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Old 09-28-2009, 12:19 PM   #1
 
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Default White teeth internet ads: did any of you bite?

There is currently a proliferation of these ads that show close-ups of people's teeth and say, "Don't spend the money on whiteners. Learn the trick discovered by a mom that costs $5." Something like that. Well, did anyone click? Care to share the secret? I am afraid of the spam and cookies but I am very curious!
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Old 09-28-2009, 01:05 PM   #2
 
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There is currently a proliferation of these ads that show close-ups of people's teeth and say, "Don't spend the money on whiteners. Learn the trick discovered by a mom that costs $5." Something like that. Well, did anyone click? Care to share the secret? I am afraid of the spam and cookies but I am very curious!

I did not click but it's probably something like baking soda or something.
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There is currently a proliferation of these ads that show close-ups of people's teeth and say, "Don't spend the money on whiteners. Learn the trick discovered by a mom that costs $5." Something like that. Well, did anyone click? Care to share the secret? I am afraid of the spam and cookies but I am very curious!

I think I did click one time. It's using 2 different whitening products that, of course, you've never heard of before, but which the site just happens to sell for $5, plus some ungodly shipping amount. It's just another scam.
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I know of someone on a different forum who "bit." If I recall correctly, she said you supposedly get to try it for a nominal charge, but then they charge your cc for the full deal without your approval and before the trial period is over.
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