Fraudulent Weight Loss Ads
When we are desperate to lose weight, we'll try anything - fad diets, weight loss supplements/drugs, or any weight loss product that takes our fancy. Trouble is, many so-called weight loss products are fraudulent.
FTC Weight Loss Ads Warning
According to the US Federal Trade Commision (FTC):
The FTC warns people wanting to reduce weight that the use of deceptive and misleading claims in weight-loss advertising is rampant. Nearly 40 percent of ads in a study by FTC regulators contained deceptive claims like "You can lose 18 pounds in one week."
So-Called "Secrets" Of Weight Reduction
Throughout the Internet, you'll find companies advertising products and programs offering "instant" fat loss. They claim to have discovered new ways of losing body fat - which no one else knows!! But ask yourself this question: if there really WAS a new easy way of reducing body fat, don't you think CNN and all the other TV and radio stations would be talking about it? Wouldn't this new diet be front page news in the New York Times? Typically, these claims of rapid fat reduction are inaccurate and often fraudulent.
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