"Mark and Dave Williams GenBrain Pill" Scams Created by Online Scammers

Online users do not visit or purchase from websites/online stores that claim to sell "Mark and Dave Williams GenBrain Pill," a so-called brain or memory booster pill created by so-called Mark and Dave Williams from Shark Tank. This is because the websites are fakes created by online scammers, and the so-called Mark and Dave Williams featured on the fake websites are actually Drs. Albert (left) and Richard Amini, who have nothing to with the product. The Amini brothers’ pitched a mobile health app called Rolodoc on Shark Tank, which they claim is a secure social media platform that allows physicians to upload and display their medical records. But, according to Mark Cuban, it was the worst Shark Tank pitch ever. The brothers didn't receive the $US50,000 investment they wanted to start their company.

Mark and Dave Williams GenBrain Pill Scams Created by Online Scammers

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(Wednesday, April 3, 2019) - It was the most watched episode in Shark Tank history when brothers Mark and Dave Williams won over the Shark Tank panel. Never before had the judging panel unanimously decided to each invest over a million dollars into a potential company. After buying a staggering 25% share in the brothers company, the Shark Tank panel have personally mentored the pair, helping them undergo re-branding and re-packing of their miracle product.

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Men, women, teenagers, and children are now all taking it to improve their brain functions by unlocking parts of their brain previously never used to become smarter and 10x more focused.



The Facebook comments on the websites are fakes. The fake comments have been placed on the website to convince potential victims into purchasing the fake weight loss product. And, do not be fooled by the claims that the product was seen by The New York Times, TODAY, StyleWatch and Redbook, this is not true. It is just another trick to convince potential victims into falling for the scam. The scammers may also claim the product is loved by celebrities, but again, this is a lie used to convince potential victims into purchasing the fake product.

Online users, remember, using your credit card on fraudulent websites will allow online scammers to continuously charge it without your consent. Therefore, online users who have been tricked by the scam are asked to contact their banks and have the transactions canceled and their money refunded. They may need to have the bank block further fraudulent transactions or cancel the current credit card and get a new one.

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  • August 15, 2020 at 1:53 PM by an anonymous user from: Eugene, Oregon, United States

    I am always suspicious of 'Trial Offers' which claim that unless you cancel you will be sent the product monthly at a ridiculous price. I do not give my credit or debit cards. But, I was curious enough about it to want to try it. I purchased a Visa gift card with just $10.00 on it and used that. They'll be unable to charge me for additional shipments. I have done this for other offers like this in the past and it worked. I never heard from them again.

  • February 3, 2020 at 8:07 AM by an anonymous user from: Paris, Ile-de-France, France


    I have unfortunately ordered too...

    Can someone help please to know how I should proceed (I already called my bank) to receive a refund and also to alert this scam on other sites! Where can we post to really say it is a scam to also protect other people?

    This is absolutely a shock!


    • February 3, 2020 at 8:31 AM by info

      You have already done the necessary things. What you can do to help inform others is to share this article on social media and on other websites.

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  • May 6, 2019 at 9:09 PM by info

    stormzone.icu is another website being used by the scammers.

  • May 5, 2019 at 6:54 AM by info

    If you see titles like these, someone is attempting to scam you:

    "Shark Tank Success Story: This tiny pill changes everything. Now you can tap 100% of your Brain Power."

    "Bill Gates New Product Makes You An Instant Genius"

    "Students are celebrating this brain substitute that raises grades"

  • May 5, 2019 at 6:52 AM by info

    The scammers are using this website: pleasenap.icu and is calling it genbrai.

  • April 29, 2019 at 11:04 AM by an anonymous user from: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

    I have a question, unfortunately I ordered the product just a short while ago and when I got the message to enter the correct credit card details, while correct details were added, I didn't proceed further. However, the details were given, unfortunately, now reading your information I like you to help me.

    If you know this is a scam and those people scamed money from credit cards, maybe you know under which name the amount is going to show on the credit card statement.

    It will be a great help if you can let me have that name, so I can notify my bank


    Thank you


    • April 29, 2019 at 1:51 PM by info

      These scammers use multiple names and accounts so it is hard to tell. But, what you can do is to watch your credit card statements and report any fraudulent transaction to your bank.

  • April 10, 2019 at 10:15 AM by info

    bouncecylinder.icu is another website they are using.

  • April 9, 2019 at 11:44 PM by info

    They are using this website: reducecave.icu

  • April 9, 2019 at 9:42 AM by info

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  • April 8, 2019 at 9:20 PM by info

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  • April 6, 2019 at 9:44 AM by info

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"Mark and Dave Williams GenBrain Pill" Scams Created by Online Scammers