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Featured Review: Is Clear TV a Scam?
Can Clear TV replace your current cable subscription? Does it really work as well as advertised? Do you even need it in the first place?
The Venus Factor Review
The Venus Factor claims to be a female-specific fat loss program that helps boost leptin production, which can increase energy and promote lasting weight loss.
3 Bar Crosstrainer Review
3 Bar Crosstrainer says it’s a unique workout device combining pilates, crossfit, yoga, and barre to give you the body you want, but are they pulling your leg?
By providing readers with a customizable daily email, BookBub claims to help you discover deeply discounted and free ebooks available only for a limited time.
EZ Walk Review
EZ Walk says its insoles work with any flip-flop or thong sandal and give you support and relief for your feet during summer, but is it really worth it?
My Cane Review
My Cane claims to use a unique quad base that allows it to maintain constant contact with the ground, which provides superior surface grip and support.
BrainHQ by Posit Science is series of scientifically designed brain training exercises claimed to help you think faster, focus better, and remember more.
Limu is a multi-level marketing company that specializes in seaweed-based products that are claimed to improve health, boost energy, and help you lose weight.
Copper Fit ReviewsCopper Fit (formerly Copper Flex) is a brand of copper-infused elbow and knee compression sleeves that claims to reduce pain, decrease recovery time, and more.
An online resource that claims to help jobseekers find employment in their area, while also providing employers the opportunity to post open jobs.
The Black Tux Review
If you’re looking for inexpensive, high-quality tuxedo and suit rentals, The Black Tux claims to make the entire process as straightforward as possible.
Get my Insurance Reviews
Get My Insurance is an online company that claims to help you save money on auto insurance by putting you in touch with a variety of insurance carriers.
Perfect Origins Review
A new nutritional supplement manufacturer that claims to provide quality nutrition by using only perfectly blended all-natural ingredients.
TruBiotics is a daily probiotic supplement that claims to balance good bacteria levels in your gut, which can improve digestion and boost your immune system.
Ideal Protein Reviews
Ideal Protein is a company that claims to provide a scientific approach to weight loss using supplements and step-by-step process to help you eat smarter.
Butterfly Abs Review
Butterfly Abs does indeed look like a giant robot butterfly has landed on your tummy, but they say it will send an EMS pulse and make it washboard-firm.
Partner with Anthony Reviews
Partner with Anthony is an internet marketing system created by Anthony Morrison that claims to help you make money online in three simple steps.
20 Minute Body Review
A new fitness program from Brett Hoebel that claims to use interval workouts to help you lose fat and tone muscle in just 20 minutes per day, but does it really work?
Co-founded by actress Kate Hudson, Fabletics is a company that claims to provide women with high-quality, high-performance athletic wear at affordable prices.
InStyler Wet-2-Dry Review
A rotating hot iron styling tool that claims to reduce the amount of time necessary to curl, add volume, and shine your hair, but does it really work?
Sono Bello Review
A company that specializes in a variety of body contouring and liposuction services that are claimed to help you remove unwanted fat and to achieve your specific beauty goals.
Tony Frank: Been taking maxgenic for six weeks have not had very good result come pared to other ts boost products very dissatisfied even upped dosage still does not seem to do what is advertised.
George Whitbread: A big con and a real scam. Trim down club owners should be sentenced to prison for fraud and misrepresentation ,Apart from an e-mail address there is no mention of a postal address or the names of...
Jack: My son has clear tv. I've seen the product. If your a true tv watcher, this is not for you. Had low exceptions to begin with and was still disappointed. My son works all the time and is never...
Annie: I ordered dessert bullet through phone when I watched their program on tv but few days later, I phoned again to cancel the order because of financial constraints. The representative reassured me that...
insider: Truecar started off with the goal of truly helping consumers. Since they took a big backlash from the dealers, they sold out to the dealers by hiring the very same people who sought out to destroy...
According to a 2014 survey completed by AARP, online consumer fraud has jumped by nearly 60% over the past six years, and has cost Americans more than $525 million in losses. In fact, of the more than 14,000 individuals surveyed in the study, 65% reported having received an offer for a scam within the previous 12 months.
So what can you do to change this? In this article, we’ll explore some simple steps you can take this spring in order to make sure that your lawn is the greenest on the block—and to make sure it stays that way.
Despite some of the enthusiasm we saw last week, it appears that our participants’ motivation levels have dwindled a bit. Is this due to a decrease in commitment, or is it due to the program itself?
Now that our participants have completed half of their 10-week T25 Challenge, we thought it would be a good time to ask them about their overall impressions, and to gauge their satisfaction levels.
Criminals are turning their eyes toward other large companies, and using their good reputations against them—or as the case may be—against you. In fact, not even Google is safe. A new email phishing scam that involves Google Docs is running rampant.