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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?
No Sweat Socks Reviews
No Sweat Socks are “As Seen on TV” socks that claim to remain firmly in place without restricting circulation, while keeping your feet dry and comfortable.
Cyclone Rake Reviews
The Cyclone Rake is a tow-behind lawn and leaf vacuum that is claimed to help you clear your property of leaves and other debris with minimal time and effort.
Prevagen (apoaequorin) is a protein-based nutritional supplement derived from Aequorea jellyfish that is claimed to improve memory and support a healthy brain.
Callus Magic Review
Callus Magic is a new “As Seen on TV” product that claims to use fast-acting nano-sphere dermabrasion beads to gently and effectively remove calluses.
Dental Bright Reviews
Dental Bright is an “As Seen on TV” teeth whitening tool that claims to gently and effectively remove stains and to give you whiter, brighter teeth in minutes.
Side Sleeper Air Pro
Side Sleeper Pro Air is an “As Seen on TV” therapeutic pillow that claims to help you get a better night’s sleep and to wake up feeling refreshed each morning.
Pizza Perfector Review
The Pizza Perfector is an “As Seen on TV” kitchen countertop oven that claims to help you easily make a wide variety of foods that your family will love.
Window Vac Reviews
Window Vac is an “As Seen on TV” dual-stage cleaning tool that claims to help you clean your windows quickly and easily, without leaving streaks or spots.
NitroVit is a nootropic supplement that claims to improve memory, boost cognition, strengthen clarity and concentration, and improve mood and motivation.
Fit Tea Review
Fit Tea is a green tea-based supplement that is claimed to help you lose weight, increase energy, detoxify, suppress your appetite, and boost immune response.
Cellusyn Neuro-HD Review
Cellusyn Neuro-HD is a nootropic supplement that claims to provide a wide range of benefits, including enhanced brain health, improved clarity, and more.
Forskolin Extract Save Review
Forskolin Extract Save is a natural dietary supplement that is claimed to help you lose weight by breaking down fat cells and increasing lean muscle mass.
OptiMind is a new dietary supplement that claims to act as a nootropic, which can help improve your mental clarity, boost mental energy, and improve brainpower.
Flawless Youth Skin Care Review
Flawless Youth Skin Care is a new anti-aging serum that claims to have been created by doctors to smooth lines and wrinkles by relaxing facial muscles.
Clear Control Review
Clear Control is a pair of “As Seen on TV” eyeglasses that claims to allow you to individually adjust each lens, giving you the ability to see near and far.
Should You Keep Your Eye on the Dyson 360 Eye?
The Dyson 360 Eye is a yet-to-be-released robotic vacuum that uses eight infrared sensors and a 360-degree vision system to provide “high-performance” cleaning.
SmartRelief is a small, portable device created by the makers of IcyHot that claims to use TENS technology to provide relief from moderate to severe pain.
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?
Dan: I purchased the four bottle deal from adaptophen when it first hit the market and they were pushing the product really hard stating that it would be taken off the market soon due to its anabolic...
CJ: I stayed only a short time, due to the neglect, violating my civil rights not allowing me to call my family, or 911, they had all my credit cards so I couldn't go any where, wounded up in ER a...
C Thomas: Try to cancel the order because I have not received it. All I got was the recording that asks for a rating on how they were doing. A course they received the lowest rating from me possible. Bad...
Tony Lovern: The cooker in ad is not the one they send you. You can go to Wal-Mart and get one like the one they send you for half the price. It's a big rip off. Don't buy! You can just go to your local...
Nick Powers: Purchased hydro mousse and it does not work as advertised. The federal government should step in and have them remove this product and fine them out of business. What ever happen to the truth in...
Whatever is causing your back pain, you just want it to stop. In fact, if you’ve suffered from back pain long enough, you might wonder if you’ll ever find relief.
I’d like to let you in on a little secret—working from home is fantastic. But if you’re seriously thinking about transitioning into a home-based business, it can seem overwhelming at first.
Want to work from home? In this series of articles we’ll explore what work at home opportunities are, how you can get started, and how you can avoid scams.
From anti-aging products to tax season; from “As Seen on TV” to auto insurance, here’s your ultimate, bookmark-worthy guide on steering clear of scams.
Because of the wide-reaching impact of insurance fraud, we felt it would be a good idea to help you become a more informed consumer by arming you with the information you need to avoid falling victim.