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Beware of InteliGEN Pill Websites Which Scammers Claim are Endorsed by Stephen Hawking and featured on CNN and Forbes

Beware of InteliGEN Pill Websites Which Scammers Claim are Endorsed by Stephen Hawking and featured on CNN and Forbes

Online users, be aware of fake websites (see below) which claim that Stephen Hawking, an English theoretical physicist at the University of Cambridge, said the InteliGEN Pill will change humanity. The fake websites also make it appear as if the InteliGEN Pill was featured on CNN and Forbes, but this is just another trick used to convince online users into visiting fraudulent websites claiming to sell the pill, which steal personal and credit card information.

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One of the Fraudulent InteliGEN Pill Websites

Fraudulent InteliGEN Pill Website

Stephen Hawking Predicts, "This Pill Will Change Humanity"

Special editorial by Jon Stewart from Forbes.

Recently Hawking made some comments in an interview with Anderson Cooper about a brain booster that would become the biggest event in human history. Stephen Hawking credits his ability to function and maintained focused on such a high level to a certain set of "smart drugs" that enhance cognitive brain function and neural connectivity, while strengthening the prefrontal cortex and boosting memory and recall.

Online users who have already attempted to make purchases on the fraudulent websites are asked to let their banks know that they have unknowingly used their credit cards on a fraudulent website.

While there are some so-called legitimate websites selling InteliGEN, we want to let you know that we could not find any proof that the supposedly brain supplement, InteliGEN, enhances brain function, or is even safe to use. We could not find any patents registered in the United States for a product called InteliGEN, which suppose to boost brain performance. And, while the InteliGEN website claims the supplement is "clinically proven," we couldn't locate any evidence of clinical trials or testing on the product.

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