These scams are getting less imaginative. The latest is for a skin care product called “Revivagenics”. If you look at this one it might look familiar. It uses the exact same phrases as previous scam skincare products, and even uses before & after pictures that I have seen before advertising other products. By “before & after”, I mean before & after photoshop of course.
Scams eventually become unoriginal enough and well enough known to become ineffective. How many people out there, for example, are not aware of the “nigerian scam”. Lets hope that this desperate try to recycle an old con trick fails too.