There was a single night that caused me to look for legitimate ways to lengthen my penis (without surgery). You can read the whole story of that event here.
While I was researching various male enhancement options I found a ton of things that looked like scams. There were penis enlargement oils, creams, ebooks, exercise DVD’s, etc., And there were a ton of devices, stretchers, weights and other products.
Some of these penis enlargement products looked legitimate enough to do further research. And then there were the other products and websites that screamed SCAM. I recall seeing one website that had the worst before and after pictures I’ve ever seen. If someone is going to setup a website to try and sell a penis enlargement product they should find someone who knows Photoshop much better. This site looked like someone pasted an elephant dong on a normal guy and called it an “after” picture. It was hilarious!
So, Is SizeGenetics A Scam?
There was a few things about the Size Genetics system and device that I thought was worthy of more reading and investigation.
First of all, most of the online scam sites are just one or two pages. You get very vague descriptions and it’s hard to find answers to many of your questions. Many of the reviews are obviously faked, etc., The SizeGenetics website was one of the largest, most in-depth websites I found in the male enhancement niche. The provide a TON of information on their website. I was able to see before and after pictures (that weren’t photo-shopped I think), read a medical study, and learn about different options. I was impressed by the amount of information they provided. Most sites seem to be hiding the details. The actual results pictures on their website and information has answers to almost any question you can think of.
Second, many of the scam sites make it very hard to get a customers support person on the phone, or even send them an email. The customer support is really good. I called the phone number of customer support before I ordered just to see if a human would answer the phone.
So Why Are Some People Posting That SizeGenetics Is A Scam?
I’m not sure, but I have my theories. When I was deciding whether to purchase SizeGenetics I surfed around a read a lot of reviews.
A few of these reviews were really negative. Most of the negative reviews were focused on the price. And I don’t think there’s anything wrong with someone resisting a purchase because of price. Do some research, read the facts and descriptions, and if you don’t think you’ll get value for your hard-earned dollar, don’t buy it.
Calling SizeGenetics a scam because it’s expensive is ridiculous!
And, the crazy thing is that they offers a 6 month satisfaction refund. If you don’t like the product, or get the results you want, you get a refund.
Their refund policy is setup so you return the device and contact the company and they give you your money back. I think there’s a $20 restocking fee or something like that.
One of the negative reviewers stated he was angry that he didn’t get his money back WITHOUT sending the product back. That’s not a scam, that’s an idiot review!
My Size Genetics Scam Theory
I found that the majority of negative reviews from people posting that Sizegenetics was a scam were from people who were promoting other male enhancement options. Whenever I read posts like that I seriously wonder if the posted ever even tried the product, or read their website. If they did, they would realize there’s a 6 month refund period.
So, I think most of these SCAM posting were from others looking to promote their device by putting down the product
From what I’ve seen they look pretty legit.
Here’s the manufacturer’s website. Visit it and surf around and see if you think it’s a scam, or not. I think you’ll be surprised by the information, expertise, results and recommendations on their website.