I found this website while searching for "The Greatest Vitamin In The World". Besides all of the assumptions made on the website I noticed where it said:
"An Internet search on February 8, 2004, "Greatest Vitamin in the World" yielded more than 22,000 "hits" that appear to reflect the efforts of hundreds if not thousands of independent advertisers."
So why are people not getting tons of sales? Well, if you do a search on Google for "The Greatest Vitamin In The World" the #1 website is Quackwatch with their title:
"Be Wary of Don Lapre, Doug Grant, and "The Greatest Vitamin in the World". The sole reason why everyone is not successful is directly related to Quackwatch.
The website then goes on to say:
"The vitamins in "The Greatest Vitamin" are similar to those available at any drug store for a few pennies a dose. "Not synthetic" is just an excuse to charge exorbitant prices. Vitamins are chemical compounds and are exactly the same regardless of how they are prepared."
This just blew me away. I see the article was written by Timothy Quill, M.D. and Stephen Barrett, M.D., I guess "M.D." stands for "Major Dumbnut". I bet they also believe all cars are the same, all fast food is the same, all sneakers are the same etc. They have OBVIOUSLY done no research whatsoever on vitamins.
**In fact, just about every natural remedy I could think of was "debunked" by this website. I would not be surprised if Timothy Quill, M.D. and Stephen Barrett, M.D. worked for some Pharmaceutical Company.**
Then at the bottom of their website they have a link to "Make A Donation" (AS IF THEY ARE DOING ANYONE A SERVICE. WELL MAYBE THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES). I believe hundreds of dollars are being ripped of from people across the country making this wasteful donation.
The information found In quackwatch is worth less than a grain of salt. If you have made a donation to this company I suggest you write them and ask for your donation back.
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