Another Fraud Rick Simpson Cannabis Fake Cure Story
If you hang around the internet long enough, you’ll come across a heartfelt story about how cannabis oil has saved some poor schmuck’s kid or dad or wife from cancer. Sure, the testimonials are poorly written and a bit rough around the edges, but that actually is kind of weirdly reassuring. I mean, if it were some sleazy salesperson they’d really polish their pitch, wouldn’t they? This must be someone’s real experience, right? Maybe you should check that cannabis oil out…
But that’s just what they want you to think. When you read a passage about “life saving cannabis oil that cured my Dad’s thyroid cancer,” you should know that compellingly clumsy text has been copied and pasted verbatim under a dozen different names, leading to various websites, each trying to grab your commission.
Today I came across a new piece of cannabis oil spam comment text. It reads:
"My name is Jend and my father has been suffering from lung cancer and the doctor told us that there nothing he could do after doing 5 times chemotherapy and radiation and my father was not responding to treatment and not getting better.i was frustrated and confused and seeking advice from people until a friend told me about the Rick simpson cannabis oil and its fast curing ability of any kind of cancer and told me that her mother inlaw ovarian cancer was cured with the oil. I was desperate to save my father and contacted Rick simpson via [e-mail redacted] to get this miraculous oil. So far so good my father is responding to treatment of cannabis oil and the health condition have improved drastically for good."
The author of this text is Jend, right? Well, no. At another link it’s a fella named M. Phillip. At yet another, it’s Sander Willie, except with good ole Sander, why, it was the London Cancer Centre that saved the day with that internet cannabis oil. At another site, it’s IlluminatiChurch666 whose dear daddie was saved at the last minute by the same cannabis oil, but curiously available through a different e-mail address.
Get the picture? There is one purpose to this post. Just one: if there is anyone out there who has just enough curiosity to check up on this text and see where else it has been placed, I want them to find this message on page one, so they can read in big letters:
YOU ARE BEING SCAMMED. THESE ARE CUT-AND-PASTE SPAMMERS. THEY’LL TAKE YOUR MONEY SELL YOU CRAP AND IT WON’T WORK. THE STORY IS NOT TRUE.
Too many people are really hurting out there. They don’t deserve to be kicked in the gut by fraudsters like this.