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Complaint Review: Super Food My Body - Dimondale Michigan

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  • Reported By: Ed — Riverview United States

Super Food My Body UPAG, Grab n Go Salad, Gail Rahill, Lynette Artin UPAG, GNGS, Super Food My Body promised passive monthly income for leasing units of vertical farming operation. Dimondale Michigan

*Author of original report: Update May18, 2020

*Author of original report: Update 02/07/20

*Author of original report: Update 1/1/20

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This scam started out as UPAG (Urban Pure AGriculture).  The original pitch wvertical as that we lease various size sections of their vertical farming operation and we would be paid a passive income equal to 45% per harvest of whatever size section we leased from them. 

My first investment with them was in August of 2018 and the first harvest was to be sold by mid-February of 2019.  As of today (12/2/19), I, as well as all other 400 investors haven't been paid a single cent.  The terms of the 'investment' have changed many times and we have not been able to order any of the produce which has been grown in our sections. 

They have not fulfilled ANY of their promises nor met any of the several dates they have given us.  They are currently being actively investigated by the FBI and the district attorney in Rochester, NY. 

There is a lot more to this story but the bottom line is - Don't get involved in any way, shape, or form with this company or order any products.  You'll never see any product from them.  

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Update May18, 2020

AUTHOR: Ed - (United States)

POSTED: Monday, May 18, 2020

It appears that Gail Rahill and Lynette Artin are now pushing another business - Total Life Changes (https://totallifechanges.com/).  There has been absolutely no update from either Gail or Lynette regarding t he situation with GNGS/SuperfoodMyBody/Upag in over two months.    I'm not posting this to pass judgment on whether or not TLC is a viable business.  I'm posting because Gail and Lynette are untrustworthy and the only thing they care about is whether or not THEY make money.  They have consistently promised refunds to several people and those refunds have not been made. 

The attorney general of New York has instructed Gail to begin making refund payments to those who have requested them but she still hasn't begun to do that.  Her claim is that she doesn't have the money.  That's an interesting claim because by UPAG's own website, the value on the 'leases' they sold was over $3 million.  Please, if you want to join TLC, by all means, check them out thouroughly.  If you decide to join, don't join under Gail or Lynette's sponsorship.  

I sent Gail a message via Telegram asking her to explain why she was pushing TLC when so many of us who invested in UPAG/GNGS/SFMB remain unpaid.  So far, there has been no response.  Imagine that!

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Update 02/07/20

AUTHOR: Ed - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, February 07, 2020

The start of sales on Amazon which was to have been done by the end of january, 2020 has not materialized.  The only explanation given investors is that they are continuing to work on it.  They continue to offer 'special deals' and advertise how much money one can make but the plain and simple fact is that not one investor (they don't like that term) has been paid one single cent. 

I've been in this since August22, 2018 and haven't seen any return.  There are many others who invested around that time who have had the same results - zero reutrn.  Many promises but no return.  

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Update 1/1/20

AUTHOR: Ed - (United States)

POSTED: Tuesday, December 31, 2019

The reason for my original report was that I had been totally frustrated trying to get answers to questions I had about this operation.  No answers + no support = no trust and much frustration .

I should not have called this a scam but should have been a little more patient. 

Since I initially filed my report, there appears to have been some progress made. I received a 30-day supply of microgreen capsules (Super Food My Body); we have been told that lab testing of the MGs will be completed this month (January, 2020) and that plans are being made to sell SFMB online thru Amazon and WalMart web sites as well as others.  There may be other positive signs that I have not been told of.  

I do applaud the switch from focusing on marketing full size produce to marketing the SFMB product.  If something is not working, you switch to something that does instead of staying with the sinking ship.  

In conclusion, will UPAG/SFMB ultimately succeed?  I don't know.  But I do know that they are trying hard to make it work and I don't regret the investment I've made.  Time will tell.

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