"A leading nutritional supplement products corporation, Amkey, Inc, is the provider of the world’s only cell renewal and protection products with multiple international patents. We are a US company established in June 2003 headquartered in Los Angeles, California. We are an e-commerce network marketing company combining R&D, production and the sales of high-tech nutritional supplement products, skin care products and daily sundry items."
Here is a screenshot of the fine products offered by Amkey.
Here are some of the claims made for these products on the Amkey website (link):
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And speaking of sunshine, the President of Amkey is none other than Mr. Steven Chen. The very same fellow often credited for leading Arcadia City Councilmember and former three time Mayor John Wuo down the amber laden GemCoin trail to his current political notoriety.
As you can see from the following screenshot, Amkey is currently headquartered at the same Arcadia address as USFIA (link), the company made famous for its creation and distribution of GemCoins. Which, as you already know, are backed by an amber mine.
So we have now established a decent enough Internet bunny trail for Amkey and its "essential nutritional elements for health" claims. However, and as you have probably guessed by now because we are posting about this company, there was a slight problem a few years back. This first notice comes to us from the Law Offices of Andrew L. Packard (link):
This rather unfortunate news was followed by another troubling notice (link). This one was issued nearly 5 months later by the Environmental Research Center, which we now know is represented by Andrew L. Packard. The time difference apparently indicates that Amkey did not recall its products as requested, or rush to get the lead out of its health supplement products.
It was after the ERC sent the above notice that the Office of California Attorney General Kamala Harris issued the following 60 day notice (link):
Something that to me indicates the Environmental Research Center and their legal representation, Attorney Andrew L. Packard, have some real juice in this state.
There is an article up on Kasey Chang's website called "USFIA Update: Turns out USFIA itself is a reload scam... Successor to Amkey." While it doesn't deal with the problem of Amkey's alleged lead content in its health supplements, there is some pretty juicy stuff. Including this passage:
You can check out the rest of Kasey's article on both Amkey and other related things by clicking here.
We will continue to research this matter and report back in the following days if we come up with any further findings.