OK, let's say we have this diet product we're trying to sell. What if I were to write a fake testimonial with a "mistyped" celebrity or famous names? Like example: "This is an excellent product and I highly recommend it!" - Richard Simons Of course, the real spelling should be "Simmons" (2 m's). But I can simply say there's a real person by that name and it's not Richard Simmons, right? Or another example would be: "Opah Winfey" Is it, in anyway, illegal? All I'm trying to do is play "mind fuck" games with readers. When they read the testimonial and saw that fake name, they would assume it's a typo and actually think it's the real person/celebrity. note: I'm not in the U.S. so i do not need to worry about the FDA law thingy.