Provillus Hair Loss Treatment Scam

I want you to close your eyes and think of a celebrity with a fabulous head of hair. Picture hair that leaves you oozing with jealousy… Do you have your celebrity picked? Was it Sir Patrick Stewart? No?! Mine neither. Apparently the good people at Provillus missed their mark on that scheme. Seriously, Provillus is the hair loss solution that thought photoshopping a mane on Capt. Jean-Luc Picard would have us all reaching for our wallets. But wait, there’s more!

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JULLEN Renewal Scam

The JULLEN Renewal scam is on a website pretending to be the NBC News site and using the headline, “Singer Alicia Keys discovered the Fountain of Youth! Sworn Off Makeup! She QUITS Wearing Makeup… Even On The Red Carpet!” Alicia Keys does NOT produce, sell, or endorse this product so please don’t buy it based on this FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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Biocilium – Hair Regrowth Scam

Yet another hair regrowth scam. In this one, they’ve included references to Beyonce, Hugh Laurie, James Nesbitt, Jason Statham, Jeremy Piven, Patrick Stewart, and Johnny Depp. None of whom endorse their product. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!

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Rejuvalex – Hair Growth Formula

If you’ve ever wondered what some of your favorite bald(ing) celebrities would look like with more hair, these creative scammers have crafted a page that might tickle you. They’ve included references to Beyonce, Hugh Laurie, James Nesbitt, Jason Statham, Jeremy Piven, Patrick Stewart, Johnny Depp and others. None of whom endorse their product. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!

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