Please watch out for the Herbal Visual Tea scam, which claims to cure glaucoma, cataract and many other diseases of the eye!
Find out why this Herbal Visual Team is just a scam, and warn your family and friends!
Scam Alert : Herbal Visual Tea By Li Tianfa / Tianfa Lee!
The Malaysian Society of Ophthalmology (MSO) is warning people again about fake Facebook pages using their photos
Take a look at a selection of fake Facebook pages that the Malaysian Society of Ophthalmology (MSO) identified and shared on their Facebook page.
Why Herbal Visual Tea For Glaucoma / Cataract Is A Scam!
All these fake Facebook pages appear to promote the Herbal Visual Tea by Li Tianfa, who also goes by the name Tianfa Lee.
So why is this Herbal Visual Tea a scam? Here are the facts…
Fact #1 : Malaysian Society of Ophthalmology Warned About This Scam
On 5 January 2021, the Malaysian Society of Ophthalmology reported these scam posts to the police, Facebook and MCMC.
The Malaysian Society of Ophthalmology has been made aware of malicious scammers who have cut and pasted our committee members and other members photos to be used to promote dubious fake eye products or services. We have reported these posts to the Police , Facebook and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) . Please do not respond to these scammers .
That didn’t stop these scammers, who continued to create new fake Facebook pages to promote Herbal Visual Tea.
On 21 May 2021, MSO again warned about these scammers.
The Malaysian Society of Ophthalmology (MSO) strongly condemns the action of certain irresponsible parties who misuse official images from our Society, seemingly endorsing certain health products of dubious benefits. The health claims are callous, misleading and without any sound evidence.
The public is advised against purchasing these products of unknown entity. Existing patients with eye conditions should always consult their eye doctor before stopping their existing medications or trying these alternative treatments.
The Society appreciates those who have notified us of these ads. Please help us to report these ads to Facebook so that we can stop others from being duped into buying these products.
And on 23 September 2021, MSO yet again issued another warning about these scammers.
Fact #2 : Those Fancy Associations Do NOT Exist!
This Li Tianfa / Tianfa Lee claims to have a TON of titles, but if you check them online, these organisations do not really exist!
- International Exchange Center for Traditional Complementary Medicine : Does Not Exist!
- Academic Association of Ophthalmology of Malaysian Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine : Does Not Exist!
- Malaysia Association of Chinese Medicine : Does Not Exist!
- Professional Chinese Acupuncture Association of Malaysia : Does Not Exist!
- Indy International University, Malaysia : Does Not Exist!
- Miaofa Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital : Does Not Exist!
There is a Center for International Exchange of Traditional Chinese Medicine, but he is not listed amongst its many consultants and lecturers.
INTI International University exists, but he does not appear to be in their faculty list.
There is a Miao Fa TCM 妙法中醫 store, but it is a traditional Chinese medicine store, not a hospital!
Fact #3 : Dr. Li Tianfa Called Herbal Visual Tea A Scam!
Here is the kicker – Dr. Li Tianfa is the owner of Miao Fa TCM, and he declared that the Herbal Visual Tea is a SCAM!
Clarification! Clarification! Clarification!
Scammers are misusing my identity!
I, Dr. Li Tianfa would like to clarify, and solemnly declare that this Herbal Visual Tea is not my product!!!
Please don’t be! fooled!!
Our Facebook page is miaofa tcm!!!
So please do NOT blame Dr. Li Tianfa. He appears to be an innocent victim of these scammers, just like all those who were fooled into purchasing the Herbal Visual Tea.
Fact #4 : There Is No Proof This Tea Cures Anything
The Herbal Visual Tea consists of common ingredients like longan, chrysanthemum, honeysuckle, cassia seed, wolfberry, Galli gigeriae endothelium corneum, black sesame and mulberry.
Pretty much ingredients you can buy at any traditional Chinese medicine store!
There is simply NO EVIDENCE that such a concoction can cure glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, optic atrophy, fundus lesions, retinal detachment, vitreous body turbidity, floaters, presbyopia, astigmatism, hyperopia, night blindness and more that the scammers are claiming!
This Visual Herbal Tea is nothing more than a SCAM! Please warn your family and friends!
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