I have read the definition of spam: http://www.justice.gov/doj/spam Medical Products and Devices To report e-mail that involves possibly fraudulent claims about medical devices or products (for example, so-called "miracle" cures) please email the Food and Drug Administration at [email protected] Seem like there are a lot of Click Bank products so-called "miracle" cures! And this one https://www.us-cert.gov/sites/default/files/publications/emailscams_0905.pdf Health and Diet Scams Health and diet scams prey on the insecurities some people have about the state of their well* being. These insecurities make some people particularly susceptible to the scams because they may be reluctant or embarrassed to discuss their problems with a doctor, or they can't afford to buy legitimate drugs or treatment. The scams attempt to lure consumers with promises of quick fixes and amazing results, discount pricing, fast delivery, waived prescription requirements, privacy, and discreet packaging. The email offering these items will have subject lines that look like the following: â€¢Need to lose weight for summer? â€¢Reduce body fat and build lean muscle without exercise â€¢Increase Your Sexual Performance Drastically â€¢Young at any age â€¢CONTROL YOUR WEIGHT!! â€¢Takes years off your appearance â€¢Natural Health Remedy That â€¢Gives energy and burns fatWorks! Though they may be backed by customer testimonials, beware: the products don't work. I'm just an affiliate from 3rd country, US law don't apply on me but i just wonder is there any chance that they could fire a case oversea to sue me? i think they will find these Vendors first!