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Haxabja YouTube Videos

YouTube is another great tool we utilize to share videos with information about the BX Protocol™. If you are reading this report, it is likely you have watched our videos on YouTube. You may have even subscribed to our channel. When conducting research about our program, it is likely you may find videos from a user named Haxabja on YouTube. There are several videos in a playlist called “BX-Protocol” Cure All Scam. You may notice that this user points back to RationalWiki as a source for more information on the BX Protocol™. For more information on RationalWiki, please refer to the link on this website. YouTube is another forum where individuals are allowed to share their opinion with others. Videos are not fact-checked and the information is often biased. Claims made in videos from Haxabja can be found in the section titled, “General Legal Response to Claims”. Again, some claims are not deserving of a response and will not be addressed, but we encourage you to reach out to us if you have questions or concerns that have not been addressed.

You may notice that the user points out that the CEO of Delta Institute is requesting the playlist be removed. It is important to understand that this request was not made because we wished to suppress the videos. While the videos spread misinformation, the primary reason for requesting removal was due to the fact that the videos contained stolen information from proprietary sites. They also included the use of our trademarked information without our permission. It is not unusual for companies to make requests to protect their trademark. More importantly, it is natural that a company would request videos containing stolen information and media be removed.

One of the videos in the playlist is a video from the FDA providing information on how to spot health fraud scams. This video highlights that a health fraud scam is a way to deceive people into buying health care products that offer a quick fix. It is important to understand that the BX Protocol™ is not a quick fix. Our program is not promising that a member will be cured simply by taking a supplement. For best results, members should follow diet and cleansing recommendations, administer the BX Energy Catalyst™, communicate regularly with their case manager, and complete daily reporting, amongst many other things. The healing process takes time and commitment and we do not advertise that this program is a quick fix for your condition. While our program has been found to treat a variety of illnesses and chronic conditions, we do not make guarantees that it is a cure. Results may vary depending on the individual’s unique case.

The video also mentions that health fraud scams usually have a lot of testimonials, often with paid actors. Delta Institute is often accused of being a “cure all” scam because of the number of those testimonials we have on our website and YouTube channel. Please note, people who provide testimonials for Delta Institute and the BX Protocol™ are REAL members. These members have provided testimonials according to their own free will. Members are NEVER compensated for their testimonial. More information about testimonials can be found in the section titled, “General Legal Response to Claims”.