 2006-2007, they were very slick and definitely put one over on me. I ended up in a battle getting them to stop charging my credit card.

    What angers me most about MonaVie is the claims being made by distributors (whom the company conviently cannot control) about insomnia, depression, arthitis, etc. That is irresponsible and dangerous.

  2. Hellraiser Says:

    JS,
    Thanks for exposing another deceitful MV distributor making the same old illegal health claims.

    Ian makes at least one other illegal (untrue) statement in the news section below his main comments:
    “13 servings of fruit in recommended daily dose (4floz)”

    We all know that Ian should have said that MV has “the *approximate antioxidant capacity* of 5-13 servings of [low-ORAC] fruits (such as watermelon).” But MV does not even equal the antioxidant capacity of even one apple, prune, or a cup of blueberries.

    I’m sure that his comments regarding the Acai berry are also untrue:
    “The Acai berry is the only complete whole food in the world, if you were stranded on a deserted island and could eat only the Acai, you would show no sign of malnutrition.”

    He also sets the reader up to infer health claims by discussing cancer and other diseases in the news section also.

    Ian’s fraudulent behavior should qualify him for a different kind of bonus: A distributor pink slip (immediate termination) and a fine from the FTC and FDA.

  3. Vogel Says:

    “The Acai berry is the only complete whole food in the world, if you were stranded on a deserted island and could eat only the Acai, you would show no sign of malnutrition.”

    Oh how I wish the distributors would test theories like this on themselves!

  4. Mackwiz Says:

    “Those of you skeptical of multi level management companies I understand…as soon as you see a payment structure in the shape of a pyramid; you think it’s a scam. The difference with this one is that there is an actual product that not only works, but is also clinically proven and recognized in medical journals around the world.”

    You know, because the skeptics just can’t see a good deal when it’s in a pyramid.

  5. Lugia Says:

    “The Acai berry is the only complete whole food in the world, if you were stranded on a deserted island and could eat only the Acai, you would show no sign of malnutrition.”

    Oh how I wish the distributors would test theories like this on themselves!”

    Sure. I’d test the theory any day. Just because one distributor caused a huge mess up and lied doesn’t mean you should talk down the business. There’s always some mess up somewhere in any business, but you’d really have to have legit information these days to prove things right. I love monavie with everything in me: so I feel.

  6. MonaVie Scam Says:

    Read the site, Lugia. It’s a lot more than one distributor. A lot more.

  7. MadScientistMatt Says:

    When one distributor lies, that could be seen as the distributor’s fault. When the distributor’s higher ups are clearly informed that the distributor is violating Federal laws to sell a product and the distributor isn’t fired, I think you’d agree that is a more systemic problem.

 
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