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Here is a big scam hitting the area. A juice called XanGo Juice. These sellers sell this grape juice and say it will help you loose weight and heal everything form caner to hair loss. What a scam product and company. They get young kids to market this crap and then they get paid. They even tried to get me to sell this stuff but after a hight priced bottle of this grape juice I knew it was a scam.

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    Diane Severson May 13, 2017
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    Two and a half years ago I was diagnosed with incurable abdominal cancer. I tried going the route of chemo pills which made me very ill. Almost a year ago a friend told me about the Xango juice. By that time I was not doing well, in a wheelchair, and barely able to do anything. Four days after starting the juice I started to feel more energetic. Five months later I was able to ditch the wheelchair. My ct scan showed that the tumors have softened and changed texture. I am able to do household chores again and can walk a half mile. The Xango is the only treatment I am doing. It is keeping me alive. Will my cancer go away? We don't know but as long as I am feeling good and I'm still here, I will keep drinking it. I realize it may not cure my cancer but this is ok as I am maintaining a good quality of life.

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    Mike Browne Mar 29, 2016
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    "Why pay $40 for a $6 bottle of juice?" -- Dr. Dean Edell.

    Xango is just another multi-level-marketing scheme, which is just a pyramid scam dressed respectably, like a paroled convict looking for a job. In Xango's case, looking for gullible buyers to do its marketing. If it did everything it claimed the world's stock exchanges would be hammering at its doors. I was invited to a Xango conference in Long Beach (for $100) where I'd hoped to learn something about the product. The entire program consisted of cheerleading song and dance acts with a few canned testimonials thrown in. The only people who make even a percentage of what they invest in a monthly cost of $200 per sucker are those at the very top of the downline.

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    Jecv Oct 24, 2015
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    My young son came home as a gal who knew him through school asked to talk to him about Xango. When he met her there was a guy there that showed him his nice car and watches. He came home and told me about this new opportunity and he was going to a meeting that week. When he came home from the meeting he was talking about how he could make a lot of money buy selling a drink and was so excited as they were going to give him the whole area to sign up his friends. His sponsor, the little 20 yr. old girl that signed him up was going to take on the big city north. I quickly googled drink scams and Bingo, I showed him what people had been told and how they get young college kids sign up by getting them to these meetings and taking their money right away for some kit. Asked him about this drink that he knew nothing about, but said he could make $2, 000 a week and get a much better car. That they really liked him and giving him a large sales territory, his home town with all his friends to sign up. Wow what young teenage boy would t take that deal. I called the bank as he was still on his high school checking account and the XANGO transaction had not shown as going though yet. Chase saidI had to call the company as he paid with his ATM . I called Xango and they said, his kit already shipped (before money had shown taken out of account). I told them we would t be accepting the package and it would go back to them. It took another phone call from my son, a couple weeks later to follow up on but we did get the $101.41 back in his account. Today he received a welcome letter, and 3 sponsors names. Names are listed after their title- Your Sponsor, Your Sponsor s Sponsor and then the Upline Sponsor. What a pyramid scheme they have going! This company needs to be shut down!!! I just asked my son what type of car came by as they met in front of Starbucks, it was a Rolls Royce, he just happen to have 3 Rolex watches in the back f his car that he could earn to by selling Xango. JOKE!

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    Jecv Oct 24, 2015
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    My young son came home as a gal who knew him through school asked to talk to him about Zango. When he met her there was a guy there that showed him his nice car and watches. He came home and told me about this new opportunity and he was going to a meeting that week. When he came home from the meeting he was talking about how he could make a lot of money by selling a drink and was so excited as they were going to give him the whole area to sign up his friends. His sponsor, the little 20 yr. old girl that signed him up was going to take on the big city north. I quickly googled drink scams and Bingo, I showed him what people had been told and how they get young college kids sign up by getting them to these meetings and taking their money right away for some kit. Asked him about this drink that he knew nothing about, but said he could make $2, 000 a week and get a much better car. That they really liked him and giving him a large sales territory, his home town with all his friends to sign up. Wow what young teenage boy would t take that deal. I called the bank as he was still on his high school checking account and the ZANGO transaction had not shown as going though yet. Chase saidI had to call the company as he paid with his ATM . I called Zango and they said, his kit already shipped (before money had shown taken out of account). I told them we would t be accepting the package and it would go back to them. It took another phone call from my son, a couple weeks later to follow up on but we did get the $101.41 back in his account. Today he received a welcome letter, and 3 sponsors names. Names are listed after their title- Your Sponsor, Your Sponsor s Sponsor and then the Upline Sponsor whose name is Steven J Sharif. What a pyramid scheme they have going! This company needs to be shut down!!!

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    Mike Browne Oct 21, 2015
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    To quote Dr. Dean Edel, "Why pay $40 for $6 bottle of juice?" Years ago I totally wasted $100 to attend a Xango conference at the Long Beach Convention Center. It was two days of eight agonizing hours each of bad variety show songs, slick videos hinting at riches, and choreographed demonstrations and with no substance whatever. Nothing at all about the product, which is not even very good fruit juice, let alone some sort of miracle cure, which if isn't. Look, so-called Multi-Level Marketing is just a shabby Pyramid Scheme in a new polyester plaid suit.

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    harleyda Apr 17, 2015
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    We live in an age of incredible constant medical and scientific advancements, It boggles my mind that some people can't take the time to do a little research and try and find 1, just one HUMAN CLINICAL STUDY ever done that shows that Mangosteen does ANYTHING!
    And go ahead and google the study that was done by the Mayo Clinic on Xango. IT WAS TERMINATED, TERMINATED, TERMINATED.
    WHY? Because they found out it was a scam.
    People wake up! The only people who tell you that Mangosteen works miracles, is because they want your money, and a lot of it for fruit juice.
    These are con men who like to go skiing and travel to exotic locations, and drive nice cars and live in nice homes because you are too stupid to realize that they are selling you about $1 worth of concentrated juice for around $35 a bottle.
    But go ahead and keep believing(Nikki Gilday) that Xango juice is a miracle cure, there is nothing wrong with being gullible and dumb and not checking for facts about so called miracle cures.

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    Bonnieli Apr 17, 2015

    harleyda:

    I understand you. For those people who said xango juice can cure everything. Obviously, they have been brian washed. Waste time to talk to them, coz they live in their own imagination.

    Just hope do not have more people to lose their money in this rubbish juice

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    staranise Apr 08, 2015

    Hi all, I have enjoyed reading through this thread, as this is the first place I have found where anything negative is said about the mangosteen juice. Personally I tried it because off all the raving about the health benefits, & it has only brought me grief. Recently, I bought some fruit bars with some mangosteen & my hormone imbalance symptoms have resurfaced. It's unfortunate that amidst all the positive testimonials that there aren't more honest reviews of the product. I can't believe that I am the only one in the world who has had a negative side-effect to mangosteen use & actually have more imbalanced hormones as a result!

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    harleyda Mar 28, 2015
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    Oh yea, Sure it works ! It works on the bank accounts of sleazy con men who made a bundle off of selling you some fruit juice for $150 a month and probably more. It works so well that the Mayo clinic cancelled it's study on Xango. it works so well that Xango went from being ranked the 4th largest MLM scam to being ranked 140th of the current MLM scams.
    It works so well that the only Doctors who claim that Xango helps you, just happen to be the brother and the father in law of the founder of Xango.
    It works so well that for the 14 years Xango has been in business there still is not one independent human clinical study done that proves Xango does anything for you except separate you from your money.
    It's time to smarten up Nikki and stop being conned by snake oil peddlers.

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    Nikki Gilday Mar 27, 2015

    Speaking from my own experience, XANGO has helped me more than anything else I have ever tried... Before I started on XANGO I was LIVING on pills for this, for that and for the other. After two weeks on XANGO I was off almost all of my medications (which actually THRILLED my doctor). My pain level was down DRAMATICALLY and my energy level was up.. I was more energetic than I had EVER been, even as a child. I will not say that it cures anything, but the health benefits I have received are immeasurable. Each person is different... for some, the results are noted early on... for others, the results may take a month or more. I have even known a few who did NOT notice the improvements until they STOPPED taking it, thinking it was useless. After stopping, they noticed various aches and pains (that they had NOT noticed were gone) came back within a week of stopping XANGO. They promptly resumed taking it, and have continued ever since. Even my husband, who is by nature a cynic and is skeptical of everything, noticed the improvement in my condition. He is another that does not notice the improvements, until he misses taking it. I have now been on XANGO for 11 years and I do NOT regret it one bit. Yes, it IS expensive, but it costs MUCH less than the CO-PAYS I paid every month for all of the medications I was on. And, I no longer have to deal with or worry about the side-effects of those medications.

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    harleyda Mar 01, 2015
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    I did do a search on Dr Armando De Guzman...According to the Sierra Vista Herald 10/6/2005, Dr Armando De Guzman went on trial for malpractice, causing Diane Carabeo severe pain and suffering from a hysterectomy he performed and he cut her Uterer. Diane Carabeo was awarded $200.000. It is sad to see people being misled into believing that this snake oil can help them with cancer. It is even worse to see a disgraced careless Doctor go against all of the laws of his former profession just to make a buck off people who suffer from cancer. These people who keep hinting that Xango can help there cancer struggle are very dangerous and sick. Their only motivation is for them to make money off your cancer. And if Xango does help cancer patients, why does Xango not donate cases of their product to cancer clinics????

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    588475 Sep 23, 2021

    @harleyda Cancer clinics are a booming business. Do you think they want to mess with their job security by sharing remedies to cancer? Look to founded the American Cancer Society.

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    Zangela Mar 01, 2015

    I can't believe this person has posted this Scam information about XanGo. Tgey do not say it cures Cancer or any other disease. It states it aids in healing. I take this juice and not grape juice as the scam report says. It is Mangosteen juice. I have had Stage IV breast Cancer and it is not getting worse, but staying at bay. There are testemonials from people on the websites of people being cured and helped by taking this juice. Doctors have even testified on it. Do a search on Dr. Armando de Guzeman.

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    SeekingTruthfullness Dec 31, 2014

    Harley, I am sorry for all that you have gone through. I am not here to say, one way or the other about this juice, , , , I am trying to find out if it is a scam or for real. I just watched a you tube video of a young man named jon who had aggressive cancer. During the video, he got very emotional, , , said the doctors sent him home to die. Then his mom read about this juice, sent him some and he is alive and doing well now. I have been looking for something to help my husband and am so very overwhelmed with this, that and the other cure. I always try to look up reviews about each of them, which is how I found this site. I see that you are very emotional and passionate about letting people know what you know, you even tell us where to confirm the info you give out. It truly means something to you, and, it does come across to us. Even when people are mean to you, instead of just leaving and giving up, you stick to your guns and provide as much info and backup as you can. I, for one, truly appreciate your efforts. True, you do come across as being harsh, but, considering how frustrated and angry you must be, I can understand that. I don't know if the juice would work for my husband or not, according to what you have exposed, I highly doubt it would be any better than other organic fruit juices with mangosteen. I will not waste our time or money on it. Instead, I will keep looking until I find something worthy. I wish you all the best and thankyou for your help. And remember, if one person took the time to thank you, there are plenty that feel the same.

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    Swart153 Nov 12, 2014

    Xango juice saved my life. I'll be forever thankful. And no, Í don't market it. I think it is rude and a sign of total ignorance to make something bad that you don't have enough info about in the first place. In the second place, mlm is a great way if earning an income. It is hard work, and most people don't have the commitment, perseverance and backbone to see it through. If it don't bring in thousands in 2 months, it is written of as a scam. Shame on you. Wake up, we're in the 21st century, the economy has changed, e-commerce is rising, if you don't change with it, you will fall behind.

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    MyName_is Aug 15, 2014

    dzaem one person hating so much on Xango juice though. Its working and making such positive changes in South Africa.

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    lori scheller Jul 03, 2014
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    Im not sure how or if im doing this right and i wanted to post after each comment but couldnt see how, but i just got in the business of xango and all that are downing it besides didnt cure cancer what reason are you downing it?? I have fibro and narcarlapcy, and I have been on many many drugs that i know are not good for me just to somewhat ease all my systomes a very little, Ive been taking xango for less then a month and I have never been more awake fully alert feeling better then i have in 10 yrs, so im not sure who the sucker is here, but you really need to really chill out with being so negative if people want to try this product there is no reason they shouldn't, they have nothing to lose the only thing that can happen is they can feel batter and their is much proof of that, also how many people are dieing from energy drinks I have heard of a lot, look at whats in them then look at whats in the xango. Yes xango is much better much healthier and works, and sells at the same price so please instead of being so negative be thankful that there is some good trying to be shared...

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    ignorantnerdsbepunished May 12, 2014

    I am frustrated with the comments about XANGO being a scam. XANGO Is NOT A SCAM. I've been involved in XANGO for many years, it is NOT a scam but it is difficult if you're looking into becoming a distributor and as a business standpoint it is difficult to get started. It is difficult to get people to sign up because of the cost of the product. It is also difficult because many people won't believe in the health benefits of the product. XANGO NEVER HAS CLAIMED OR EVER WILL CLAIM THAT IT "CURES CANCER". There is so much ignorance over the web. GO DO SOME RESEARCH OF THE ACTUAL PRODUCT. Don't listen to someone who is 100% about the politics of what happened to someone who drank the juice. It isn't a cure to your arthritis, it isn't a cure to cancer, and many people said before EVEYONE IS DIFFERENT!! THAT BEING SAID, it HAS PROVEN INGREDIENTS IN THE JUICE THAT ARE BENEFICIAL TO YOUR BODY. Key ingredients in XANGO = the MANGOSTEEN fruit. What is a mangosteen fruit? Is it healthy? Where do mangosteens come from?
    Here's some facts about MANGOSTEEN:
    Believed to have come from the Sunda Islands and the Moluccas of Indonesia and also Malaysia
    **** Is chock-full of anti-oxidants ****
    **** Contains 43 of the 200 or so xanthones which can only be found in nature ****
    Are about the size of a tangerine and weighs between 80 to 140 grams (about 3 to 5 ounces)
    **** Are anti-inflammatory that also fights viruses, bacteria, tumors, old age, allergies, and lethargy ****
    Is mentioned in the annals of Chinese medical accounts dating back as far as the MING DYNASTY (between 1369 A.D. and 1644 A.D.)
    Is Thailand’s National Fruit
    Is so highly acclaimed that many people around the world believe that it is the best tasting fruit
    It takes up to ten years of cultivation before a Mangosteen tree can bare fruit
    The mangosteen tree produces fruit twice a year
    Is the fruit of an evergreen tree
    Trees grow between 20 to 80 feet in some areas
    In addition to mangosteen being called the “Queen of all fruits, ” it is also referred to as “The food of the gods”

    WHAT XANGO DOES CLAIM AND HAS BEEN PROVEN TO:
    maintain intestinal health*
    support the immune system*
    neutralize free radicals*
    support cartilage and joint function*
    promote a healthy seasonal respiratory system*

    In my very own life I have seen the XANGO Juice help with my eczema. I KNOW that XANGO is not a scam.

    XANGO is full of antioxidant's, xanthones, and is made from "The Queen of Fruit" which is the mangosteen fruit.
    Go do more research before you make any more ignorant claims.

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    llewis1983 Nov 05, 2013
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    My parents signed up with Xango a few years ago. For quite some time i shut them down - not wanting to hear anything about Xango or the Juice.

    There is a lot more to Xango then the juice however. they have new products all the time. The company has been around for quite some time...succeeding where many many others have failed.

    Don't get me wrong i am still learning...still trying to understand the whole of Xango and everything it has to offer. I will tell you however from someone who was a 100% critical of anything MLM (xango included) I am better understanding how the idea of it all works.

    I am in sales for my 'real job'. In Sales i receive a commission for products that i have sold. If my team does well my manager receives a commission. If the company does well the VP/CEO receive commission. When sales companys are looking to hire new employees they are search for people to believe in the product they sell and sell it well. Why do we not harp on the sales structure if MLM basically follows the same thing?? As for a Pyramid scheme...tell me one company that is not one!

    What amazes me is that the Health and Wellness not to mention the Anti - Aging are billion/trillion dollar industries. As a society we have individuals paying hundreds to thousands each year on pills, supplements, gyms, weight loss products, anti-aging, injections, plastic surgery, ect. Do some research on what is included in the products vs. what you would have to pay for them through other means. What is so wrong with people believing in a product they believe is good for them and wanting to share that.

    Most people in Xango realizes that it is not a get rich quick company...or they need to be better in contact with their up lines. For those who feel lost..you need to speak to your up line, to your counter parts as someone put it this is a company that has to help each other.

    I suggest for the younger generation to really look into the favo products (Limitless, Ignite and reload). I use and believe in these products! they are worth checking out!

    I will also research and am not fully invested full time, but i do know that this is something to not just turn your head at just because it is a MLM!

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    harleyda Sep 19, 2013
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    Wow ! what amazing testamonial, I also take Mangosteen supplement, but only in capsule form. Freeze dried Mangosteen deliver 10 times the amount of Xanthone but way cheaper, and I'm not paying the incredible mark up for fruit juice you do . I get a months supply for $30.00 and my friends and family have had amazing results.
    Mangosteen in Xango juice is Pasteurized and irradiated, that kills most the nutrients.
    And Xango does not list the amount of Mangosteen in each bottle.
    Have you seen the latest Xango lawsuit between the founders? most of your $600.00 Xango goes to a bunch of greedy poeple who are millionares and you probably get about $10.00 worth of Mangosteen puree. Health should not cost a fortune.

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    Viv Webber Sep 19, 2013

    To all these people complaining about Xango I would just like to share the following with you guys! WE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO MAKE ANY CLAIMS REGARDING XanGo AND WHAT IT WILL OR WILL NOT DO!!! XanGo does not claim to heal, treat, cure or diagnose any disease and is a natural whole food juice from the whole fruit mangosteen. There is no guarantee that the next person will have the same result as another person or even in the same time as each person is different from another. My husband and I buy 5 boxes of juice monthly for myself (whom have an amazing testimonial without knowing what it would do until 5 months later), my husband uses a box a month for Osteoarthritis (for first time in over 20 years he had no pain within 4 days and 18 months later still no pain), sinus and clarity of mind in general, my mother in law (72) uses a box for Rheumatoid Arthritis - even the swollen enlarged knuckles (nodules and crooked fingers) has improved over a period of 12 months and she has no pain and my mother of 92 who is generally healthy can feel how the aches of old age diminishes when on Xango and them my sister of 64 been on Xango now for about 8 months has improved sinusitis, higher energy levels and no aches and pains from aging. Now why would be pay for 5 cases a month if this didn't work ? I have so many testimonials of people whom registered with me and experienced improved health!!! What drives me crazy is all the people who probably does not do what they should by drinking at least 3 oz 3 times per day perhaps and does not consume enough water throughout the day to flush their system of toxins etc... Give me one single doctor that will give a cancer patient a guarantee of getting healed with whatever treatment he suggests which by the way costs up to 30 times more than Xango? No doctor or health care practitioner will ever give any guarantee of healing any disease and when you go for an operation you sign an indemnity form - excuse me you paying this doctor and the theater and hospitalization and YOU SIGN AN INDEMNITY? I will much rather drink my Xango and as I am currently age 53 and because of Xango I have the energy of a 35 year old and back to my health before all my medical drama, doctors could not treat my condition as they did not know what it was and grabbed any diagnosis possible just to be able to diagnose something - which evidently was never true! Doctors bury their mistakes and we are none the wiser... I will much rather consume my juice and feel on top of the world thank you very much!

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    harleyda Jun 12, 2013
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    Oh Good Lord cndr! a billion dollar company that can't afford to pay their property tax?
    Wow! if they have their name on a soccer jersey that must mean that they are credible.
    Have you googled : Xango lawsuit 2013 lately?
    I used to get annoyed by people like cndr, but now I kind of feel sorry for them.
    Most people who get scammed into joining these MLM( Mormons looting Mormons)companies are just victims of the brain washing and cult tactics that these companies use on people like cndr.
    Grand illusions of money and an endless stream of income. And all you got to do is sell juice and face cream and energy powder and a whole bunch of other over priced worthless products made in China for pennies that you could get at any Wallmart for a fraction of the cost.
    When these people realize that maybe they have become duped, they start looking on web sights like this one for answers, but instead of learning they become defensive and snarky, leading to comments like "I have step daddy issue's".
    I probably have some Mommy issue's.
    You see, she really believed in Xango's false claims before they got a warning from the FDA in 2006 to either stop it, or be put out of business.
    Poor Mom got duped just like cndr.

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    rexflay Jun 12, 2013

    oh please smack this idiot down harley

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    harleyda May 24, 2013
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    Sherman Unkefer leaves Xango to retire.
    Sherman Unkefer has transfered the company called X1 over to his son/ grand father inlaw. to Derick Raynes.
    Mr Raynes is now the CEO and president of X1.

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    cnder May 12, 2013
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    Wow, I look at all your comments and have to ask, are you like a Xango stalker or something? Good Lord, it's a billion dollar company, whose never missed a commission payment to their 2 million + distributors spread across 43 countries. Their CEO is splashed across multiple magazine covers raving about his and the companies accomplishments, they are the major sponsor for a professional soccer team (Salt Lake Real) who have the company name plastered on their jersey, they publish the average income of all their distributors (not an industry requirement, but they have an open book/open door practice) and the incomes are good...but yet, you still proclaim they're a scam. In all sincerity, have you got nothing better to do with your time? By looking at your first comment about Xango way back when, it seems as though you have some stepdaddy issues...which I have to say, has nothing to do with the rest of us 2 million + distributors. Not to be offensive in any way, but somebody's got to say it here...perhaps, just perhaps...you need to get some help?

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    cnder May 12, 2013
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    Good Lord, it's a billion dollar company, whose never missed a commission payment to their 2 million + distributors spread across 43 countries. Their CEO is splashed across multiple magazine covers raving about his and the companies accomplishments, they are the major sponsor for a professional soccer team (Salt Lake Real) who have the company name plastered on their jersey, they publish the average income of all their distributors (not an industry requirement, but they have an open book/open door practice) and the incomes are good...but yet, you still proclaim they're a scam. In all sincerity, have you got nothing better to do with your time?

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    harleyda May 07, 2013
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    Hello gullible person.
    If you really think Xango is so great, then why does'nt every hospital and doctors office in the world prescribe Xango for every illness there is?
    The Government can't stop doctors and hospitals from giving patients Xango!
    Xango and vitamin supplement companies can legally make more misleading statements about their products than big Pharma.
    You should really try very hard to find 1 independent, human clinical study, ever done on the effectiveness of Xango or Mangosteen before you start making irresponsible phony statements about a bottle of $35 snake oil.
    Most people like you are just duped into believing this scam, and one day you will realize that you have been taken advantage of by a bunch of con artists.
    These predators use scare tactics and conspiracy theories to lure you into spending thousands of dollars a year for fruit juice that they only spend around $2 a bottle for.
    Think about the profit they are making off you? Is it any wonder why they lie?

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    Roma de ruyter May 07, 2013
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    Hello Mr Negative thoughts
    I am not a sales person or any member of xango. I was not forced to buy this juice from a sales person or rep. My sister say me to try this juice who is not a sales person on rep of xango. Where you there when they where making this xango juice or you get all those reports from the internet. Why does the government not allow that. By the where the most important thing in the mangosteen juice is the peel of the fruit that has the all the benefits. Doctors have proven that this juice can help the body for illnesses, but as i said the government of america along with the head of the FDA does not want to except this product. Because they know that pharmacy will close down and they wont be making money. They rather let people . Take an example of Coca cola, which is so harmful to the body, because it has aspartame. But the government allows that, because there is alot of money to be made. On xango the government cannot make money, so what they do is reject the product. Do research on how the FDA and the american goverment works. I have a friend here who has cancer and her heart is failing she was bed ridden, she has to go for an operation which doctors say she will not survive. She cannot afford a box of this mangosteen juice, her doctor has given her this box of juice for free and she has taken it for a month and now she is back on her feet and back to work. Thats what i called a miracle. All i can say you, if you think xango is a scam then you can go on posting negative thoughts.

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    harleyda May 07, 2013
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    Ask some of these questions to your Xango sales rep.
    Why are there no independent human clinical studies done on Xango or Mangosteen?
    Why does Xango not admit, that the 2 so called leading expert doctors for Xango are family members of the founders of Xango?
    If the bottling company uses irradiation and Pasteurization to keep the juice from going bad, does this not kill 80% of the nutrients.
    Xango has been around for 10 years, this is a long long time, in this day of technology and medical science zero proof of it's effectiveness.
    You are the victim of a predatory sales person who will do and say anything to get you to buy $35 a bottle useless fruit juice.

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    Roma de ruyter May 07, 2013
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    Hello
    Xango saved my life. We should not be judging xango. I was very ill and in and out of hospital. All i was given in hospital was more and more medication, but still remained the same. Doctors could not find out what was wrong with me. Eventually, i was given a bottle of xango to try. Thanks to the man above, i am now cured from my illness by just taking Xango. We should be fighting against medication, which are killing people not natural products. The reason why the FDA does not want to except the mangosteen juice as a cure, is because if people start taking the juice and healing from it the pharmaceutical companies will close down. So whoever thinks xango is a scam think again, Maybe it does not help you, but it is helping thousand of other people out there. I believe in natural products.

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    Christopher U May 06, 2013
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    They are selling mangosteen juice at overinflated prices, charging you way to much for shipping. you can get 6 bottles with same ingredients for half the price and no shipping.

    Biorganic Life™
    Mangosteen Juice
    32 oz Liquid / Item #015309


    Buy 1 Get 2 Free
    3 for $26.99

    Buy 2 Get 4 Free
    6 for $53.98

    same size bottle Xango charges you like $140 for 4 bottles you compare and decide for yourself if your getting ripped off.

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    Roma de ruyter Mar 29, 2013
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    I am not a xango distributor. Thanks to xango for this wonderful product. It changed my health problems which could not be cured by doctors.

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    harleyda Dec 20, 2012
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    Dear Ssak, In response to your wonderful feel good sermon.
    You are so right!
    I'm going to follow your example and start drinking Snake oil, and taking really expensive Vitamins.WOW
    Then I will be healthy like you and support a bunch con men in Utah.
    I should just shut up and be a better person and let my mother rest in peace.
    And as far as the facts and evidence that Xango is a complete fraud, I should just keep silent. Right?
    As far as Sherman Unkefer, maybe a guy who ripped off people for $17 million and went to jail for fraud should be my hero too. Right!
    Maybe a fraud like yourself should stop spewing verbal diarrhea.
    It always get's me laughing when goof balls like you, always try to defend Xango and start in on my being so "hatefull" and "bitter" .
    And as far as the money issue that all of you Xombies like to bring up as my reason for doing this.
    Nice try, I would gladly like to give you the name of my mothers Attorney, his name is Grant Teeple,
    Since you know so much about me and my motives, perhaps you should give him a call and ask him about my request to have any pay out of my mothers trust go directly to her favorite charities.
    In fact, last August my brother Mark and I where removed as beneficiaries of my mothers trust for questioning the validity of Xango and being outspoken about our Mothers needless suffering and death as a result of her faith in paid doctors of Xango and it's literature that was banned by the FDA in 2006.
    The head of Trust is Todd Hall, maybe you should contact him and ask him why? I would love to e mail you thier phone numbers.
    And here is my e mail, [email protected]
    I would love to send you all the facts .
    But just like all of you Xombies, facts are just not important when your brainwashed.
    Your not the first idiot to fall for an enormous scam like Xango, and you won't be the last.
    I get people all the time like you sending me hate mail.
    Funny thing is, they just don't like the truth.


    Try and be more original Ssak, and loose the phony preacher, John Lennon, "let's give peace a chance" bit.
    I think the world would be a better place when frauds, ex cons, and cheesy salesmen stop peddling worthless Snake oil to gullible sick people.and ###s like you.

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    Ssak Dec 19, 2012
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    Everyone has a past. I have been involved in Xango for about 7 years now. I drink the juice, take the vitamins and ladies in the house use Glimpse and so do I for sun. I must say I never get sick with anything especially in the winter months. I used to get one or two unbelievable bad cases of strep throut virus every year. Have had nothing in 7 years. I do not really do the businesss as I exhausted all my contacts with the tradition teachings of network marketing. In limbo...will never stop using the product as I feel there is some value to it just as people do with Scotch. Sorry to hear about Sharon's ordeal. I have met her and Sherman. You sound very bittter about her death. As her son you have that right. I lost my father Christmas morning in 1995 at the youthful age of 58. He was a heavy smoker...had a massive heart attach and I am very bitter to all people who have health issues with something they have control of. Especially when given a second chance and they do not change their lifestyle to help and then they have the attitude that everyone should feel sorry for them and do not take ownership of their issues. Your mother had a choice. She was not shackled and chained to a wagon and taken to the clinic like a prisoner. She obviously had a belief that natural medicine history has it's place. Western medicine has it's place but I think it causes alot of unexpected deaths in our world that have no accountability. Everyone has an opinion and a belief system. I do not endorse the products to anyone so I am not sticking up for anyone here. I think it is amazing to see what consumes people's lives today. No wonder the world i in so much termoil these days. The negativity in society as a whole is bizzare. I feel alot of that reading this posting. Let your mother rest in peace and you deal with Sherman personally however you choose to. Do not blame the people at Xango for your mother's death. They did not kill her. Obviously there is a money issue that you feel entitled to and are not receiving or something drastic to have all this verbal diarhea posted all over the place. Let go and deal with your loss with some dignity for your mother. I am not a preacher nor claim to be a steady church goer. Just wanted to put my perspective here for you to read. Everyone just chill out alittle...the world will be a better place for all of us to enjoy.

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    jlippert Jul 23, 2012

    oh man. yeah. its a scam. where to begin?
    their top salesman, sherman unkefer spent 8 years in prison for FRAUD! he's still tied up in lawsuits because he stole millions from people went to jail and won't pay it back, while all his money is in some trust in the cayman islands. apparently he was also having an affair with his daughter in law while his wife was dying of cancer. so yeah he's a real classy fellow.

    as for the science behind the juice? the doctors who write all the literature on it are Dr. Templeman and Dr. Morton. Xango Lied to the FDA and continues to lie saying that they have no relationship financial or otherwise to these doctors (because if they did they would be legally accountable for all the lies that were found by the FDA in the material they write)

    so it turns out, they are BOTH family members. dr. david morton is the brother of the founders, and Templeman is his father in Law. on top of that, templeman routinely says "i dont work for Xango" but if you look up his financial contributions, in a donation to mit romney, he lists his occupation as "xango executive". these guys are just lying out their eyeballs to cancer patients and other people. its sick.

    the other spokesperson, dr. shawn talbott was fined multi millions of dollars by the FTC for lying.

    and what could you even say about the juice? they wont even disclose how much actual mangosteen is in it, with 8 other juice CONCENTRATES, its NOT organic, its pasteurized, killing nutrients did happen to be left in it. the hawaii journal of health absolutely RIPPED APART Xango's "science" showing that all the studies were paid for by xango and used manipulative tactics to deceptively convey positive outcomes.

    additionally this company has been hammered by ABC, time magazine, forbes, the american cancer society, and sloan kettering, to name a few.

    as far as income opportunity? its a joke. just look up the average annual income report for yourself, and plug in the percentages of people in each level. virtually NO ONE but these liars at the top make money in this company.

    they have already been shut down for being a pyramid scheme in italy and Germany (and when they tested the juice for mangosteen content in Germany they said it didn't even have enough to qualify as a novelty food)
    and they are now being protested heavily in Russia and Kazakhstan.

    this article suggests they are already collapsing under their own corruption:

    http://www.businessforhome.org/2012/07/xango-in-a-free-fall-fraud-in-russia/


    so, yeah, if I had to guess, I'd say Xango is a scam, definitely deceptive, probably will turn out to be illegal.

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    harleyexposesxango Jun 07, 2012

    I am stiill waiting for the ground breaking CBS show "60 minutes" to do a full show on Mangosteen.
    If it cures everthing as they say, then let's go to the local Xango clinic and be cured!
    Sadl'y, this will never happen, .
    But a bunch of liars in Utah will be laughing all the way to the bank.
    What a sick world it is when people want to fool thier fellow man into believing in worthless snake oil.
    so sick!

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    Leon75 May 22, 2012

    I always thought Xango juice was a marketing experiment .. to prove that marketing power is more effective than actually having a unique product. In terms of the Company and the product it self ... the product is good .. the claims in what it can do from some of their sales team... over blown. It is sad when any company markets false hopes to those who are desperate. Yes, our family had tried the juice, yes one of my family member's had a serious illness. Yes, he past away. No we did not expect a juice to cure him, but we did hope it would improve his quality of life while he was still able to function.

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    BradV Dec 09, 2011

    People who are making money from Xango are already biased. I gave 4 bottles of Xango to my sister who was heavy in arthritis. After using it, she found no difference; maybe a little worse. After not using it, she found no difference, either.
    I really feel that the concentrate xango juice does have health benefits (helping the immune system), but taking pure pomegranate or cranberry or blueberry juice from the grocery store in the same manner will also give the same results at about 1/5 the price. People taking xango should try these other juices and test to see if there really is a difference for each individual.

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    harleyda Aug 18, 2011
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    Funny to see what these people write about Xango. They go on to tell about the glory of the miracle juice and how it HEALED all of these tumors and what not. Then they slip in the DREAM AND THE BUISINESS PLAN AND THE MONEY TO BE MADE BUILDING A HUGE NETWORK OF DRONES peddling the purple placebo. It's got to be be the sappiest sales pitch I've ever heard. DRINK IT, LIE OR OVER HYPE IT'S MEDICAL OR NUTRIONAL VALUE, THEN TRY AND SELL IT TO EVRY ONE YOU COME IN CONTACT WITH UNTIL NO ONE WANTS TO EVER BE AROUND YOU! One day stothe w, you will laugh outloud about the worthless miracle juice you tried to sell and made no money and how it did cure your gullability in smooth talkin con artists sales men and women in the MLM world of deception.
    Harley D

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    harleyda Jul 21, 2011
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    Got some more reading material Xango doesn't want you to see.
    Ney York Times june 21st 2011 _ Support is mutual for Senator and Utah industry
    Salt Lake Tribune- state of supplement, elusive wealth, strong lure
    MSNBC- Is $40.00 superfruit juice really good for you?
    MLM, the whole truth Forbes magazine slugs Xango.
    Xango gets the boot in Italy. mlmnewssite.com/xango-boot-Italy
    also
    Check out -Directselling association, A washington D.C based MLM truth site that states Xango's turnover is 56% a year.
    State of Supplement -Utah multi level marketing. The Farmington Daily.
    Go ahead believer99, do some research and don't believe everything you hear believer99. it's just not real believer99.

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    harleyexposesxango Jul 20, 2011

    Here are some good sights to check out that expose these Mlm cons

    Huffington Post-Dr Jonny Bowden-New Rules:no more claiming Mona Vie(Xango) cures cancer.
    Typical MLM misrepresentations, by John Taylor MBA Phd
    Corperate Fraud watch: Doug wead mlm Xango.
    Wead in the Rose Garden- By Bill Berkowitz. Media Transperancy
    Amway Soapbox
    Pyramid scheme Alert, Robert Fitzpatrick

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