Prevent Child Abuse Utah and Max International Respond to Allegations
Max International asked Business For Home in the interest of balanced reporting to publish this press release.
JOINT PRESS RELEASE
Prevent Child Abuse Utah and Max International Respond to Allegations of Failure to Forward Donations Raised at Max International All-Star Convention. (See the previous post)
PCAU Affirms Allegations are False; Organizations Express Appreciation for Partnership
Ogden, Utah / Salt Lake City, Utah, December 22, 2011
An unfortunate email was circulated, alleging that Max International, LLC (Max International) has failed to fulfill a donation commitment to Prevent Child Abuse Utah (PCAU). The information published in the email does not reflect the understanding between PCAU and Max International regarding the parties’ relationship or any obligation by Max International to PCAU.
PCAU and Max International have partnered with each other to raise money for the prevention of child abuse and each appreciates the efforts of the other toward that common goal. PCAU and Max International are not in dispute over the matters mentioned in the email or over any other matters, and the organizations look forward to working with each other in the future.
Our reporters/insiders comment as follows:
The information published in above press release does not reflect the understanding between PCAU and Max International regarding the parties’ relationship or any obligation by Max International to PCAU.
It does NOT say Max has paid the money. It just say the understanding regarding the obligation. In other words, Max has NOT paid the money they collected from Associates YET. But at sometime in the future Max will pay off the $37,000. Of course, Max got the money and kept the money because they needed the money to pay their own bills. Bottom line, it still indicates Max may have a cash flow problem.
Neither Max or PCAU deny the allegation, they just say they now have an understanding.
About Prevent Child Abuse Utah:
Prevent Child Abuse Utah (PCAU) is a non-profit organization committed to breaking the cycle of child abuse through education and training. PCAU has offered leadership in the development of child abuse prevention programs and services since 1982.
PCAU is a statewide agency with a governing board of directors. The mission of PCAU is to forge and guide a community commitment to prevent child abuse in all its forms, through programs, services, public awareness, training and education, advocacy and networking. PCAU has been working with the Utah education system and providing school-based child abuse prevention programs for the past 26 years. It is the state’s largest nonprofit child abuse prevention organization. PCAU curriculum is approved by the Utah State Office of Education and meets the core curriculum values.
About Max International:
Max International is privately-held direct sales company, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, with operations in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, New Zealand, Australia, and Singapore. Max International provides science-based nutraceuticals through its network of independent distributors throughout these countries.
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