5 Sex Pill Scams to Avoid
Don’t get sucked into these scams
Every man who has purchased male enhancement pills have gone through the whole doubting phase before deciding to purchase a product. Whether it’s just good advertising, or good product proposition, men are lured into purchasing the products and they experience first-hand what the product is all about.
In a market where 95% of the products are either bogus or ineffective, male enhancement pills have a long way to go before the buyers trust the products entirely. That’s why supplement companies have crafty ways to lure their customers into buying, and before you know that the product you have is up to no good, it’s too late. Here are 5 sex pill scams to avoid:
- Money back guarantee
Before digging deeper into this topic, I would like to say that many money back guarantee schemes are legit. However, not all of them are easy to obtain. You would first need to shell out money to purchase the product, try it out – return the product due to dissatisfaction, and you get the whole runaround with their customer service and retention team. More often than not, you spend way too much time getting your money back that you’d think twice about putting more effort into it.
- Product systems
Some supplement companies introduce product systems that involve two different kinds of products – usually a supplement and a topical cream/gel. These companies charge a premium for these products, and they claim that these products work best together. In reality, these are two products that won’t do better than the best male enhancement pills. All you’re getting really is a sub-par supplement combined with a lube or lotion for your private parts.
- Penis enlargement pills
There are legit penis enlargement pills in the market, like Formula 41 Extreme, but there are some companies that claim that their product can increase the size of your penis without using any vasodilator ingredients. Vasodilation is the only method proven to increase the size of your penis, so without vasodilator ingredients like L-Arginine, you’re pretty much just getting testosterone or an aphrodisiac.
- Products mixed with prescription drugs
Some male enhancement pills are spiked with prescription drugs like sildenafil (Viagra) and tadalafil (Cialis) to treat erectile dysfunction. By using these supplements, users get the impression that they are getting unique effects from an all-natural supplement. Spiking supplements with prescription drugs are not only dangerous, but illegal. Check the supplement for FDA warnings before making a purchase.
- Claims to be #1
Almost every supplement on the market claims to be the best male enhancement supplement, but there’s no study or award-giving body that settles that debate. All we can really do is to recommend which supplement works best for us. In all of our years working in the supplement industry, we have tried to balance the pros and cons of every supplement that comes our way, and to date, we haven’t seen a product that works better than Formula 41 Extreme.