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|December 16 2002, 6:31 PM |
Because there the FTC has never proven any of their claims against zMAX. All they are trying to do is to file the suit and scare a small company, like zMAX, into cowering to submission. The goverment is big, the company small. The goverment can throw an almost unlimited amount of TAXPAYER DOLLARS (that would be ours) at a company without real reason, and try to bankrupt them. It's a simple process, and that's how the FTC works. So whose the criminal? Who is the FTC protecting? Wise up people! The FTC's MO is to do what they want, to whom they want, and then by simply filing a suit/claim, turn public sentiment against the the little guy, and subsequently put them out of business, without ever proving a thing. Don't be so gullible. Try the stuff and make up your own mind, or don't frickin' use it. But don't be so stupid as to be used as an agent of ignorance by the FTC.