Nope, not everyone was happy. As a matter of fact there appeared to be some pretty angry people on the site who didn’t like what we were doing and certainly didn’t like the good results we were getting.. They posted scare tactics (particularly about the high dosage D3)–about the negative side effects. And they were relentless.
Our thread was constantly under attack–warning letters, threats of suspension, posts deleted. When Charlie was given a two week suspension and our thread was shut down, we decided we had no choice by to change up the game. We needed our own website…but neither of us had the money to pay someone to create one.
Until I talked to Michael.
Within minutes of explaining our plight he had our domain name registered and he was IN! You see all this fancy website stuff–how it all works and looks good and makes us look good:)…well, that’s the work of our webmeister–creative genius and alround nice guy, Michael. And it has been a lot of work. All of it done for free!
So, I knew my days were numbered on the NPF site–it was only a matter of time before they turfed me out too. Which they did. And then because we used testimonials (lots of them–all sent to US–all talking about the different ways in which this protocol had helped them–some with photos) from the NPF site, I get a letter threatening legal action unless we remove all the testimonials from our website. Yikes!
And Charlie and I are asking…why would a foundation that says it wants to help people who are suffering from psoriasis put so much effort into trying to silence us? Why wouldn’t they want people to know about an affordable, effective, relatively easy protocol that was obviously helping these people?
The answer came from one of our supporters on the NPF site who sent us a partial list of some of the financial sponsors of the foundation–large pharmaceutical companies, the likes of Pfizer. The dots were connecting.
And the possibility of legal action wasn’t the worst threat sent our way….
To be continued……