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LifeVantage Statement

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I'm still working on crafting a statement regarding the removal of my articles relating to LifeVantage their Protandim product.

I expect it to be published before Blog Action Day's "Raise Your Voice" campaign on October 16, 2015. This year's theme of that campaign is notable:

"We have the power to create the world we want to see when we raise our voice to promote positive change and expose unjust actions. However, those who speak out are often under attack. This Blog Action Day we will celebrate those heroes who raise their voice when faced with censorship, threats and even violence. We will raise our voices to defend their right to raise theirs. We will overcome silence with our words and actions. We will share their stories. We will fight for those whose voice has been silenced."

Last updated on October 9, 2015.

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  1. lonnie says:

    Hey Brian, I noticed all your stuff on Lifevantage has been taken down. Word has it that you settled a lawsuit with them and you are taking everything down. Justice prevails, huh? Maybe, just maybe, Lifevantage was in the right and you are the real scammer. Ever think of that? Apparently the judge felt that Lifevantage was in the right. After this, how long do you think it will be before the other companies you are bashing will do the same thing that Lifevantage did. Maybe it’s time to throw in the towel. Or perhaps you have millions of dollars you are willing to throw at lawsuits you can’t win. I truly don’t understand you Brian. I do hope you post this.

  2. Lazy Man says:

    Thanks for the comment Lonnie.

    I remember when you were bashing me for calling MonaVie a scam. Of course they recently got foreclosed upon for only $15 million and the inventor called it “expensive flavored water.” Maybe you don’t understand me, because you put your faith there?

    Did you hear about the FTC shutting down Vemma for being a pyramid scheme?

    If you think “the judge felt that LifeVantage was in right”, you aren’t very familiar with the case. I’ll give a better explanation in a bit, but here’s my layman’s understanding/explanation. Our defense was that the lawsuit was an attempt to bully a consumer advocate and burden him with legal fees. The judge believed that the lawsuit might have some merit and should go to trial. As I understand it, I had written so much information that they decided it was excessive and accepted none of it as evidence. If you have a different interpretation please let me know.

    With the lawsuit going to trial, I could have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in lawyer and court fees to protect consumers or I could preserve my kids’ college funds.

    The court documents submitted read (paraphrased): Neither party conceded or admitted any issue of fact or law, and each party simply wanted to avoid the costs and expenses of litigating such issues.

    Everyone is open to interpret things how they wish, but I don’t think that reads as though I was wrong in any way.

    Other companies are welcome to go through the same thing… any one can sue anyone for anything. It will take them a couple of years to get through the courts. They better hope to get the same judge, but they won’t as I live in a different state. And I can even recover punitive damages if they lose.

    As we’ve seen with HerbaLife, Vemma, One24, ViSalus, MXI Corporation, and MonaVie, they have enough legal issues and pyramid imploding that I should be the least of their problems.

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