The Cannabis Oil Fraud Machine Grinds On
Yesterday morning, one “Stacy Alexa” posted a comment to Irregular Times regarding a supposedly “miraculous” cure for cancer achieved by hemp oil, also known as cannabis oil. Is her claim accurate? Read for yourself, but then be sure to read what follows below her comment:
“My husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer that spread from his brain into the lungs and liver. he became so ill that it tired him out to do the smallest task; to walk across a room would take great effort and all his breath away. I was unable to bear his situation anymore and i begin to ask questions about cancer in my neighborhood and work place, above all i was praying that God should send healing to my husband and take the sorrow away from my family, one faithful evening my neighbor who recently moved to the neighborhood came to me that she heard that i have been asking question about cancer and told me about Jenny Kim hemp oil and how it cured her 9 years breast cancer. She gave me his email ([SPAM redacted]). It was a great joy that day and he’s my husband life saving angel, i ordered the oil and i received it that week and followed his instructions and gave my husband the hemp oil. To God be the glory my husband is totally cancer free and he is healthy and strong now, after which he reported that he could breath well, was not experiencing any pains and felt the good cells in his body. four days later our family doctor, Benson, reported there were no signs of him having any trouble breathing or problems with physical tasks and cancer; Thank you lord, my husband is much alive with the help of God’s servant Jenny. my husband is now able to breathe fully and deeply. His doctor reportedly says his liver is cancer free. That he does not seems to have a small amount of cancer in his liver and lungs again. The doctor is amazed at the effectiveness of the hemp oil. my husband and I believe the major changes in his body. Of course we do not deny the important role of dieting . my husband story is an ideal example of how hemp oil healing miracles often have in the body.) We Thank Jenny Kim for his miraculous hemp oil treatment. contact her with ([SPAMMER EMAIL REDACTED])”
Wow. Doesn’t that sound special? Doesn’t it just open your mind a teensy bit about the possibilities of hemp oil?
If you search for the above phrases, you can find EXACTLY the same text written by:
- “Chloe Whitney”
- “Joy Moor”
- “Staw Alex”
If you search for the above text written by people with the above names, you’ll get real avatar profile images. Doesn’t that indicate that someone real is writing it? Hardly. One of the avatar images is stolen from Australian author Chloe Hooper; another is a ripped-off stock photo entitled “Happy Attractive Adult Couple Portrait in the Park.”
Let’s cut to the chase: this “miraculous” cannabis oil pitch is a scam. If you or someone you love is sick with cancer, you’re being used and manipulated by heartless marketers who pretend to have a real, true legitimate story. These people are preying on your desperation, and they’re selling canned text to one another in a machine-like operation. You don’t have to subscribe to any particular political party or ideology to know that this kind of behavior is sick and wrong.
Don’t let the cannabis oil fraud machine grind on. Spread the word: these hucksters are nothing but dirty fakes.