PLEASE BEAWEAR OF THIS NEWS YOUR PUBLITION YOU BE RESPONSABLE FOR THAT <DO NOT DISTROY BEPOLE LIFE FOR FEW CENT ,REBULID HAIRGROWING is scam
I purchased the program and then got a refund a few days later... It's done thru clickbank so you just have to click on a link they send you when you purchase the product and they (clickbank) provide a refund no questions asked. When you go buy the product (for $39.) and try to leave the page it says "stay on the page for a special offer"… when you do, it says "wait, we can't let you go without trying the product... How about $29.?" You can still cancel later and get your money back and when you do, you still can keep the book because it's in digital form (PDF)
I bought the product because I was curious. I wanted to see how they pulled off the "guaranteed to give you a full head of hair" line with a straight face. The older guy on the cover of the book has a before and after picture... it's obviously an older looking bald guy in the before shot and an older looking bald guy with a fancy Hollywood hair type wig in the after shot. That's the first red flag. The book reads like a kid wrote it, not a doctor… I suspect it was written by someone in a foreign language and then they put it thru an online translator… the grammar in it is off in so many places.
it's basically a regiment of foods to buy and eat in meals, foods that are supposed to "kill" 5AR and reduce dht, etc But even their recommendations are difficult to follow... they don't give you detailed lists and portions to eat like they suggest in their video, rather they discribe meals that you should consume… but it's not clear, are the meals they discribe supposed to be eaten once a day...? How about the other meals, do you try to include these ingredients? Many of the foods they suggest are ones you probably eat already, what they do is try and tell you that these particular foods have a special vitamin or ingredient that fights 5AR, and is suppose to be helpful overall. Very hazy.... If you have the book and then re-watch the video, you will see all the places they exaggerate and lie in the video. For example, they say it only costs you an extra $20 a month for the program. With all the varieties of foods they suggest you buy, and often they are suggesting organic foods, there's no way it will only cost you an extra $20. a month. So much of the book doesn't make any sense. If it really did work, and they had a bonafide revolutionary way to grow hair, they would give links to a site where people could show before/after results and a forum so members could praise the product. But what you get when you do a search on their "product" is a lot of links to "shill" sites that pretend to review the product but end up promoting it.
I think people like this get away with this type of stuff by saying "we absolutely super duper guarantee it to work or your money back." The key phrase is "or your money back". Because they are not really guaranteeing it to work, they're guaranteeing that you can get your money back if it doesn't. (which you can, the refund process is easy) They're hoping that you might think "heck it's only $29" and forget to ask for your money back. People like this are only in it for the money, they don't care about you... they pray on desperate guys.
This is the newest way of making money, publishing useless information, making exorbitant claims (or you money back) and seeing who falls for it. The people who sent me this offer often send similar offers, many times they look for books or publications that were written 100 years ago (so it would be hard to enforce copy-write law) and then send out a spam email offer (live forever, gain untold riches, etc) only $49. I checked out a few to find information/books written a century ago, and nothing like the video said it would be… thank god it was guaranteed.
good luck in your search, don't be afraid to explore, and I hope you find what you're looking for…