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Free Trial Scam Alert - You Need Beware!

Free Trial Scams – Buyers and Affiliate Marketers Need Beware

Boy, there sure are a LOT of unscrupulous vendors out there on the internet and they seem to be the ones offering FREE TRIALS for their products. I got caught up in one such scam when ordering a free sample earlier this year. Pay shipping costs only, they promise you … yeah, right! Continue reading

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Say Bye-Bye to Constant Lower Back and Hip Pain

Having suffered a lower back injury at work back in 1999, I have now been struggling for relief from constant back pain for nearly twenty years. Some days, the pain has been so bad that I couldn’t even walk very far.

You may learn something from all that I’ve gone through, and am now saying bye-bye to constant lower back and hip pain. Continue reading

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10 Major Benefits of Sun Chlorella

Sun Chlorella is a freshwater alga native to Japan and Taiwan. It has a rich history as it was discovered after World War II. Continue reading

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Dangers of Using Charcoal Toothpaste

Having been fortunate enough to catch Dr. Oz at 2:00 pm the other day, I learned of a new tooth whitening method that according to Dr. Oz is becoming all the rage on the internet. Continue reading

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What’s really hip? Total Hip Replacement vs Stem Cell Injections

Too many winter motorists seem to think that I’m out there shoveling snow away from areas of my driveway that are close to the road, making me available for their personal sport of seeing just how close they can drive their vehicle toward the gutter so that their tires can splash the melted snow up all over me. Continue reading

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Neuro-Elite: Real or Scam?

During one of my sessions on Twitter, I noticed this big ad about a product similar to the NZT-48 (Modafinil) drug that has recently been focused on, in both the movie and TV series called Limitless. This drug was said to improve one’s memory … immensely so.

Now mind you, on the now cancelled Limitless TV series, they exaggerated the affects a LOT, by having Brian Finch’s abilities so improved as to enable him to help the FBI solve very complex cases rather quickly. He could read through a stack of files within minutes … AND, put all clues found together quickly! Continue reading

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How to Get Joint Pain Relief

Wasn’t all that long ago that I first learned of SierraSil Joint Formula14 from Erin Davis (soon to be former DJ for CHFI <sniffle, sniffle>). This stuff was said to work in less than 30 days (now said to be 14 days) or your money back, so, what did I have to lose by trying it; Nothing, of course.

And, this stuff gave me quick joint pain relief for several years!

However (… there’s always that however somewhere, huh …) earlier this year, I started having severe hip joint pain and found myself in for two visits with my GP (General Practitioner) within two months in hope of hip joint pain relief. Continue reading

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Best Financial Institution in Ontario – DUCA

Back several years ago now, I was a member of the Autoworkers Credit Union and as a member who had been there for over 10 years (and had borrowed money from them), I went looking for a new credit union back when they started to “nickel and dime” the membership for ever transaction we wanted to make. Continue reading

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Learning to Earn

Some of you have been asking me what I’ve been doing lately. Well, I’m about to share with you my story… starting with having received a cheque from Continue reading

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My New eReader – Samsung Galaxy E Tab

In August 2012, I purchased my first eReader (PRS-350 5” silver) from WalMart for a grand total of $111, and it has served me well since then. Looking around recently for a protective cover for my eReader (so I could carry it outside my home safely), to my surprise Continue reading