Apollo brain booster buyer beware

Here’s the “official site”

https://www.neuro-news.online/b/brain-health/apollo/c/ben-carson/

And here’s the reality

https://www.truthinadvertising.org/apollo-mental-clarity/

For those who see this add regarding a smart pill to help with mental clarity, don’t buy into the hype. For the cliff notes of the article:

The author is fake

Most quotes are taken out of context

There’s an additional $100+ charge before receiving your free bottle

The main ingredients are fish oil and Vitamin B12; something you can get elsewhere for less than $20.

This is a buyer’s beware because the add (as well as others) keep popping up depending on your search history. If you’re a gamer, buying medications, and/or playing various flash games onlin, be prepared to see this pop up.

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