Nutra Forskolin

Nutra Forskolin Slim affiliates are using more celebrities and media outlets than you can shake a stick at to push their product. Images on the site include Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray, Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson, and Snookie.

DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!

While Dr. Oz has indeed discussed Forskolin in general terms, he has NEVER endorsed, promoted, or sold this product. Likewise, Rachel Ray does not attribute her weight loss to this product either.

This page is littered with celebrity images and media logos including, Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray, Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson, Snookie, ABC, CBS, CNBC, Fox News, OK magazine, US Weekly, The Doctors, and Shape magazine.

I think it’s safe to assume that this is not their only site, and these are not the only bogus endorsement claims they’re making. At the bottom of the page in very small print, is the following notice:

“The story depicted on this site and the person depicted in the story are not real unless stated otherwise. Rather, this story is based on the results that some people who have used these products have achieved. The results portrayed in the story and in the comments are illustrative, and may not be the results that you achieve with these products. This page receives compensation for clicks on or purchase of products featured on this site.”We are not affiliated in any way with CNN, WebTV, News Channel 7, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, USA Today, BBC, 60 Minutes, CBS, U.S. News or FOX. CNN, WebTV, News Channel 7, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, USA Today, BBC, 60 Minutes, CBS, U.S. News and FOX are all registered trademarks of their respective owners.”



Ultimately, the free offer links lead to a page with a product of different name – Forskolin Ultra Diet.

When you click on the well-hidden link for “Terms & Conditions” you’ll get a message stating, “Moved Permanently. The document has moved here.” Only problem is the link doesn’t work.

You’ll have to actually enter your contact information to get to the order page where you’ll discover that the “Free Bottle” comes with the purchase of two bottles at a price of $39.95 each.

There are also the usual testi-PHONIALS at the bottom of the page. I know these comments are fake because they appear word-for-word on a number of other sites pushing similar products.

At the end of the day, do you REALLY want to purchase a product from any company that’s worked so hard to deceive you? Me neither!


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