Last updated on January 24th, 2020 at 10:55 am
Diabetes Loophole by ‘Reed Wilson’ is a brand new scam you should stay away from. The people behind this highly deceptive scam are the same guys behind known scams Pure Natural Healing, Hard on Demand and NutriO2 so don’t believe anything you saw or heard about this product!
Created in August 2016 (but just launched last week), Diabetes Loophole claims to be the ‘simple system’ that cures the root cause of Type 2 Diabetes. The root cause, according to Wilson, is chronic inflammation caused by cytokines. For those that do not know, cytokines are the chemical substances released by the body’s immune system to fight disease and other foreign bodies entering our cells. Their activity usually causes inflammation, which subsides once the offending disease/foreign body is neutralized.
Now it is no secret that inflammation is the main reason why the body can’t recognize and use insulin. In fact, Wilson quotes several studies confirming the role of inflammation in Type 2 Diabetes, but he says those studies were causing a lot of confusion. That’s why he created Diabetes Loophole, which is basically a book that ‘condenses’ those diabetes studies into a ‘simple, uncomplicated, program that laser targets the Achilles’ heel of diabetes – inflammation.’
That said, Diabetes Loophole is a scam! Here is why:
1. ‘Reed Wilson’ Does NOT Exist!
Reed Wilson calls himself ‘an alternative health researcher.’ Other than that, he never tells us how he qualified to become a researcher.
If you really want to know who the real author of this product is, then head over to the affiliate page of Diabetes Loophole. There you’ll see the CEO of Success Vantage Group – the company behind this scam – explaining that the program was written by ‘a former Agora copywriter.’ He said the same thing over at Hard on Demand, a scam product targeting people with erectile dysfunction.
2. Fake Testimonials with Stolen Photos, Stock Photos
All the testimonials used on Diabetes Loophole are made using stolen and stock photos. The scammer did a good job by using untraceable photos in most of the fake testimonials, but I still got enough evidence to prove my point:
- ‘Eve’, the first ‘hero’ of Diabetes Loophole, is actually a free stock photo you can download at Freepik.com;
- ‘Sydney’ is actually a stock photo stolen from the Flickr page of Sydney Missionary and Bible College (SMBC);
- ‘Duane’ is actually a photo stolen from Flickr;
- ‘Suzanne’ is actually a photo stolen from the Flickr page of the U.S Army;
- ‘Doug’ is a photo stolen from Flickr.
3. Multiple Pop-ups with Pressure Tactic, Spam
Just like in Pure Natural Healing, Diabetes Loophole is full of pop-ups preventing you from leaving. First, you are forced to read the text version if you do not have the patience to watch their long video. Try again to leave, and another pop up springs out. Then you are shown a ‘only 3 packages left’ countdown timer offering you a $20 discount on a $37 product.
Try again to leave, and another pop-up springs out. Then you are shown a page urging you to enter your email to receive a report on how Big Pharma has conspired to ‘kill you’ with 3 diabetes drugs. That’s a lie. Actually, they want your email so that they’ll flood your inbox with spam messages urging you to try one product after another.
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Diabetes Loophole. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: DiabetesLoophole.com
If you’ve made the mistake of buying this product, I recommend that you immediately contact Clickbank directly for a refund. Don’t bother contacting Diabetes Loophole support because you’ll never get your money back that way. Clickbank is your best option. Use this guide to get your refund.
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