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Rip Off Artist Saul Pressman of Plasmafire Ozone in CBC News
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Rip Off Artist Saul Pressman of Plasmafire Ozone in CBC News

Just a heads up to anyone thinking of buying an ozone generator from Plasmafire Ozone, DON'T! Saul Pressman is a low life crook and in retrospect probably a fraud as well. While he is running his Yahoo group acting like everything is fine he is busy ripping his customers off for thousands of dollars. If you are waiting for a generator from this scum bag beware you may never recieve it. If you own one better hope it never breaks, since if you send it back for repairs you'll never get it back. He just ignores all emails and filters any messages from his Yahoo group. After he had me open my generator and cut a bunch of wires to mail him a bad plasma tube he cut off all contact with me. Well now now its public for all to see, "Dr" Saul Pressman exposed!

B.C. man under scrutiny for cancer-cure claims
Saul Pressman sells ozone generators not approved as medical devices

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On websites and in emails, he calls himself "Dr. Saul Pressman," although he is not a medical doctor and does not have a PhD. He writes that he is a "doctor of chiropathy," with a "degree" from the Romano Byzantine College in Norfolk, Va. The college is not accredited in that state and offers courses through distance learning."

Hill said his wife tried the generator treatments, but there was no measurable effect on her condition. He said Moira spent some of her last days waiting for the spa unit, which never arrived.

"Communication [from Pressman] stopped as soon as we decided to demand our money back," Hill said.

In his last email to Moira, Pressman signed off with, "My prayers are with you."

"I don't think he prays for anyone," Hill said.

He described his wife as a fighter, but after she dealt with Pressman, "her hope was gone."

Hill has filed a suit in a B.C. small claims court. Records show Pressman has not responded to the court action. A customer from Fraser Lake, B.C., Joyce Ellery, has filed a similar claim, alleging Pressman took her money and didn't deliver.

The Better Business Bureau of B.C. has also received complaints and has given Plasmafire International an "F" rating — for not responding to its inquiries."


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