I'm stumped. I'd post an image of this, but since I don't have 15 posts I can't post a URL so I'll just describe it. If you go to wwwdotbrinkeddotcom, there's a banner ad at the very top along with two 300x250px box ads on the right. In the ad rotation are image ads that say something to the extent of 'I lost 25lbs of stomach fat by obeying this 1 rule'. Here's one of the sites you're taken to when you click on these ads: h**p://monicasdietblogdotcom The site is made to look like a personal blog from an actual person named 'Monica Conrad'. It's a brilliant idea and very convincing, complete with before and after pictures, a fake journal where she seems to be dropping pounds like magic, Oprah and Dr. Oz on the right, and a comment section with users saying things like 'This is amazing! I wish I knew about this 5 years ago.' and 'hey this is a pretty cool story and its worth a try i ordered both and i should be getting them in 5-7 days ill let u know how it works ...'. But wait a second, what's this? h**p://jennysdietblogdotcom Apparently, 'Monica' has a twin sister named 'Jenny' who also has her own diet blog with the exact same pictures and content. But it doesn't stop for Acai Berry and Colon Cleanse; I'm sure plenty of you have seen 'Cheddas bling blog' (wwwdotcheddasblingblogdotcom), which I've seen about 4 variations of including a mechanic and a single mom explaining how they got a free grant from the government to start a $5,000 a month business on Google. How can people do this? I'm sure this is making a ton of money for the affiliate, but anyone who has been involved in internet marketing for a little while could easily spot these sites as fake. Isn't something like this considered HIGHLY ILLEGAL!?