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What a SCAM Nootropic looks like…

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#1 jroseland

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Posted 06 May 2021 - 08:17 AM


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This is a great example of what a likely illegitimate product looks like...

  • Contains the two red-flag ingredients of scam Nootropics; DMAE and Huperzine.
  • A simple yet functional e-commerce website.
  • Only a single photo on the entire website.
  • No 3rd party credibility on the website.
  • No case studies.
  • No real people on the website behind the product.
  • +1500 likes on Facebook but zero customer community online.

This content in addition to the various forum posts throwing this product under the bus has essentially put "Profiderall Labs" out of business. Hopefully, this will serve as an example to other scammy product marketers; don't enter the Nootropics industry unless you have a really credible product that you are prepared to personally stand behind.

 

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