Hair Loss Spam

Hair Loss Scams

Some hair loss scams use deceptive advertising and illegal spam to promote their products. How can you tell the legitimate business from a scam? Here is an example of a spam email we received that was promoting a scam. If you receive the following email you can be sure it is a scam. This spam was sent from Our comments are in parenthesis.

Example of Hair Loss Spam

Dear Friend, (When some you don’t know calls you friend, it is likely that they are trying to sell you something.)

If you would like to stop your hair loss and regrow most if not all of your lost hair, then this is without question the most important letter you’ll ever read. (It is important to the scammer)

Grow hair all over your head. (Be aware of exaggerated claims. Do you really want to grow hair on your nose, lips, and cheeks?) Fill in bald spots, thinning hair, and receding hairlines.

HERE’S WHY! Most hair loss is NOT genetic. The reason most of you reading this are losing hair is because your hair follicles are trapped and blocked off from vital blood supplies that are needed to nourish their development. Your hair is literally being starved to death.

Solve that and most, if not all, of your lost hair will come back. By addressing and eliminating the causes, NOT the symptoms of hair loss —You can expect your hair to come back for you. SIMPLE!

The great part that most people love about the program is that you can do it while you watch TV or do other activities. You won’t even need to work around a schedule to fit this stuff in. Just do it every now and then throughout the day during commercials or whatever and you’d got your 15 minutes in by the end of the day.

Don’t Put Off This Decision- You May Regret it for the Rest of Your Life

This information is priceless. (to the scammer)

You’ll start to feel a difference in your scalp within days. You’ll start to notice fuzz growing in 3-4 weeks. Within 7 weeks you’ll easily see new hairs growing in your bald and receding areas.

Click here to find out more:

(Notice that your email address is in the link. By clicking that link you are telling the spammer that they have a legitimate email address so that they can send more spam.)

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