Today, I found links that go to the website tekrunch.com, selling fake products. The website also has a lot of broken links and claims the advertorials on it are not actual news article, blog, or consumer protection update. Then, why are they asking for credit card information when you click on the "Order Now" button?
Also, the Facebook comments on some of the articles are fakes. And, www.tekrunch.com appears to be a clone of Irish Tech News website - appirishtechnews.ie.
The Website www.tekrunch.com
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