Category: Health remedy

Clear Vison in 7 Seconds

Medical experts are stunned by this Nobel-prize winning vision secret…” claims the email.

Of course, there is no secret and certainly no Nobel prize for scammers.

Novel prizes are awarded years after the discovery or experiment occurred and are known world wide – so how can something be a huge secret that will ‘destroy the foundation of the eyecare industry’ yet also be known around the world.

I didn’t notice the world’s eyecare industry collapsing over the last few years – did you?

In fact, even folks who were once legally blind are now seeing in crystal clear HD vision”.

Seems there’s nothing this scammer wont claim.

HD Vision is a term from the world of computer screens and TVs – there’s no such thing as HD vision in humans except in the mind of a very stupid scammer.

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Stupidest Scam of the Week – Magic Bacteria

An email complete with pictures and a video clip tries to sell the idea that swallowing a lot of newly discovered bacteria will solve all of your teeth problems.

It supposedly fixes dental decay, cavities, bad breath, bleeding gums, teeth rot and anything you can think of to do with your teeth.

Something new that can help with one problem may be interesting but so many scammers feel they have to keep going – inventing more and more things their fantasy magic can fix.

Makes your teeth 20x stronger than before’ but also says that the bacteria help to reconstruct the original enamel on your teeth which would make them as strong as before, so a big difference there between as strong as before and 20x stronger than before.

‘Like a titanium shield against cavities and root infection’

‘some say their teeth are stronger than a dental implant’

Quite ridiculous.

There is no such bacteria and even if bacteria were discovered that can help to regrow the enamel layer on your teeth, swallowing them would be pretty stupid, as described in the email, as your teeth are in your mouth and not your stomach.

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Is Your Brain leaky?

This is a recently popular scam topic which tries to convince everybody they have a leaky brain and ned help in fixing that leak.

Researchers at the University of Southern California  recently discovered leaky brain”

“If you’re over 30 then it’s 99% likely you have a leaky brain”.

That is a made-up statistic as there is no such thing as leaky brain despite some pill pushing scammers trying to make people believe it’s real.

 To make people believe they have such a problem, the emails list common symptoms such as forgetting where your glasses are or losing your wallet or forgetting appointments.

These are a normal part of life and not leaky brains.

There is supposedly lots of science behind this claim, but it’s rubbish – the science referred to is about rats with specific problems and does not apply to humans in any way.

Ignore this rubbish.

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Stupidest Scam of the Week Raspberries

Another magic way to remove all unwanted belly fat and achieve effortless weight loss without any need to diet.

This one uses raspberries.

Humans have been eating raspberries for a very long time and no-one has ever believed they cause massive almost instantaneous weight loss till this scammer “Coach Travis” came along.

“It can torch unwanted fat overnight”

“Lose 10 pounds in 10 days”

“Lose that weight no matter what your diet is”

To get this magic effect you just have to eat a quarter bowl of raspberries then do the magic ritual.

The scammer of course sells access to that magic ritual that supposedly makes all the difference.

You can just imagine a scammer sitting at her PC enjoying a bowl of raspberries thinking how can I convince people to believe my ridiculous story about raspberries then realising that she couldn’t be bothered and would send out the rubbish message as it was.


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The Diabetes Tree

This is another of the supposed magical diabetes cure scams.

It’s somewhat more dramatic than most e.g. “They were scheduled to saw off Kelsey’s leg in a matter of days”.

Her doctors worried a coma was next

And so on.

But the star of the story travelled to Arizona to a house he had never seen and there in the backyard was a non-descript little tree.

You can see this is written like a fairy story, but by an idiot.

The story continues “But the man soon discovered the tree was extremely rare and that people in India have used its properties for thousands of years to cure diabetes”.

In fact, India has a very high rate of diabetes so the country is not a good example of where to look for a cure for diabetes.

Finally, the scammer claims that more than 20,000 American have been cured by this tree’s bark – but also that it’s a secret.

If I wanted to keep something secret – I wouldn’t tell 20,000 people about it.

It’s all pathetic.

Never trust magical remedies and strange things found by ‘ordinary’ folks. Trust your doctor instead.

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Stupidest Scam or Spam of the Week Mega Anti-Oxidant

5000 times stronger than vitamins A, C and E combined” is a scammer’s tagline.

Vitamins are naturally occurring and we need certain amounts of them to make our bodies run efficiently.

Lots of people have health issues that can be helped by ensuring adequate vitamins in their food and some people just p=have poor diets so need vitamin supplements.

However all vitamins can be harmful in large quantities

e.g. taking as little 5 times the recommended amount of vitamin A can lead to liver damage, bone loss, hair loss and more. Taking several times the recommended does of vitamin E increases the chances of stroke and death.

Even relatively safe vitamin C can cause medical problems if over dosed.

So, something 5000 times stronger than vitamins A, C and E combined would absolutely be lethal.

The scammer also claims that this new ‘nutrient’ will rewind time on your cells to make you younger again.

The scam is a mixture of misunderstood science and fantasy and a lot of exaggeration.

Never never trust unsolicited emails offering a magic remedy – they are either non-existent or potentially dangerous.

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