SCAMS




AUTO BILLING SCAMS

Perhaps you have seen or heard advertisements for male enhancement pills which offer a FREE trial. Maybe you've seen one which proclaims you will only pay a small fee for shipping? More often than not, these are scams. You can be assured that none of our recommended products fall into any of these categories. There are legitimate companies who also offer a FREE trial.

The non-legit FREE trial offers require you to call their 800 phone number to claim your free male enhancement product which was seen on an ad. They harvest all of your personal information and explain that it's only $5-$10 for shipping the FREE trial. At this point, they now have your credit card information. Typically, in these shady billing situations, they won't start charging you until 14 to 30 days into the so-called free trial they will send you another package of the male enhancement product and charge you full price, typically $70-$200. They will continue to send those every month until you cancel your account. The scammers constantly change their support phone number, or just flat out don't cancel your billing. Most people end up cancelling their credit card to avoid these scams, it can quickly turn into a very financially strapping situation.

The original owner of Enzyte ran one of the most recognizable auto-billing scams. Steve Warshak even came up with the phrase "natural male enhancement". His scheme was to send you a free trial and continue billing even if you had called to cancel. The FBI eventually figured out who was behind this scheme, and he was charged, convicted, and is currently serving a 25 year prison sentence for stealing over $200 million dollars.

Again, please remember that definitely not all free trial offers are auto-bill scams. In fact, most male enhancement companies offer a free months' supply of their product. This is where we come in, we shield you from these convincing scam artists by weeding out the bad, and analyzing the good. We provide you will a 100% safe list of the ONLY 10 male enhancement drugs you should purchase online.

COUNTERFEIT PRODUCTS

Counterfeit male enhancement products have been showing up in all parts of the world with more and more frequency as each year passes. Several stores in California have been caught red handed by our WillYouMeasureUp street team, with completely counterfeit products labeled as common found male enhancement supplements. We immediately had the counterfeit items seized.

Practice caution when purchasing from small health food stores, they are known to be the biggest culprits of selling fake products for the real price. Who knows whatÕs in these pills that thousands of people are blindly ingesting, thinking itÕs the real deal. Only purchase from trusted websites online, go through us, and youÕll never have to worry about any of this!


FAKE DOCTOR SCAMS

Nearly every single one of those so-called Doctors you see on the internet advocating the use of their personally approved male enhancement drug, are completely fake! These are paid actors, created from complete fiction. The cheaper alternative is to go to a stock photo purchasing site, buy the photos of the Doctor MODELS, and $5 later you too can have your very own pill endorsing Doctor for another worthless product!

The former owner of Enzyte, Steve Warshak, confessed in federal court at his trial that he was running advertisements in large circulation magazines and was claiming that a Dr. from Harvard, paired with one from Stanford developed Enzyte. Of course it was entirely all false, he made up the names and everything, these guys don't even exist!

FREE TRIAL SCAMS

Similair, in fact, these are nearly identical to the Auto Billing scams mentioned above. Advertisements are blasted out to the world via magazines, newspapers, tv, internet, and radio explaining that you can get a FREE trial of their male enhancement product. You call them, setup your billing information, and that's all they need to endlessly bill you without ever allowing you to cancel the auto bill scheme they setup.

If you have not yet read into this, please scroll up to the Auto Billing Scams article above, it goes into great detail about these horrible scams.

You can easily avoid all of the hastle of weeding through the mountains of scam websites by using our trusted Top 10 List. It's constantly updated with new reviews and information for all to see free of charge. We provide you will a 100% safe list of the ONLY 10 male enhancement drugs you should purchase online.

MAIL ORDER SCAMS

Have you ever ordered any type of male enhancement supplement, viagra, penis pump, sex pills, or penis enlarging product? 6 times out of 10, your name, full addresss, phone number, product purchase info, email address are promptly sold to the highest list buying bidder (These are the mega-spammers).

Please don't forget, though, there are, of course, some legitimate players out there who are honest and mail the actual product. However, be warned that 6 out of 10 of these are complete scams to get your money. They create fake websites with fake doctor endorsements. These are popping up all over the place, so be careful with your information. Stick with our Top 10 list and you'll be safe from all of this nonsense.

PENIS PUMP SCAMS

What is this? The eighties? Well, I feel like I need to bring this up because I still see these pumps popping up all over porn shops and internet sites. These things are not safe, at all! Penis pumps never have, and never will work. The physics behind these devices do not promote any healthy practice either. In fact, penis pumps are actually very dangerous and can cause permanent harm to your penis. It can really mess with the elasticity of your penis, can damage nerves, and can eventually cause impotency if overused. I see nothing wrong with the occassional use for a jerk-off aid, IF used in moderation. Just don't sit around hoping it's going to work, because it will not. Don't risk your penis, seriously.


POWDERED HERBS SCAMS

These powdered herbs scams are more common than you might think. This is exactly the reason why we post a detailed laboratory analysis for each male enhancement formula on our Top 10 list. We've had the formulas tested and independently analyzed by a chemical research lab to ensure very single micro gram is accounted for before posting the results on our product pages.

Most, if not all of these male enhancement pills are comprised of mainly natural herbs combined with amino acids. What many people don't realize, is that each herb can vary in potency DRASTICALLY depending on where the herbs were sourced, how they were grown, their environment, freshness, potential contiminants or pesticides are also to be of concern. Our top 10 list ensures you don't get any low quality powdered herbs in your supplements. Our recommendations boast the highest potency herbs of any male enhancement pills on the market.

LACED DRUGS SCAMS

Look around, in today's world, it seems that every male enhancement product claims to be "all natural". Well, unfortauntely many of these companies are just telling blatant lies. As a result, precious human lives are put a risk due to the carelessness and lack of humanity in some of the shady male enhancement pill distributors.

The bottom line here, is to be sure you are ordering from a confirmed, trusted source before putting anything into your body. Many of these so-called natural male enhancement formulas which keep popping up left and right, are laced or cut with obscure chemicals or pestiside residue to increase profits for these shady dealers. All they care about is making more money off of unknowing victims. When someone is sent to the emergency room, or worse, they conveniently disappear.

I can't stress this enough, KNOW YOUR SOURCE! This is the main reason we built this site and give away this information. If more guys are aware of these unscrupulous pill vendors, hopefully they'll eventually go away for good!


TELEMARKETING SCAMS

This is by far one of the biggest male enhancement scams around. Unsolocited phone calls from telemarketers who are selling penis enhancing pills. 99.99% of these annoying callers are plain frauds. Their sales guys work only on commission so they are willing to say whatever it takes to suck you into their free trial scheme. Many times they will act as if you've won some type of contest or a prize, but in the end they just want you to give them your personal information and credit card so that they can exploit you and your money to the max.

Mess this one up and you could easily end up with a Automatic Rebill mess plus a fake time-share in Jamaica on a sales promo trip where NOTHING is on the house. Hang up on these scamming predators as soon as you catch the slightest hint they're after your information and/or money.

WEBSITE SCAMS

These have the biggest scam potential of them all. I placed this one as the last item because most of the above scams all work in tandem with some type of scam website. Always do your due diligence and make sure you're referred to male enhancement sites via only a trusted source.

There are hundreds of fake, scam, credit card stealing male enhancement schemes floating around. Chances are, one or another has bumped into you at some point along the way. After reading all of our scam information, you should be well armed with knowledge and ready to head on over to our Top 10 Male Enhancement products page to find the perfect formulas for you!


MASSIVE DECEPTION

Enzyte creator Steve Warshak created a fabricated story of how Enzyte was synthesized by the Doctors, one from Harvard, the other from Stanford. It was later proven that neither Doctor even exists.

FBI RAID & IMPRISONMENT OF FOUNDER

This man scammed over $200 million dollars from unknowing people. Steve was getting people setup on rebill, then would not allow them to cancel their account which renewed every year and charged them $75-$100/month without authorization. As a result, the FBI intervened, prosecuted, and convicted him.

DAMAGE IS DONE

Enzyte still exists today, without any influence from Steve Warshak (Who resides in prison for the next 20 years). However, it's obvious that irreparable damage has been done to Enzyte's credibility as a business.

FALSE ADVERTISING

Thousands, upon thousands of men were duped into thinking Extenze would increase their penis size undoubtedly at least 27%. This is the false claim which was pushed by the Extenze marketing department over and over on their TV commercials and magazine ads.

$300,000 FINE

The Orange County District Attorney office fined the makers of Extenze $300,000 for making false advertising claims and for, get this...LEAD CONTAMINATION in the pills. It specifically stated that they were not allowed to claim that their product makes a mans penis 27% bigger, because they had no scientific evidence to backup this claim, and that the lead must be removed.

CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT

Since thousands of men were hurt or potentially poisoned from this scam, many banded together and filed a class action lawsuit against Extenze in June of 2009.

FABRICATED ADS

The business who created Extra is Global Pharmaceutical Institute. The fraudulent ad shown on the left explain it all. They even place a chart in the ad showing your guaranteed penis growth chart withini 180 days, claiming their drug would make your penis 3 inches longer and 2 inches wider by the end of the 6 months.

NO COMPANY WEBSITE

This should raise a red flag for anyone, these days every legit business has a website. We searched for days trying to find a website associated officially with Extra, and couldn't even find a website for their Global Pharmaceutical Institute!

INGREDIENTS FAKED

Lab analysis has shown they largely inflate the amount of ingredients per serving. An independent lab study was done, testing for L-Arginine. The result was FAR below what was claimed on the back of the bottle. The result: 386.1mg instead of 750mg claimed on the label.

A COMPLETE CON

This product is just a blatant con. Lexaryn's identity as a male enhancement product was completely fabricated from day 1. There is nothing legitimate at all about this product, or it's 2 identical alternatives: Viswiss and Orviax.

3 IDENTICAL PRODUCTS, 3 DIFFERENT NAMES...

That's right, 3 identical pills in 3 completely different packaging, and of course, 3 completely different websites all registered to the same name. We've done a thorough investigation to bust these guys and we're telling you that Lexaryn, Viswiss, and Orviax are all one in the same.

LAB TESTS: FAILED

This is the icing on the cake of this scam, to top it off they've completely failed every lab test for each of these 3 scam products.

FALSE CLAIMS

Their advertising claims that this "lotion" will work instantly by using their self-proclaimed patent-pending Vasotran Auctum which activates and stimulates the penis. 3 different independant laboratory analysis were done on this product to see exactly what's in it, and we found out there's NO PATENT pending.

FALSE INGREDIENTS

The lab tests showed that the Vasotran Auctum is a complete hoax! None of these ingredients were detected by 3 labs. The results also showed high levels of menthol in each serving (not listed as an ingredient). When rubbed on the penis, this stuff BURNS! That is caused by methyl nicitiate and menthol (the secret ingredients). It is basically the same ingredients in Ben Gay. Can you fathom rubbing Ben Gay on your penis!? NO WAY!

MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR FRUAD CHARGES

After they made millions by selling a completely misrepresented product, people began to realize that this stuff didn't do anything except make you feel like your penis is on fire every time it's applied! Thus a class action fraud lawsuit has been filed against the makers of Maxoderm.

A COMPLETE CON #2

This product is just a blatant con. Orviax's identity as a male enhancement product was completely fabricated from day 1. There is nothing legitimate at all about this product, or it's 2 identical alternatives: Viswiss and Lexaryn.

3 IDENTICAL PRODUCTS, 3 DIFFERENT NAMES...

That's right, 3 identical pills in 3 completely different packaging, and of course, 3 completely different websites all registered to the same name. We've done a thorough investigation to bust these guys and we're telling you that Orviax, Viswiss, and Lexaryn are all one in the same.

LAB TESTS: FAILED

This is the icing on the cake of this scam, to top it off they've completely failed every lab test for each of these 3 scam products.

FAKE CLAIMS AND ENDORSEMENTS

The reviews and testimonials posted on the highly suspect, biased websites themenschoice and mensblogtalk are obviously biased because they are the only way to sell this scam product. These sites are made by Urban Nutrition, the company behind Orexis. It's NO WONDER they're biased!

SEVERAL FAKE WEBSITES

They own their own highly biased fake review site themenschoice, fake blog mensblogtalk, and fake scam site Orexisscam.com. This product is NOT TO BE TRUSTED at all with this kind of shady activity going on.

LAB TESTS REVEAL THE TRUTH

The lab analysis was just pitiful, the ingredients Icariin and Yohimbine were horribly exhaggerated to the point that will make you laugh in disbeleif.

OUTRAGEOUS CLAIMS

The advertisements by Pro Plus claim that it will make your penis grow 5 inches within a few weeks. I'd like to meet the guy who claims this, because it's just not anatomically possible without some kind of implant surgery to gain 5 inches to your penis size in a few weeks!

LAB ANALYSIS

An independant lab analysis was done testing for the main active ingredients Yohimbine (claimed 100mg/pill) and Icariin (claimed 100mg/pill). The lab did not detect EITHER ONE of these ingredients, not even in trace amounts of .10 mg.

LABEL FRAUD

It all comes down to outright fraud when you label a product to contain 2 ingredients and they don't contain any traces of either one. The labels and advertisements are therefore to be considered fabricated and fraudulent.

PROCYLON IS A LIE

Procylon is enticing at first, their well-designed, well written advertisements and attractive packaging make these pills appear to be legitimate. However, don't be fooled by this deceptive advertising, Procylon is worthless, and at $60 for a month's supply, it's a total SCAM.

LAB TESTS PROVE IT

The Procylon laboratory analysis results are quite disturbing. These pills were tested for all of the male enhancement major ingredients: Yohimbine, Ajmaline, Corynanthine, L-Arginine. The result, they were only found to contain small traces of each. Yohimbine: .332 mg/pill. Ajmaline .001 mg/pill. Corynanthine .001 mg/pill. L-Arginine 5.474 mg/tab. Studies have shown that it takes at least 2500mg of L-Arginine daily to achieve results, and one Procylon pill only contains 12mg. These ingredients may not have negative impacts to your health, but they definitely won't have any positive benefits whatsoever.

ELUSIVE AUTO BILLING

We've talked about it over and over, the auto-billing scam is the only reason Prolixus is making money, by scamming people and not allowing them to cancel their order.

JERSEY SHORE HYPE

Prolixus was endorsed by Jersey Shore cast emembers who are obviously paid to say whatever the script says. This is nothing but pure hype created out of thin air for a product which has no benefits.

SCARY LAB ANALYSIS

Not only are they scamming you, they're also giving you a completely worthless product for a high monthly price. Prolixus powder contains nothing but 1.49 mg/pill of Icariin and 16.7 mg/pill of Ginsenosides (Ginseng). These are considered to be completely inactive doses for each of said ingredients, rendering these pills totally useless.

A COMPLETE CON #3

This product is just a blatant con. Viswiss' identity as a male enhancement product was completely fabricated from day 1. There is nothing legitimate at all about this product, or it's 2 identical alternatives: Lexaryn and Orviax.

3 IDENTICAL PRODUCTS, 3 DIFFERENT NAMES...

That's right, 3 identical pills in 3 completely different packaging, and of course, 3 completely different websites all registered to the same name. We've done a thorough investigation to bust these guys and we're telling you that Viswiss, Lexaryn, and Orviax are all one in the same.

LAB TESTS: FAILED

This is the icing on the cake of this scam, to top it off they've completely failed every lab test for each of these 3 scam products.