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I started at IMS in My health (starting in and gradually getting worse)had deteriorated to the point I could barely workBlood sugar crashes, EXTREME fatigue, lack of mental clarityI literally thought I would have to go on disabilityRegular MD's said blood work was normalA [redacted] endocrinologist told me "I don't know why you're feeling like this but there's nothing wrong with you." I was desperate and scaredFinally a friend told me about IMSI went, skeptical, and scared"My last hope" I had the consultation, they ran some testsI was pre diabetic, all kinds of hormone issues and had "adrenal fatigue." I then met with dr [redacted] He asked the "commitment" questionsHe asked me my goal of treatment, and other questions that I thought were obvious, being I was about to spend thousands out of pocketI signed a credit form for $for a "bank" they could draw from for supplements, follow up tests, etcthey introduced me to a new way of truly healthy lifestyleA very strict, but tasty dietThey gave me a notebook with detailed directions of eating and recipes along with sample menus for days and weeksI went once a week for about monthsThe doctor would go over the notes I wrote about how I felt, detailed notes on times and amounts of meals, and adjust my diet and/or supplementsAfter a few months, I started feeling betterIt took me months to feel better but I talked to one patient who told me she felt better within daysIt depends on the person and severity of the problemThis is NOT a scamIt's expensive but who cares as long as you can live betterI would put a second mortgage on the houseHere's the catchYou MUST follow the programIf you have diabetes, thyroid, extreme fatigue, etc., do yourself a favor and go to IMSIt WILL change your life

When it comes to our health, I think we would all say that we are 100% committed to being our best IMS skirts very close to a scam, and in my opinion, crosses the line I was given a "Free Consultation" that wasn't free at all The "consultant" met with me and applied a high pressure tactic that, thus far, I've only experienced from con-menIt went something like this: Rep: How committed are you to getting well? Me: Very Rep: On a scale from 1- Me: Rep: What if I told you that we could optimize your health and help you with any thyroid issues you may have along with underlying issues? Me: Rep: Well, we canI'm sure we can help youOur patients have wonderful outcomesBut, it will require a commitment on your partYou will need to come down twice a week, and you must bring your spouse to the first meetingWe'll need to run some initials tests, is that OK? Me: Yes, if you can deliver on what you say you can.Why do you need my spouse? Rep: We need total commitment from both partners They drew blood, and the next week my spouse and I drove down Next meeting: Rep: Ok, well, you apparently have some thyroid issues according to your testsI'm sure we can help youWhat kind of goal are you looking for? Me: I want to feel better Rep: I need a goal Me: I want to feel ALOT better? Rep: Think of something that you could mark on a calendar Me: I want to be able to do ____________ Rep: That's a good goal(To spouse) What do you think of this? Spouse: I want her to feel well Rep: How committed do you think you are to her wellenss? Spouse: 100% Rep: On a scale from 1- Spouse: Rep (to me): And you? Me (getting really tired of this at this point): A ten, of course, or I wouldn't be here Rep: Ok, so you both say a 10, we'll seeI'm going to set you up with our financial counselorI'm certain we can help you Financial counselor comes in and explains that our insurance, of course, will be charged, but we need to put $10,into a trust (that's right, 10K) that they can use as a "bank" for my medical expensesYou know, for supplements, testing, visits, and follow-upsShe had a credit card company already on the line and slid the forms for 10K worth of debt across the table to me Me: If this doesn't work, I'm going to be terribly upset Financial Counselor: I'm sure I thought I was signing a permission slip for more testing...Nope! It was for a 10K credit line!!! I was so upset There's NOTHING free about these consultations, and it seems like a scamI'm so lucky I read the fine print and ran out of there before they could take me for a minimum of 10K I contacted the Revdex.com (prior to this) and asked not to be contactedGuess who contacted me!? That's right! The Rep/OwnerAnd, like magic, my complaint disappeared even though the "outcome" was not satisfactory to meIt's a scamStay away

I too had a very similar experience as *** I was told that it would take about months and $to resolve my issues And bless my mother's heart she paid it for me and now I feel that I misused her money! They have this down to a science, each person has their role to play in directing you to sign up...BUT after you sign up you never see some of them again and they just fail miserably in keeping you in the know as to what is going on I guess it has become so routine for them that they don't think about it As thorough as they were to get you signed up, the resolutions were far less informative After my initial saliva, blood and stool samples, I was given a report of potential sensitivities, but that was never mentioned again I was put on products to calm my adrenaline and then later to stimulate it - again without any real explanation of what was going on They were supposed to help me get it under control I eventually got into a routine of seeing one person monthly and the most I got out of it was his minute attempt to be a stacomedianThen when my months was up, I figured I would get a wrap up...instead, I got a flyer for a 10% maintenance plan that was never explained and then they started charging me! I asked why because my months was up?? When I asked what my $was for, it was supplements and office visits that were now exhausted After about months of paying the extra monthly charges thinking this was going to wrap up, I just quit going because it was clear that they had no intentions of wrapping this up! As far as handling your 'issues' I guess if you want to be indebted to them for the rest of your life with supplements you might be ok..but that was not what I was sold nor what I expected! I really think this is a scam

I started at IMS in 2012. My health (starting in 2010 and gradually getting worse)had deteriorated to the point I could barely work. Blood sugar crashes, EXTREME fatigue, lack of mental clarity. I literally thought I would have to go on disability. Regular MD's said blood work was normal. A [redacted] endocrinologist told me "I don't know why you're feeling like this but there's nothing wrong with you." I was desperate and scared. Finally a friend told me about IMS. I went, skeptical, and scared. "My last hope" I had the consultation, they ran some tests. I was pre diabetic, all kinds of hormone issues and had "adrenal fatigue." I then met with dr. [redacted] He asked the "commitment" questions. He asked me my goal of treatment, and other questions that I thought were obvious, being I was about to spend thousands out of pocket. I signed a credit form for $5000 for a "bank" they could draw from for supplements, follow up tests, etc. they introduced me to a new way of truly healthy lifestyle. A very strict, but tasty diet. They gave me a notebook with detailed directions of eating and recipes along with sample menus for days and weeks. I went once a week for about 3 months. The doctor would go over the notes I wrote about how I felt, detailed notes on times and amounts of meals, and adjust my diet and/or supplements. After a few months, I started feeling better. It took me months to feel better but I talked to one patient who told me she felt better within 4 days. It depends on the person and severity of the problem. This is NOT a scam. It's expensive but who cares as long as you can live better. I would put a second mortgage on the house. Here's the catch. You MUST follow the program. If you have diabetes, thyroid, extreme fatigue, etc., do yourself a favor and go to IMS. It WILL change your life.

When it comes to our health, I think we would all say that we are 100% committed to being our best.

IMS skirts very close to a scam, and in my opinion, crosses the line.

I was given a "Free Consultation" that wasn't free at all.

1. The "consultant" met with me and applied a high pressure tactic that, thus far, I've only experienced from con-men. It went something like this:
Rep: How committed are you to getting well?
Me: Very
Rep: On a scale from 1-10
Me: 10
Rep: What if I told you that we could optimize your health and help you with any thyroid issues you may have along with underlying issues?
Me: 10
Rep: Well, we can. I'm sure we can help you. Our patients have wonderful outcomes. But, it will require a commitment on your part. You will need to come down twice a week, and you must bring your spouse to the first meeting. We'll need to run some initials tests, is that OK?
Me: Yes, if you can deliver on what you say you can.Why do you need my spouse?
Rep: We need total commitment from both partners.

They drew blood, and the next week my spouse and I drove down.

Next meeting:
Rep: Ok, well, you apparently have some thyroid issues according to your tests. I'm sure we can help you. What kind of goal are you looking for?
Me: I want to feel better
Rep: I need a goal
Me: I want to feel ALOT better?
Rep: Think of something that you could mark on a calendar
Me: I want to be able to do ____________.
Rep: That's a good goal. (To spouse) What do you think of this?
Spouse: I want her to feel well.
Rep: How committed do you think you are to her wellenss?
Spouse: 100%
Rep: On a scale from 1-10
Spouse: 10
Rep (to me): And you?
Me (getting really tired of this at this point): A ten, of course, or I wouldn't be here.
Rep: Ok, so you both say a 10, we'll see. I'm going to set you up with our financial counselor. I'm certain we can help you.

Financial counselor comes in and explains that our insurance, of course, will be charged, but we need to put $10,000 into a trust (that's right, 10K) that they can use as a "bank" for my medical expenses. You know, for supplements, testing, visits, and follow-ups. She had a credit card company already on the line and slid the forms for 10K worth of debt across the table to me.

Me: If this doesn't work, I'm going to be terribly upset.
Financial Counselor: I'm sure.

I thought I was signing a permission slip for more testing...Nope! It was for a 10K credit line!!! I was so upset.

There's NOTHING free about these consultations, and it seems like a scam. I'm so lucky I read the fine print and ran out of there before they could take me for a minimum of 10K

I contacted the Revdex.com (prior to this) and asked not to be contacted. Guess who contacted me!? That's right! The Rep/Owner. And, like magic, my complaint disappeared even though the "outcome" was not satisfactory to me. It's a scam. Stay away.

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