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"One weird trick" (also styled as "one weird old tip" or "one weird old trick") and other variants are a form of clickbait advertising that has been common on the internet since around the late 2000s. The formula used in the advertisements was first applied to weight loss products but has since been extended to cures for problems including hair loss and diabetes. A Federal Trade Commission investigation found that many of the ads sold "trial" packages that were never sent. The Federal Trade Commission filed legal action in 2011 against the promoters of these adverts for defrauding millions of people.

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  • "One weird trick" (also styled as "one weird old tip" or "one weird old trick") and other variants are a form of clickbait advertising that has been common on the internet since around the late 2000s. The formula used in the advertisements was first applied to weight loss products but has since been extended to cures for problems including hair loss and diabetes. A Federal Trade Commission investigation found that many of the ads sold "trial" packages that were never sent. The Federal Trade Commission filed legal action in 2011 against the promoters of these adverts for defrauding millions of people.
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  • "One weird trick" (also styled as "one weird old tip" or "one weird old trick") and other variants are a form of clickbait advertising that has been common on the internet since around the late 2000s. The formula used in the advertisements was first applied to weight loss products but has since been extended to cures for problems including hair loss and diabetes. A Federal Trade Commission investigation found that many of the ads sold "trial" packages that were never sent. The Federal Trade Commission filed legal action in 2011 against the promoters of these adverts for defrauding millions of people.
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