I received the note below on 11 October 2002:
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Your name:Joe Parisi
Your company name:V. M. Marketing Group, Inc.
Your work email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Your work address:5820 Main St., Suite 101, Buffalo, NY 14221
Your work phone:716-250-9200
Your occupation: Laser Tech
I just received an email from someone asking why I sell some hair removal products on my websites (www.hairremoval.com <http://www.hairremoval.com/> and www.laserhairremoval.com <http://www.laserhairremoval.com/> ). My answer was because not everyone can afford laser hair removal treatments or electrolysis. They then informed me of your website which after reviewing it I was amazed at all the info there. I discovered that some of the devices I was carrying are doubtful products for producing hair removal. The Vector and the IGIA Touch N’ Go are the ones in question. Although I have had several people email me that the product did work for them I also have had several people who did not like the units for different reasons from difficult to use to no results. Anyway after reading your info I have decided to terminate the sales of these products immediately and focus on other products for temporary hair removal. We are looking at a couple of sugaring and waxing products for the consumers. I will however check with your website before implementing sales of these new products to see if they are under your doubtful section of products. If you have any suggestions please feel free to email me.
Thank you for your time in this matter.
Director </font><hr /></blockquote><font size=“2” face=“Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif”>Sadly, this company is back to selling all the scams as of December 2002. That didn’t last long!
Scam products include Vector and IGIA devices, and a bunch of hair inhibitors.
Joseph Parisi III
[ December 28, 2002, 02:00 PM: Message edited by: Andrea ]