Have you ever seen those adverts that claim to do miracles? Like help you loose weight by just drinking a drink. With so totally convincing pictures of a torso like these ones –
In the picture the girl is wearing a different bra and has different colour hair, so a total transformation! I clicked through to see how this website was trying to rip people off. The girl on the website has ginger hair so has been very busy at the hair salon! The website is basically a sales pitch which links through to another website for a South American berry juice and “life cleanse” tablets. If you clicked these links and bought the product this original website would earn referral money.
I’m fairly sure their tactics of showing pictures of unrelated girls of different body proportions to advertise a product is against the law but I guess there’s no way of proving they are unrelated, it may be the same girl who loves getting her hair dyed.
The website had a comment section at the bottom which has comments like this –
“I just happend to click on your page one day. Your story has definitely inspired me, Michelle. I already signed up for my shipment.”
Again these could by true comments, it’s pretty difficult to prove otherwise but then this comment grabbed my attention –
That seems to good to be true, someone in the suburb I live next to ordered some from this site and it took less than a week to get delivered. Using the magic of remote desktop and running a server in the UK I visited the same website –
Same “comment” but with a different geo-location. So the comments are fake and definitely against the FTC Endorsement Guidelines (the site is hosted in the USA).
So I guess the morale of the story is, never click on an advert to buy something or ever think someone who lives down the road just bought the same product!