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Is NoNo Pro Worth the Investment?
The no!no! is a handheld personal hair removal device that promises to zap away unwanted follicles, from peach fuzz to dense growth, on every skin type and tone.
Ebola 911 Book Reviews
Ebola 911 is an “As Seen on TV” book that claims to provide you with everything you need to know in order to keep you and your loved ones out of harm’s way.
BeActive Brace Reviews
BeActive brace promises to alleviate sciatica pain in the lower back by putting pressure on a point just below your knee, but does it really help?
Total Cleanse Plus Reviews
Total Cleanse Plus is a nutritional supplement that claims to use all-natural ingredients to detoxify your body, improve digestion, and help you lose weight.
Trim 250 Forskolin Review
Trim 250 Forskolin claims to be an all-natural weight loss supplement that can increase the production of cyclic AMP (cAMP) to help boost your metabolism.
Alleure Anti-Aging Crème Review
Alleure Anti-Aging Crème is a relatively new anti-aging formula that claims to contain natural ingredients to help optimize the look and health of your skin.
Dinovite is an all-natural supplement for dogs and cats that claims to feature essential vitamins and nutrients to improve your pet’s skin and overall health.
SmartSilk Pillow Review
The premium SmartSilk Pillow is made of high-grade silk and soft cotton that’s claimed to naturally wick moisture and provide a cool sleeping surface all night long.
Garcinia Cambogia Sensation Review
Garcinia Cambogia Sensation is a weight loss supplement that claims to help prevent fat from forming inside your body and to suppress your appetite.
New Age Massager Reviews
The New Age Massager is a TENS device that is claimed to block pain signals and stimulate endorphins to provide relief from painful muscles and joints.
Lava Thaw Reviews
Lava Thaw is an “As Seen on TV” kitchen device that’s claimed to naturally defrost meat in minutes, without the use of chemicals or any type of electronics.
One Stop Shine Auto Reviews
One Stop Shine Auto is a spray-on auto cleaning solution that claims to clean and protect any part of your vehicle with just one wipe, from roof to rims.
NutriBullet Rx Reviews
The NutriBullet Rx claims to feature Smart Technology that provides hands-free blending and SouperBlast mode, which can make hot beverages in just 7 minutes.
truBrain’s Think Drinks” and pill-based nootropic supplements are claimed to improve cognition and productivity more effectively than caffeine or energy drinks.
The NuvaRing (etonogestrel/ethinyl estradiol) vaginal contraceptive ring claims to be 98% effective, while being more convenient than birth control pills.
Brainly is an online collaborative learning community that claims to “crowd source” knowledge and to help students find answers to their homework problems.
Spartagen XT Review
Spartagen XT is an herbal-based nutritional supplement that claims to increase free testosterone levels within your body, while also boosting libido and more.
Saba Trim Pro Reviews
Saba Trim Pro is a weight loss supplement that claims to use Advantra Z, Bioperine, and other botanicals to help provide “advanced weight management.”
Robo VacMop Review
The Robo VacMop by Moneual Inc. claims to methodically sweep and mop hard surfaces and carpeting until they’re spotless, providing you with an effortless clean.
Evo Brain Pill Reviews
Evo Brain Pills is a new brain health supplement that claims to use potentiated bee pollen along with numerous other ingredients to boost your brain power.
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?
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In Part III of our work at home series, we’ll explore the basics of work at home scams, as well as how you can identify them and avoid falling victim.
There’s no doubt that Ebola is a scary topic. But did you know that unscrupulous companies will use this fear to scam you out of your hard-earned money?
When I tell people that the secret to not stressing out over Christmas finances is budgeting, they immediately get a little scared, defensive, just plain weird, or a combination of all three.
Most of us can’t wait to get our hands on the new iPhone 6. But before you make your decision, keep in mind it will cost you much more than the advertised $199.
Most weight loss advertisements have been finely tuned based on decades of trial and error to convince you to buy their products. They know what you want to hear, and how you want to hear it.