Category: Health remedy

– Stupidest Spam of the Week Dracula’s Secret

There are endless scam messages selling herbal remedies that don’t really exist, magic elixirs that cure all common ailments and long forgotten remedies that cure cancer, diabetes and other long term potentially fatal health problems.

This latest one seems to have been written by an idiot.

“If you want to prevent or stop dementia and memory problems, then try this delicious breakfast drink”.

It will reduce your risk of dementia by 86%”.

So far so far common to many of these scams, then comes the kicker.

This secret and many more were in a secret manuscript locked up in the Vatican and it is Dracula’s Royal Secret”. “It must be God sent”. “Solves your memory problems in days”.

Hhmm.

No. I don’t think so.

Just rubbish for really really stupid people.

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Stupidest Spam of the Week Healing Cells

Health scams are very commonplace and this latest one has all the hallmarks of a scam.

  1. Message was sent by “Thomas”, but the actual email address looks like random letters and numbers and real people usually have surnames, not just a first name.
  2. Medically proven to fortify and increase seniors immunity by 79%”. This is spurious accuracy – the effect of health treatments can never be described that accurately and immunity must be immunity from something specific. It cannot be immunity from everything.
  3. Kills all viruses and bacteria on the spot”. Certain chemicals such as found in bleach will do that but they also any human being that ingests them. Anything that doesn’t harm a human will not kill all known bacteria and viruses instantly.
  4. “This practically floods your body with healing cells!”. That’s a meaningless statement.
  5. “This cheap yet very effective booster will soon not be available for the general public, once the military will seize it.”. Lots of scammers like to add a touch of conspiracy theory to the mix.

A typical case of overkill – promising so much that it can only be a scam.

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Stupidest Spam of the Week Reset Your Body

Most health scammers invent a magic remedy for one specific common illness e.g. diabetes, kidney problems, lung cancer, short sightedness etc.

Some get greedy and invent a magic remedy for a range of illnesses and some go the whole hog and offer a remedy for every known illness.

This email is from synergysystem which sounds good but the domain name is “.xyz” which is used a lot by scammers as it is meaningless and entirely inappropriate for any reputable health business.

Drugs don’t address the root cause of pain and disease”. That’s a leading statement – intended to make you want to hear about what does address that root cause.

“Emily discovered a simple 3 minute exercise that eliminates the root cause of chronic pain and disease”.

The message goes on to claim that this ‘cure’ has been used with everything ranging from chronic pain to the inability to get pregnant to high blood pressure to depression and so on.

A nice idea but just a fantasy by a pathetic greedy criminal.

The email is just to get you to click a link to watch a video that the sender gets paid for every time someone clicks to watch it.

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Stupidest Spam of the Week Spiced Feet

“Place this herb under your tongue to destroy skin and nail fungus” is a very stupid email title and gives it away immediately as being a scam message.

The message starts with

“Doctors can’t explain why this insane method passes every lab test… “ which is a phrase commonly used by scammers trying to sell something ridiculous.

It never explains about the magic herb but moves on to claim that putting a spice in your shoes will destroy nail fungus and completely regrow your nails in no time.

Toe nails grow about one third of the rate of finger nails so to regrow a toe nail takes about 18 months.

Not quite immediately.

Complete rubbish of course. Never click on links in these emails as you don’t know what malware is hiding behind the link.

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Stupidest Spam of the Week Stop Cancer

There are endless scammers offering magic remedies for various illnesses and complaints. Some even choose cancer for their remedies.

This scammer wants to cover all bases and her remedy supposedly cures cancer, diabetes, arthritis and all viruses including AIDS.

What is the remedy?

Apparently it’s an exercise that takes 5 minutes once per day.

How can she prove it’s genuine – by claiming to have documented medical case studies dating back over 5,000 years.

We have very little information on language from that long ago but there are Egyptian records going back thousands of years, Sanskrit was spoken, Akkadian was in use and a form of ancient Chinese.

Which language was her medical studies written in?

We don’t find out but obviously it’s all just made up rubbish – there is no magic exercise and no records.

A truly pathetic scammer.

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Stupidest Spam of the Week Garlic Ears

Why you should put garlic in your ear before going to sleep” is a ridiculous headline heralding a ridiculous email message about lost health remedies.

There are probably thousands of books proclaiming long lost remedies and books of kitchen medicines, home-made potions to cure all ills, grand-mothers methods, ancient healing potions etc. and many will contain ideas that could work e.g. the age old remedy for indigestion is peppermint tea.

But, equally many of the old remedies are dangerous or just plain wrong. People have believed in the most ludicrous things in the past (and some still do).

This message claims:-

”the most powerful natural painkiller”

“the most powerful natural cures lost to mankind”

“when medicines vanish you’ll need this on your bookshelf”

turn your backyard weeds into antibiotics”.

No. Better to stick with modern medicine for anything serious and be careful over which kitchen remedies you try.

The line about garlic in your ears isn’t explained in the message and I wont be buying any book just to find the no doubt strange reason behind such a practice.

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