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Sketchy hair restoration treatment is a better investment than most altcoins—Scams, Swindles, and Schemes

It’s our tenth celebration of Scamageddon. We’re happy this series, ‘Scam, Swindles, and Schemes’ is bringing so much joy. Wouldn’t you agree that spreading joy is better than spreading the gospel of Multi-Level Marketing schemes? Anyway, here episode 10!

To celebrate episode 10 we’re considering hosting a giveaway. That’s right, we think bribery is the best way to get you all to like, comment, subscribe. Seriously y’all, we need the engagement to feel good about ourselves. So email HeyOnicia[at]OniciaMuller[dot]com telling us how much money we should put on the line.

As always, reach out to us via Twitter, donate to our sleazy lawyer fund, subscribe to Devin’s and Onicia’s YouTube channels—and tell us how to access your retirement savings before they get stolen by a shady executive or funneled into a Ponzi scheme.

Sugar Bear Hair is a SCAM???

Devin and Onicia advise a dear listener on whether hair growth pills (such as SugarBearHair) are a scam. As non-licensed hair gurus and humans who have no issues growing their hair we say, stop being bald and just love yourself. 

Question: Tweet us (@devinagonistes and @OniciaMuller) a photo of your hairline. Best hairline wins…cash???

Crypto secrets: this altcoin going to the moon 🚀

Since October 2020, reports on cryptocurrencies and altcoins have skyrocketed. Nearly 7,000 people reported losses of more than $80 million on crypto-related scams. That’s a median loss of $1900! We’re not gonna go so far as to say crypto is a scam. We actually think blockchain technology is a huge technological advancement. 

Question: Tweet us (@devinagonistes and @OniciaMuller) the name of your (fake) altcoin that’s scam-ranteed to ‘go to the moon’. *WRONG* answers only / “not financial advice”

Interested in crypto, the blockchain, and the future of technology? Check out David Orban’s YouTube series ‘The Context’. Onicia knows David personally and thinks he’s smart because he’s good at asking questions—not just pretending to have answers.