We are here to expose every Testosterone Boosting scam out there. Stop wasting your money today!
Lab Reports Don't Lie! See what's really in your testosterone booster. You'll be shocked!
Over 97% of Testosterone Boosters tested contained ineffective dosages of testosterone boosting ingredients. Which ones passed? Find out
The benefits of increased testosterone are undeniable. Before you can enjoy those benefits you need to find a pill that works!
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Vitamins, herbs, and other supplements are not regularly tested by any government organization. The natural supplement industry is exploding doing over 5 billion in sales last year as more and more people realize just how effective well-designed and well-manufactured supplements can make a difference in their lives. With so much money at stake and very little regulation, some companies try and get an advantage in the price wars by “short changing” the consumer on the actual ingredients in their product. The only way to find out how good a product is, is to subject it to subject it to the most accurate state-of-the-art testing procedures.
We are extremely proud to be the industry pioneers of testing products with state of the art laboratory tests. These test in an unbiased manner what is really in the product. You can really find out if what is listed on the products label is in fact what is really in the product. As a result of these tests we were shocked to discover that a large number of products, (including many national brands) were in fact basically worthless. Here is a list of the top 3 “zero ingredients” scams.
Big name products like Prostavar, Prsotate 5XL and Prosvent spend millions of dollars a year to advertise their Testosterone pills on TV, radio, newspapers and
magazines. All of this publicity creates demand for these products in health food stores where they are very popular. However, some health food store owners actually sell counterfeits of many of the top products.
One of the most brazen scams we have ever seen is for a product called Vigarexx. Operated by a con man hiding out in Hong Kong who is selling
a box of 10 (yes just 10 pills) for $49. The pills are worthless and the scam has been ripping off many men. If you have been tricked by this scam and have purchased this product please email us. You may be entitled to a monetary settlement as class action lawyers are about to bring these crooks to justice. Check out these photos and avoid this scam.