VXL Male Enhancement Scam

Beware of the VXL Male Enhancement scam. This bogus pill is the latest to appropriate the BIGGEST celebrity names (like Shark Tank and Dr. Oz). They will scam your money LONGER and HARDER than you can tolerate. Falling for the VXL Male Enhancement scam is guaranteed to MAKE YOU MOAN (with frustration)!

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Formula Focus Scam

If the scammers behind Formula Focus are using their own product, that should be evidence enough that their “IQ doubling” pill is a catastrophic failure. Scrolling through their “Forbes” article is like strolling down the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Seriously, even Donald Trump makes an appearance! These guys couldn’t even keep their product brand straight as they hobbled from one fabriquote to the next. Honestly though, I’ve never laughed so hard while researching a scam for CelebriCHECK.

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VigorThrive – Hugh Hefner

VigorThrive is the latest male sex-enhancing scam to hit the internet. On a site designed to look like Men’s Health magazine, and featuring Hugh Hefner, the scammers pull out all the stops to deceive consumers. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!

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Avinol PM – A Sleep Aid Scam You’ll Lose Sleep Over

Another day, another inbox full of spam, including this one that arrived with the subject line, “Shocking report by ABC on Dr.Oz!,” and featuring the image at the head of this post. They’re calling it Avinol PM and, I have no doubt they’re hoping it sounds enough like Tylenol PM to sound legit. For the record, Dr. Oz does NOT sell, promote or endorse this product. Silly scammers, don’t they know we’re sleeping with one eye open because people like them are lurking around every corner? DO NOT purchase this…

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VMax – ED Cure

Another scammer trying to pump their “ED cure” into the marketplace by falsely leveraging the names of Shark Tank and Robert Herjavec. Neither Shark Tank nor Herjavec are promoting or endorsing this product. Oh, and neither does Peyton Manning – whose name they also use in their ads! DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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Viarexin – ED Cure

Where to begin… This scam arrived in my inbox with the subject line, “Angelina Jolie Reveals Brad’s Love-Making Tips,” and a post header stating, “Shocking News: Angelina Jolie Reveals The All-Natural Miracle Pill That Cured Brad’s ED Permanently! Angelina: ‘Special Thanks To Dr. OZ’.” Rest assured, neither Brad, Angelina or Dr. Oz are promoting or endorsing this product! DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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Alzheimer’s Defense Program

Affiliates of the Alzheimer’s Defense Program are sending spam email with Betty White’s photo and claims that, “This is what the doctor gave her,” to keep her mind sharp. Similar programs and approaches go by the names “Memory Repair Protocol” and “Quantam Memory System,” but other names will almost certainly pop up, so beware any product that looks like this one. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!

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Synagen Brain Supplement

Another “Brain Booster” scam featuring the POTUS, Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates and others. Unfortunately, the only thing that will get a boost from this offer is the scammers’ wallets! DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements.

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