18.11.2012 [Sun-Sentinel] - Clinics began to reappear after KevinTrudeau, a non-physician sued successfully by the FTC for making false claims in his infomercials, promoted the diet in a 2007 book "The Weight Loss Cure 'They' Don't Want You to Know About." Unlike celebrity users
14.11.2012 [The Independent Weekly] - Trotman mentions tapes of KevinTrudeau's fraudulent MegaMemory program, meaning it can be an absurd collection. But it can be strangely poignant, too. "There's this sense of kind of haunted audio or haunted media," Trotman says. "If you pop in a
13.11.2012 [ABC15.com (KNXV-TV)] - KevinTrudeau, Global Information Network: Investigation into secret club promoted by TV pitchman. Video; Photo. KevinTrudeau GIN Nashville. KevinTrudeau speaks to members of the Global Information Network during an October event in Nashville.
31.10.2012 [ConsumerAffairs] - On October 26, 2010, ConsumerAffairs.com published an article entitled “KevinTrudeau Loses Appeal of $54 Million Judgment.” The article inaccurately reported that a federal appeals court presiding over a lawsuit entitled Federal Trade Commission v.
28.10.2012 [The Albany Herald] - In 2007, a book by KevinTrudeau was released touting the benefits of HCG. That same year, the FTC charged Trudeau with fraud and filed suit against him for misrepresenting the contents of his book. Studies have been conducted by many credible medical