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Radio Ads bystrictin

Published on June 13th, 2013

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Bystrictin

Whenever someone tells you that you can lose weight without really trying, put on your skeptical pants.

From SiriusXM Patriot Radio:

Transcription:

Yeah! I know, I know—can you believe it? Ok, well we need to get this thing started. My name is Alan Smith, and you probably heard my amazing story on how I lost 51 pounds and six inches without even really trying. Well, I’m the creator of the Bystrictin Weight Control System. No, this is not another diet pill or anything you’ve ever tried before. Bystrictin is an all-natural alternative to gastric bypass surgery. Just drink our liquid complex, and it’s going to expand in your stomach to over 50 times its size, forcing you to eat 70% less food without surgery or ever feeling hungry. In fact, you literally can’t eat for 5-6 hours, so you can lose weight from day 1 safely and naturally. And if you call in the next 15 minutes, I’m going to let you try Bystrictin completely risk-free. So you either lose weight, or you don’t pay a dime. But this is a special limited offer, so you’ve got to call now. 1 (800) 481-9794. … These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease.

For more on this supplement, check out Supplement Geek’s review.

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2 Responses to Bystrictin

  1. Ray W. says:

    Glucomannan is available at any health food store or online for a lot less than Bystrictin. However, having said that, I wouldn’t buy that stuff based on that irritating ad on radio…”I know, I know…can you believe it” Like he’s finishing a conversation and starting another. Dumbest thing I have EVER heard!

    • Kevin B. says:

      Ray, I totally agree. When I hear ads like this, I wonder why a business thinks it’s a good idea to introduce themselves to me by first trying to deceive me. When an ad starts off like that one does, is there anyone out there that can’t see through it? Why would you try to start a relationship with a consumer by first trying to deceive them? I don’t even listen to the rest of the ad, because I am so put off by the way he starts out.

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