Don’t waste your time, energy, and money trying Fungus Shield Plus by ‘Richard Parker’ because it is a nonsensical scam! This review will be a short one because I’ve already reviewed a clone of this scam back in December 2016. But for documentation’s sake, let me use a few sentences to relegate this scam to the waste bin it rightfully belongs.
Created in December 2016, Fungus Shield Plus claims to be the product that will eliminate your fungal infection ‘… in as little as a day.’ This claim is already a big problem, as it is IMPOSSIBLE to get rid of a fungal infection within a day (except if there is a divine intervention). But the fake author Richard Parker is very confident that it can achieve this feat, because he claims to posses the secret behind the reason why NASA astronauts allegedly do not have fungal infections.
Well let’s skip all the long, boring stories and scientific quotes littered all over the presentation and skip to the fun part: Why is Fungus Shield Plus a scam?
1. Richard Parker Does NOT Exist!
Richard Parker introduces himself to us as:
- ‘The number 1 man on Big Pharma’s death list!’
- ‘The man who single-handedly has made Big Pharma lose 1 Billion Dollars in less than a month!’
Wow. What a pompous fellow, don’t you think?
Later on, he informs us that he graduated from ‘College of Medicine at the University of Florida’ in 1998 and that he’s been working for the past 17 years as a ‘medical researcher at a laboratory affiliated with NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.’
Well, the problem here is that the photo passed off as Richard Parker CAN’T Be Parker. This is because the same photo is passed off as that of Grant Anderson, the fictional author of Fungus Remover – a scam previously exposed on this blog.
So this leaves us with the question:
Obvious answer: NEITHER. Conclusion: Richard Parker does NOT exist!
2. Similar To Fungus Remover
If you take a quick look at Fungus Shield Plus and Fungus Remover, it won’t take you more than a minute to realize that they are basically the same. Both websites have the same design, the same photo of the author, the same script, same video presentation style. There are some differences though:
- The author’s photo bears the name ‘Richard Parker’ on Fungus Shield Plus and ‘Grant Anderson’ on Fungus Remover.
- In Fungus Shield Plus, the author’s father had his legs amputated but in Fungus Remover, the author’s dad died
- In Fungus Shield Plus, the ‘secret’ involves NASA astronauts and Vietnamese rice farmers while in Fungus Remover, the ‘secret’ involves a ‘famous Chinese doctor.’
- In Fungus Remover, the author claims that fungal infection is not caused by spores. But Fungus Shield says the opposite.
These are the four differences I had the patience to spot. But if you have time on your hands (I don’t), you can go ahead to look through both websites as I believe there are still some differences scattered inside.
Fungus Shield Plus is also similar to another scam I exposed on this blog: 11-Day Diabetes Fix.
3. Unverifiable Testimonials.
Just like Fungus Remover and 11-Day Diabetes Fix, the testimonials featured on Fungus Shield Plus are unverifiable and made with Facebook avatars. Nothing much to say here.
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Fungus Shield Plus. It’s A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: FungusShield-Plus.com
As I said, this review will be short because it is nothing more than a clone of Fungus Remover, which I have already thoroughly reviewed. So don’t waste your money on this product … not worth it!
Just like Fungus Remover and 11-Day Diabetes Fix, Fungus Shield Plus is marketed by Software Projects. So if you made the mistake of buying it, you can request a refund by using this form or by calling 1-800-218-1525.
Alternative To Fungus Shield Plus
Instead of wasting your money on Fungus Shield Plus Scam, I recommend you try this program for your fungus infection:
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 in the naturopathic medicine community and I strongly encourage you to check it out. Read my review for more details.
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