Note: As of August 17, 2012, I have been legally required to change all references of Gluten Relief to Gluten Sensitivity since it turns out Jason violated a trademark by using that name. You can read about it here.
Jason is the CEO of The Wise Alternative, the company that promotes and sells Gluten Sensitivity, the miracle drug that “allows even the most severe celiacs to consume gluten and stay healthy” (his words, not mine).
This post is based on Jason’s comment yesterday on my previous post.
Thanks again for your response Jason.
I have no desire to carry on an endless conversation with you, but I will respectfully respond to your latest comments, and then from here I will take all of the necessary next steps to have Gluten Relief removed from the market.
You see Jason, people can live their lives one of two ways: they can live for themselves or they can live for others. And living for others does not mean sacrificing your own life for the good of others. I’m a strong believer that the more you try to help others, the more you’ll be helping yourself.
It’s basically good vs. evil Jason. And I suggest you read other’s comments about your product and realize that you are on the wrong side of the fence.
But onto the specifics of your comment.
“I understand the frustration you must feel.”
“Stop kissing my ass. You have no idea the frustration I feel that you are profiting off celiacs and doing untold harm to them.”
“We as a natural health company cannot use the word cure and have not done so. J.E. Block MD, FACP uses the word in the study summary in his capacity as a medical professional of 50 years, noted author and former professor.”
“What’s the difference? Because you are a retailer, you cannot say it. But the person behind the product does indeed say it. To me, it’s one and the same.”
“Patient and customer confidentiality is paramount as you well know.”
“It’s another convenience where you do not need to prove your product works.”
“The Money Back Guarantee assures you peace of mind with a laboratory test.”
“The money back guarantee is a pure come-on to increase sales. Few doctors accept positive EnteroLab test results as proof of anything and tests offered by EnteroLab haven’t yet been validated by outside labs or through peer-reviewed research.”
“If we wanted to make money we would develop a product that a person had to take forever.”
“As Zach so awesomely pointed out yesterday, a scam artist only needs the scammed to buy the product 1 time (for $140 in your case). If you’ve sold to 5,000 dummies that’s $700,000. That’s making money in my book.”
“The debate is interesting and the time and effort involved in such a product is more than you can imagine and we look forward to it.”
“A debate usually means a fair argument on both sides. To me, this is you against every celiac alive. That’s not a debate. That’s a scam.”
You can reply to this post if you want Jason. But you are not convincing me or anybody else that your product is nothing but a sham.
Will you do the right thing and take it off the market?
Oh, and one more question Jason. Have you heard of Paul Seelig?
If not, I suggest you read this.
The guy is in prison for 10 years for pissing off celiacs.
And to my loyal readers, here is a video of Jason talking about Gluten Sensitivity.
(Note: The video was taken down by Jason due to trademark violations.)