The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has just announced that it is mailing thousands of refund checks to the victims of a scam perpetrated by two affiliated companies and the six people involved in a scam that sold a worthless memory improvement supplement called CogniPrin. For more information about this refund program, click on the FTC Scam Refunds tab at the top of the first page of There is no charge to receive your refund check or provide personal information to obtain your check. Anyone asking for such payment or information is just another scammer.
Check with your physician before embarking on any medical treatment.  As for supplements, you cannot trust any advertisement for a supplement that promises to reverse memory loss of improve your memory.  It is also important to remember that even if you see an advertisement for such products on legitimate media, such as newspapers, radio, television, magazines or the Internet, you cannot be confident that the medicine being advertised is legitimate.  Media companies do not investigate the efficacy of the products sold through their advertisements.
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