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    • October 17, 2010 11:32 AM PDT
    • Mike DeBord Nuverus

      I'm researching Nuverus and trying to find info on Mike DeBord ( Dr. Mike Debord, Dr. Micheal Debord ) and Mark Seyforth.

      I'm finding old information relating to a company called EnviroMax that sold fuel additives with executives named Mike DeBord and Mark Seyforth. I'm assuming these are the same people.

      Mike DeBords information on the Nuverus site says he is a doctor aka chiropractor.

      Any information will be helpful.


    • October 18, 2010 4:13 AM PDT
    • Mike DeBord Nuverus

      Dr. Mike Debord:

      "Dr." Mike Debord has an interesting history. I put quotations around the "Dr." title because he forfeited his chiropractic license in 2001. 

       Source: Ohio License Center - )

      I enjoy dissecting corporate bios so here's a snippet from Mike DeBord's Nuverus Bio:

      "He completed his Doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa.  Dr. DeBord graduated Cum Laude with honors.  He was a successful physician for 10 years.  His practice was one of the largest and most successful in Ohio. "

      Fact Check: It's difficult to determine how successful his practice was. But it seems that he was running a practice for some time without a license, and that at least one chiropractor working at his practice was fined for practicing at Michael P. DeBord's unlicensed factility:

      Joseph T. Ewing, D.C.

      License No. 1695 Case No. 2004 CHR 002

      Date of Action: May 20, 2004

      Violated Codes and/or Rules: Ohio Revised Code § 4734.31 (C)(9) & (11)

      Dr. Ewing admitted that he had been continuously employed by Spinal Injury & Rehab Center, Inc. since April 1, 2003, a for-profit corporation whose president is Michael P. DeBord, D.C. Dr. DeBord’s license to practice chiropractic in the state of Ohio became inactive January 1, 2002. Since January 1, 2002, Dr. Ewing admitted that he contributed to assisting Dr. DeBord in violating Ohio Revised Code § 4734.10 (A)(2). At all times since January 1, 2002, Dr. Ewing was aware of Dr. DeBord’s inactive license status and failed to disassociate himself with Dr. DeBord.

      Dr. Ewing’s license to practice chiropractic in the state of Ohio was placed on probation for a period of 4 months and he agreed to pay a civil fine in the amount of $2,000. Dr. Ewing agreed to various other stipulations and conditions as outlined in the Consent Agreement that he entered into with the Board.

      Source:  Ohio State Chiropractic Board Annual Report

      That doesn’t sound very “Successful”.

      The only other noteworthy issue with Michael P. Debord is a rather significant felony charge in Dayton, Ohio in 2005. For intimidating a public servant, retaliation, and tampering with evidence. Bail was set at $75,000.  

      Source: Dayton Municipal Court

      Assuming this is the same Michael P. DeBord of Dayton, Ohio as is referenced in all these bios, this is rather noteworthy.

      After his Chiropractic career, Mike DeBord’s bio states that he started a company called Extreme Rewards, that later merged into Nuverus. 

      There is some fuzzy overlapping info about his network marketing management experience with Extreme Research and EnviroMax Plus, and EnviroFuelPlus. His Bio for EnviroFuelPlus states:

      "Dr. DeBord is widely recognized as the leader in Internet & Direct Sales as well as Internet technology as it applies to the Network Marketing industry and the direct sales industry. Dr Mike now serves as the VP of Extreme Research, and VP of EnviroFuel Plus, Inc."

      Widely recognized by whom? I personally don’t see much that would recommend him as a successful executive. It doesn’t seem that EnviroMax plus was a huge market success. Payment is only available via paypal,  and EnviroMax Plus contact info does not include a business address, but it does have a phone number and an email address…that goes to Dr Mike at

      This colorful background is pretty common for executives that seem to have a long string of companies ( named or unnamed ) in their corporate bios.


      Mark Seyforth:

      Mark Seyforth has also had a long and colorful network marketing history. At this time, he seems to be the founder of One 24, but as recently as September of 2009, he was listed as part of the Nuverus Presidential Advisory Board, along with Dr. Mike DeBord.

      More to follow...

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