Weigh Loss Frauds – Were You a Victim?

fraud-alertHere, at the link below, is one of my most popular articles on The Huffington Post in the last year, about four huge weight loss frauds caught and stopped by the FTC.

They are just a sample of the rogues gallery of conmen scheming to pick your pocket. Worse than stealing from you, they keep you from using the real solution to your weight problem while sending you on a goose chase that will leave you feeling hopeless. Instead, we need to learn how to change using my methods.

4 Top Weight Loss Scams of the Year (So Far)

Or cut and paste this address: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/william-anderson-ma-lmhc/weight-loss-scams_b_4590533.html

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4 Responses to Weigh Loss Frauds – Were You a Victim?

  1. I see you don’t monetize your site, i’v got idea how to earn some extra cash using one simple method,
    just search in google for: money making ideas by Loocijano

    • This site is committed to clinical goals, and advertising other things conflicts with that. But thanks for the interest. I am willing to endorse products that are truly helpful to clients, but only in clinically appropriate ways.

  2. Wondering if you have heard of Nutrimost which seems to be popping up all over the country…there are several chiropractors in my area touting it…

    • No, I had not heard of that before. I Googled it and it sounds like the garden variety scam, buy their stuff and eat 500 calories a day. Nothing new there except the name, the ads and the victims.

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