This one arrived as spam in my email with the subject line, “Today Show – Harvard doctors cure 97yr olds Alzheimers,” and the accompanying image is designed to look like a CNN News report. I guess they got their media mixed up. You have to read this post to see how they Photoshopped a REAL doctor out of a picture and replaced her with another “Doctor.”
DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!
If you click on the “MORE AT CNN HEALTH NEWS” link in the spam email, it doesn’t take you to the CNN site, it leads instead to alzheimersdefenseprogram.com, a site that features an interminably long video about pharmaceutical conspiracy and a miracle cure.
If you try to leave the page, you’ll get a pop-up message that tries to get you to stay on the page. I mean, after all, they’re giving you insider information – don’t you want it?!
THE GREAT DOCTOR SWITCHEROO!
As you scroll down the loooong sales pitch page, you’ll eventually find a picture of “Dr. Fred Turner.” Take a GOOD LOOK AT THIS PICTURE – especially the background!
NOW… have a look at this picture of Karen O’Malley, PhD in her office (you can see the original image here). Look familiar? Yeah, I think so too. Looks to me like the pirated her picture and Photoshopped in a new image on the computer monitor and placed “Dr. Turner over Dr. O’Malley but, other than that, the books are the same, the pictures in the frame on the desk are the same, well… everything is the same.
Now, I can’t say whether the product/program has any merit, but I can say that these types of marketing techniques give me pause and make me more than a little skeptical about the merit of any claims made. How about you?
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