Michael Harvey Review

Michael Harvey is the creator of Earth4Energy. E4E is one of the new breed of green energy products currently taking the world by storm.

If you’ve done much searching for info on Michael Harvey you’ll already know that there isn’t much out there about this guy.

The main reason most people do a Google search for Michael Harvey is because what they really want to know is whether or not Earth4Energy is a scam.

The truth is that E4E isn’t a scam at all, in fact it is far from it. However, I’ll let you be the judge of that. Read on for more information and make up your own mind.

The Website – Earth4Energy.com

Michael Harvey is not listed as the registered purchaser against the domain Earth4Energy.com.

This domain was registered using Domains By Proxy. DBP offer a service whereby they are listed against the domain, thereby offering a service to protect your personal details.

Most personal websites which get high exposure and traffic usually go to this type of service eventually because of the constant hassle and personal protection issues.

This domain was first registered on the June 22nd, 2008 by Michael Harvey.


There is not a lot of information on this particular Michael Harvey if you use search engines. There is another well known actor / writer with the same name, and he takes up most of the results. However, after some careful digging and research we found that our Michael Harvey does have a twitter account and a Facebook page.

His Facebook page is basically the main Earth4Energy Facebook page and is listed as a company page with ID: marketingatvisionaryconceptsdotus. A pretty strange page name? We checked out this name and it’s actually an email address, which is weird. Anyway we also checked out the domain for this email address but the page returned an error.

We did a search on the whois and found that this domain was registered by a Tina Agee from Tennessee. Her address and phone number were also listed against the domain but we didn’t contact her because we don’t really think she has anything to with Michael Harvey.


Michael Harvey also has a twitter account which is a bit more active than the Facebook page with 1024 followers and 126 tweets. The username is @earth_4_energy and the page seems for the most part professional.

Overall it must be said that Mike Harvey has done a reasonable good job of making himself hard to track down. Not that this is a bad thing, we’re not professional investigators. If you really wanted to find someone there are people out there who can do it, no problem. However, his reasons for not revealing himself publicly are quite easily explained.

Michael Harvey Under Attack

There are numerous groups and individuals who aim to discredit products such as Earth4Energy. Some good examples of these sites are nlcpr.com and learningstuff.necubed.com . These perpetrators are very smart and make their cases very strong.

They have a large financial backing and often pose as regular people or industry experts using blogs and social networking to spread the rumours around the internet that products like this are bogus. The arguments they use very convincing and these companies know the power of bad reviews. Once a bad seed is planted in your mind, even if you later find out that it’s not a valid rumour, you will still have some doubt at the back of your mind.

The most likely reason that Michael Harvey is hard to find is due to the nature of Earth4Energy itself. Low-cost green energy products like Earth4Energy literally rob the national energy sector and larger alternative energy suppliers of millions of dollars in profits each year.

Since they have obviously failed to pay him off like they do with most other new green energy concepts, the next alternative is not so rewarding. They have found the most effective to way to fight this new craze is to spread bad rumours and stories. However, what most people don’t realise is that the Federal Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice have in place regulations which protect consumers from fraudulent products and scams.

Surely if such a popular product like Earth4Energy was a scam it wouldn’t still be on the market after 3 years?

It’s time for you to make your own mind up about Earth4Energy and Michael Harvey.