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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Soapboxmom View Post
    What company in the real world would hire boneheads like this as salesman???

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    Well, probably any company that wanted to move a lot of product.

    Robert Dean and his Top Gunners will probably sell a shit load of water and then they'll be off to their next scam.
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Bunkum View Post
    Well, probably any company that wanted to move a lot of product.

    Robert Dean and his Top Gunners will probably sell a shit load of water and then they'll be off to their next scam.
    And, they will get there full speed ahead. Perhaps, with a cop chasing them!


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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    1 Million reasons to run would be a more fitting title. I can name quite a few!

    Recruit, recruit, recruit..... That is the only name of the game!
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    The Evolv Testimonial from Hell!!!

    I will have much more on all those alleged accomplishments of Trey White.

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    In fact, Roberts’ stated mission is to create 500 millionaires through network marketing.
    Huh. I wonder why he's not over with Coach at YTB. His stated mission was to create a jillion millionaires too. Coach could use some good news.
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously? View Post
    Huh. I wonder why he's not over with Coach at YTB. His stated mission was to create a jillion millionaires too. Coach could use some good news.
    Dang, won't we be just overrun with millionaires everywhere!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Testimonials, testimonials, and more testimonials. And, I am sending them to the FTC.

    Let's read Dr. Stephen Barrett http://www.quackwatch.com/01Quackery...opics/mlm.html:
    The Mirage of Multilevel Marketing
    Stephen Barrett, M.D.
    Don't be surprised if a friend or acquaintance tries to sell you vitamins, herbs, homeopathic remedies, weight-loss powders, or other health-related products. Millions of Americans have signed up as distributors for multilevel companies that market such products from person to person. Often they have tried the products, concluded that they work, and become suppliers to support their habit.

    Multilevel marketing (also called network marketing) is a form of direct sales in which independent distributors sell products, usually in their customers' home or by telephone. In theory, distributors can make money not only from their own sales but also from those of the people they recruit.

    Becoming an MLM distributor is simple and requires no real knowledge of health or nutrition. Many people do so initially in order to buy their own products at a discount. For a small sum of money—usually between $35 and $100—these companies sell a distributor kit that includes product literature, sales aids (such as a videotape or audiotape), price lists, order forms, and a detailed instructional manual. Most MLM companies publish a magazine or newsletter containing company news, philosophical essays, product information, success stories, and photographs of top salespeople. The application form is usually a single page that asks only for identifying information. Millions of Americans have signed up, including many physicians attracted by the idea that selling MLM products can offset losses attributable to managed care.

    Distributors can buy products "wholesale," sell them "retail," and recruit other distributors who can do the same. When enough distributors have been enrolled, the recruiter is eligible to collect a percentage of their sales. Companies suggest that this process provides a great money-making opportunity. However, it is unlikely that people who don't join during the first few months of operation or become one of the early distributors in their community can build enough of a sales pyramid to do well. In July 1999, the National Association of Attorneys General announced that complaints about multilevel marketing and pyramid schemes were tenth on their list of consumer complaints.

    A recent analysis of Quixtar's reported income figures indicates how poorly most MLM distributors do. In a declaration filed in a suit by two former Quixtar distributors, he concluded:

    A statistical sample of distributors revealed that 99.4% of the IBOs [independent business owners] earned on average just $13.41 per week—before product purchases, all business expenses, and taxes. This average income is far less than the costs of the business, resulting in 99% of victims of Quixtar making no net profit. Fewer than 1 person in 10,000 are at the "Diamond and above" levels, the upper ranks of the Quixtar chain that every new recruit is urged to aspire to. . . .

    The massive loss rates among Quixtar victims that are revealed in Quixtar's own data are the inevitable mathematical result of the endless chain business model. In this model, the success of the IBO is based on continuous recruiting of additional distributors (IBOs), who are induced to make monthly purchases for their own consumption, rather than on making retail sales in the open marketplace. In the recruitment model, only those participants at the top levels of the pyramid can earn true profits, since the source of a participant's real income is the expenditures of individuals below them on the pyramid, and only a small percentage can be in those top positions. The untenable model result in approximately 70% of IBOs quitting Quixtar within the first year. The mission of this deceptive business model is to continuously enroll losing investors (IBOs) and replace them as they suffer losses and quit the program.

    Many distributors who stock up on products to meet sales goals or increase their hoped-for commissions get stuck with unsold products that cost thousands of dollars. Some companies permit direct ordering of their products, which avoids this problem, but the risk of failure is still high.

    Dubious Claims

    More than a hundred multilevel companies are marketing health-related products. Most claim that their products are effective for preventing or treating disease. A few companies merely suggest that people will feel better, look better, or have more energy if they supplement their diet with extra nutrients. When clear-cut therapeutic claims are made in product literature, the company is an easy target for government enforcement action. Some companies run this risk, hoping that the government won't take action until their customer base is well established. Other companies make no claims in their literature but rely on testimonials, encouraging people to try their products and credit them for any improvement that occurs.

    Every company I have looked at has done at least one of the following.

    Made misleading statements that could frighten people into taking dietary supplements they do not need.
    Made misleading statements of product superiority that could induce people to buy products that retail stores sell more cheaply.
    Made unsubstantiated claims that their products would prevent or remedy health problems
    Uses research findings to promote products without noting that the findings are not sufficient to substantiate using the products.
    Uses deception by omission by making statements about the biochemical properties of various substances without placing them in proper perspective. An example would be stating that a certain nutrient is important because it does this or that in the body but omitting that people who eat sensibly have no valid reason to take a supplement.
    Exaggerated the probability of making significant income.

    Most multilevel companies tell distributors not to make claims for the products except for those found in company literature. (That way the company can deny responsibility for what distributors do.) However, many companies hold sales meetings at which people are encouraged to tell their story to the others in attendance. Some companies sponsor telephone conference calls during which leading distributors describe their financial success, give sales tips, and describe their personal experiences with the products. Testimonials also may be published in company magazines, audiotapes or videotapes. Testimonial claims can trigger enforcement action, but since it is time-consuming to collect evidence of their use, government agencies seldom bother to do so.

    Government enforcement action against multilevel companies has not been vigorous. These companies are usually left alone unless their promotions become so conspicuous and their sales volume so great that an agency feels compelled to intervene. Even then, few interventions have substantial impact once a company is well established.

    Motivation: Powerful but Misguided

    The "success" of network marketing lies in the enthusiasm of its participants. Most people who think they have been helped by an unorthodox method enjoy sharing their success stories with their friends. People who give such testimonials are usually motivated by a sincere wish to help their fellow humans. Since people tend to believe what others tell them about personal experiences, testimonials can be powerful persuaders.

    Perhaps the trickiest misconception about quackery is that personal experience is the best way to tell whether something works. When someone feels better after having used a product or procedure, it is natural to give credit to whatever was done. However, this is unwise. Most ailments are self-limiting, and even incurable conditions can have sufficient day-to-day variation to enable bogus methods to gain large followings. In addition, taking action often produces temporary relief of symptoms (a placebo effect). For these reasons, scientific experimentation is almost always necessary to establish whether health methods are really effective. Instead of testing their products, multilevel companies urge customers to try them and credit them if they feel better. Some products are popular because they contain caffeine, ephedrine (a stimulant), valerian (a tranquilizer), or other substances that produce mood-altering effects.

    Another factor in gaining devotees is the emotional impact of group activities. Imagine, for example, that you have been feeling lonely, bored, depressed or tired. One day a friend tells you that "improving your nutrition" can help you feel better. After selling you some products, the friend inquires regularly to find out how you are doing. You seem to feel somewhat better. From time to time you are invited to interesting lectures where you meet people like yourself. Then you are asked to become a distributor. This keep you busy, raises your income, and provides an easy way to approach old friends and make new ones—all in an atmosphere of enthusiasm. Some of your customers express gratitude, giving you a feeling of accomplishment. People who increase their income, their social horizons, or their self-esteem can get a psychological boost that not only can improve their mood but also may alleviate emotionally-based symptoms.

    Multilevel companies refer to this process as "sharing" and suggest that everyone involved is a "winner." That simply isn't true. The entire process is built on a foundation of deception. The main winners are the company's owners and the small percentage of distributors who become sales leaders. The losers are millions of Americans who waste money and absorb the misinformation.

    Do you think multilevel participants are qualified to judge whether prospective customers need supplements—or medical care? Even though curative claims are forbidden by the written policies of each company, the sales process encourages customers to experiment with self-treatment. It may also promote distrust of legitimate health professionals and their treatment methods.

    Some people would argue that the apparent benefits of "believing" in the products outweigh the risks involved. Do you think that people need false beliefs in order to feel healthy or succeed in life? Would you like to believe that something can help you when in fact it is worthless? Should our society support an industry that is trying to mislead us? Can't Americans do something better with the billion or more dollars being wasted each year on multilevel "health" products?

    Physician Involvement
    Many any physicians are selling health-related multilevel products to patients in their offices. The companies most involved have included Amway (now doing business as Quixtar), Body Wise, Nu Skin (Interior Design), Rexall, and Juice Plus+. Doctors are typically recruited with promises that the extra income will replace income lost to managed care. In December 1997, the American Medical Association Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (CEJA) advised against against profiting from the sale of "non-health-related products" to their patients. Although CEJA's policy statement does not mention products sold through multilevel marketing, CEJA's chairman said the statement was triggered by the growing number of physicians who had added an Amway distributorship to their practice.

    Recommendations

    Consumers would be wise to avoid health-related multilevel products altogether. Those that have nutritional value (such as vitamins and low-cholesterol foods) are invariably overpriced and may be unnecessary as well. Those promoted as remedies are either unproven, bogus, or intended for conditions that are unsuitable for self-medication.

    Government agencies should police the multilevel marketplace aggressively, using undercover investigators and filing criminal charges when wrongdoing is detected. People who feel they have been defrauded by MLM companies should file complaints with their state attorney general and with local FDA and FTC offices. A letter detailing the events may be sufficient to trigger an investigation; and the more complaints received, the more likely that corrective action will be taken. If you possess a distributor kit that you no longer need, I would be pleased to add it to my collection. If you would like to help Quackwatch gather information on MLM companies on the Internet, click here.

    This article was revised on January 21, 2008.
    Evolv reps have encouraged and recorded numerous such testimonials on their calls, webpages and ads. These fraudulent health claims are what a company like this depends on to sell the product. Even Trey White, the multi-billionaire who owns the company is in on the act.
    He is totally exaggerating the testing done at MD Anderson. And the reps are telling some incredibly fantastic stories to sell the stuff. Of course, they have a financial incentive to do so. Who would have known that milk protein, alfalfa and 5 enzymes would totally change modern medicine??? Let's get those complaints in to the FTC!!!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    This is one of the gutsiest solicitations ever. The Attorney General's Office and FTC will love this one.

    Partnered with a Multi-Billionaire.

    Potentially Millions of Dollars Weekly

    She's Seizing a Ground Floor Opportunity

    She's Lost 20 lbs. Drinking Evolv in 3 Mos.

    She Attracts Dozens of New Partners Weekly

    Her "Co-Workers" Are Fun Multi-Millionaires.
    The fodder of litigation to be sure!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Well, no worse than YTB making up "Dr Seligman". The mysterious Dr had degrees from Harvard and Oxford. Or something like that...
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    I thought I had seen real stupidity before, but after watching this video of spastic salesmen, I was evidently incorrect. Even greater stupidity is possible.
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    Multi-Billionaire Trey White left out the punchline to the joke. His White Energy, the 4th largest ethanol producer, went bankrupt.

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    After watching that video, Here are my questions:

    Is Trey White really a multi-billionaire?

    If so, how did he make so much money?

    And if he has so much money, why is he wasting his time doing this?

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    White Energy, One of the Largest Ethanol Producers in the U.S., Files for Bankruptcy in Delaware : Delaware Bankruptcy Litigation
    White Energy, One of the Largest Ethanol Producers in the U.S., Files for Bankruptcy in Delaware
    Posted on May 27, 2009 by Jason Cornell, Esq.
    White Energy, One of the Largest Ethanol Producers in the U.S., Files for Bankruptcy in Delaware


    Introduction

    White Energy, Inc. ""White Energy" or the "Debtor"), one of the largest ethanol and gluten producers in the United States, filed for bankruptcy in the United States Bankruptcy for the District of Delaware on May 7, 2009. According to its Declaration in Support of First Day Motions (the "Declaration"), White Energy generated over $500 million in revenue in 2008. Based in Dallas, Texas, White Energy operates three ethanol production facilities in Kansas and Texas.

    White Energy produces both ethanol and gluten (an ingredient used by food producers) at its Russell, Kansas facility. As stated in its Declaration, the Debtor processes wheat to make gluten. White Energy uses starch, a byproduct from gluten production, in its ethanol production. By doing so, White Energy is able to reduce its overall costs to produce ethanol.

    Debtors' Financials

    In July of 2006, White Energy entered into a $298 million senior secured loan with WestLB as administrative agent. Leading up to bankruptcy, White Energy's lenders declared several events of default under the secured loan, including (i) a failure to pay property taxes, (ii) failure to make payments under construction contracts and (iii) failure to pay franchise taxes. White Energy tried unsuccessfully to get its lenders to agree to restructure its debt. Unable to reach an agreement with its lenders, White Energy soon filed for bankruptcy.

    According to White Energy's bankruptcy petition, the following entities hold the ten largest unsecured claims against this debtor:

    1.ADM ... $2.9 million
    2.The Scoular Co. ... $1.8 million
    3.Novozymes NA ... $608,526
    4.Nexen ... $379,113
    5.City of Hays ... $346,056
    6.Oneok Energy ... $317,000
    7.Russell County ... $290,457
    8.Milbank Tweed ... $208,731
    9.Univar USA ... $134,385
    10.Occidental Chemical ... $114,170
    White Energy entered into the ethanol industry in 2006. Since then, commodity prices have become exceptionally volatile with corn prices reaching double their normal price per bushel. At the same time that commodity prices reached historic highs, the oversupply of ethanol has kept prices low. The resulting low profit margins strained White Energy's cash flow, which in turn led to loan defaults and bankruptcy.

    This bankruptcy proceeding is before the Honorable Christopher S. Sontchi.

    -----------------------------

    Jason Cornell is a bankruptcy attorney at the law firm Fox Rothschild LLP in Wilmington, Delaware. If you have questions regarding this, or any other Delaware legal proceeding, you may contact Jason at (302) 427-5512 or jcornell@foxrothschild.com.
    Where Trey White / Roscoe Frederick White III made his money is indeed a good question. His business background is quite a story.

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Soapboxmom
    Where Trey White / Roscoe Frederick White III made his money is indeed a good question. His business background is quite a story.

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    According to Forbes magazine, there are 403 billionaires in the United States.

    I just looked at the list, and one thing is for sure . . . Trey White is not on it.

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Wolf View Post
    According to Forbes magazine, there are 403 billionaires in the United States.

    I just looked at the list, and one thing is for sure . . . Trey White is not on it.
    Awesome find my friend!

    The World's Billionaires Page 39 of 41 - Forbes.com
    Special Report
    The World's Billionaires
    03.10.10, 06:00 PM EST
    Page 39 of 41

    ABEL - ALBRALBU - ARNAARNO - BASSBASS - BLACBLAN - BUFFBURD - CHAOCHAR - CONNCONW - DEICDEJO - DRUCDU S - FETIFILO - FUNGGABE - GOREGOTT - HANHAPP - HECTHEIS - HUGHHUI - JAINJAMA - KAHNKAIS - KIMMKIND - KRAVKRIS - LAURLAUR - LI KLI S - LOWYLU G - MANSMANT - MERIMHAI - MORIMORI - OBEROCH, - PEREPERE - PRITPRIT - RALERAO, - ROSSROVT - SANDSANT - SCHRSCHU - SIEBSIMM - SPANSPER - TAKITAN, - TISCTISC - VARGVEKS - WEEWEI - XIANYAMA - ZHOUZHOU - ZYUZ
    Rank Name Citizenship Age Net Worth ($bil) Residence
    937 Wei Ing-Chou Taiwan 57 1.0 China
    937 Wei Yin-Chun Taiwan 53 1.0 Taiwan
    937 Wei Yin-Heng Taiwan 51 1.0 China
    937 Wei Ying-chiao Taiwan 55 1.0 China
    488 Cher Wang & Wenchi Chen Taiwan 52 2.0 Taiwan
    93 Alain & Gerard Wertheimer France NA 7.5 NA
    258 Stef Wertheimer & family Israel 84 3.5 Israel
    100 Galen Weston & family Canada 69 7.2 Canada
    421 Leslie Wexner United States 72 2.3 United States
    582 Dean White United States 86 1.7 United States
    773 Margaret Whitman United States 53 1.3 United States
    616 John Whittaker United Kingdom 68 1.6 United Kingdom
    655 Arne Wilhelmsen & family Norway 79 1.5 Norway
    400 Oprah Winfrey United States 56 2.4 United States
    189 Karl Wlaschek Austria 92 4.4 Austria
    258 Aloys Wobben Germany 58 3.5 Germany
    880 Allan Wong & family Hong Kong NA 1.1 Hong Kong
    197 Peter Woo & family Hong Kong 64 4.3 Hong Kong
    463 William Wrigley Jr United States 46 2.1 United States
    232 Wu Yajun & family China 46 3.9 China
    132 Reinhold Wurth Germany 74 5.7 Germany
    937 Samuel Wyly United States 74 1.0 United States
    616 Stephen Wynn United States 68 1.6 United States
    121 Hansjorg Wyss Switzerland 75 6.1 United States
    937 Xian Yang China 36 1.0 China
    There is the list where White would fall alphabetically. So, I am sure ol' Trey ain't no multi-billionaire either! More fraudulent MLM claims for the FTC and Attorneys General to enjoy!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Trey isn't on this list of the Richest Americans either. MLM solicitiations are some great fiction writing, aren't they???

    The 400 Richest Americans 2009 - Forbes.com
    Special Report
    The 400 Richest Americans 2009
    09.30.09, 06:00 PM EDT
    The Forbes 400 Richest Americans 2009

    John E. Abele - Carl Edwin BergNicolas Berggruen - S. Truett CathyJohn Catsimatidis - Bharat DesaiRichard DeVos - Gerald J. FordTheodore Forstmann - Donald HallBruce Halle - Martha IngramJames Irsay - Brad KelleyPeter R. Kellogg - Ralph LaurenNancy Walton Laurie - Bernard MarcusJ. Willard (Bill) Marriott - Manuel MorounCharles Munger - T. Boone PickensJeffry Picower - David A. RichMarc Rich - Steven SchonfeldRichard Schulze - Jerry SpeyerSteven Spielberg - Todd WagnerAlice Walton - Mortimer Zuckerman

    Rank Name Net Worth ($mil) Age Residence Source
    6 Alice Walton 19,300 60 Fort Worth Wal-Mart
    4 Christy Walton & family 21,500 54 Jackson Wal-Mart
    5 Jim C. Walton 19,600 61 Bentonville Wal-Mart
    7 S. Robson Walton 19,000 65 Bentonville Wal-Mart
    158 Roger Wang 2,000 60 Nanjing retail
    94 Ty Warner 3,200 65 Chicago Beanie Babies
    289 Kelcy Warren 1,350 53 Dallas Pipelines
    61 Dennis Washington 4,200 75 Missoula construction, mining
    147 Bruce Wasserstein 2,200 61 New York Wasserstein Perella, Lazard
    347 Charlotte Colket Weber 1,100 66 Ocala inheritance
    158 Leslie Wexner 2,000 72 New Albany Limited Brands
    202 Dean White 1,750 86 Crown Point lboards, hotels
    326 Margaret Whitman 1,200 53 Atherton Ebay
    141 Oprah Winfrey 2,300 55 Chicago television
    154 William Wrigley Jr. 2,100 45 Lake Forest chewing gum
    399 Sam Wyly 950 74 Dallas investments
    141 Steve Wynn 2,300 67 Las Vegas casinos, hotels
    317 Jerry Yang 1,250 40 Los Altos Hills Yahoo
    371 Charles Zegar 1,000 61 New York Bloomberg LP
    77 Samuel Zell 3,800 68 Chicago real estate, private equity
    65 Daniel Ziff 4,000 37 New York inheritance, hedge funds
    65 Dirk Ziff 4,000 45 New York inheritance, hedge funds
    65 Robert Ziff 4,000 43 New York inheritance, hedge funds
    158 Mark Zuckerberg 2,000 25 Palo Alto Facebook
    236 Mortimer Zuckerman 1,500 72 New York real estate, media

    John E. Abele - Carl Edwin BergNicolas Berggruen - S. Truett CathyJohn Catsimatidis - Bharat DesaiRichard DeVos - Gerald J. FordTheodore Forstmann - Donald HallBruce Halle - Martha IngramJames Irsay - Brad KelleyPeter R. Kellogg - Ralph LaurenNancy Walton Laurie - Bernard MarcusJ. Willard (Bill) Marriott - Manuel MorounCharles Munger - T. Boone PickensJeffry Picower - David A. RichMarc Rich - Steven SchonfeldRichard Schulze - Jerry SpeyerSteven Spielberg - Todd WagnerAlice Walton - Mortimer Zuckerman
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Sometimes words fail me.

    On...



    ... is this plug for Evolv:

    Trey White Texas Billionaire Launches Evolv Health with a New Category Creator Nutraceutical Beverage


    Unless, I'm missing something here, but is there some connection between Evolv and meth?
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Google search engine result says:
    YouTube - Robert Dean Protege "I Love My New Life!" Nicole Jackson ...Nicole Jackson (claim to fame: Multi-Million Dollar Earner in Real Estate) speaks with ... at one of the dozens of Evolv P.E.R.'s she hosts weekly in the MIchigan market! ... gifting real estate gifting rules gifting scams gifting stock ...
    YouTube - Robert Dean Protege "I Love My New Life!" Nicole Jackson Speaks - Cached


    Let's look at Nicole C. Jackson'd page:
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    We have an incredible growth strategy to build Evolv into a global success. I have built billion dollar companies before—this time, we get to do it together.

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    "Million Reasons to Evolv" Contest EvolvHealth, LLC is a direct sales company built to market an incredible product. Give, Share, Evolv. It’s our motto, but it’s also our philosophy. We act to make a difference in our own lives, the lives of the people around us, and the world through our product, financial freedom, and a commitment to philanthropy.

    Archaea Active™ is the culmination of more than 15 years of scientific research and development. Our product, Evolv™, combines the Archaea Active™ formula with pure, high quality spring water. The formula has been found, through independent in vitro testing, to have a remarkable impact on the body, naturally enhancing cell performance, and increasing stamina, energy and endurance.

    Executive Team
    The foundation of success will always come through the core people who are driving the company. That’s why EvolvHealth founder, Trey White, says he first invests in people and then invests in products and technologies. Passion, integrity, honesty and a willingness to make it happen are the essential traits Trey identified and valued in each person that he hand-picked to be a member of EvolvHealth’s elite, executive team.

    Give. Share. Evolv.
    Gene Kaiser, the founder of the Archaea Active™ technology, believed the formula he invented to be his gift to the world. Our goal is to preserve his wishes and his legacy.


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    What can the Evolv Product do for you? Listen to some of members and their stories about their experience with the Evolv product. The Evolv product looks like water, smells like water but it is NOT just water. The scientifically researched Archaea Active solution makes this a one of a kind product. As VP of Sales, Dr Anne Bodak Smith says "Change the label, improve the outcome".

    Beverly L.
    Beverly L., a Baby-boomer that talks about how it puts a pep in her step.

    Peggy D.
    Peggy D. talks about how the product impacted her and relieved joint discomfort.

    Rod E.
    Better sleep for Rod E., a Porsche Race Car Manufacture, says it makes all the difference in the world for him.

    Dr. Lyndon McG.
    Dr. McG. talks about how the product helped his 92 year old Dad after suffering a serious illness.

    Larry S.
    Heavy training doesn't have to wipe you out anymore. Larry S. shares how Evolv keeps his energy up.

    Dr. Tanya B.
    Tanya B., practicing Family Practitioner, shares her excitement with EvolvHealth products and the health benefits that people will receive just from using this product.
    Our ProductWith over 15 years of scientific research and development behind its proprietary Archaea Active™ formula, Evolv water supports measurable and beneficial changes relating to the absorption of oxygen at the cellular level, and the promotion of a healthy anti-inflammatory response in the body.

    Archaea Active™ is the name given to the proprietary, all-natural formula and its associated complex and involved manufacturing process as developed by Health2o Products, LLC. The formula’s developers believe Archaea Active™ initiates the production of cell signaling molecules. These molecules, present in the Evolv water at the picomolar level, stimulate other cells to communicate and respond.

    Evolv is sold in cases of 24, 16.9 ounce bottles. The member and preferred customer price is $55 per case and the retail cost is $65 per case. A preferred customer is a customer that has elected to participate in our monthly AutoShip program.

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    Archaea Active™ and Cellular O2 On Demand™ are trademarks of Health2o Products, LLC. FutureCeuticals® does not endorse the product. FutureCeuticals® is a registered trademark of VDF FutureCeuticals, Inc., used under license.
    ScienceThe Decade of the Mitochondria

    We all agree that when we drink Evolv we feel better. We also agree that we’d love for everyone we know to be drinking Evolv so they can feel better too. But how does Evolv work the way it does?

    Those of you who attended the 2010 Summit will recognize John Hunter, VP and General Manager of FutureCeuticals, Inc., our product research and development partner currently researching multiple facets of the ArchaeaActive solution.

    Ingredients
    Natural, purified spring water
    The water "base" of Evolv is bottled at the source in a remote section of Arkansas, at the edge of a national forest and far from any population center or agriculture. Even without the Archaea Active™ ingredients, we think you'll find it to be among the best tasting water you've ever experienced.

    Alfalfa
    Extracts of Alfalfa Leaves and Stems – Alfalfa is high in antioxidant and phyto-nutrient content. It may also support increased breast milk and reduce the normal symptomology of pre-menstrual syndrome. Alfalfa grass is a known phyto-estrogen, compound produced by plants that act like the hormones in the human body.

    Milk Whey
    Whey is an excellent source of protein, vitamins, minerals, and lactose. It is the base of many protein drinks to build or repair muscle tissues. Whey is an important supplement for those who have limited mobility in the limbs, as it contributes to the prevention of atrophy of muscular cells.

    Bromelain
    Papain
    Protease
    Amylase
    Lipase
    Lactase
    Cellulase

    More information on the ingredients listed above »
    Hear What People Are Saying About Evolv
    "I have been drinking 2 or 3 bottles per day for a week and my energy level boosted up and increased my focus and mental energy level as I worked to sort/load the heavy packages in the warehouse of UPS. Thanks again for giving me a drink that has given me more energy in the last few days than I thought could be possible."

    — Robert Megyesi

    "I have felt more energetic and have resumed many activities that I have not felt up to doing for the past couple of years. Thank you for allowing me to “test” this new product for your company. One concern…how can I obtain more of this incredible water!!!"

    — Mary Malkowski

    "I was in the paint contracting business for 32 years. All those years of heavy lifting and climbing ladders, etc. really took their toll on my knees and shoulders. After only about 3 days of drinking Evolv my wife noticed I slept through the entire night and did not have any discomfort! She is very, very happy and I love feeling like a whole new man!"

    — John Haynes

    "Upon my first sip I felt the oxygen going through my body. All that day it was like I was in overdrive. I usually am kind of ho-hum and laid back kind of dragging. I took one bottle and that day a friend of mine (over the phone) said, 'Boy it sounds like you are in a good mood, what's up?' 'Nothing, it must be in the new water', it has me feeling so good more upbeat, I enjoyed that."

    — Ivy, TX

    Timing and OpportunityVideo TestimonialsVideo Testimonials“My Dad taught me that great opportunities only come along a few times in your life… this is your opportunity, don't miss it!”
    — Founder & Chairman
    Trey White

    Derrick and Michelle J.
    Michelle and Derrick talk about the time freedom they know they will have to spend with their 3 girls.

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    Four years of industry experience excites Cherea about EvolvHealth and specifically the product.

    Dr. Gene S.
    Picking a company was difficult; Dr. Gene S. shares the criteria he and his team used to make their home here at Evolv.

    Dr. Kenneth C.
    Dr. Kenneth C., facial dental surgeon, shares how their success in 90 days has been amazing.

    Natalie P.
    Industry veteran Natalie P. shares why she made the switch to EvolvHealth after 10 years of being with another company.

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    Tina B. loves that she can take her friends and family to the top...
    Timing and OpportunityThe definition of Opportunity n. op·por·tu·ni·ty

    1.A favorable or advantageous circumstance or combination of circumstances.2.A chance for progress or advancement.
    "The word opportunity is probably one of the most overused and underappreciated words in the English language. I have heard people minimize the importance of this word. I truly believe that every Visionary on this planet has learned to love this word. Every success starts with the opportunity. Add hard work, desire and Passion and you have the perfect mix to turn that 'opportunity' into an incredible success story. I saw an opportunity when I was introduced to ArchaeaActive. If you see what I see, I suggest you join us as an Evolv Member or as a customer to Evolv your Health as I have. Either way, I promise you will be happy you acted on this opportunity."
    – Trey White

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    Trey White
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    We have an incredible growth strategy to build Evolv into a global success. I have built billion dollar companies before—this time, we get to do it together.

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    How many Nicole Jacksons are realtors in Michigan?

    State of Michigan says:
    Name DBA Name License Type License Nbr Address Status Enforcement
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    JACKSON, NICOLE A Real Estate Associate Broker 6502338433 Harper Woods, MI 48225 Active None
    JACKSON, NICOLE A Real Estate Broker Individual 6504287589 Harper Woods, MI 48225 Active None
    JACKSON, NICOLE A Real Estate Salesperson 6501287589 Harper Woods, MI 48225 Null And Void None
    JACKSON, NICOLE CHARYSE Real Estate Associate Broker 6502342044 Detroit, MI 48207 Lapsed None
    JACKSON, NICOLE CHARYSE Real Estate Broker Individual 6504258581 Farmington Hills, MI 48334 Lapsed None
    JACKSON, NICOLE CHARYSE Real Estate Salesperson 6501258581 Detroit, MI 48207 Null And Void None
    Well, there are two. The Nicole Charyse Jackson must be the Evolv rep who is making those ridiculous videos claiming:
    Partnered with a Multi-Billionaire.

    Potentially Millions of Dollars Weekly

    Multi-Million Dollar Earner in Real Estate
    Try Googling her as a realtor in Michigan. Her license is lapsed and she has very cleverly removed any evidence of her success from the internet!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Here is the real estate agency Nicole Jackson owned and presumably was the agency where she made the multi-millions she claimed to have made in real estate:
    Searched for: ADVANTECH REALTY GROUP

    ID Num: B1547E
    Assumed Names


    Name:ADVANTECH SOLUTIONS, LLC

    Type: Domestic Limited Liability Company
    Resident Agent: NICOLE JACKSON

    Registered Office Address: 24236 CONGRESS NOVI MI 48075
    Mailing/Office Address: 30095 NORTHWESTERN HWY #105 FARMINGTON HILLS MI 48334

    Formation/Qualification Date:5-24-2002

    Jurisdiction of Origin:MICHIGAN

    Managed by: Members

    Status: ACTIVE, BUT NOT IN GOOD STANDING AS OF 2-17-2009 Date: Present
    Now, she is claiming all sorts of things with Evolv as evidenced by her youtube profile:
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    Channel Views:46Total Upload Views:0Age:35Joined:December 24, 2009Last Visit Date:1 month agoSubscribers:2Website:http://www.TheEvolutionWillBeLive.comAbout Me: Wow! Who knew that helping people earn unlimited income while promoting a healthy lifestyle could be so fun and stress-free! Evolv Health ~ markets archaea active and uses Mt. Ida Spring Water as the brilliant vehicle for the consumable enhanced water beverage company. Ground floor and Growing 450% according to MLM.com. Backed by multi-billionaire Trey White. Attracting network marketers, celebrities, professional athletes, superstar entertainers, top surgeons and seasoned professionals. Our TOPGUN team split $125 million dollars and created 23 millionaires and we're using this brilliant opportunity as our vehicle to earn millions, again! If I have piqued your interest...call or email me: EvolvLife@aol.com 313-629-6186 Country:United States
    Let's see some documentation!

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    Dallas-Based Multi-Level Marketing Company Is in Hot Water With UT Board of Regents - Dallas News - Unfair Park
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    Dallas-Based Multi-Level Marketing Company Is in Hot Water With UT Board of RegentsBy Robert Wilonsky, Thu., Nov. 19 2009 @ 8:36AM Comments (7) Categories: Crime
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    ​Back in January, a Dallas-based company that sells bottled water -- pardon, a "natural spring water ... created from all natural ingredients including extracts of alfalfa stems and leaves, milk whey and enzymes from pineapple and papaya" -- asked the University of Texas's M.D. Anderson Cancer Center if it wouldn't mind testing its magic potion. M.D. Anderson said sure ... for a price. Which is how Noel Road-based Evolv got M.D. Anderson to test the anti-inflammatory effects of its water -- specifically, the so-called "Archaea Active ingredients" that Evolv claims separate its water from, oh, regular water. Everyone agrees on that: Evolv (which is also known as HealtH20 or EvolvHealth), paid M.D. Anderson to test its some of its water, which, according to the hospital, ain't nothing but Houston tap water with some stuff in it.

    What happened next, though, is what leads us to this federal lawsuit filed in Houston this week.

    M.D. Anderson did its testing -- all very "preliminary" stuff, says the suit, and the cancer center never checked its "safety, efficacy, medicinal or beneficial health value." But Evolv -- which is a self-proclaimed "multi-level marketing company" that has the recruiting videos to prove it -- started running on its Web site statements like, "The Archaea Active formula has undergone in-vitro testing by The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center out of Houston." Which, as far as M.D. Anderson is concerned, gives people the impression that the cancer center has endorsed the product. And so, at 11:31 a.m. on September 9, its communications director posted a blog item that said, "There seems to be buzz on the Internet about a type of water that a Dallas-based company is marketing and this water's relationship to M. D. Anderson. So we thought we'd un-muddy the water for our patients, employees and supporters. M. D. Anderson doesn't recommend the water."

    Two hours later, Evolv's chief marketing officer, Jonathan Gilliam, posted his response to M.D. Anderson's attempt at distancing from the bottled water: "MD Anderson and its employees do not endorse Evolv as they are precluded from endorsing any product using the MD Anderson name. Our test results are just that, and are not an endorsement or backing of M.D. Anderson. The Evolv management feels extremely blessed and fortunate that an institution the caliber of M.D. Anderson has tested our product."

    But after that, Evolv didn't stop touting the fact its water was merely tested by M.D. Anderson -- even though it paid for the testing and even though, according to M.D. Anderson's spokeperson, "no efficacy or toxicity data were generated at M. D. Anderson nor was the product tested on humans." Far as the UT Board of Regents is concerned, Evolv's doing nothing more than using M.D. Anderson's name and rep to build a "pyramid," which is why it's taking Evolv to court for trademark violation and trademark dilution and damages.
    The Dallas Observer and sister publication The Houston Press are fabulous. Their articles about scammy businesses are incredibly hilarious and very informative. How could anyone sign up for this deal after reading that???

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

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    Someone must have sent a threatening lawyer letter (real or fake makes no difference). Zachary / George caves to any silly threat he gets. So, now no one can post over there on Scam about Evolv. What kind of company or individual rep would be so desperate to hide the truth. Good thing realscam.com is here to continue to warn and inform the public as Scam is completely out of the scambusting business!

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    You notice that, that is why 99% of MLMs (who claim to be making billions) never have publically traded stocks because they have to file financials that are open and available for the public to read and analyse. That was the beginning of the downfall of YTB when they did this. The vast majority of them just continue to lie their asses off about everything having to do with their operations, the number of reps, what the reps are making, how the money is made, how many make no money etc. It's just one wild claim after the next and never any real proof of anything. Yet people believe this crap. Amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Life Aloft View Post
    The vast majority of them just continue to lie their asses off about everything having to do with their operations, the number of reps, what the reps are making, how the money is made, how many make no money etc. It's just one wild claim after the next and never any real proof of anything. Yet people believe this crap. Amazing.
    From as far back as I can remember, it was drilled into my head, "If it sounds too good to be true, it is." There are the gullible and then there are the stupid. Then there are the gullible and stupid. Those are what the MLMs go after. And it works too.

    Ask them to back up their statements and claims in a MLM recruitment meeting. They cannot and they will not. Sort of like Iamwil can't and won't back up that his business is worth over 50K. That's because it isn't. And that list goes on with all of them. What amazes me the most is that the amount of brainwashing involved. Absolute stupidity.

    Can Roscoe "Trey" White prove he's a billionaire? Of course not because he isn't. Does anyone stop him from making these claims? Does anyone stop the recruiters in Evolv from making their claims? Nope. So the lies continue and the profits at the top continue. The little morons below get screwed. And they deserve it.
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    Ask them to back up their statements and claims in a MLM recruitment meeting. They cannot and they will not.
    Well, not exactly. Most of the time they claim it's "illegal" for them to release that kind of info. Skirting the issue that it's only illegal if they can't back it up...
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Let's take a look at Trey White's companies. He is said by Evolvers to be a multi-billionaire.

    Hoovers says:
    Marlin Atlantis White Ltd Dallas, TX, United States $1.20M in sales
    White Ventures, Ltd. Dallas, TX, United States $2.60M in sales
    To that list we can add White Energy

    Trey White, aka Fred White III, aka Roscoe F. White III is not Warren Buffett or Donald Trump.

    He was responsible for the homestore.com, which was a very successful company during the dot com bubble and then faced with a nose dive in the stock prices. Trey / Roscoe bailed out right before the dung hit the fan. There were several class action lawsuits and dishonest financial statements associated with that fiasco.

    Since then, he’s run a number of different companies out of one office which must have one very confused receptionist to be sure.

    Looking at the estimated annual sales for these companies as listed by Hoovers there isn't a snowball's chance in hell this clown Trey White is a billionaire, much less a multi-billionaire.

    Those companies have employees to pay, rent, taxes, company insurance, business supplies, electric, phone, marketing, wining and dining clients and much more. After all that his companies can't be generating him much profit with those paltry sales figures.

    And yet the tales of him being a multi-billioinaire persist. I am shocked Trey would continue this ridiculous scam with MD Anderson suing. It looks like lemmings over the cliff to me!

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