From Scams Exposed
Site type: Fake News
Product being advertised: Alpha Force Testo
Bait used: Advert (Google Adsense).
Ad text: "Aquamans One-Two Knockout: This one-two combo got him ready to become Aquaman"
Pretends to be: ESPN.
"Story": Site claims that Jason Momoa, who is playing Aquaman in an upcoming movie, was given Alpha Force Testo by his trainer, Mark Twight. It says that "Aquaman is the most known, indestructible Superhero" (sic), which is a blatant lie. (It's like saying that the "Heart" kid from Captain Planet could defeat the Internet meme version of Chuck Norris.) It then goes on to say that Alpha Force has been "clinically proven to make athletes 145% stronger on average and triples stamina, making it unfair to players who don't use it" and that it "(doesn't) have to be used in conjunction with a gym... users experience massive muscle growth and fat loss without lifting a single weight" (citation needed), before going on about how awesome Alpha Force is. Ryan Hasman, the fake reporter, then tests Alpha Force. He allegedly lost 19 pounds of stomach fat and gained 16 pounds of pure muscle in one month.
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Note: This fake news story was mostly copy-pasted from Revolution Break.
Note 2: This fake news story eerily resembles this Acai Berry scam ad from 2010.