SCAM ALERT: Halki Diabetes Cure is Baloney

What would you do if you meet a new person and the first thing they tell you is clearly a lie? You’d likely runaway. Well, pretty much the first thing that Halki Diabetes Remedy tells you is a lie: its creator Eric Whitfield doesn’t exist. And that’s not the only lie to which you’ll be … Read more

SCAM ALERT: Diabetes Destroyer Debunked

Like other alleged cures, Diabetes Destroyer, the marketers of these “programs” use questionable cures and over-the-top promises to reduce your bank account rather than your insulin levels.  In the case of Diabetes Destroyer, they use the “big lie” marketing strategy; namely that the medical establishment is covering-up information that would help you cure your diabetes.   … Read more

SCAM ALERT: Lean Belly 3X Is Yet Another Overpriced Diet Supplement Scam

What would you do if you meet a new person and the first thing they say is clearly a lie?  You’d likely runaway.  Well, pretty much the first thing that Lean Belly 3X tells you is a lie; its alleged creator Shaun Hadsall doesn’t gives different stories about his wife’s weight-loss and is essentially just … Read more

SCAM ALERT: Inactivate Ryan Shelton’s Longevity Activator

Longevity Activator is a supplement sold by infoscammer “Dr” Ryan Shelton.  Shelton peddles a  number of Internet-based cures that he peddles including the Hair Revital X, Join FLX, SoundQuility, SouthBeach Skin Lab, Diabetes 60, Vision 20 and fertility treatments among other things.   Ryan Shelton is not a medical doctor, but a naturopath who holds himself out … Read more

SCAM ALERT: Beware the Blood Sugar Formula Vampires

$49 every month for pills that will cure diabetes.  That’s what PureHealth Research is hawking to unsuspecting consumers.  Below, we’ll explain why you don’t have to spend that kind of money to ward off diabetes.  The Blood Sugar Formula is just one of numerous pills that claim to cure diabetes.  By definition, they are all … Read more