1. According to the latest info they provided on the Brand Angel site, there were far less than 300 Brand Angels; in fact, there were exactly 130 of them. This number was provided in mid-July, well after they stopped accepting applications, so there's reason to believe that it's more or less the truth. If that's the case, then shipping 150 machines to their Brand Angels would mean we all have them... and *none* of us have them.
2. Max's statement that the negative voices are always the loudest makes no sense in this context. It's not like there's reason for people to ONLY report when they HAVEN'T received their machine -- there's, in fact, NO reason that a Brand Angel with a machine in hand wouldn't come back to the Brand Angel site and report that fact. At the LEAST, the person would report it on their website... and if you look through the Google results for CherryPal, you'll not find a SINGLE person who has one in-hand. Nobody. Not a Brand Angel, not a reviewer, not even a paying customer.
3. CherryPal DID set up the Brand Angel network; we were each contacted by their Brand Angel manager, the same person who sent us the Brand Angel application, accepted it back from us, and informed us of our selection. We each have the same Brand Angel manager's email invitation to the network website, with the following statement: "We also created this Ning so you Brand Angels can get to know us Brand Angel Managers and the other Brand Angels better. Feel free to join and post!"
This is all a huge scam. Ridiculous.