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Name: Dan Dzina
Date registered: March 16, 2012
URL: http://www.patchdiscbandscam.com

Latest posts

  1. Digital Media Group Announces the Acquisition of CieAura Assets — October 31, 2012
  2. FTC Action Leads to Court Order Shutting Down Pyramid Scam Thousands of Consumers Burned by BurnLounge — August 25, 2012
  3. FTC Case Page for Burn Lounge — August 25, 2012
  4. Common element: Water — August 25, 2012
  5. Qnet pyramid scheme is a scam! « Dinoraptor101’s Blog — August 25, 2012

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  1. Forum Discussions – MOH: Museum of Hoaxes and Discovery — 2 comments
  2. A web of scammers — 2 comments
  3. Why — 2 comments
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Oct 31

Digital Media Group Announces the Acquisition of CieAura Assets

CieAura is being acquired by Digitial Media Group (DMG).  Ken Rasner and Paul Rogers remain executives in the new company, — I have yet to research what new players are involved. On October 3, 2012, Digital Media Group DMG successfully concluded negotiations to acquire certain operating assets of CieAura, LLC. via Digital Media Group Announces …

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Aug 25

FTC Action Leads to Court Order Shutting Down Pyramid Scam Thousands of Consumers Burned by BurnLounge


A summary of the Burn Lounge case on the FTC site from a few months ago. As you may recall the Burn Lounge case was Alex Arnold and John Taylor’s prior scam before CieAurau/Lexxus/etc. At the request of the Federal Trade Commission, a U.S. district court judge has ordered the operators and top promoters of …

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Aug 25

FTC Case Page for Burn Lounge

Take a look at the full case history for Case No. 2:07-cv-03654-GW-FMO FTC File No. 062 3201 FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION,Plaintiff v. BURNLOUNGE, INC.,a corporation; JUAN ALEXANDER ARNOLD, an individual; JOHN TAYLOR, an individual; ROB DEBOER, an individual; and SCOTT ELLIOTT, an individual; Defendants. http://www.ftc.gov/os/caselist/0623201/index.shtm Turns out this case is STILL dragging on as the FTC …

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Aug 25

Common element: Water

Sometimes I have been asked why people see a benefit from the various snake oil products I am trying debunk and otherwise shine light on.  People are much more accepting of the fact that it’s not just a placebo effect. In my researching of the all of the scam products from Lifewave, Cieaura, bHIP, 8ight, …

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Aug 25

Qnet pyramid scheme is a scam! « Dinoraptor101’s Blog

Another QNet critique — with a pretty active commentary from a few of the Bio Disc victims. (ie, the magic glass disc that restructures water when you pour water over it….) I felt sorry for the dude how the heck could he be convinced into this himself. trying to save him is totally useless he’s …

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Aug 25

Something About Good Things: Biodisc – fraud of the century

A look at the fraudulent claims of QNet/Questnet mlm in regards to the Amezcua Bio Disc product. One of the leading magazine from Gujarat, India (Chitralekha), has published cover story about Biodisc. According to them Water that come into contact with biodisc become structured and organised, which appear crystalised!!!! Wow now you can change the …

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If you offer them free stuff, they will come. | Sceptic School

Some of the more interesting points:

  • Two placebos are stronger than one
  • Capsules are stronger than pills
  • Expensive placebos work better than cheap ones
  • People in different countries react different to placebos
  • Actual medicine also has a placebo affect
  • You can get addicted to placebos and suffer withdrawal when being taken off them



Aug 24

Placebo Bands – Tips and Tricks!

In my researching to see if anyone had some new evidence against the various CieAura, etc scams — I came across this humorous site: Placebo Bands by skepticbros.com   Complete with a how to guide on fooling someone into their “powers” using a few techniques such as

May 21

“Dr.” David Schmidt’s LifeWave Patent Application

Way back in 2002, David Schmidt filed for a Patent for his LifeWave patch — go so far as to refer to himself as “Dr” (He only has a 2 year business degree, he’s not a doctor of any sort) I have downloaded and OCR’ed the original patent application for your reference. Or you can …

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May 16

A web of scammers

I thought a new visual of how intertwined these guys are may help shed some light on the scam. While there are more players and ‘companies’ involved, this diagram represents what I have information to back up so far. Also view this image in PDF

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