“Deb Shatz” (WARNING!)

“Deb Shatz” is claimed to be an officer at Global Electrolysis Supply.

Global Electrolysis Supply should be avoided by all consumers.

On a version of their website available in 2000, Global Electrolysis Supply (then called Allied Electrolysis Supply) had a letter supposedly from the president. The name given was “Deb Shatz,” who was described as a “retired electrologist and esthetician with over 20 years of experience.” She was also supposedly a member of the nonexistent”International Guild of Electrologists.”

Someone submitted an electronic business card for “Deb Shatz” that reads: Shatz, Deb Executive V. P. / Senior V. P., Global Electrolysis Supply, Canada

Ads for affiliate programs

In 2001, “Deb Shatz” made several posts regarding Global Electrolysis Supply affiliate programs The way companies like Global Electrolysis Supply make money is by offering commissions to those who promote their business. This leads to an especially aggressive type of promotion that often is based on overblown claims.

A site with classified ads for web affiliate programs had this

Transdermal Electrolysis Accessories

Transcutaneous electrolysis accessories and supplies. Affiliate program is single tier, and pays 15% commission, averaging over $100 for a single on-line sale. Submitted by Deb Shatz..

A Danish message board for affiliate programs had this:

This message was posted by Deb Shatz (dataentry@global-electrolysis-supply.com), posted on June 08, 2001 at 16:06:07 coming from 63.20.119

Join the 1 Billion dollar epilation cosmetology industry (hair removal equipment and supplies).
Our tier 1 affiliates earn 15%, averaging over $100.00 USD for a single on-line sale
(based on median-ticket size sale,audit year 2000).
Accounts are paid bi-monthly, by electronic transfer to your commercial checking.

Affiliate Program [linked to global-electrolysis-supply.com]

Anyone with additional information on”Deb Shatz” can send it along, and I’ll forward it to the proper authorities.

Below: a picture supposedly of “Deb Shatz.”

This image, like their fake headquarters photo, was stolen from a stock photo site:

Other names associated with Global Electrolysis Supply:

See also my pages on Chris Williams (also known as Chris Limon) and Gregg Manning, (also known as Greg Manning and Greg Mannon).