A pathetic antifungal infection scam.
Author does NOT exist
Based on lies
Don’t waste your time and money trying Fungus Remover by ‘Dr Grant Anderson’ because it is a scam! I have no doubt that whoever is behind this product is also behind 11 Day Diabetes Fix, a scam I previously exposed in this blog.
Fungus Remover, aka Fungus Destroyer Protocol, claims to be the ‘breakthrough antifungal protocol’ that will completely cure you of any fungal infection ‘within 12 hours.’ This miracle protocol was not actually developed by Dr Anderson, but by one ‘famous’ Chinese doctor named Jiang Xi Liu.
Anderson further claims that his protocol not only cures fungal infections, but other non-fungal skin problems such as psoriasis, rosacea and eczema.
Backstory of Fungus Remover
Dr Anderson tells us a sob story of how his father died as a result of complications arising from a fungal infection on his nails. He blames his father’s death on the ‘pharma cocktail’ prescribed by the attending doctor, which led to the destruction of his liver at a rate ‘faster than 1L of vodka/day.’
Anderson further alleges that the hospital management constantly shoved his dad to the back of the line on the liver transplant wait-list because ‘there was a huge line of younger people in front of him who needed a liver.’ He was finally ‘shipped’ to a county hospital ‘to die’ – and yes, he died.
Anderson says he was ‘MAD’ over the way his father was allegedly treated by the ‘irresponsible doctor,’ and soon this madness transformed into an ‘obsession’ over finding a cure for the ‘deadly’ fungal infection. That was how he met Dr Jiang, who reluctantly gave him the protocol he uses to successfully treat people with fungal infections.
Alright. No more storytelling.
So why is Fungus Remover a scam?
1. Dr. Grant Anderson is Unverifiable (Does NOT Exist)
Dr. Grant Anderson calls himself a holistic physician who owns a clinic in San Diego. Well I searched and searched, and I couldn’t find anything about any holistic clinic run by a Grant Anderson in San Diego.
Furthermore, Anderson claims to be ‘an independent researcher in alternative medicine and a frequent contributor to some of the nation’s leading alternative health sites.’ Well I searched and searched … but I couldn’t find any article written by a Dr Grant Anderson in any alternative medicine site. I also searched for him on the medical sites whose logos he posted (MedicineNet.com, News Medical, Earth Clinic) but came up with nothing.
The photos passed off as him are untraceable. I can’t say that they are stock or stolen photos, as they are not found anywhere else except on the Fungus Remover website.
Bottom Line: Dr Grant Anderson of Fungus Remover is untraceable and unverifiable. Serious red flag!
2. Dr Jiang Xi Liu is Unverifiable (Does NOT Exist)
Anderson describes Dr Jiang Xi Liu as an 83-year old ‘celebrity’ Chinese doctor who has a reputation of curing ‘almost any disease.’ Jiang reportedly lives and practices in Nianjing, China, and has spoken at top Chinese medical universities like Peking Union Medical College and Nanjing University Of Chinese Medicine.
Well I tried to verify this claim by searching at the above-mentioned institutions’ websites … only to come up with nothing. Given that this doctor is allegedly famous with a lot of scientific papers published in medical journals, I thought that it would be easy finding information about him. How wrong I was! I spent hours searching and searching … and nothing.
3. Unverifiable Testimonials.
All the testimonials featured on Fungus Remover website are impossible to verify. Interestingly, the testimonials all bear Facebook avatars. This same thing was done by the scammer behind 11 Day Diabetes Fix.
The Fungus Remover scammer went further by posting what looks like testimonials he received to his Gmail inbox. But that sure is NOT a Gmail testimonial. In fact, it is nothing but a cleverly coded HTML script designed to look like the real thing. If the testimonials were really taken from his Gmail inbox, then it would have been a screenshot.
Fungus Remover is Based on Lies
According to Grant Anderson, fungal infection of the skin and nails is NOT caused by fungal spores, but by ‘something that’s breeding in your blood.’ This ‘something’ can only be seen using a dark-field microscope.
Well, that’s a fundamental lie. Fact is that fungal infection of the skin and nails are exclusively caused and spread by fungal spores. For those that do not know, most fungi reproduce via spores.
Anderson also told us a lot of basic lies about fungal infections:
- Fungal infections of skin and nails are more common in older people. NOT true! Superficial fungal infections is not dependent on age. For example, ringworm is a very common fungal skin infection in children.
- You can cure fungal infection in less than 12 hours. Outrageous lie! Fact is, fungal infections are well-known to be difficult to treat. This is because they have similar cell structure to that of humans, which makes it difficult for the immune system to fight them. This also means that any drug used to treat fungal infections will be toxic to human cells. That’s why fungal medications often have side effects, especially when taken orally.
The above information contain truths which even a non-medical professional knows about. It is absolutely shameful that a ‘doctor’ who claims to have spent 30 years researching on fungal infections would make these false claims!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Fungus Remover. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: FungusRemover.net
One more thing: Anderson claims that Dr Jiang wanted him to sell Fungus Remover for $399. But because they really want you to get rid of your fungal infection, they slashed the price to $299 … sorry, $199.
Oh no wait … that’s still too much! … says Anderson. Get the full Fungus Remover package for $79, or at least get the basic package for $69.
Try to leave the page, and another pop-up block you. Then you are offered the packages for a 15 minute-limited, cut-throat price of $39 and $29 respectively.
This just screams scam to me. Don’t fall for it!
This product is marketed by Software Projects. So if you made the mistake of buying Fungus Remover, you can request a refund by using this form or by calling 1-800-218-1525.
Alternative to Fungus Remover
Instead of wasting your money on Fungus Remover, I recommend that you try:
Candida Crusher. Written by experienced New Zealand-based certified naturopathic doctor Eric Bakker, this program is designed to treat any kind of fungus infection. It has a solid reputation among the naturopathic medicine community and I strongly encourage you to check it out. Read my review for more details.
Please note that this program will only work for those who are ready to follow instructions. Candida Crusher is NOT a program for lazy people.
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