Color us amused…. Waiora Global Corporation is complaining, on their facebook page, about Johnson & Johnson's recent legal troubles. Here is what they wrote…
The "no more tears" giant Johnson & Johnson has certainly given consumers plenty to be angry about. From their questionable infant skin care formulas to their fraudulent tactics to sell the anti-pychotic drug Risperdal, the squeaky clean giant is coming under blows, and rightfully so. Not only has J&J illegally marketed Risperdal for unapproved uses and withheld the truth about the drug’s deadly side effects, their initial target demographic was the most vulnerable of groups, children. Like this if you think a measly $1.2 billion fine for unethical and fraudulent practices is too lenient for a giant like J&J.
In the meantime, Waiora was slapped with the filing of a Class Action Lawsuit last year, in which Waiora is accused of fraud and negligence regarding their Natural Cellular Defense product. Read the rest of the story here. http://www.salpetergitkin.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Waiora.pdf
Waiora is also in the midst of the launch of a new product called "Mega Defense". John Haremza, top sales person (Master Distributor) for Waiora sent a letter to the field recently which stated …
Count down ….. 5 days ….. 5 days …. 5 days and Mega Defense will be set free. I firmly believe that we will change more lives, hear more miraculous stories and see an avalanche of new testimonies. Imagine a product that has shown itself, in testing, to be the equivalent of a cancer drug with none of the side-effects. If this product is really effective against cancer how many lives will be change through simple protection. They say we all have cancer cells in our body every day.
If you knew you were taking a product that killed cancer cells on contact, would you feel better?
Would you feel as if you were living in a glass bubble?
Do you have loved ones you would want to include in that glass bubble?
Mickey’s our cheerleader for Monday night. Be sure your seatbelts fastened and get someone you love on Monday night’s call.
This email was sent by: John Haremza.
Does anyone else see the irony in Waiora's complaints about fraudulent selling practices, and the targeting of society's most vulnerable demographic?
This weekend 10's of Waiora distributors have gathered in California for the "mega launch" of this new product called Mega Defence. Be prepared for a small crowd of money hungry distributors shouting "Cancer Cure" from the rooftops, while their management team continues to complain about the unethical practices of corporations.
I would smile at the situation if people weren't dying of cancer.
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