My oh my…
It happened again!
Did you get them copy and paste emails from your favorite fitness ex-spurts last week?
I know *at least* three of them sent the same fake, hypey, copy-and-paste email… because I get updates from them too!
(I get a kick out of their gimmicks.)
Now here’s the obvious part:
They didn’t write that e-mail themselves.
Someone gave it to them, and they copied and pasted it right to your inbox.
Doesn’t that insult your intelligence?
Now, if they’re faking their emails, what does that tell you about their integrity?
And the quality of their product?
MAYBE they’re good trainers, but getting their spam I can’t help but think maybe they’re just full of ****.
If you’re tired of their crap, sign up here for real, tested, trustable advice on getting six pack abs:
Or if you prefer, you can keep getting your info from those fake experts who send you fakes emails.
Up to you bud. If that’s your thing, I don’t care.
Fake in style,
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