The male enhancement industry has, in the recent years, been attacked by fraudsters who wish to take advantage of the popularity of penis pills. There are indeed horror stories circulating in the Internet about fraud cases, one particular case we’d like to set as an example in this article.
Yes, the horror story in penis enlargement pills we are talking about is the brand called Dr. Max Man. Dr. Maxman is marketed as a male enhancement capsule. They are sold through several different sites online that seem to spring out of nowhere, and disappear before you know it. They are also widely marketed through email, where consumers report suddenly getting junk mails attracting them into buying these pills that promise “unbelievable gains in a very, very short time.” They promise to grow your penis by up to 4 inches in length and 30% in girth and help you achieve amazing performance and orgasms.
Dr. Maxman also claims to be a revolutionary formula created by a certain Dr. George Acuilar who, they say discovered this all natural potent herbal formula. They claim to have sold over 2 million bottles as of the present, and promises permanent growth without the pain. Although these are similar claims that many other penis pill brands also make, here are some warning signs that will take you aback:
1. Dr. Maxman is also known by different names – Virility Enlarge, MaxGain Plus, Elite Herbal, Herbal King, Power Gain Plus, MaxGentleman, and many others – why that many a name?!
2. Dr. MaxMan claims to provide consumers with a “no questions asked” iron clad money back guarantee. But there are no details whatsoever regarding this guarantee. There is even no physical address where you can send the product over for returns.
3. Take a look at the ingredients of Dr. Maxman. They contain “herbal” extracts and botanicals that are not known in the male enhancement industry (except for one or two). Even if you search through over 300 penis pills out there in the market, you will notice how unknown Dr. Maxman ingredients are. What do these ingredients do? We never know for sure, because they won’t tell us.
4. Dr. Maxman sends out spam emails. This is the most important warning sign which will tell you to steer clear of this product. No legitimate company will ever resort to spam e-mails. Spamming is only done by desperate and illegitimate companies who resort to illegal methods and fraudulent advertising. In fact, there is no actual Dr. Maxman official product website where you can learn more about this pill brand.
Let this horror story serve as a warning when choosing penis enlargement pills.