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Another interesting twist is that Xyngular complains about Ayres use of his Facebook page to recruit distributors. They say he “friended” Xyngular distributors while he was a Xyngbat, and he is using those connections to promote Innutra.
Xyngular says that Innutra has been saying bad things about Xyng and making false claims about Innutra’s products:
- Innutra products are FDA-approved;
- Ayres is the creator of the formulations for Xyngular’s products;
- Innutra products were the cause of weight loss in some testimonial “before-and-after” photos;
- Xyngular’s leading distributors are all switching over to Innutra;
- Xyngular’s executive group, and in particular its President Marc Walker, is threatened with removal;
- Xyngular’s ongoing lawsuit with a former executive/distributor will result in negative changes at Xyngular, including a change in the compensation plan to the detriment of the distributors;
- There is “dirt” on the Xyngular founders that will soon be made public;
- Xyngular’s products are toxic; and
- All Xyngular products contain gluten, soy and GMO ingredients.
The company is asking for an injunction prohibiting Innutra from using Xyngular distributor lists or making false claims.
Jim Ayres is no stranger to litigation and shady dealings. And of course, one must wonder how he gets around the injunction which permanently prohibits him from representing that any product similar to FiberThin “…causes substantial weight loss through blocking the absorption of fat or calories.”
MLM owners, executives, and distributors do this kind of thing all the time. They say their company is the greatest in the world. Until they think they can make more money by starting a new company. Then they jump ship, try to lure over big distributors from the old company, and all hell breaks loose.
Those who run multi-level marketing companies are thieves. They sell false hope to distributors who put hundreds or thousands of dollars into these schemes, and have almost no chance of getting their money back. The owners profit handsomely from these schemes, which makes them thieves.
This lawsuit proves that there is no honor among thieves. Rip each other apart. Your lawyers will be happy to bill you for it.