LIFE System vs. the EPFX QXCI and SCIO
We have compiled this information due to the many requests we get regarding the difference between the 2 systems.
However, it should be noted that they are completely different in design and architecture although they may have similar programs and applications.
Legally speaking The EPFX or QXCI or SCIO is under great legal pressure due to the false registrations and claims made by both the manufacturer and sales people alike.
The EPFX or QXCI or SCIO is illegal for importation in The USA and has also been banned in Canada by Health Canada. The European Union is currently investigating The EPFX/SCIO device for mis branding and misrepresentation regarding their 93/42/EEC Medical Device Registration.
It is unfortunate that The EPFX has come under fire as the competition ultimately served the industry well and provided the practitioners with more choice and a guarantee of better service. Bill Nelson the developer of The EPFX/SCIO or QXCI conducted himself in a very unprofessional manner in some of the interviews and as a result, caused tremendous harm not only to The EPFX/SCIO market but to the entire bio-energteic industry.
Although the links below may show The EPFX in a bad light, read the comments and you will see that this technology is most certainly valid. Clients are experiencing pain relief through biofeedback every day across the globe! It was just unfortunate that Bill Nelson was the manufacturer for The EPFX as his life style and attitude towards the FDA did his company absolutely no good at all. In-fact due to his taunting of the FDA by a song posted in the internet “You ain’t seen nothing yet” the FDA renewed their interest to have him extradited from Europe. There is currently a USA arrest warrant for Bill Nelson as he committed mail fraud by sending his fellow device competitors a cease and desist letter with the FDA logo around 1996.
Furthermore his lifestyle as a transvestite has done his company or the industry absolutely no favors at all. Check out these links:
His sugar coated message to the media: Click here
Bill Nelson models as a pregnant female: Click here
His singing abilities can be viewed here Click here
His You Tube Video Channel can be viewed here
We have included some of these links to provide some insight into the EPFX technology. When investing thousands of dollars or changing a career path, it is important to know who you are dealing with and how the company conducts itself.
You may be interested in these links:
As per The FDA Website:
The EPFX can no longer be imported into The USA. It will be confiscated at the border and is deemed an illegal instrument.
Their registration known as a 510K has been revoked:
Seattle Times: November 2007: Miracle Machines: The 21st Century Snake Oil Click here
May 2009 The EPFX certification in Europe was revoked by the European Union. This effectively means that devices can not legally be sold in Europe, Australia and South Africa. A new 93/42/EEC Medical Directive has to be submitted via Bill Nelsons company to the European Union and quite frankly in light of the recent issues surrounding Bill Nelson and his devices we can not see a new certification being obtained in the very near future.
Jan 30th 2009: Why are Canadian hanging their hopes on this machine: Click here
Feb 27th 2009: CBC Canada: Is The EPFX still allowed to be sold in Canada: Click here
Feb 15th 2008: CBS Medical Equipment Scam Click here
Also more FDA news:
At a Jan. 29 hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Rep. Jay Inslee (D-Wash.) expressed concern about the continued sale of the EPFX in the U.S. Read more click here