- Report: #1062025
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Complaint Review: UMAX NUTRITION
UMAX NUTRITIONkoreatown los angeles, California USA
UMAX NUTRITION UMAX NUTRITION IS A SCAM AND A HAZARDOUS TO HEALTH los angeles California
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Beware of U Max Nutrition.
U Max used to called Max Gain and it was owned by a Los Angeles company called Visionstar, in Koreatown, Los Angeles.
U Max is still owned by Visionstar which is owned by two crooked Israeli brothers.
The reason whu Max Gain went out of businss and has resurfaced as U Max, is because it was a harmful male enhacement product that never "enhanced" any male, but did cause seizures, strokes, and death in over 14 men who had purchased and used the product, on false advertisement by the telemarketers who these brothers hired(and paid no wages to) to sell it to unsuspecting men, over the phone.
Max gain was buried under so many law suits, that the 2 corrupt brothers(with the money from mommy and daddy, who frequently fund the ridiculous ventures of these snot-nosed criminals), that they decided to just change the name to U Max and thus now operate their scam anew.
Please do not be fooled by this dangerous product.
U Max is just Max Gain, reincarnated by using the same stale --and very harmful--leftover pills, in the same old bottles, but with new lables.
Beware, if you receive a sales call or respond to any advertisement by this scam product.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/25/2013 02:08 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/UMAX-NUTRITION/los-angeles-California-90012/UMAX-NUTRITION-UMAX-NUTRITION-IS-A-SCAM-AND-A-HAZARDOUS-TO-HEALTH-los-angeles-California-1062025. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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