This blogger evidently thinks he/she is clever. In truth, he or she is a scammer. The name of the article is “Some Insiders Guide To Migraine Headaches.” The name of the blog is “Planet of Medical Innovations.” Here’s the first paragraph of the blog entry:
“It used to be that choosing toothpaste was a simple matter of going to your local market and picking between two or three popular brands. You may have had a choice of brands and varying flavors, but all in all, the toothpaste was made the same. It was to clean your teeth and to fight off tooth decay. However, these days, it is much different. One trip down the toothpaste isle will tell you that you have many choices in the toothpaste world. There are all sorts of brands, flavors, scents and colors. Some fight gum disease, some makes your teeth whiter and some claim to do it all.”
At first, I thought someone had just put the wrong title on their entry. Then I followed the “migraine pain relief” link at the bottom of the entry. Aha! Lo and behold, the link is an affiliate to an illegal online pharmacy. Why is the pharmacy illegal? Because they’re selling prescription medications without a prescription from your doctor.
They DO ask a few questions about your health on their order form. They may have a doctor who writes prescriptions based on those questions. Don’t be fooled. That is illegal. There are doctors in prison right now for writing prescriptions for such online pharmacy sites.
So, here’s another category of Migraine lies — totally bogus blog entries with the goal of luring you to an illegal online pharmacy. Beware!