Tuesday, March 3, 2009
EPFX Banned For Sale In Canada. Now to see how the con men & women deal with this.
Date: 11 February 2009
To: All interested parties
From: Richard Lloyd
Re: suspension of Health Canada license for the EPFX
This is to inform you that as of 9 February 2009, the EPFX license issued to Eclosion Kft. by Health Canada has been suspended.
This means that the EPFX may not and will not be sold in Canada. It does not affect current owners and users of a current device that has been purchased prior to 9 February 2009.
The suspension of the license has come from Health Canada’s Therapeutic Products Directorate and is the result of numerous communications and an in-person “Opportunity to be Heard” meeting between Health Canada and myself, representing Eclosion Kft. and Gage Tarrant as a Compliance Officer of Education. This Opportunity to be Heard was also attended by our Canadian legal counsel. There were four members of Health Canada who were on the Board during the Opportunity to be Heard.
The regulations state that it is possible to apply for a new license within six months of the suspension of this first license. Maitreya Ltd. is currently reviewing this option with both legal and regulatory counsel.
Please feel free to contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have further questions.
Well, it seems that the CBC Marketplace story on the EPFX has got Health Canada to finally act, and as of recently - The EPFX is not allowed to be sold in Canada. While numerous retailers and practitioners are going to bellyache about how it's been banned because the government is lobbied by the drug companies, it should really be noted the the CBC is not. Unlike most media outlets, it is not one of the many media outlets owned by some shadowy corrupt conglomerate. The story was fair but of course in the zombie like trance so many of these people are in, they'll just assume it was tilted, filtered and twisted around. As a man who worked side by side with some of the most prolific purveyours of EPFX, I will again say that it is a hoax. I applaud the CBC and Health Canada for making this bold move that will inevitably deteur people from shelling over their life savings for this archaic looking eletro-placebo. I feel sorry for the victims of this scam and sadly many will keep using the devices - they have at least the dam has been fixed from this flood of delusion, but I'm sure once the lake dries up they will no doubt find a way to dupe more people. It's been so long I assume that's all they know how to do.