Posted on May 23rd, 2007 by Richard Catto 19,606 views
Glomail has been advertising (via TV infomercials) a bogus memory enhancement program called Mega Memory.
They have withdrawn the infomercial following a complaint to the ASA (Advertising Standards Authority), but they are still selling this bogus product in their stores.
Way back in 1998 already, Kevin Trudeau paid $500 000 to the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for making false claims about various products, including Mega Memory.
In 2004, Trudeau paid another fine, this time of $2 million to the FTC for making false claims about a cancer cure.
Prior to this, in the early 90s, Trudeau was jailed for almost 2 years for fraud.
Despite all this, Glomail chose to broadcast his infomercial in South Africa, and in fact still sells his Mega Memory product in their stores for R699.
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