witness to the tragedy.
by pour it down the drain
Yes it is a scam. The main doctor has lied about his credentials, as a background check confirmed, and also lied about his objectivity as it turned out he is a FAMILY MEMBER of the company.
This is a truly egregious offense, when he is also lying about the efficacy of mangosteen and Xango to people who are combating serious illness such as cancer, and an abuse of his limited credentials.
The company itself maintains this lie, pretending that dr. templeman has no relation to the company, but despite being a family member, he also is listed in federal documents under his political contributions as employed as...not a doctor...but a "XANGO EXECUTIVE".
Now, thats not just a typo.
Watching a family member die battling cancer is painful, but watching them plummet $120,000 into debt trying to make money and regain health on some scam artist juice hurts all that much more.
The income claims are just as deceitful. Look up the average annual income report for Xango, it really is literally less than a percent at the top who are taking practically ALL OF THE MONEY.
This is unforgivable unethical and should be taken very seriously.