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Beware big phapma! Very fishy!
on 19 June 2013
Watch out there's something fishy going on here. There are 10 very negative reviews on here. One of them, the person didn't even take it orally as usually directed. They did not suffer or report any adverse affects either.
Another one, there was no reference to the reviewer having had any personal experience with it at all.
The other 8 negative review- ALL between the 23 October and the 27 October 2010. Strange if you ask me. They all slate it in exactly the same style and tone, on the same grounds.
They do not mention having used it at all, and all suggest looking it up on google, (where there will obviously be loads of information sying how bad and dangerous it is, or otherwise they would not suggest this.)
This is very strange to me.
I don't know anything about MMS, there are 2 camps. One for it, and one against it. Who is lying?
After seeing these reviews here, that is almost proof to me that the negative reviews here are the liers and part of a conspiracy camp trying to debunk MMS, which will surely be Big Pharma trying to stop people believing in MMS so that they stay sick and continue to take prescription drugs for the rest of their life.
This just seals it for me. Their plan has backfired. Look at the dates and style of the reviews for yourself. There is no way that is a coincidence, it is a deliberate and dishonest ploy and proof of a web wide political campaign by the drug companies to monitor the entire web and print dishonest lies about MMS to scare people away from it.
As I said, I know nothing about it, I just want to know- Is MMS itself a scam? Or is the anti-MMS camp the ones who are lying?
Seeing these reviews has confirmed it for me. Thank you Big Pharma, I now know who to believe.