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Is "Teeth Whitening 4You" a Scam? What Do I Do?

karenka250
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Is "Teeth Whitening 4You" a Scam? What Do I Do?

I was really shocked today! I saw Dr. Oz show and "Teeth Whitening 4You" was claimed to be a scam. That's exactly product I started to promoted from ClickBank: http://www.teethwhitening4you.com. I even set up a blog: http://oralhealthandhygiene.blogspot.com. But I don't wanna start from the wrong leg. What I supposed to do? Immediately stopped promoted and how can I know, is it scam or just Dr. Oz commercial?
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reeceybaird
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You could actually try the product out yourself with before and after pictures. If it works then you have proof and even more reason to promote?
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reeceybaird wrote:You could actually try the product out yourself with before and after pictures. If it works then you have proof and even more reason to promote?


This is a good suggestion. You can try the product out and confirm if it is indeed a scam. You can request the merchant for a sample of the product for review, or maybe an affiliate discount that allows you to purchase the product at a discounted price so you can review it.

Competing products tend to create negative publicity for their competitors and the commercial you saw may be an example of that so it's best to check out other sources, or try the product yourself, to know the real deal.

If it is indeed a scam, then let ClickBank know and then stop promoting the product. You can always promote another product in in its place.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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karenka250
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Thanks Cecille,
Yeah, it's good to try product for yourself, but I possibly can't try to every product, that i choose to promote to try out for myself. Can be other way to recognize scam from the beginning.
Thanks again
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If it's on a reputable network then you're halfway reassured that it's not a scam so if this product is still in ClickBank's Marketplace, then it probably isn't. You can take your research a step further and look for reviews or comments on the product you want to promote. See what people are saying about it and weigh the positives agains the negatives.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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