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SexRx

Published on January 29th, 2014 by TINA

The FDA is advising consumers to stay away from “SexRx,” a sexual-enhancement supplement sold in some retail stores and on websites. According to the FDA: FDA laboratory analysis confirmed that SexRx contains sildenafil and tadalafil, the ... Read More


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Tiger King

Published on January 29th, 2014 by TINA

The FDA is advising consumers to stay away from “Tiger King,” a sexual-enhancement supplement sold in some retail stores and on websites. According to the FDA: FDA laboratory analysis confirmed that Tiger King contains sildenafil, the ... Read More


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JINQIANGBUDOR Red Dragon

Published on January 29th, 2014 by TINA

The FDA is advising consumers to stay away from “JINQIANGBUDOR Red Dragon,” a sexual-enhancement supplement sold in some retail stores and on websites. According to the FDA: FDA laboratory analysis confirmed that JINQIANGBUDOR Red Dragon contains ... Read More


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Magic Slim

Published on January 22nd, 2014 by TINA

FDA warns consumers about weight-loss product containing hidden drug ingredients. ... Read More


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Married but Lonely

Published on January 10th, 2014 by TINA

We got this email advertisement offering us the chance to “Sleep with Married Women,” and “meet a cheating wife.” An ad is an ad, and we’re not here to judge anything but whether an ad is ... Read More


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Shell Vacations Club

Published on January 3rd, 2014 by TINA

Shell Vacations Club is a timeshare vacation organization with property in 24 resorts in North America. But the group seems to leave customers disappointed after it fails to live up to its advertised promises. Shell Vacations ... Read More


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VitaMist Spray Vitamins

Published on January 2nd, 2014 by TINA

Vitamins you can spray into your mouth instead of swallowing? What could possibly be fishy about that? Lots, apparently. The FDA sent a warning letter in December to Mayor Laboratories, the makers of VitaMist Spray, warning ... Read More


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Your Mint.co.uk card services statement

Published on December 27th, 2013 by TINA

Remember, banks and companies will never ask you to confirm personal information over email. For example, a legitimate bank or credit card company wouldn’t send this email a reader forwarded us: From: Mint <yourcard@mint.co.uk> Date: December ... Read More


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70 Year Old Grandma Looks 40

Published on December 27th, 2013 by TINA

This ad for Lumanelle Luma skin cream should set off a couple of bad ad warning lights: This picture appears elsewhere on the Internet, the unsourced Dr. Oz quote, and the fake website linked in the ... Read More


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Hemp Garden Tea

Published on December 18th, 2013 by TINA

The FDA conducted an inspection of Green Planet Inc and found that Green Planet’s supplement Hemp Garden Tea was an unapproved drug being advertised in violation of FDA regulations. The FDA sent a warning letter to ... Read More


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Night Bullet Male Sexual Enhancer Capsules

Published on December 18th, 2013 by TINA

The FDA conducted an inspection of Green Planet Inc and found that Green Planet’s supplement Night Bullet Male Sexual Enhancer Capsules was an unapproved drug being advertised in violation of FDA regulations. The FDA sent a ... Read More


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Earn a Ph.D Degree Online

Published on December 12th, 2013 by TINA

Earn a PhD Degree Online, says this spam email. Where does the link in the email take you? (Don’t click on links in spam emails. We do it here at TINA.org so you don’t have to.) ... Read More


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Mesothelioma Info

Published on December 9th, 2013 by TINA

This e-mail claims to link to mesothelioma information, but in reality it does not provide any useful information at all. The site linked just contains a bunch of links that don’t appear to go anywhere, but ... Read More


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