More information has been requested regarding the Chicago Xocai Australia legal update on PartyPlans.com.au and a misinformation post that may have effected perceptions in Illinois.
Here is a brief summary of the truth behind Xocai healthy chocolate in Australia, and our local area of Illinois:
In 1994 there was an alligation of “Xocai Fraud”. This news from 1994 is out of date and inaccurate, however the most important part is that Xocai has worked hard to overcome the allegations, and has an excellent rating from the Better Business Bureau. In some cases there were allegations in Illinois of Xocai being a “Pyramid Scheme”. This allegation that Xocai is a pyramid scheme has been addressed.
The Sidney Morning Herald report on Xocai is incorrect and was officially retracted. Jon Taylor, PhD of the Consumer Awareness Institute had conned the reporter, Debra Jopson. Brisbanetimes.com picked up the story (trusting SMH.com) but then published an official retraction. Linda Burney, Australia Fair Trading Minister, investigated Xocai operation (as a pyramid scheme) and subsequently gave MXI Corp a “clean bill of health” as a legitimate Network Marketing Company.
Contrary to some reports, not one FDA “Warning Letter” to the Brooks has ever been found on Public Records (i.e. don’t exist). Alan Smith Law Office documents confirm, too, that all creditors (all claims) have been “paid in full” (as of August 2008). The story reported in Australia got it wrong, and here is why.
In 1985 Brooks filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy for a company called Yurika Foods. Brooks’ partners were guilty of taking corporate funds and lost money. The Brooks were innocent, and took responsibility to unwind the business in a legal manner. All creditors and distributors were paid back to their agreed upon value. In 1988 Brooks establish Phoenix Cookie, which did not file bankruptcy but was closed in 1993. It is interesting to note that the attorney who filed these lawsuits against the Brooks (Kevin Mirch) was found guilty of filing frivoluous lawsuites and was disbarred in 2008.
1,170,324 businesses filed bankruptcy in the last 12 months; it happens. It is not a fun or pretty thing, but many companies endure this legal process in order to close a business, legally.
About MXI Corp, serving the Chicago area: Established in 2005, Marketing Xocolate International Corporation (MXI-Corp) is the world leader in great tasting, healthy, dark, chocolate products in Illinois.
MXI Corp was founded upon the same solid foundation that the Brooks’ family used to build their enormous Pure Delite Low Carb Chocolate company (circa 2000) which had retail sales in Illinois Wal-Mart, 7-Eleven, Rite-Aid and Walgreen’s of over $300,000,000.
All Illinois MXI products are focused on potent doses of delicious, antioxidant-rich Belgian cacao. MXI-Corp believes that the high levels of natural antioxidants and Polyphenols that are found in its cacao can provide a viable solution to Illinois’s individual nutritional needs.
The Xocai (sho-sigh) line, which currently includes nine products, is manufactured utilizing a cold-press process, which preserves the nutritional values of the company’s proprietary blends of vitamins and minerals.
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