Category: Health remedy

Stupidest Spam of the Week Fat Burning Coffee

There are endless magic ingredients offered by scammers that supposedly create weight loss – normally without any effort or exercise or even restricting your diet.

Clearly these are all lies, invented by scammers to get your money and/or personal details.

This latest one has the title ‘The death of black coffee’.

It involves a ‘weird trick’ which is common for many of these scams.

It claims that one tiny tweak to your morning coffee puts your body into fat burning mode all day and it takes less than ten seconds.

There are nice photos of hot coffee drinks.

So, this trick is supposed to ‘ignite your metabolism’. No doctor or responsible person would describe a real product using that phrase. Anything that did ‘ignite your metabolism’ would be extremely dangerous as it would mean pushing your body temperature up significantly.

There is a link to click to get the ten second trick.

Never never click on such links in unsolicited emails as it encourages these criminals and you can only lose.

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Stupidest Spam of the Week Anti-Diabetes

A moronic scammer is sending out messages with the idea of ‘anti-diabetes’ in them

“Grow your own anti-diabetic cells”

“Activate your anti-diabetic cells”

“This changes everything about diabetes”

This is obvious rubbish – it would like having anti-broken leg cells or anti-fat cells.

“it finally proves something doctors could have never thought possible:”

Supposedly it is a fruit that you can add to breakfast and it will make all diabetes drugs worthless.

Just click the link to find the truth.

No, just a pathetic scammer out to con desperate people.

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The Wine Diet

Scammers keep coming up with new and even more ridiculous supposed diets that make you lose tons of weight in no time at all.

This latest one is the Wine diet and the email title is ‘Wine Melts Fat’.

“Top doctors and nutritionists still cannot believe their eyes…”

“As more and more people are losing up to 2 pounds each day with this recently discovered weight-loss method.”

It claims that all you have to do is drink wine in a specific way and at the right time of day and the fat will simply melt away. No need for restricted eating or exercise – just follow the simple wine ritual.

There are many people desperate for a diet that is easy to follow but of course to lose weight you have to eat fewer calories than you use in your day’s activities.

Wine contains calories – a 750 mls bottle of red wine has about 650 calories.

There isn’t anything in wine that can make you lose weight – the whole idea is pathetically stupid.

But scammers don’t care how stupid an idea is as long as someone responds to their claims and hands over their money or personal information.

The second half of the email is actually sections taken from Wikipedia about how Wikipedia operates. This is simply text chosen by the scammer to try to get her scam emails through anti-scam filters at the Internet providers.

A ludicrous scam email.

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Perfect Vision

Lots of scams focus on eyesight problems and many scammers offer assorted magic remedies for faulty eyesight.

Usually, they claim to be able to fix something specific such as short sightedness or cataracts etc.

This latest scammer simply offers a magic cure for any kind of eyesight problem.

“It’s UNBELIEVABLE…

 THIS breakthrough discovery left ophthalmologists stunned…

 Every patient who tested it got a perfect 20/20 vision after JUST 3 weeks!”

This is typical scammer fantasy – always leaving some supposed experts shocked and then goes on to claim it is the answer to every problem, which is obviously impossible.

Finally, the conspiracy bit – claiming that this discovery is going to put big business on the ropes so you have to click soon before it is removed from the Internet.

It’s a shame we cannot remove these evil scammers from the Internet.

“==>You can find it right here.

 THIS substance shocked literally everyone…

 The way it solves even the most severe ocular deterioration is MIRACULOUS.

 Hundreds of cases of cataract, glaucoma, myopia, blurred vision are now in the PAST…

WITHOUT any kind of surgery, glasses, contact lenses or exercises…

But hurry!”

It’s all pathetic lies of course.

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Stupidest Spam of the Week Metabolism Reset

There are many scams based on curing diabetes and magic ways to reduce your blood sugar levels while still stuffing your face with chocolate, doughnuts and every dessert imaginable.

This latest one offers a magic reset button that almost instantly resolves any issues over blood sugar and hence risk of diabetes.

Supposedly a famous Harvard doctor has discovered a weird ‘Metabolism Reset’ button.

‘Weird’ seems to be a favourite word of scammers, for such emails.

The email claims that a recent study shows that hitting this reset button restores perfect blood sugar.

Of source there is no such thing as perfect blood sugar – your blood sugar level changes constantly through the day as you eat, rest, exercise etc.

The problem with diabetes is not lack of perfect blood sugar but that the body doesn’t manage the level sustainably with the appropriate release of insulin.

There is no such study of course as the whole world would know about if it existed.

And most certainly there is no reset button.

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Stupidest Spam of the Week Huge Scandal

Many scammers focus on one type of scam or one category of victims.

This latest email is a weird mixture.

The title of the email is “Something new was revealed please look”.

There is a strange photo of a man in front of three drums that look like large oil drums, with plastic pipes between them and it says “This device will change your health”.

Change your health for the worse I assume.

The story goes on to say it was invented by a firefighter and is 10 times more powerful than any treatment.

Treatment for what? It doesn’t say.

The scammer seems to be getting desperate as the email then contains strange claims such as

Rumours say NASA has a department exclusively for this”.

“This device will start a huge scandal”.

“Even Trump’s administration worry about this.

That reference to Trump shows the email is just recycled rubbish from 2020.

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