Over the years, the internet has become renowned for being the place where unscrupulous merchants, con-men, thieves and rip-off artists have been able to make a ‘killing'. And the penis enlargement industry has been a prime target.
Men who are embarrassed by a physical sex problem have been easy prey to penis enlarger scams for years.
So how do you, a prospective purchaser of penis enlargement products, separate the honest from the totally dishonest? How do you make sure you don't fall prey to these thieves?
Well, you've made the first step by reading so far. You're obviously concerned about being cheated, or else you've been cheated in the past by buying products that don't work, fail to live up to their expectations, or you've experienced poor after-sales service.
The Advice we give
This advice refers to ALL Penis Enlargement products sold on-line.
Care and caution are the important words:
1) Check ALL companies marketing Penis Enlargement products on the internet. If they're mentioned as being suspect, then beware!
2) Beware of suppliers selling their own products on line, and who give supposedly 'independent' reviews of several products, giving their own product the number 1 choice.
3) Ask yourself why some advertisers and suppliers spend so much space on the negative aspects of Penis Enlargement products, such as running down competitors, over-warning about scams, etc. etc.
Is it because they haven't got too many good things to say about the products they're promoting?
Lets face it, scams are everywhere on the internet - they're a fact of life. But dealing with a reputable supplier can virtually eliminate the risks.
4) Search the Internet and get a ‘feel' for the professional companies. Beware of outlandish and exaggerated claims. No one is going to get an increase in penis length of 3 inches in 4 weeks. It just won't happen in such a short period of time.
Have realistic expectations, don't fall for ridiculous claims. You're just wasting your money.
The rule is: If it's too good to be true, it probably is.
5) Check out the level of after-sales service – see if the suppliers, not the advertisers, respond to a question sent by you via email. Look for an email address on the suppliers' web site. Or a phone number on their order forms. If there are none, then go elsewhere.
6) See what sort of ‘money-back guarantee' they offer, if indeed they give one at all. Steer clear of any supplier that attaches spurious conditions to its guarantee. Be aware of the cost of returning unwanted goods, and the charges that may be imposed.
7) Check out the security aspects of the suppliers site. Make sure your transactions are secure and safe. Look for the little 'padlock' at the bottom right of your screen, or the 's' after the 'http' in your address bar. Both indicate a secure page. Be aware of the payment methods - credit cards, checks, Pay Pal etc.
8) NEVER, EVER, buy anything off a SPAM advert. Chances are its a scam. and you'll be passing your credit card number through an unsecured site. Responsible suppliers of any product don't use illegal SPAM for advertising.
9) As far as Pills go, look at the quality of the ingredients used, and whether they've been endorsed by a government body. Beware of a herb called YOHIMBE. It's on the suspect list of the US FDA. Again, keep clear of those suppliers that won't tell you what's in the pills. They could contain the dangerous YOHIMBE.
10) Beware of those suppliers that seem to be 'too secretive'. They've obviously got something to hide.
11) Keep away from 'amateurishly written' web sites, sites with spelling mistakes or bad grammar. An unprofessional web site gives the impression of a 'couldn't care less attitude' Not the best sort of people to be giving your credit card number to!
12) Also be aware of review sites that give 'ratings' of various aspects of the products or the suppliers' level of service. A score of '7/10' or '70%' for 'Quality' is purely subjective nonsense, and means absolutely nothing.
Remember that herbal products affect people in different ways. What gives results for one, may not give results for another. Recognizing this is the reason why reputable suppliers give 100% money-back guarantees.
13) And finally, be suspicious of sites where the author says he's tried several enlargement products, and that brand X gives the best results. How would he know that with any certainty? He couldn't. Any gain achieved after using product 3 may be due to the use of product 2. So be careful of spurious and unauthenticated claims.
These do not Work!
The adult entertainment industry is full of ads for products and programs for the enlargement of the penis. The products include pills, creams and sprays that claim they'll cause penis growth.
These claims range from the non-scientific to the outrageous. Below we list penis enlargement methods that in our opinion DO NOT WORK:
Enlargement Creams and Oils - Seem to have very limited success.
Penis Pumps - Nothing to indicate that they give any permanent gain.
Using Weights - May increase length, but not the thickness. Can be harmful.
Enlargement Surgery - Cosmetic change only. Does nothing to provide a meatier, more masculine penis. Very expensive, and prone to post-operative problems.
The suppliers of the three Penis Enlarger programs reviewed on this site are recognized as being respectable, reliable and trustworthy businesses.
You can deal with them with confidence.