How a Scientology-run business preyed on Silicon Valley icons in the name of 'wellness' - 2018-09-13

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F347.png How a Scientology-run business preyed on Silicon Valley icons in the name of 'wellness' September 13, 2018, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Today we have a remarkable account from a woman who asked not to be named. We're also not identifying by name the business she has written about. But considering stories we've done recently (and some in years previously), we feel that her narrative is very timely and provides a really stunning look inside a Scientologist-run business operating on Scientology principles and interacting with some of this country's biggest and most important corporations. For years, we've written about businesses run by Scientologists that are involved in the World Institute of Scientology Enterprises (WISE), a Scientology front that tends to target chiropractors, dentists, and veterinarians. Here's a look at one WISE clinic that is pulling millions out of Silicon Valley firms in the name of "wellness."

In 2010 I was hired by a business claiming to be a medical center, and at my initial interview I was advised that they ran the business using the L. Ron Hubbard business model. They explained that it was a legitimate business practice that had nothing to do with Scientology.

I was hired because of my extensive experience in medical billing, especially success with appeals and my understanding of physical therapy billing.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = How a Scientology-run business preyed on Silicon Valley icons in the name of 'wellness' | url = https://tonyortega.org/2018/09/13/how-a-scientology-run-business-preyed-on-silicon-valley-icons-in-the-name-of-wellness/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = September 13, 2018 | accessdate = September 13, 2018 }}