Last updated on January 17th, 2020 at 02:21 am
Author identity and qualifications0.0/10
Scientific basis of program0.0/10
Presentation of program0.0/10
- Author is unverifiable (does NOT exist)
- Fake testimonials with stolen photos
- Scammy advertising, similar to other scams
- Contains useless information
This is the review that will finally usher in the demise of the long-running scam called Pregnancy Miracle by the alleged Lisa Olson. Don’t be in a hurry to read this review, as it contains shocking facts and evidence proving that we are dealing with a despicable product from a wicked scammer, who is also behind Yeast Infection No More, a scam I exposed last week on this blog.
Created in 2008, Pregnancy Miracle claims to have the ‘sure-fire, 100% guaranteed, clinically researched system that is backed by 65,000+ hours of alternative medicine expertise with holistic and Chinese medicine research for getting pregnant quickly and naturally.’ According to the author Lisa Olson, not only will her book cause you to get pregnant in 2 months, but it will simultaneously cure the infertility affecting both you and your husband.
In a nutshell, Pregnancy Miracle claims that it will help:
- Reverse Your or Your Partner’s Infertility Naturally and Safely Within 8 Weeks
- Get pregnant quickly and Give Birth to Healthy Children
- Optimize the Efficiency of Your and Your Partner’s Reproductive Systems
- Reduce the Risk of Miscarriage and Other Pregnancy-Related Complications Give Birth to Healthy Babies
- Avoid the Expensive Costs, Risks and Side Effects of Drugs and Surgeries
- Repair and Optimize the Circulation of Your Energies Maximize Your Overall Mental, Physical and ‘Spiritual’ Health
- Eliminate unwanted hair and other hormonal disorders related symptoms
- Fight depression, mood swings, PMS and anxiety
- Eliminate bladder pressure, bloating and digestive disorders
- Feel lighter, healthier, look younger and more energetic.
- Experience enhanced elimination, thicker hair and healthier skin and nails
- Have increased mental clarity, enthusiasm and vitality.
- And a Whole Lot More
But as you will soon discover, this book essentially contains worthless information and will never help you get pregnant or cure your infertility or what else have you in the list above.
So lets dig in. Why do I call Pregnancy Miracle a scam?
1. Lisa Olson is Unverifiable (Does NOT Exist)
For a product that has existed on the web for 8 years, it is very strange that the owner does not have a single social media profile. Do a quick Google search, and all you see are fake social media profiles of failed Clickbank affiliates trying to earn commissions off of social media traffic. The photo purported to be of Lisa Olson is unverifiable … and so is her claim that she is a ‘Chinese Medicine Researcher, Alternative Health and Nutrition Specialist, Health Consultant and Former Infertility Sufferer.’
If you cannot verify that the owner of a health product is a real person who is really who he claims he is, then better stay away from that health product because it is most likely a scam or worse, a dangerous scam!
2. That Indian Doctor Again! (Identity Theft)
Whoever created Pregnancy Miracle is an identity thief because he is using the hijacked profile of Dr Suneil Kumar – an Indian-born general practitioner and online freelancer – to add a doctor’s touch to his scam product! Kumar’s hijacked profile has been used to endorse scams like The 3 Week Diet, ED Miracle, Red Smoothie Detox Factor and Yeast Infection No More. The fake endorsement is of course provided by Doctor-Certified.com, a shady website with a supposed ‘board of doctors’ that I’ll soon expose on Contra Health Scam!
WARNING: Stay away from any website with ‘Doctor Certified’ logo floating on it!
3. Similar to Another Known Scam Yeast Infection No More
As noted earlier in this review, the owner of Pregnancy Miracle also created Yeast Infection No More, a scam I previously exposed. Now how do I know this, you may ask. Well compare Pregnancy Miracle’s website with Yeast Infection No More’s and you’ll see that it has the same webpage design and the same video presentation style. They also have similar claims, the most notable ones being that the video ‘will not be online for long’ (Pregnancy Miracle is 8-years old now) and that the product caters for both men and women (a big, fat lie because from the look of things, it is clear that the scammer is targeting desperate women, which is very disheartening).
4. Contains Useless Information
Finally, the so called pregnancy wonder book by Lisa Olson is full of useless information that will get you nowhere near getting pregnant or curing your infertility. All you will receive is a 130+ page book discussing general stuff about Chinese medicine and useless info about fertility-enhancing vitamins. For more details, watch this video by certified acupuncture and Chinese medicine specialist Charlene Lincoln – who actually bought and read the book … and is now telling you to stay away from it!
In the video description she wrote:
As an acupuncturist who treats fertility I like to review all the fertility books I can find to help my clients. I came across pregnancy miracle aka pregnalarex miracle and the sales page hooked me. What I found was a horrendously written ebook that is filled with a lot of information that is essentially useless to a couple who is trying to conceive. Lisa Olsen the author does not exist and the testimonials are not real. Yes the book extensively talks about the benefits of Chinese medicine but the information given is not helpful.
Final Conclusion: DON’T Buy Pregnancy Miracle. It is A Scam!
Ignore the pop-up preventing you from leaving the website as you attempt to leave the page. Don’t waste your money and time on this product because by now, it is pretty clear that it is a useless piece of junk with a great name. Infertility is a well-known, devastating condition, but there are thousands of proven approaches to treatment you can explore depending on your case. However, you must follow your doctor’s recommendation for them to work … and don’t forget that God has the final say.
So that’s it for Pregnancy Miracle review. Final verdict: scam. Please share this review to the relevant people so that they too will be informed. It will also accelerate the death of Pregnancy Miracle, thereby putting the scammer behind it out of business. Thank you!