Claims and Promises
Fraudulent products are designed solely to make money. They often use paid actors in the infomercials and advertisements to make their products sound and look convincing. They also may use celebrities to endorse the products. Fraudulent products usually:
- Promise quick, painless cures or results.
- Claim to be effective for a wide range of ailments.
- Promise weight loss without dieting or exercise.
- Claim to be made from a special, secret ingredient.
- Guarantee all results.
- Use testimonials or undocumented case histories from satisfied patients.
- Offer an additional amount of the product as a "special promotion."
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