Happens all the time. It's happened to dozens of Sparkers, and to people at every other similar site. That's why you can't trust advertisements; there's no way to know if the pictures really have anything to do with the "diet," and in fact they USUALLY are fake.
Anybody remember "Kimkins?" She took random pictures of random overweight women and paired them with "afters" that were actually from an Eastern European mail-order bride site. The before and after pictures were two different people!
And it's not an internet thing. They've done it in magazine ads for a hundred years or more.
Guess what? The "testimonials" aren't true, either. Anybody surprised?
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