PHGH Natural Male Enhancement
Don’t waste your money trying PHGH Natural Male Enhancement for your erectile dysfunction because it is a scam! This product by ‘porn star John Lawrence’ is nothing but a piece of junk that belongs to the refuse dump … and you’ll find out why in this unbiased review.
Created in 2011, PHGH (aka PHGHRx) claims to be ‘the most effective and highest-quality product on the market’ as far as erectile dysfunction is concerned. Its mission? ‘…Helping Men Take Their Libidos To Their Highest Level, Giving Them Full, Hard Erections, at Any Age.’ Oh, really? We shall see about that.
Ingredients of PHGH
PHGH, according to the fictitious Lawrence, contains all the 5 herbal compounds ‘which help to maximize men’s sexual health.’ These wonder herbal compounds include:
- Tribulus terrestris – a herb that stimulates production of testosterone.
- Arginine – an amino acid which promotes the production of nitric acid. This acid, a potent vasodilator, causes blood to flow into your penis, leading to an erection.
- Tongkat Ali – A herb which was allegedly used by ancient Indonesians to boost testosterone and dopamine levels, hence enhancing libido.
- Epimedium (Horny Goat Weed) – a Chinese herb which also helps in relaxing the blood vessels, which leads to a full erection
- Maca – A ‘rare folk medicine’ that boosts semen volume, increases sperm count and enhances libido.
Lawrence claims that the reason why most erectile dysfunction supplements don’t work is because they usually contain ‘one, or maybe two at most’ of the above-listed ingredients. To him, every male enhancement supplement must contain all five ingredients for it to work.
OK. So why is PHGH a scam?
1. ‘John Lawrence’ Does NOT Exist!
John Lawrence claims to be ‘a male pornstar who’s starred in over 100 films.’ Well that’s a lie because he’s just a stock photo that you can buy at Getty Images!
To make matters worse, Lawrence never tells us how he qualified to manufacture an erectile dysfunction supplement. If his qualification is just being a male pornstar with 100+ films in his belt, then I have this question: Since when did pornstars become erectile dysfunction experts? Specifically, since when did pornstars become supplement manufacturers?
Lawrence claims he manufactured PHGH because the other supplements ‘were just not working for me,’ and he ‘desperately needed something to work!’ And that, gentlemen, is how PHGH was born.
2. PHGH is Manufactured By A Shady Company
PHGH is manufactured by a company calling itself Lawrence Supplements. This company lists its website as 8391 Beverly Blvd #271 Los Angeles, CA 90048. Well I checked out this address using Google Maps, only to discover that it is the address of UPS Store and ISN Education. ISN Education is a well known scam organisation that previously existed at the business complex.
Here, take a look.
It gets worse: The footnote of the PHGH website lists one Altern Marketing LLC as its trademark owner. This company did not reveal its address, but my investigation revealed its address as ‘4316 Marina Cit Marina Del Rey, CA
90292.’ [Justia Trademarks]. Notice the typos in the address? I believe that was an intentional error made by the scammer to hide the fact that the real address is actually 4316 Marina City Dr UNIT 329, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292. This address belongs to a 2-bedroom house that is currently off the market.
So as you can see, we are dealing with a shady company! That’s not all, though.
Speaking about the scammer behind PHGH…
3. PHGH is Part of A HUGE Scam Empire!
According to the Who.is data of PHGH’s website, the website domain was registered in March 2011 by one Josh Golder from Massachusetts, USA. Well I did a reverse Who.is search using Josh Golder’s name and guess what I uncovered? A huge scam empire of 126 websites!
I cannot list all the websites here because they are just too many and most of them have offensive names. However, check it out in all its awfulness here.
Most of the websites are now offline due to a 2013 class-action lawsuit filed against Altern Marketing LLC over its weight loss scam product Garcinia Cambogia.
4. LOTS of Consumer Complaints
The PHGH website has a page dedicated to testimonials. However, they are either unverifiable or utterly fake. For example, ‘Dr Joseph Levine’ is just a stock photo you can buy at 123RF.com.
Real testimonials about PHGH however, are very negative. For example, someone commented on the fake YouTube video testimonial on the page:
This testimonial just demonstrated how toxic PHGH is to your body. If you still want to read more real testimonials, then head over to Amazon.
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY PHGH Male Enhancement. It is a SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: PHGHRX.com
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For more info about PHGH, check out BecomingAlphaMale.com’s review.