Oooh.. I get to be first to reply to this… *cracks knuckles*
I am personally involved with Cieaura,
and for anyone who thinks it is a scam you are wrong. Prove to me its a scam and how? I would love for you too.
Sorry to inform you, you’re the one making the claim, therefore the burden of proof is upon *you* not *us*. However, you won’t accept that argument as valid, will you? Very well.
My proof is this: there is not one single properly conducted test that shows that this product does what it claims, or in fact, does anything - ANYTHING - at all. If you can direct me to such testing, conducted by an independant third-party in a double-blind setting, I will gladly admit I am wrong, and place an order immediately.
How is something a scam when you sign up to have your own business, and RECIEVE product?
Easy. In this case, the PRODUCT does absolutely none of the things it claims to do. False advertising.
You pay for product that you receive, and it is he or she that decides what to do with it. Either distribute the product or use it for personal use.
Why would someone so ‘amazing’ need to have random people selling it?
I do both and am being successfull with this new company and am proud to be apart of it.
I’m certain they are enjoying the money they get from you for buying their worthless crap and convincing others to buy and distribute more of it. Basic multi-level marketing scam.
Is Amway a scam? Is herballife a scam? I don’t think so.
Got news for you: They both are. Sorry you’ve been taken in by their slick PR campaign.
Again, I will repeat myself: if you can find a single properly-conducted, third-party double-blind test that shows positive results for this product, I will cheerfully admit I am wrong. No testimonials, no vague allusions to tests I want the real thing. Give me that. Otherwise, I’m going to ask you to answer why such tests have *not* been conducted. Until you can answer that conclusively, please don’t think you have the moral high ground here.
I’ve given what criteria I am willing to accept that I am wrong. What criteria will you accept that you are wrong?
Now, granted, it’s entirely possible you are not deluded and deceived, but actually quite aware that what you are selling is pure bullcrap, in which case I have nothing but contempt for you.