Watch out for a pyramid scheme selling $2 pills that supposedly boost fuel mileage.

Wisconsin authorities are warning consumers about the scam that is recruiting residents into a multi-level sales group. Those who sign up are usually squeezed for $450.

The EPA has tested every alleged gas-saving device with no promising results for consumers. But there's a sucker born at every gas station.

[Source: Barron News Shield]



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