(MYSTERY) Hardon Helper Walgreens
(Skype Video Transcript. Carlo Adrian, Freelance Writer. Danny Russo, Private Detective.)
Carlo Adrian : Transcriber this page title Hardon Helper Walgreens. If you want to buy Hardon Helper at Walgreens I am hitting the search terms.
Private Detective Danny Russo discovered Doctor Seltzer once sold his Hard-On Helper Pills from a website he called quoting “Doctor Approved Male Enhancement.”
But “Dr. Seltzer” is not licensed by the Florida Board of Medicine as a Medical Doctor.
And quote “Doctors” cannot capitalize Approve Male Enhancement.
What else is quote “Dr. Seltzer” willing to tell you in order for him to get your credit card?
Now your forensic Internet expert found this. The Hardon Helper, the legal registered agent was Tim Dejoris, was redirecting consumers to a website named title Doctor Approved Male Enhancement.
Danny Russo : Hardon Helper claiming to consumers they are medical doctors. This is the second example.
Hardon Helper second fake medical claim to consumers.
Carlo now you review male supplements. Do you see these claims from other pills on Google Ads claiming to be doctors.
Carlo : Never. I never see the other brands ever saying on Google or Bing they are medical doctors. The website name title Doctor Approved.
Crazy claims to consumers. Hardon Helper actually named the website Doctor Approved.
Tim Dejoris is not a medical doctor licensed in the State of Florida.
And, again this history of claims to consumers.
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