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(Skype Video Transcript. Carlo Adrian, Freelance Writer. Danny Russo, Private Detective.)

Consumer Update : 2 days after our consumer protection website went public on the Internet,  Seregon Industries, owner of GTG Hard, was mysteriously dissolved in Florida.

GTG Hard has the same 14 mystery ingredients as Grockme.

But GTG Hard’s website was still online. GTG Hard was still charging customers credit cards under a company name that no longer existed.

When we last checked, there were No Terms and Conditions of Purchase anywhere on the GTG Hard website. This is very odd for an e-commerce website online.

Carlo Adrian : Transcriber, this page title Grockme. Before we keep talking about that… Danny I will now play the devil’s advocate for a moment. I will play him.

Danny one question consumers might think, to play the devil’s advocate, is well what if there are really different people who own these pills.

Maybe they have the same ingredients. But if they are different people, this is just a coincidence. There is no connection. So is this a witch hunt.

Danny Russo : Yes. That is a good question. To reference the photo I think you will show…

The problem is we have various business addresses, and identities all coming from the same part of Florida basically.

Basically within a 15 mile radius.

What are the odds that completely unrelated people just happened to have same weird 14 ingredients?

All within 15 miles of each other.

Carlo  : So your answer is there are too many connections. Even geographically on the map.

Danny : Yeah I think anyone looking at this situation, you know, the similar names, the identical ingredients. There are so many connections.

Xrockme was banned by the FDA. The website was deleted by the owner.

So consumers buying online have no idea of the Grockme similarity to Xrockme. The exact same sales language. The picture below. You are showing the Grockme Xrockme because there is identical sales language. Very strange, very mysterious what is going on.

Carlo : Grockme has 14 very odd sounding ingredients with no clinical studies. So no one knows the side effects.

The true mystery. The true mystery. And we have the private detective here with me to figure this mystery out for consumers.

Because these are true mysteries. True mystery as to who is behind this product.

1 individual? Different individuals? To buy Grock in stores, who are consumers giving their credit card to? The same company? Different companies?

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