Do fertility miracles exist?

Do fertility miracles exist?

10:09 18th September 2014 | Advertising Scam

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From About.com

Take this all-natural supplement and you’ll conceive this week! Read this book and you’ll have a pregnancy miracle! Check out this website for cheap fertility drugs – no prescription needed! Ever see ads like these? Whatever you do, as tempting as it is, don’t even look. You can almost be sure they are advertising a scam. At best, they are over marketing an average product or service. At worst, they may be fishing for personal information, selling a dangerous product, or attempting to steal your money – along with your hope. Read more at About.com http://infertility.about.com/od/alternativetreatments/fl/Conceivable-Miracle-or-Fertility-Fraud-How-to-Spot-a-Scam.htm?nl=1

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