Keep your distance from Urgent Fungus Destroyer by ‘Dr. James Larson’ because it is a scam! This scam is nothing more than the resurrection of dead scams Fungus Remover and Fungus Shield Plus, but this time with a new backstory with a new character. In this review, you’ll find out all you need to know about this product and why you should not spend your hard-earned money buying it. So let’s begin!
Urgent Fungus Destroyer was launched in October 2017. It claims to have the secret that will eliminate your fungal infection ‘for good’ without having to resort to ‘big pharma’ medications. According to Larson, this secret helped him to cure his stubborn toenail fungus … a condition he claims ‘nearly, almost literally, destroyed my entire life and family.’ He also goes further to claim that this cure is so potent that he was able to clear his fungal infection in less than a week.
‘…within 5 to 6 days, ALL of my symptoms: including the ugly yellow and brittle nails, itching all over my legs, and horrible smell, ALL cleared up!’ he exclaims in the video presentation.
Well, we’re going to examine these claims but first, let’s briefly summarize the backstory of this scam, shall we?
Backstories of Urgent Fungus Destroyer
Yeah, you read that correctly. Urgent Fungus Destroyer doesn’t just have one backstory, but two. Here we’re going to briefly summarize them because they are part of the reasons why you must stay away from this product.
We’ll begin with the lead backstory featured in the very dramatic video presentation. In it, Dr. Larson claims that he suffered from toenail fungus and despite being a medical doctor with 27 years experience who has ‘treated everything from the Flu, to Diabetes, to Cancer,’ he was unable to rid himself of the pesky toenail fungus problem. Eventually, he swallowed his pride and visited a podiatrist, who prescribed him the oral antifungal drug Lamisil with no improvement. Meanwhile, he started distancing himself from his wife to the point where the latter started suspecting that he was cheating on her…
Eventually, the Lamisil he was taking caused him a severe liver failure and he was hospitalized. There he was told by his attending physician that there was nothing they could do anymore for his toenail fungus problem since Lamisil – the last-resort drug for the condition – has failed to help him. He even claims that the doctor warned him that his foot may be amputated in 6 months due to the rate his fungus infection was spreading.
A distraught Larson put on his shoes and went home, where he accepted his fate and decided to live his life to the fullest instead of sulking over the bad news he received. Now part of his living life to the fullest involves playing and vacationing with his little granddaughter, but even that one was taken away from him after he unintentionally ‘infected’ his granddaughter and the latter almost dying from the infection.
This is the part where the whole presentation becomes very dramatic. Hear him:
After I find out what room she’s in, I see my wife, my daughter, and my granddaughter, lying there, with her face almost unrecognizable…
And the first words out of her mouth, as she could barely speak was:
“Mr. Fungy Man is going to kill me …”
As my eyes quickly filled up with tears, I told her it would be ok, and walked over to give her a hug …
And that is when the worst moment of my ENTIRE LIFE occurred…
Yes, even worse than when my father passed, and even more painful than the liver failure I suffered just a few weeks earlier.
My granddaughter, my precious granddaughter… grabbed onto her mother, and started crying, SCREAMING as loud as she possibly could, as if I were literally some type of monster.
And at that moment is when I knew, I could no longer depend on big pharma to come up with a solution for fungus.
Anyway, his action movie-like search for a cure eventually led him back to his podiatrist, who reluctantly handed him ‘highly classified documents’ containing secrets the big pharma doesn’t want anyone to know about. This was what he used to cure himself in less than a week and now he wants you to buy it as Urgent Fungus Destroyer.
What a ‘brief’ backstory, huh? Unfortunately, we’re not done yet.
In this second backstory, Dr Larson is no longer a primary care physician, but a ‘medical researcher’ who works for NASA. Also, he’s no longer the person with toenail fungus. Instead, it’s his war veteran brother, who came back from the war front with a debilitating fungal infection.
Another difference is that during his quest to cure his brother, Larson received his ‘classified documents’ not from his podiatrist, but from some ‘medical advisor’ who also works for NASA. These classified secrets, according to this ‘medical advisor’, is the reason why ‘astronauts, NAVY Seals, and other Essential Personnel on the front lines of war and exploration almost never really get sick.’ He then claims that this ‘miracle’ cure is only available to ‘1% that work for NASA, military, and other agencies’ but out of the goodness of his heart, he has decided to share this secret with us the common people. But we have to pay for it, of course.
Anyway, what’s inside this Urgent Fungus Destroyer?
Ingredients of Urgent Fungus Destroyer
We’re told that Urgent Fungus Destroyer has the following ingredients:
- ‘A key Japanese Mushroom Complex known as the “fungus killer”‘
- ‘World’s most powerful probiotic, Beta-Glucan’
- ‘A special ingredient combination of Cat’s Claw, Curcumin and Garlic’
- Lycopene and Quercetin (These supposedly repairs and ‘regenerates’ your skin)
- ‘All-natural pomegranate and olive oil leaf extracts’
- ‘A combination of Selenium, Graviola and Pine-Bark’ (supposedly creates some kind of ‘defense protection’)
- ‘Red raspberry juice, and a VERY high quality of Vitamin C and E’ (supposedly helps protect against future outbreaks)
Well, I’m not really going to bother myself confirming whether these ingredients or their combination indeed work for tackling fungal infections or not. You’ll see why in the subsequent sections of this review. Why is Urgent Fungus Destroyer a scam?
1. Dr. James Larson Does NOT Exist!
As you’ve already learned from the backstories, Dr. James claims to be a general care physician with 27 years of experience who suffered from severe fungal infections. But we can’t even be sure about that because, in a different version of his website, he calls himself a ‘medical researcher’ who did NOT have any fungal infection.
There is a photo purported to be of James which I traced but couldn’t find it anywhere else on the web. However, in the other version of his website (where he’s a medical researcher) he provided a photo of his family. Turns out that the family photo actually belongs to Peter and Shannon McDonald of Romulus, NY. Mind you, Larson told us that he’s from Texas!
Now if James Larson can steal the photo of another family and pass it off as his, how on earth do you expect me to believe that the photo he says is of him is actually his own photo? No chance!
Also, it’s not like it’s the first time I’m seeing this. It was the same scenario in Fungus Remover and Fungus Shield Plus.
Also, at the end of the very dramatic video, we’re shown a video of an elderly couple having a great time with some little girl. The insinuation is that this is a video of Dr. Larson, his wife, and the granddaughter he inadvertently almost killed with his fungus infection. But alas, that video was bought from StockClips.com. Mind you, the man in the video doesn’t look at all like the man in the photo above.
This further affirms my claim that Dr. Larson does NOT exist.
2. Fake Testimonials With Stock, Stolen Photos
All the testimonials featured in Urgent Fungus Destroyer are fake because they are just either stolen or stock photos:
- ‘Malinda J.’ from Tampa, FL is actually the photo of an English woman;
- ‘Daniel Strickland’ from Denver is actually a stock photo you can buy from CanStockPhoto.com;
- ‘Sherrie Lincoln’ from Youngstown, OH is actually a stolen photo from Imgur;
- ‘Bart McKenzie’ from Raleigh, NC is a Twitter profile photo of a man called Clyde;
- ‘Kelsey Bargos’ from Arlington, VA is actually a photo stolen from the Quora profile of a woman named Kris C. Wards.
So as you can see, there is nothing original about these testimonials, and you should definitely not believe any of those made-up stories accompanying these photos.
3. Similar to Dead Scams Fungus Remover, Fungus Shield Plus
On looking at the video page of Urgent Fungus Destroyer, it didn’t take me time to realize that it is similar to Fungus Remover and Fungus Shield Plus, two scams that met their demise shortly after Contra Health Scam’s devastating reviews went live. Although the backstories and the product itself are different, one thing the three scams have in common is this main claim: ‘Blood Microscope Uncovers The Real Root Cause of Fungus And How To Cure It Permanently in One Week…’
That alone is enough for me to conclude that the scammers behind this product were also behind the dead scams. Yet another reason why I will not recommend this product to anyone!
4. Makes False Claims About Fungal Infection
As you know already, Dr. Larson claims that he used Urgent Fungus Destroyer to get rid of his toenail fungus in less than a week. This is outright impossible because it is a well-known fact that fungal infections, especially toenail fungus, are difficult to treat. This is due to the fact that fungi share the same structure as human cells, which makes it difficult for the immune system to get rid of them. Besides, the similarity in cell structure is also the reason why oral antifungal drugs like Lamisil have dangerous side effects, hence why most antifungal drugs are used externally.
All these factors ultimately lead to slow recovery from fungal infections. It takes at least two weeks for a fungal skin infection to resolve with treatment. In Dr. Larson’s case (severe toenail fungus + complications), it takes at least two months. So his claim that he was able to rid himself of toenail fungus in less than a week is absolutely false and misleading. Don’t fall for it!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Urgent Fungus Destroyer. It is a SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: FightFungusNow.com
Unfortunately, if you’ve made the mistake of buying this product, the only way you can get your money back is to file a credit card dispute. Don’t bother asking Dr. Larson for a refund because you’ll never get one. Their so-called ’60-day money-back guarantee’ is a sham, believe me.
Alternative To Urgent Fungus Destroyer: Candida Crusher
Rather than wasting your time buying Urgent Fungus Destroyer, here is a fungus program I highly recommend instead: Candida Crusher by Dr. Eric Bakker.
This program is developed by Bakker, a naturopathic doctor with almost three decades of experience treating fungal infections and psoriasis. His program contains all the information you need to treat any kind of fungal infection and it costs just $47. Compare that with the price of Urgent Fungus Destroyer ($70 a bottle), and you’ll realize that you’re getting a legit, better program at a cheaper price!
Get the program now or read my Candida Crusher review for more details.
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