Debunked: XYO Device Replacing GPS, Saving $2 Million a Day


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Hi @JPWALLACE Thanks for bringing this article to our attention, we’re always really interested in what is being written about XYO and circulating on the interweb.

We plan on writing a followup response article to this one — for the time being it’s important to note that the writer of this article focuses “on investigating and explaining conspiracy theories such as Chemtrails, 9/11, False Flags. Also covers more esoteric topics such as UFO’s, pseudoscience, Flat Earth, photo analysis, and quackery.” --per his own website.

Either way we welcome constructive dialogue on all things XYO! :smiley:


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Yeah, he’s a debunker… so that’s his angle, and from reading his article (I wish I could have that 20 mins back), his main gripe is the number of adds he’s seeing on web pages… So, I take my hat off to the marketing team and “Project Everywhere”. They are clearly doing a great job.


#4

This guy needs to get a job with the super sluths at Snopes😂


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Let me save u guys some time
1.seen too much ads
2.photostock image used bit the same.xy +4
3.big ambitions


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Thanks Mike… Alot of uncertainties and fud is going on in the market… Im in this for a long hold… And let xyo playing this thing out and walk its path…


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I too am getting bombarded with the XYO Banner!! I LOVE it seeing how you must be spending your budget on advertising which is always needed!!
Hopeful of great things!!


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‘Operation Everywhere’ in full effect! People can’t be part of the future of location if they don’t know of us. :grin::wink:


#9

YES!! GO XYO GO!!!

Any news on a referal link?