A Supplement Company Stole My Before And After Pictures

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They Used My Pictures To Scam People

On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m addressing how a supplement company stole my before and after pictures and used them to scam people.

There have been a few pictures of me floating around the internet.

Quite a few of you have seen them and have been asking me if it’s true.

The question?

Did I take “something” to get my physique, and do I continue to take “something” to maintain it?

And when I say “something”, I think they mean drugs.

Okay, let’s just jump right into it.

Are The Ads Of Me True Or Is It A Scam?

About 6 weeks ago, I received a question on my Facebook fan page about my before and after pictures in an ad, for some sort of “pill”.

A Supplement Company Stole My Before And After Pictures And Used Them To Scam People

Let me just clear this up right now, so people can stop asking me about it.

Question #1: Is This My Before Picture?

Yes.

A Supplement Company Stole My Before And After Pictures And Used Them To Scam People

Question #2: Is This My After Picture?

Yes.

So does that mean these are my 4 week results?

No.

The “Week 1” photo was taken in February, 2010.

The Journey To My Healthy Diet Routine

The “Week 4” photo was taken in July, 2011.

A Supplement Company Stole My Before And After Pictures And Used Them To Scam People

Question #3: Is This My Quote?

“I couldn’t be any happier with the results. I gained 16 lbs of muscle in 4 weeks. No Special Diet, No Intense Exercise.”

Do I really even need to answer that?

You know this goes against everything I stand for, and is complete bullsh!t.

Question #4: Am I A Spokesmodel For This Brand?

No.

I’ve never tried it, nor am I being paid for it.

And if you haven’t figured it out yet, my images were stolen from my website.

This happens to me all the time.

Here’s another example of my photo being used in an ad that I was not compensated for.

If You Don’t Believe Me, Did You Notice The Name They Used?

Bryan?

Last time I checked, my name was Brad on my ID.  

Supposedly they’re also using my images as Facebook ads as well.

Should I Sue Them?

So you may be thinking, why don’t you just contact them to take the pictures down or just sue them?

Well, all the links are fake on the page, and they just re-direct you to the buy page. 

Sneaky b@stards.

So let me answer the real question.

Did I Take Drugs To Get Ripped In 4 Weeks?

No I did not take drugs, or any magic pills, to get my physique in 4 weeks, or maintain it 365 days a year.

Here’s what I really did to build and maintain my physique.

It’s called HWSWD.

Hard Work, Smart Work, and Dedication.

I Have No Reason To Take Drugs To Build My Physique

I’m not trying to be the most ripped dude on the planet.

And even though I get asked all the time, I don’t compete in bodybuilding shows.

So there is no need for me to be the most ripped guy in the world. 

I do this, because I love the way it makes me feel internally.

It’s also my calling to inspire others that it is possible to Live Lean 365 days a year, naturally.

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If I Endorse Something You’ll Usually Find It Here

I don’t lend my name to endorse many products.

But when I do, you’ll usually find them on my “Items I Dig” page here.

So that’s it.

I hope I never have to answer that question again.

Living Lean is simple, but it’s not easy. 

Just take some HWSWD, and you will eventually get there, naturally.

Keep Living Lean.


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25 responses to “A Supplement Company Stole My Before And After Pictures

  1. Everyone has the priceless gift to bulk up–but not many actually use it.
    Go and Google Ready Set Ripped and discover how to utilize your gift.

  2. Ha ha saw that ad last week! Knew they stole your pictures as soon as I saw
    it-it’s so obvious.

  3. Dude that is seriously messed up. Hahaaa! But hey, your honesty shines
    through my brother. Good looking out for yourself!

  4. can you talk about carb cycling? I know lean secrets talks about it and i
    have her ebook, but its not enough info. ive been carb cycling for about 2
    weeks now and its not perfect, but im just trying to figure out how much
    carbs to eat on low and moderate carb days. also when to have my treat
    days, i go for 1 treat meal a week but sometimes i do 2… also do u
    recommend any books about carb cycling?

  5. Aw I’m so sorry this happened to you.. If you can’t find them to sue them,
    keep sharing this video on facebook and other media networks just to ensue
    others know the truth.. Anyway at the end of the day, you know you got your
    results from hard work, and that is all that matters 🙂 I’ll share it on my
    facebook / twitter for you xxx

  6. Brad, i hope someday those bastards get what’s coming to them. The true
    victim’s here are the poor people who get duped by these “quick fix”
    products. Everyone who has put forth the amount of work, that you and I do,
    know that there’s no quick way to be fit and healthy, easy yes, discipline
    yes, quick? no. If it was a miracle suppliment/product then they wouldn’t
    need to steal people’s photos.

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