Ad Scams and Arbitrage
An ad claimed to always put a plastic bottle on your tires when parked and here's why.
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Do the McDonald's golden arches look like breasts? That's what a psychologist purportedly found in market research.
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An ad claimed the following words: Fishermen See Animal On Iceberg But Then Look Closer.
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Face, Person, Human
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airplane train runway plane dangerous airport
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Person, Human, Wheel
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celeb couples we totally forgot were married kate mckinnon leslie jones snl saturday night live
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An abandoned California military base known as the Devils Slide bunker did not lead to an incredible find or discovery.
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According to an ad a woman leaves house to neighbour his mouth falls open when he sees what's inside.
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A misleading ad invited readers to meet Michelle Pfeiffer's wife.
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An ad claimed that a girl disappears every night and that when a father finds out why he calls the police.
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At Snopes we debunked the myths behind Elliðaey in Iceland also known as the so-called world's loneliest house.
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This ad falsely claimed Man Tries To Save Giant Crocodile and You Won’t Believe What He Found Inside.
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Online ads claimed These Pipes Were Sticking Out of the Ground, This Is What Was Underneath and led to a 2014 story about a bunker found in northern Germany.
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