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Is CieAura Holographic An MLM A Scam Similar to LifeWave?

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Seems a little mlm hocus-pocus, but you can judge for yourself, is CieAura an MLM Scam?

From the web site:

The CieAura Transparent Holographic Chip™ – employs a revolutionary technological approach to the re-alignment of two of the body’s most important functions… the Human Life Functions and the Immune System Functions. Once these functions are re-aligned to where they should be for your given age, the immune system’s ability to perform the removal of pathogens in the human body (Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi) is enhanced.

There seems to be a connection between the management of a company called LifeWave and 8ight.com (from another source):

In the meantime, those who look at the new pretender to the throne , CieAura, will see an amazing similarity to the LifeWave management offshoot company 8ight.com.

http://www.8ight.com/

As we know, Warren Hanchey was reported, by Joel in September 2007, to have come up with a similar range of products to LifeWave but using holographic discs.

http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoax/forums/viewthread/4333/P33/#252280

“Warren Hanchey has the following catalog of SCAM “holographic data disc” products:

1. An “action” disc (for improved strength and endurance),
2. A sleep inducing disc,
3. A weight loss disc, and
4. A pain relief disc

http://www.8ight.com/category_s/41.htm

That sounds like an exact copy of LifeWave’s SCAM product catalog. How low is this guy Hanche(y)? I mean, he has to SCAM people using his former employer’s SCAM playbook almost exactly.

What’s next, Hanchey? A DefenseDisc that gives a surgery free face lift and protects against malaria and hearing loss, and restores eyesight, just like LifeWave?”

Here we are a almost 2 years later with an upstart company selling a similar product.

How many more will jump on the bandwagon?

So what do you think?

7 COMMENTS

  1. It’s also interesting that the old crew is back together from the Burnlounge and Vortexity scam!

    Alex Arnold
    John “JT” Taylor
    Jerry “JY” Jerky

    Birds of a Feather, Flock together!

    Thx for all u do;-))

  2. Worry my Friends all who are involved are on the radar of the FTC…. Others get ready for a fall… I feel sorry for you that bought into master manipulators.JT will tell you if you put a sticker on your wallet you will have more money in your bank account!!! but only his……

  3. http://www.scribd.com/doc/59991244/FTC-v-Burnlounge-Final-Decision

    Alex Arnold, the person controlling and running CieAura, is liable for $16,245,799.70. That is over $16 million.

    JT Taylor is on the hook for $620,139.64.

    Watch for the US Justice Department to next file criminal charges against these guys for conspiracy to defraud consumers, mail fraud, and violation of interstate banking laws.

    CieAura was set up as a cash vehicle for Arnold and Taylor to cash hedge against this FTC ruling.

  4. I setup a site to keep track of evidence of the CieAura/Lifewave/HarmonicFM/etc scams/frauds.

    It’s too easy to find the garbage marketing spin from Cieaura and other scammers. Perhaps not that hard to find criticism of the claims those companies make. But it is somewhat difficult to find evidence of their fraud online — I hope my site helps shed light on it in a more concise way than some of the forums and perhaps dissuades people from becoming a rep for them.

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