There are many less than useful products that use certain types of SCAMS to sell their product. There are many reputable companies out there, but often the bad ones will employ these procedures:
Look out for these scams :
- SPOKESPERSON DOES NOT MENTION PRODUCT
A video of a porn star or news spokesman that NEVER mentions the name of the top product – (They’ll say, “Try the product listed below, it’s great!) often they’ll change the “product below” as a better offer comes in.
- FAMILIAR LOOKING WEBSITE
Familiar looking competing websites who claim the same #1 and #2 top products – they want to take up space on Google AdWords… If you missed one of their fake review sites, there’s a decent chance you’ll click on another!
- FALSE WARNINGS
Sites that state “WARNING” in their Google ads – and then don’t mention the product warning at all!!!
- TOO CHEAP
Product price is so low in price ($30 - $40) you can be assured that its useless. These companies are generally more interested in your personal info to resell. Remember, you get what you pay for.
- NO CONTACT INFO
No contact address. They may have a phone number to place order but the contact page has no physical address. If you go to the product website and there’s no address, don’t order.
- PERSONAL INFO FIRST
Some sites make you put in your personal information before you get to put product in cart – your information is often resold and that’s worth more than your order (you will often find this on cheaper type products)
- NO WEBSITE OR WEAK WEBSITE
Avoid products sold on television or radio ads without a website (or a very weak website) - they want you to call in and upsell you and to keep you from reading any fine print (if there is any).
- NO CAUTION OR SIDE EFFECT NOTICE
If the review site or the product site has no Cautions or Warnings, then they are either negligent or pushing a product so useless, they know it couldn’t possibly cause harm (other than the calories in their “sugar” pills). Every responsible site must list the possible Side Effects, even if the chances are infinitesimal. Anyone who leaves this out is probably more interested in selling your name to a SPAMMER.
- PHONY PROMISES
If it seems too good, it probably is. Don’t believe promises of growth of 2-5 inches in actual flaccid penis length. That has never happened, it’s a scam.