Warren Hanchey has published an interview where he attempts to give some credibility to his own SCAM while revealing much about David Schmidt at LifeWave patches.
You’ll notice that Warren doesn’t dismiss LifeWave patches as being a SCAM because this would cast a shadow of doubt on his own amazing “product”!
Warren does accuse David Schmidt of running a Ponzi scheme:
“The reason I had gotten involved, along with the original founders, was to create a company to help people with good products. Lifewave seem to me to have evolved into just a ponzi pyramid scheme buy 2006.
Ponzi Pyramid Scheme. If sales are being made in a company doing multi-level marketing, and the reason for the sales is to commission out other people, with the product taking a secondary role, then the pyramid definition seems to fit if the drop out rate is high.
Other indications of this would be that if downlines are manipulated for upline benefit, distributors are cut off without notice, and policies and procedures are changed to further the goals of management a pyramid scheme would seem to be the result.”
Warren goes on to give his sales pitch for 8ight:
“So now you have the rest of the story. Lifewave was a tremendous experience for me personally and a shame that credibility could not be maintained. I put everything I could into rolling out the Lifewave technology and I felt I would spend the rest of my business life helping Lifewave grow worldwide.
Little did I know that Lifewave would just be a stop along the way and my dream of products that help people is alive and well and http://www.8ight.com is growing with rave reviews.
8ight LLC has loads of science and credible people involved in the process, including some of those run off by Lifewave. We appreciate the contributions of others, that have been freely offered, and that have made a tremendous influence on our technology.”
“...loads of science”.
Apparently you can buy it by the barrow load!
“Understanding the quantum field in developing holographic programming is leading to many new products that are in development in other companies and I am sure the arrows will be flowing freely as the shock of those new innovations come streaming out. This is just a part of the process of helping change the world.”
So, we are to believe Warren has moved on from a sticky patch SCAM to “inventing” a holographic sticker (available for a few cents in bulk) with magical properties.
Now, take a look at this article about Quantum Field Theory:
Clear as mud, right?
Exactly! Warren Hanchey, Ken Rasner, Power Balance etc. are all relying on people being totally awed by the mere mention of Quantum Physics to take any time to figure out that the new holographic stickers are based on NOTHING other than a nice printing job!
When a magician saws a woman in half and puts her back together again, it’s magic.
Warren Hanchey want’s you to believe he really CAN do it!