A Light & Sound Dealer’s Responsibility: “Helping Professionals.” by Dr. Richard Bennett, Ph.D.

A Light & Sound Dealer’s Responsibility: “Helping Professionals.” by Dr. Richard Bennett, Ph.D.

“Approximately three years ago, I heard from various sources that Biofeedback was changing dramatically, especially in the Light/Sound Arena. After researching this not so known and/or visible application of Neurotechnology, I spoke with Michael Landgraf of MindMachines.com a company in Granada Hills, California. I had no idea of what that contact would bring. Michael educated me in that he patiently explained the potential of L/S, and advised me to what equipment would best work for mer were I to decide to add Biofeedback to my practice…

Richard Bennett, Ph.D.

The Biofeedback Resource Center

Dr. Bennett can be reachd at: genedoc1@msn.com”

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3 thoughts on “A Light & Sound Dealer’s Responsibility: “Helping Professionals.” by Dr. Richard Bennett, Ph.D.

  1. Richard Bennett says:

    Fraud—the art of deliberate deception for unlawful gain—is as old as history; the term “white-collar crime” was reportedly coined in 1939 and has since become synonymous with the full range of frauds committed by business and government professionals. Today’s con artists are more savvy and sophisticated than ever, engineering everything from slick online scams to complex stock and health care frauds.

    For more information, see our webpage on mortgage fraud, the national White-Collar Crime webpage, our Common Fraud Schemes webpage, and our E-Scams and Warnings webpage. And see our Press Room for current cases

    Clearly identifies you. You are a complete fraud. Jigs up, Fraud

  2. I’m not sure what’s going on here… There are so many aliases, that I lose track of who the criminals are and who the victims are. Is this guy for real? Is he still running businesses with false credentials? What name is he using now? Where is he now?

  3. Richard Bennett says:

    FYI, there is a Danny Gayman who is flogging a really phony cure for Cancer. TOTALLY unproven and probably very dangerous. Has, in his words, 70 plus patients that I have been trying to locate. This time a con after a con so I got close enough to find 6 of them. One lady died in May and had been taking his “protocol” . There are a few others who may have be endangered to include his widow. Harsh but very real. He tried to endear me to rewrite the so called protocol. When I read it I was floored at how dangerous side effects could be to a system already compromised when using his ‘cure’.
    You know me, I will find out everything about him. Spoke with a “patient” who has a lot to tell from the past few years. He has flogged the “protocol” in at least six states. Washington and Oregon at present.

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