A Xocai Salesman Doesn’t Seem to Like Me

Someone by the name of Adam Paul Green has taken a keen, if not obsessive interest in my blog. As will swiftly become clear, he’s a Xocai chocolate salesman.

Here is an example in which he claims my blog is “Highly undependable” and has a low trustworthyness rating. Actually, the statchecker page to which he links says nothing about dependability or trustworthyness, it says my blog has a low Google rating, something I already knew. To be honest, urlspy has somewhat over estimated my hit rate, perhaps they looked at a particularly good month. The actual monthly hit rate is below 3,000.

Here he appears to believe that my post is proof that Xocai are a number 1 company. The chain of logic seems to be:

1. jaycueaitch is crazy and negative

2. ????????????

3. Therefore we are The Greatest!!!!

He’s missed out step 2.

He appears to have 107 followers on digg. If low hits makes someone untrustworthy, what does that make him?

If he wants to say I am wrong then fair enough though he refrains from disagreeing with me on my blog, though he obviously knows where to find it – unless he’s one of the anonymous trolls who appeared here to promote Xocai argue the toss. One might ask why don’t I post my disagreements with him on his website?

The reason is this: to post you have to give an email address. Nothing unusual in that but I am reluctant to let Green know how he can contact me because I do not want someone as obsessive as him to have that information. From here he links to a site with the url http://jaycueaitch.info/ which he uses to blog about Xocai. For the record, I never use the name “jaycueaitch” anywhere but my own blog. If you see it anywhere else, such as Green’s site, the use of my name is bogus. But don’t take my word for it, here is the registration of the jaycueaitch.info site:

Created On:11-Nov-2011 15:26:00 UTC
Last Updated On:10-Jan-2012 20:38:47 UTC
Expiration Date:11-Nov-2012 15:26:00 UTC
Sponsoring Registrar:GoDaddy.com LLC (R171-LRMS)
Registrant ID:CR97817095
Registrant Name:Melannie Green
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street1:14303 South Tumbleweed Way

Green is a common surname so this could be coincidence. However, checking on Green’s own website gives:

Domains By Proxy, LLC
15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
United States

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, LLC (http://www.godaddy.com)
Created on: 11-Oct-09
Expires on: 11-Oct-12
Last Updated on: 20-Jul-11

Call me paranoid but when two people with the same surname register blogs through the same website I kind of suspect that they are connected. Especiall when one of the two registrants write on both of them.

I do not see any reason why they should have chosen the slightly unusual name “jaycueaitch” except as a reason to have a go at me in a manner that verges on the stalkerish. If Mr and/or Ms Green have another explanation, I would be pleased to hear it. Clearly Adam Paul Green reads my blog, so he will see this request. Let’s see whether or not he has the bottle to answer it.

EDIT: It has been pointed out to me that Melannie Green is Adam Paul Green’s wife. At least he names her such on his website.

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32 Responses to “A Xocai Salesman Doesn’t Seem to Like Me”

  1. bobrayner Says:

    To be honest, http://jaycueaitch.info/ reads more like SEO (and a hint of pyramid scheme) rather than stalker. Maybe they’re tacitly acknowledging that people will be googling for “jaycueaitch” in relation to something nutriwoo?

  2. Adam Green Says:

    Hi, nice to meet you!
    I’m not sure what to call you, maybe Jay?
    Not sure why you keep your identify hidden…

    Anyway, please don’t’ say I “don’t like you,” that makes me sad. I DO like you. In fact, I owe you a BIG THANK YOU for being so very entertaining regarding Xocai. People are drawn to your blog to voice their opinions; nice! And, your constant promotion of MXI Corp (although naive and negative) has generated a nice bit of curiosity for our company and specifically for my business.

    I must get 30 emails/calls a month about the info you post. It’s great for me because I find that 18 out of 33 people (in April) actually bought some Xocai product and of those 18, eight people joined my business; THANKS! You Rock! Pleeeeeeeeeeease keep doing what you are doing; love it!

    Let’s do some Social Media comparative math,
    since you brought it up:

    Jay – ? (Weird; I can’t find any of your DIGG info)
    Adam – 109 Followers

    Jay – (Weird; I can’t find any of your Twitter info)
    Adam – 26,223 Followers, 35,000+ Tweets

    Jay – (Weird; I can’t find any of your FB info)
    Adam – 25,135 LIKES, 1500+ Friends

    Jay – (Weird; I can’t find any of your YouTube info)
    Adam – 6,744 Subscribers, 738,000+ Video Views

    Jay – (Weird; I can’t find any of your LinkedIn info)
    Adam – Ambassador

    Jay – (Weird; I can’t find any of your LinkedIn info)
    Adam – 6 Boards, 452 Pins, 87 Followers

    Jay – (Weird; I can’t find any of your LinkedIn info)
    Adam – 538 Likes

    • jaycueaitch Says:

      You haven’t found me on those media because I’m not on them.

      I’m not concealing my identity, my full name is mentioned in numerous blogposts.

      Since you’re here, could you be so kind as to explain why you have used “jaycueaitch” in the url of one of your sales-blogs.

  3. Adam Green Says:

    So, “Jay,” why would you make the comment (and insinuation) that I’m somehow “untrustworthy” because I have 107 Digg Followers?

    By pretending to know how many Digg Followers are needed to be “trustworthy,” you’ve clearly self-promoted and positioned yourself as some sort of Digg expert. Yet you, Sir, have NONE?!?!?!

    ~Do you find that at all odd?
    Freud calls that psychosis: “The Neuro-Psychoses of Defence” 1894

    Q: What then does that make YOU on your own Digg scale?
    A Hypocrite? A Liar?? A Fraud??? Or a Scam Artist????

    I love that you think you’re in control the conversation, topics and direction here; because you’re really not. You built this site as a forum for feedback, obviously. If you wanted to dictate / control the topic(s), you would not then have opened the comments. Thus, you must naturally enjoy the attention you get; I get that. It’s also easy to tell by your combative responses that you like some good banter; you probably feel important, valued and legitimate.

    ~Here’s the thing:

    You’re not Wonder Woman with some magic, golden lasso that makes others tell the whole truth — while you expose nothing. You’re no Super Hero here. Most people on this blog realize that you have no genuine authority and no real reputation. Especially since you hide in obscurity, continuously poo-pooing other people’s opinions. Putting other people down, all while focusing on negativity and exposing nothing even relatively significant about yourself in very 1970’s of you, Jay. Aren’t we over the past?

    As to your last question, how do you feel when the tables are turned on you and someone doesn’t really answer your question?


    • jaycueaitch Says:

      I was applying the logic you used when you stated that this blog is untrustworthy because it has a low Google ranking.

      As for the rest of your rant, I don’t claim any “authority”. I prefer to let the evidence speak. For all your claim that I have no reputation, my reputation clearly concerns you else you would not spend so much time trying to rubbish me – or have co-opted my blog handle into the url of one of your sales blogs. An action you seem strangely reluctant to defend, given all your bluster.

    • Gary Says:

      Adam Green, how about actually producing facts that discredit the research done by so many now that point out that not only is Xocai a ridiculous product that has NO documented effects what so ever? Instead you go on a immature bashing campaign against anyone who stands between you and profit. Pathetic.

  4. Victor Says:

    http://tjomlid.com/2012/06/26/xocai-en-stygg-historie-om-norsk-sjokolademafia/ its a big skandal in Norway now this Xocai, they call them the chocolate mafia after blackmailing a bloggers family and job place and thretning to come to his house and “talk” to him face to face and they posted on there website photos of him and his fam and map to drive to his house ,telling him 9000 angry members will be in contact soon. But now we have them “out in the open” all major newspapers have the story in Norway ,,,,,,,,,,here is a link to the blogger ,he will battle Xocai and the chocolate mafia ps use a translate program

  5. Victor Says:

    “Owner of the company is be Martin Brooks, who has been convicted of fraud and illegal monetary transactions.”

  6. Victor Says:

    And the list gos on and on

  7. Victor Says:

    http://www.nrk.no/helse-forbruk-og-livsstil/1.8224301 Top police inspector not happy for fake Xocai ad ,,,,,the fake part is that they use her name and pic in the ad,,,,,,,,,,,, Xocai is going down

  8. Victor Says:


  9. Victor Says:

    the link above is the original BS ad ,,the police inspector is the pic of a woman in a red jacket, she is not some one Xocai can push a round,,,,,,,,,,,,

  10. Victor Says:


  11. Ronny Says:

    Hi, Jay. In Norway there has been a huge scandal around the Xocai-business, when critics have been attempted threatned to scilence. The scandal has gotten huge coverage in national media.

    And, lo and behold – don’t you thing the name Adam Paul Green pops up here as well – trying to use similar trics as he did on you: English-lang. post about the case here: http://venstresida.net/?q=node/3270

    I would be grateful if you could help expose this dirty business in the english-langiage world as well. I don’t think they’ll be selling many chocolates in Norway for a while.

  12. Pravus Says:

    Adam Green has moved on, now he is abusing a Norwegian blogger’s name in response to the current turbulence around xocai and the sales representatives in Norway. The media is all over it here, as the xocai sellers use mafia like methods to threaten bloggers, as well as their families, when they raise valid and well documented critics against the products. Shit really hit the fan for the sellers here, and most of the leadership seems to have gone into hiding, as well as erasing their info and tracks online.

  13. Adam Green Says:

    Look, man, I’m a lover by nature — not a fighter. I appreciate you having an opposite opinion (although I don’t consider it based on fact). But I will defend what is mine and what I believe in (as you would, and do, naturally). We see things differently = that’s all.

    In lieu of us arguing over our opinions, let’s talk facts and make it beneficial for one another. Let’s make peace. The London Olympics are coming next month and lots of positive things are happening around the world. Agreed?

    I’m open to a resolution discussion with you.
    Please email me directly … adam@adampaulgreen.com

    Your opinion is noted.
    I’m looking forward to the possibilities!

    • jaycueaitch Says:

      As I said in my post, I have no intention of letting you have my email address, given your use of my name in the url of one of your blogs I have no idea what use you would make of my email address.

      Here is my proposed resolution: delete all websites you and your wife have set up that use my name.

  14. rokje Says:

    Well, Adam. Facts are not a matter of opinion. They are a matter of scientific inquery and honest debate. The only thing you have got up your sleeve is trying to cheat google. I can hardly think of better evidence that you have no facts to back your claims. If you click your way into my article you will see that I link to peer-reviewed scientific articles.

    And seriously – “I will defend what is mine” ? Are you joking? You are making yourself a liar and a cheater over a piece of chocolate and a few bucks. The way you are behaving is either indicative of you simply being an ass, or of some serious mental problems. Get a real job like the rest of us, and stop making a living scamming people. Get yourself some self respect.

  15. eirik Says:

    Adam green: scumbag manipulator and brazen liar.

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  17. dharmaFarm (@dharmaFarm) Says:

    I think one of the main reasons that the name jacueaitch is associated with the Xocai chocolate sellers website is to drive curious traffic away from this blog and toward his site. If there is any doubt that the website mentioned is currently involved in manipulating search engine results regarding Xocai criticism, try subscribing to the rss feed that generates content for adampaulgreen dot com. There are hundreds of entries with titles like, “http://www.pappasblogg.no/2012/07/drit-i-maten/ “Xocai Nasty Tale” Adam Green” followed by virtually the same content supporting Xocai’s health claims.

    Most links lead to Xocai marketing materials. One claims to lead to study results regarding Atherosclerosis Risk, but brings back a page at clinicaltrials.gov featuring a list following the phrase “These likely beneficial effects include”. Another of the “research” links referencing mydoctorchocolate.com is broken. And then there has been the flood of Twitter #Xocai hashtags from adampaulgreen and listpipe that are a sudden increase from the less than a tweet a day prior to the Norwegian blogger story breaking.

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  21. Adam Green Says:

    Happy New Year!

    Jay, I’m so glad I read the comments today; this is unbelievable.
    That url thing is unbelievable. I had no idea.

    You inspired me to verify with GoDaddy and I’m really glad I did. When I checked MY OWN NAME out, I also found that people HAVE stolen my url name. Obviously, I was totally shocked since I’m the only Adam Green.

    This “robber” is a dependable technology expert
    for Avid Technologies – How cheeky!

    This “thief” is highly popular niche musician – What nerve!

    And the Adam Green above has a twin brother – The villains!

    This “scoundrel” is an insightful photographer – Out of focus!

    I’m now terrified that someone may snatch up and buy … adamgreen.me or adamgreen.mobi because they are still available from GoDaddy for any scary people to “steal” (for $9.99 each).

    As for the chocolate confusion rant, it’s quite difficult to take you seriously when your BEST and ONLY response to stated facts is: “Well, those facts are not true.” Especially in lieu of the multiple, credible scientific findings that are presented by numerous independent research institutions (not me). Anyone can Google it.

    You’d probably argue that President Obama isn’t the president of the USA or that Big Foot doesn’t exist – when both are true.

    However, if inquisitive skeptic minds would like to HEAR the official findings of Dr. Brinton in his own voice (rather than on paper),
    I’ll send you the audio files adam@adampaulgreen.com (email).

    Bottom line: This isn’t rocket science – its chocolate.
    Rather than eat a Snickers Bar, all I’m saying is eat our chocolate; its much better for you (according to certain people).

    • jaycueaitch Says:

      I notice those other urls you sarkily link to are Adam Green, not Adam Paul Green. Could be their names.! No varient on your name can possibly be “jaycueaitch” though. And I’m not the only person you’ve pulled this trick on am I? I notice you still don’t explain yourself so let me guess: Are you trying to manipulate Google rankings?

  22. Andysnat Says:

    So tell us Adam Green, why are you using “jaycueaitch” in your own URLs?

  23. jeni993 Says:

    Yes, Adam. People with similar names having similar urls is exactly the same as someone using another person’s name in a url to drive traffic away from that person’s website and to their website. Exactly the same. Killer argument there!

    PS: nice touch of sarcasm with the “only Adam Green” bit. Obviously “Jay Cue Aitch” is just as common a name as “Adam Green”. Except, wait, it isn’t. It doesn’t appear anywhere on the internet, even on this very blog, except for… well, on your websites. https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=%22jay+cue+aitch%22&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a#q=%22jay+cue+aitch%22&hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=Uq6&tbo=d&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&psj=1&ei=FXDwUJGgJM6R0QXwioHYBg&start=80&sa=N&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bvm=bv.1357700187,d.d2k&fp=b3707aeb4519f982&biw=1280&bih=582


  24. alcaponejunior Says:

    Adam Green, why are you using the name “jaycueaitch” in your own urls?

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