Friday, January 27, 2012

Acai Berry Diet Pills To Fade From Online Ads - What Ad bothers you the most?

Acai Berry Diet Pills To Fade From Online Ads
Those pesky online ads pretending to be “news” about acai berry diet pills will soon be gone. The Federal Trade Commission says it has reached settlements with six online marketers accused of using fake news sites to lure customers into buying acai berry products to help with weight loss. The ads promise you’ll drop weight quickly – in some cases as much as 25 pounds in four weeks without changing your diet or exercising. The FTC says it is a scam. And it accuses marketers of setting up websites that look similar to those of legit news organizations. After the FTC went to court in April, all six companies took down sites pushing the pills. There are four other similar cases pending.