I sent the
following emails to Aviralex and they didn't reply to either of them.
Sounds like they have something to hide. I sure hope none of your
readers is duped into buying their product!
Email Sent: Judging from the fact I didn't get a reply, I take it
this is a scam!
Sent: I may be interested in the Aviralex product. However, I am
unable to find any "official" information on Aviralex Intl or Choraphor
Labs. Can you please tell me where the manufacturer is
incorporated, and what the "legal name" of the company is? Also, can
you please give me the names and contact information (telephone
and/or email address) of the researchers at Louisiana State
University and STT Labs who are conducting the clinical trials? I
just want to check this out a little further before purchasing. Thank you!
very selective in the companies I link to or affiliate with on
my sites. So when the company behind Aviralex
contacted me several months ago, a rep wanted me to become an
affiliate for Aviralex or at the very least exchange links.
Something didn't jive so I did some digging.
found is that Choraphor Labs is NOT the same as Dynamiclear
and the two companies do not partner in the formula etc. I drew
my own conclusion from what little information I was given and
decided to partner with Dynamiclear.
apparently thinking I may have forgotten or that I am just
blonde enough not to do the math or research, the same
representative contacted me hoping I would partner my sites up
with Aviralex. Digging on that product revealed that they are
the same people running Choraphor Labs. Though they list several
different addresses between their domain registration - the
website and phone numbers are exactly the same (Choraphor Labs
appreciate the dishonest tactics by which "the rep" tried
to get me to link to their sites and have determined it to not
be in the best interest of myself or my visitors to partner with
either site, link or otherwise.