Lets just start with the scam definitionBy definition, a scam is a quick-profit scheme where a person cheats another individual or group out of money by presenting them with false information during a deal or offer. There are many different types of scams that prey on unsuspecting victims. Scammers can approach their victims via email, SMS, and sometimes even a phone to your personal cell number. One example of this is the lottery scam. In this scheme, a person receives news via phone call or email that they have won the lottery and can retrieve the cash prize after submitting a small processing fee. After submitting the fee, the attacker disappears with the money. Another dangerous scam is called phishing, in which the scammer deceives the victim into forfeiting personal information. Phishing scams usually appear in e-mail form and contain links to supposedly authentic websites, such as those containing a bank login form or a credit card company. When clicked, viruses and other malware can enter your system and passwords and other information processed through your computer will be recorded.
Many of you have visited many pages claiming ASEA is a scam just like I did when I was doing my research on this what they call “Amazing Product”. I then decided to try ASEA anyway as I noticed that all of those people spreading FALSE statements about ASEA are just protecting there own market as they feel threaten that a new company as ASEA and its products will set so a huge market that eventually in a couple years from now ASEA will be eventually a household item as every single living thing in this beautiful planet needs to generate/create the vital Redox Signaling Molecules for us to live healthy, stronger and energized every single day of the week. We need these molecules so bad that if we stop generating these Amazing Molecules by the time you finish reading this article we will be dead. Inside this website (Pure-Healing.Info) there are tons of value information and articles about these amazing molecules for you to start doing your research in a place that really care about your health.
Going back to the subject of this page, (ASEA SCAM?) I will break it down the best I can below.
What we lovingly call ASEA was originally known as MDI-P and developed by the company Medical Discoveries, Inc..
In 2007, Medical Discoveries, Inc. decided to focus upon clean energy and sold all patents and rights regarding MDI-P to the current owners of ASEA. Therefore the following patents are included:
- 6,117,285 System for carrying out sterilization of equipment
- 5,731,008 Electrically hydrolyzed salines as microbicides
- 5,674,537 Electrolyzed saline solution containing concentrated amounts of ozone and chlorine species
- 5,622,848 Electrically hydrolyzed salines as microbiocides for in vitro treatment of contaminated fluids containing blood
- 5,334,383 Electrically hydrolyzed salines as in vivo microbicides for treatment of cardiomyopathy and multiple sclerosis
- You can also visit our page Studies and Patents for more detail information about this so mentioned subject (Is ASEA a Scam?)
There is also a popular patent application roaming the internet with our founder’s name on it: Patent regarding production and use
With this been said, we now can attach the above statement with this article about MDI-P and their Medical Discovery also know as one of the most important Breakthroughs for the 21st century that you can read about it at The Free Library website.
Webpages that Claims ASEA is a Scam
There is a fact that all of these pages are misleading the people in a way to maybe direct the public to a product scheme of their own. I have proofed this over and over again with no concrete answers of their own. The only fact here which is very obvious is that each one of these people that claims ASEA is a Scam are just a piece of a 90% pie graph reflecting that all of them are in the manpower network alias MLM or even more described as Multi-Level Marketing which all try to sale you a book/cd on how to get millionaire in 1 month or have a product of their own, the other 10% are just not educated in this new science.
If we are one of those people that all we care reading is about the negative claims about a product to convince ourselves that the product is not legit, then we are one of those people that will never find something that will really helps us improve our health lives. I for one almost believed in those full of crap contents and was about to not discovered the product that actually have changed my live, my friends and my family and thousands of other that have give ASEA a go.
Here at Pure-Healing.info, we tried to covert every single inch about this product so we have all the tools need it to frankly decide about trying ASEA. But that’s NOT all, You dont need to buy ASEA from this webpage (there are hundreds of webpages selling ASEA), but we will like you to Try ASEA now in our 30 days EMPTY Bottle Guarantee. If you are not convinced in 30 days how important ASEA have been to your lives then all you have to do is send the empty bottles back to us at the below address;
For Returning a Product:6440 South Millrock Drive, Suite 100 Salt Lake City, UT 84121 Associate Support: 801-973-7499 Fax: 801-618-3955 Email: email@example.com
With Nothing to lose, will you give ASEA the chance of your entire life to feel the healthier and energized you have feel since your teens years?
Is ASEA a Pyramid Scheme?
These people not only stating that the product is a scam but the company behind it as well as they consider a Pyramid Scheme. I will put some videos for you to watch and then you decide if ASEA really is a Pyramid Scheme as I doubt 100% because you can make a living on this opportunity as a Part-time or Full-time (your choice).
So The question comes up all of the time for network marketers, “Is this one of those MLM pyramid scams?”
The fact is, most people do not really understand the difference between a pyramid scheme and a legal Multilevel or network marketing business opportunity. Even most journalists writing on the subject do not understand the differences.
The reason is that it is not as simple as one might first expect. I used to think that if there were products changing hands, it was legal. If there was only money changing hands, it was illegal. While the latter is certainly illegal, a product alone will not necessarily legitimatize an illegal scheme.
On this page are 2 videos by Lou Abbott and few others I find useful, that not only explains the difference in a way anyone can understand, but it also explains a concept that can help you quantify the “grey areas.”
I guarantee that you have never seen it explained like this…
These videos will help you fully understand what is legal and what is not, AND what is profitable and what is not. (Scheme/Scam or Not)
Is ASEA a SCAM? (NOT an ASEA Associate or member)