I believe Mike’s choice of packaging for his product doomed his venture to eventual failure before he sold his first bottle. I believe he felt the product was great enough that packaging would not matter, a fatal decision.
Consumers (especially women) want the package for a personal product to reflect style, class, andf cost, not look as though it was a one ounce sample bottle selling for more than a hundred dollars. A maximum of another dollar in packaging cost would have completely changed the appearance and acceptance of a great product.
Although we took a heavy financial hit with Chemlift I am a big boy who made my own decisions in associating with Chemlift. I have no ill feelings about Mike or Chemlift and wish only the best for Mike, his wife, and their son.
Sadly, it appears that Mike ran out of capital before he decided he did need more effective packaging and was unable to follow through last February.
I do not understand the talk of legal action. Have you checked for assets to execute against if you were successful in your quest? If you are thinking about the “Patent Pending” having value I think you may possibly find that claim to be non-existent, or non-owned.
Check out what is around the bend before you put your boat in the water!!!!