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Diet Ad Scam

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fitperez.com

I know it’s tempting to buy into a miracle diet, but instead of losing weight, you could just lose your money.  That’s according to fitperez.com.  The site says the consumer reports for the acai berry diet on the side of your browser are a scam.

“The lawsuits were spurred by complaints received by the Federal Trade Commission that consumers paid $100 weight-loss products after being duped by the sites.”

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Miracle Diet Scam

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