|FAKE AD ON FACEBOOK!|
THIS AD is really bothering me and I will tell you why. Since 3 days I see on Facebook a SPONSORED AD that Melissa Mccarthy lost 75 lbs and revealing the secret to it. After clicking on the article though, I quickly discovered HOW MUCH OF A SCAM this Facebook article is. From the beginning to the end: this whole thing is a fabricated ad by "True Garcinia Cambogia". It bothers me so much, because when I read the exited comments on Facebook, people actually are falling for this ridiculous ad and are buying these pills!
Let me proof to you that this whole article is nonsense:
1. Remember: this is a "SPONSORED AD" marked as such by Facebook itself. What it means is that the creator of the article pays Facebook money to get into your news-feed!
2. The people that post the sponsored ad are all FAKE FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS. You see this very fast if you click on people like "Daily Entries by Alex", "Blog Of Madison", "Blogs by Kate". Click on them and you will see: they all have recently opened up Facebook accounts, pretend to be a blogger (with no blog url whatsoever) and posted maybe 5 posts since July- usually something from the news and then this fake article.
3. Digging deeper: open up the article and you will think that this is an official post by TMZ. BUT: IT IS ABSOLUTELY NOT FROM TMZ! Check the url! It might read something like this: http://tmz-archive.com-21.co/m2/ OR www.worldhealthlife.com This is absolutely not the archive of tmz. This is a FAKE SITE that pretends to be TMZ. I will also inform TMZ about this.
4. The BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTO! OMG! Pretty sure the right photo of Melissa is many years old.
While She really lost weight, the real before and after looks like that:
5. Even the comments below the article are ALL FAKE COMMENTS! In the comments people are claiming, how awesome Garcinia Cambogia worked for them and how much weight they lost. Only problem: you can´t add a comment! These comments are fabricated!
ALL FAKE TO MAKE YOU BUY THE PILLS! Try to add your comment and all what will happen is that you get to the page to buy the pills!
6. The cancellation of the show "Mike and Molly" has absolutely nothing to do with Melissa losing weight! Read the real reason here.
7. Melissa McCarthy really lost weight in the beginning of the year and she explains in this video, that there is absolutely no trick to it (AND NO GARCINIA CAMBOGIA IS INVOLVED EITHER!)
8. I tried Garcinia Cambogia personally and they do NOTHING!
9. Ironically Dr. Oz got sued in the beginning of the year because he claimed in his show that Garcinia Cambogia helps you to lose weight (my bet is that he got paid to do so). I guess now Garcinia Cambogia needed a new scam to sell the pills.
FINAL WORDS:ALWAYS QUESTION ANYTHING YOU SEE ON THE INTERNET- ESPECIALLY IF IT IS ON FACEBOOK. DON´T FALL FOR THIS SCAM! IF A COMPANY NEEDS TO FABRICATE FAKE NEWS TO SELL THEIR PRODUCT: HOW TRUSTWORTHY CAN THE PRODUCT BE?
UPDATE (Nov `16): THIS GETS ACTUALLY WORSE! I got word that this is not a trial offer. The company (True Garcinia Cambogia) keeps charging your credit card monthly fees of $150. It is all a scam, from the article, to the product and on top of it is is credit card fraud! These people have no morals! Be careful!