Last updated on January 17th, 2020 at 12:57 am
Survive in Bed by ‘Jack Bridges’ is a useless scam and you should stay away from it! This product claims to cure the root cause of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) but by the time you finish reading this review, you’ll come to the realization that it is just another piece of junk littering the internet!
Jack Bridges claims his Survive in Bed system works in the following ways:
- To increase blood flow in the penis
- To strengthen the blood vessels and
- To ‘clean’ and rejuvenate the blood itself
Jack says his Survive in Bed system is an ‘all-natural’ system designed to ‘relax’ the blood vessels of the penis, thereby allowing free blood flow to the organ which will subsequently result in an erection. The program is all about eating a ‘combo’ of everyday foods and combining it with a supplement. These foods, which is available in any market closest to you, supposedly contain certain ‘enzymes’, ‘amino acids’ and ‘proteins’ that specifically relaxes the blood vessels in the penis. Jack claims that no urologist knows about these ‘miracle’ enzymes.
Jack claims that his program was so powerful that he had to reduce its ‘potency’ so that he wouldn’t be aroused while in office with colleagues. He also claims that you can start seeing results in 7 days but later changes it to 20 minutes later in the video presentation.
But does all these claims hold water? We shall see about that below.
Oh … I almost forgot. Who is Jack Bridges?
Jack Bridges Does NOT Exist!
In the presentation video (which is over 1 hour long), Jack describes himself as a 52-year old former ED sufferer living with his wife Anna in Lincoln, Nebraska. Well if you are in Lincoln, NB and know where he lives, please let me know because there is no sign of him anywhere in Nebraska or online. No social media profile, not even a photo of him on his own website. His name is not mentioned in any reputable health site, except on fake review sites promoting Survive in Bed.
As you know already, this discovery is an absolute indication of a scam, a deal breaker. However, let’s go ahead and list more evidence confirming that Survive in Bed is a scam:
1. Attacks Your Psyche With Insane Back Story
The back story of Survive in Bed is as dramatic as it gets: It was his wife Anna’s 50th birthday. As a birthday gift, Jack gets her favorite flower bouquet and a diamond bracelet she had been eyeing for a long time. But as he was about to enter the house, he overhears Anna weeping and telling her friend of how badly she misses sex and how bad he has become in bed. She then allegedly claims that other men are hitting on her and she is ‘tempted’ to give in to their advances.
On hearing that, Jack states his wife basically ‘took a knife and chopped my manhood clean off’ at that point. The now manhood-less Jack returns to his car and drives to a nearby Starbucks, where he sits for hours thinking about his life. What followed afterwards was about ‘4 months’ of online research, plus trial and error food experiments on ED. Then, by accident, his manhood suddenly returns one morning and after several hot bang-bangs with his wife … Survive in Bed is born.
Well regular readers of Contra Health Scam already know that this story is just one of the common psychological tactics scammers use to capture the emotions of the buyers and weaken their buying defenses. Don’t fall for it because, since Jack Bridges does not exist, this story never happened!
2. Survive in Bed is Based on Half Truths
According to the fictional Jack Bridges, Erectile Dysfunction occurs because the blood vessels in your penis are ‘not relaxing’. This, Jack concludes, is the root cause of ED.
However, Jack is only telling you a half-baked truth because he failed to answer this important question: What causes the blood vessels to not relax? The answer to this question is … A LOT. Lets list some of them:
- Heart disease
- Anxiety, depression [Mayo Clinic]
All the above listed, in turn, have their own underlying causes and their treatment approaches are very different. This essentially means that you need to get rid of the root cause of your blood vessels not relaxing (which can be any of the above) before you can get rid of your ED.
As you can see, Survive in Bed is all about making your blood vessels relax without treating the root cause. Yet at the same time, it accuses ‘big drug companies’ of piling people with Viagra/Cialis etc that do not treat the root cause of ED. Ironic, right?
3. Scammer Desperate For Your Money
Jack claims that his Survive in Bed system is worth $640. Then he declares that ‘it is not about the money’ for him. Then he tells you to ‘get [your] manhood back’ by paying him $69.95.
Well from the presentation video, you can easily notice that Jack is really thirsty for your money! In fact, more than 20 minutes of the presentation is spent trying to cajole you into buying the product. He uses every tool in his scam toolbox to break your buying defenses. He scares you by listing the side effects of taking Viagra/Cialis in order to convince you that his ‘100% natural’ Survive in Bed is the best for you. Twice he briefly pauses as if to end the presentation, before popping out again and asking, ‘Still here?’
You try to leave the page, and a pop-up blocks you from leaving. Then you are shown another video pressuring you to buy the product. You are also shown a warning notice which states that the video ‘May Be Taken Down At Any Time Because It Could Ruin The Multi-Billion $$$ Boner Business Forever.’
All these scream desperation. Don’t fall for it!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Survive in Bed. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: SurviveinBed.com
ED is caused by a lot of things. So you need to see your doctor, who will identify the specific cause of your ED and prescribe treatment for it. Scams like Survive in Bed only contain information stolen from online sources and so, nothing new to contribute to what we already know about ED treatment. So it is a complete waste of time and money!
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