If you really want to cure your erectile dysfunction (ED) problem, then the first step is to avoid the ED Conqueror by the fictional Michael Steel. This is because it is a scam designed to waste your time, while at the same time encouraging you to eat junk food … which in the long run will worsen your condition! Sit back, relax and read this review to the end, as this is the only honest, unbiased review of this product existing on the web at this time.
The so-called Michael Steel claims that his ED Conqueror – an eBook on how to prepare and eat a ‘simple sandwich’ that cures ED – is based on an alleged 2007 research by Oxford University, who found that inflammation causes ED. But what this fellow failed to add is that the signs of inflammation always include pain and redness … and everyone knows that sex is the last thing on the mind of a person in pains! Yes, chronic inflammation has been linked to erectile dysfunction, but again, it is just one of the many, many factors that can lead to the problem.
In fact, I don’t even know why I’m bothering myself with the scientific debunking of this ED Conqueror scam. This is because the evidence I’ve gathered has made me to conclude that whoever created this product also created the Diabetes Destroyer, another scam previously exposed here at Contra Health Scam. In fact, look at ED Conqueror’s website and compare it with Diabetes Destroyer’s … and you’ll see that it has the same design (same theme, the background photo was shot using the same picture models) and the same video production style. Diabetes Destroyer, like ED Conqueror, is also based on a research by a ‘top university’ … and both slam doctors for not knowing the cure but instead prescribing ‘deadly’ drugs from ‘big pharma’ companies to patients.
Now what motivated this non-existent Michael Steel to find the cure to ED? He and his wife once went on a ‘honeymoon getaway’ at a hotel room and after ‘plenty of hot foreplay,’ he ‘managed’ to get a ‘semi-erection,’ a feat he has been trying for ‘months’ to achieve. However, his ‘achievement’ disappeared as soon the sex proper was about to begin, leaving him with a manhood as ‘limp as a soggy spaghetti.’ His disappointed wife got up, put on her robe, left the room and yada yada … he discovered ‘a secret email conversation between my wife and her old boyfriend.’ Kaboom. Starts his ‘research.’ Finds the cure. Puts the cure inside a sandwich. Writes an eBook about that sandwich. Now he wants you to buy the eBook. End of story.
The rest of the long presentation is spent blasting the ‘big pharma’ companies for not telling their clients that their drugs have side effects (clearly this Steel does not read the leaflet that comes with every approved drug), while trying to convince you that you can cure your ED by ‘eating a simple sandwich’ that contains the product of a research ‘by top universities.’ Can’t you see the absurdity of this rhetoric?
Now let me go to the main reason why I call the ED Conqueror a scam:
Michael Steel Does NOT Exist!
Steel claims that he is a 58-year old man living with his wife in Seattle, Washington. Well if you have met this man physically and know where he lives in Seattle, please let me know because he is nowhere to be found on any social media platform. There is not even a photo of him on his own website!
This same scenario also plays out at Diabetes Destroyer. No social media presence, no photo on own website.
Mind you, the background photo of the ED Conqueror website is NOT Michael Steel and his wife. It is just a stock photo anyone can purchase at image sites like iStock and Shutterstock. So don’t be deceived by that.
As far as I’m concerned, anyone with a health product to sell online must have at least one social media account – be it Facebook or even Reddit – because that proves that he’s real and ready to interact with the users of his product.
Advice: Before you consider buying a product, do a name search of the seller using Google and check whether he has any social media profile (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY ED Conqueror. It is a Scam!
This review is short, but honestly there’s not much to say about this ED Conqueror. Aside from the major finding above, there are other red flags, like the fact that there are no real testimonials (just text-based testimonials with names but no photos attached for verification) and the ever-present pop-up prevents you from leaving and offers you a $10 discount on a $39.95 product. Regular readers of this blog already know that the latter is a cheap marketing tactic used by scammers to lure you in before blasting you with upsells and a lot of spam emails from their ‘friends.’
So my advice to those who have bought the ED Conqueror is to immediately ask for a refund directly from Clickbank. DON’T ask for your refund from the ED Conqueror website because you’ll NEVER get it, as scam websites have no support and there have been a lot of complaints about email messages sent to their support email address getting bounced. If your purchase has exceeded the 60-days grace period of Clickbank, then there is nothing else you can do other than taking a shot at filing a credit/debit card dispute. In the meantime, you can help kill ED Conqueror by sharing this review on relevant social networks and forums so that no one else falls for this garbage. This will eventually make the scammer to be unable to convert other people, thereby putting him out of business!
Again, I want to encourage ED sufferers not to give up in finding a cure. Let me reassure you that following your doctor’s recommendation is still your best shot. Keep following them, as it is the only viable option you have at the moment. Don’t let scams like this exploit your psychological state to strip you of your hard-earned cash. I would definitely point you to proven, effective ED products that may help with your condition, but so far I’ve seen none other than the ones currently used in modern medical practice.
If you have used the ED Conqueror, I would like to hear from you. Please share your experiences with the product in the comments below. Thank you!