Last updated on November 17th, 2020 at 01:46 am
Heartburn No More$39.00
Author identity and qualifications0.0/10
Scientific basis of program0.0/10
Presentation of program0.0/10
- Author does NOT exist
- Fake testimonials with stolen photos
- Scammy advertising
- Similar to other well-known scams
- Scientific basis is full of lies
UPDATE: This Heartburn No More review was first published in 2016 and it was based on an older version of the website. The scammers have now updated their website with a new design and a new video presentation. They also made major changes to the script.
The information in this review has been updated to reflect these changes and the verdict still stands. Heartburn No More is STILL a SCAM. Stay away from it!
Heartburn No More by the so-called ‘Jeff Martin’ is a completely useless scam and in this review I’m going to put the final kibosh on this long running, unchecked, medical eyesore of a product made by the same scammer behind known scams Yeast Infection No More and Pregnancy Miracle!
This review is going to be a short one because honestly speaking, Heartburn No More doesn’t deserve a review in the first place! The only reason why I’m bothering myself writing this review is because of the fact that you will find no other honest review of this product online … and it has been around since 2005! I just can’t imagine how many heartburn or GERD (stomach acid reflux disease) sufferers have fallen for this scam. So its high time it got scrubbed off the internet … and its only you esteemed readers that can make that possible.
‘Jeff Martin’ claims that his eBook has helped ‘more than 154,000 men and women’ from ‘over 150 countries’ to get rid of their heartburn in just 2 days and in 2 months obliterate the cause permanently. Well let us not waste our time trying to review the contents of the sham book because of the following reasons:
1. Jeff Martin Does NOT Exist! (Updated)
Jeff Martin is NOT a ‘certified nutrition specialist.’ He is NOT a ‘health consultant.’ He is definitely NOT a ‘medical researcher’ and he is a plagiarizing thief, NOT an ‘author.’ Oh … and he is NOT a ‘former acid reflux sufferer.’
I believe the heading above has explained why I’m 1000% sure about this. For doubters, here is the link to the Shutterstock.com image.
As you can see, the scammer rotated the photo the opposite direction presumably to make it impossible to trace back to Shutterstock. But Contra Health Scam can’t be fooled that easily…
One more thing. Take a look at the screenshot of the presentation video below.
That’s right. Check my Yeast Infection No More review and you’ll see that the scammer used the same author information, but changed the last sentence from ‘former yeast infection sufferer’ to ‘former acid reflux sufferer.’ The same scenario also played out at Pregnancy Miracle.
Major 2020 Update:
The scammers behind Heartburn No More have completely gotten rid of the profile of Jeff Martin described above, replacing it with a less professional one. As at the time of this update, there is a middle-aged dude in the video calling himself Jeff Martin, a 53-year old man living in Irvine, California. Unfortunately for the scammers, it’s pretty clear that the man in the video is just a paid actor reading a script with a green screen positioned behind him.
I must give props to the scammers for replacing the stock photo with a paid actor that is a close look-alike. That’s dedication!
2. Heartburn No More Featured a Fake Doctor Endorsement (Identity Theft!)
After looking at the Heartburn No More website and seeing its similarities with Yeast Infection No More and Pregnancy Miracle (same design, same video style, same narrative, similar claims), I expected to see the fake ‘Doctor-Certified’ logo bearing U.S-based Indian doctor Suneil Kumar’s ‘endorsement.’ floating on it. Well the scammer did not disappoint.
Regular readers of Contra Health Scam should be familiar with this particular screenshot by now. This is because it has been used on a lot of health scam websites including Yeast Infection No More, ED Miracle, Red Smoothie Detox Factor, Pregnancy Miracle and The 3-Week Diet … and it is Contra Health Scam who exposed them all!
WARNING: Any Website with a ‘Doctor Certified’ Logo Floating on It is a SCAM!
Update: This Doctor-Certified website shut down shortly after it was exposed by Contra Health Scam in 2016.
3. Fake Testimonials With Stolen Photos
All the testimonials featured in Heartburn No More are fake because they were made with stolen photos. These photos were not present in the older version of the website, which I reviewed back in 2016. But here they are:
- ‘Greg Nicotero’ is just a stolen photo recycled from this scam called Fast Hydradenitis Suppurativa Cure;
- ‘Bob Lubin’ is just a stolen photo of a man called Adam Cogan or Tony Pimentel;
- ‘Karyn Thompson’ is just another stolen photo taken from the Hydradenitis Suppurativa scam mentioned above. There, she’s called ‘Melissa Brown’ from London, UK. By the way, the scammers behind that website were exposed as South African cyber fraudsters who begged for forgiveness from the Hidradenitis Suppurativa community so that they won’t be reported to the FBI or FDA. I don’t know if the community followed through on their threat though.
- ‘Eric Lieber’ is the stolen photo of a man named Tony Pham.
So as you can see, no good!
4. Lies About the True Cause of Heartburn
According to Martin, the true cause of heartburn is the bacterium called H.pylori. Now while it’s true that this bacterium can cause excessive stomach acid production which can lead to heartburn, Jeff Martin is being dishonest with his claim that it is the root cause. The truth is that H.pylori can cause both an increase or decrease in stomach acid production. H.pylori-induced acid hyperproduction leads to gastritis and peptic ulcers, while H.pylori-induced acid underproduction can lead to stomach cancer. [Gardiner Institute, UK]
Another fact you should know is that acid reflux and heartburn is mostly caused by your diet choices, drugs and alcohol, smoking, obesity and surgical conditions like hiatal hernia. Getting rid of all these risk factors (which are not that hard to do) will resolve your heartburn for good. Jeff Martin failed to tell you this!
Final Recommendation: DON’T BUY Heartburn No More. It is A Useless Scam!
This nonsensical product is marketed by Clickbank. So if you want to get your money back, your best bet is to contact Clickbank using this guide.
In the meantime, spread the word to the relevant audience by sharing this review on social media, forums and discussion boards on acid reflux disease. It is especially important you do this because this is the only honest review of Heartburn No More on the internet!
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