With a product named ‘The Greatest Vitamin in the World,’ you would think Don Lapre might actually be legitimate. After all, it is the greatest vitamin in the world. Hell, Don Lapre claims this vitamin will cure diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, and even cancer! Surely, he’s on to something.
Don Lapre has found the cure to most of the world’s worst illnesses that are currently plaguing the Earth. Surprisingly, he’s been able to capture these cures into one tiny vitamin and now he needs your help distributing it! Because, you know, cures for cancer and diabetes have a hard time selling themselves. Never mind that. Just be grateful Don Lapre has decided to turn to you to help him sell the product!
For just $30, you’ll be given sales materials, your own website, and a guaranteed formula that will help you make millions from the comfort of your home while helping others cure cancer! What more could you ask for? All praise Don Lapre for not wanting to keep all of these profits to himself!
First things first, the FDA has declared Dan Lapre’s vitamin to be a complete hoax. All of the claims made on his website about the vitamin’s ability to cure diseases are fraudulent. Surely, you can’t be surprised. Unfortunately, this is nowhere near the biggest scam run by Don Lapre.
Oh no, Don Lapre’s biggest scam has got to be the millions of dollars he is receiving due to the hard work of the suckers he duped into selling this crap. The way it works is Don Lapre sets up “independent advertisers” (the work at home crowd) with websites and information on how to sell the vitamins to customers. Unfortunately, no one will visit your website. There are over 20,000 carbon copies out there already and yours will be no different. Low and behold, Don Lapre has the solution for you. It is a marketing package that will drive raging customers to your website. However, it’s going to cost you a few thousand dollars.
Okay, you bought the stupid website and you paid the jerk Lapre $1,500 to have customers come visit it. SURELY you will be making money now, right?
Lapre claims he will send you $1,000 for every 20 customers you get to buy his product. Considering the product retails for about $45, Lapre will be taking on huge losses due to his inability to do simple math. Regardless of his losses, Don Lapre simply will not pay those who make commissions. I have yet to read a single statement saying Don Lapre has handed out any commission.
Let’s review what happens when you spend $30 to enter Don Lapre’s program.
- You’ll receive information on how to sell a vitamin the doesn’t do anything
- You’ll setup a website that no one will ever visit
- You’ll have to pay a few thousand dollars to buy an “advertising package” that doesn’t work
- Don Lapre, himself, will reach into your pocket, pull out your wallet, and dump whatever money you have into a sack with a giant dollar symbol on the outside
I’ve had enough. Don Lapre and the Greatest Vitamin in the World are complete scams. Do not waste any time even thinking about giving this moron your money.
This review was sparked by I’ve Tried That reader Mike. He had the following to say:
The Greatest Vitamin In The World. Remember Don Lapre a scam artist from Arizona who continues to make money off of trusting people. I got duped trust me. What you get is your own web site to sell vitamins off of. Your job, just get people to go to the site and the site sells it self. If someone is interested enough to go you will get buyers. Common sense right. I never saw a penny but know I sold. I had more people check out my site then I thought possible. People who where interested and bought. After doing some research I found people with the same experiences. I also looked up Don Lapres record hes got plenty of lawsuits from this and other get rich quick schemes. Check it out for your self what a total waste of time.
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