BEWARE OF HGH DOCTOR SITES
When you decide to buy hgh (human growth hormone) it can be very confusing with so many different kinds of hgh and websites. Let me warn you, when you buy hgh to be sure not to fall for the many impressive claims. Many of the companies will try to get you to buy hgh products by putting up some pretty impressive review sites. The web sites appear very professional, well designed and very impressive. They appear to be a top-notch professional company with top-notch products. These sites will have pictures of medical doctors and even give names of these doctors which have nothing to do with their product. They were merely Mds doing research and publishing their findings on hgh in general which is most often conducted with the use of needle injected hgh. When you see these pictures and read quotes by these doctors you are given the impression they are promoting their particular product. Some sites may even give bogus names of doctors that do not even exist.
One website I found trying to find the best Hgh products really pulled the wool over my eyes. They claimed to be a group of doctors that had come together to produce a far superior product with a far greater increase in insulin growth factor 1 of 402% compared to the next highest superior products with only around 160% increase. They claimed to have conducted a number of scientific clinical trials as evidence of their superior product. It is interesting that when you read what are in the ingredients of their product on the bottle that they have the same ingredients as other competitive companies which show test results only as high as 160.5%. I wonder why I could only find claims of clinical trials with no clinical data or exact details as to where and who conducted these clinical trials. It looks impressive when they have a page that mentions their company name and gives a toll-free number and boasts about how they’ve got a professional team of doctors and such great and efficient customer service. What an eye opener, when I went to do my research on the Internet. I googled the company name with the word, “scam” and a large number of complaints came up on Google. I went to www.ripoffreports.com and typed in their company name which is what you should be doing before you trust what you see. I will not give you the link because I do not want to have attacks on my website from them but you can find it by typing in Google the info and doing research yourself. A good number of reports all over the Internet indicate this company offers one bottle free except for the shipping. They say nothing that is evident on the web page about putting you on auto ship but in the terms of service agreement it states that you are entering into an agreement for up to 100 months (8+years) to be on auto-ship. When you phone they either do not respond or they say that no such credit card exits in their database. If you try to e-mail them they also do not respond and there’s no physical address or contact names provided on their website. They continue to charge you every month for their product even though you were never given a choice on their web site but merely offered a free product to try. When I continued to do research on the Internet on this company I discovered that they were closely connected with the sex industry. You can be sure that such liars do not have a superior product or any real test results that prove they do. To claim that their product gives an increase of 402% in insulin growth factor 1 displays their ignorance and deception. Now you have been forewarned and equipped to buy hgh that will really work without getting ripped off. One site that gives genuine service and has genuine scientific clinical trials backing up their product is this one. You will not find any other sites with extensive and detailed HGH testimonies like this one. Click here to see for yourself.
By David Thomson