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To avoid wasting your hard-earned money,
Do NOT buy Secratatropin HGH until you read this first...
Occassionally, I'll receive an email from someone asking for my opinion about a product called Secratatropin HGH, so I have finally decided to write a web
page dedicated to evaluating their product. Here it is!
I strongly urge you to read my review carefully before you decide to purchase
Secratatropin HGH. It just might save you a lot of money and disappointment. But more on that in a moment...
To start off with, I'd like to ask you a question:
Why are you searching for information about Secratatropin HGH anyway?
I bet that you first heard about Secratatropin HGH after doing an online search for hgh and finding one or more "review sites" with unbelievably great reviews about this product.
And I bet those "review sites" you found which highly recommended Secratatropin HGH all looked and sounded suspiciously similar, am I right?
If by some chance you didn't happen to notice the obvious similarities of each "review site" recommending Secratatropin HGH that I'm talking about, then you
may want to take a quick moment to revisit those sites you found and have a closer look. I think you'll clearly see that all of these "review sites" which
recommend Secratatropin HGH are almost identical.
Sure, there may be a few subtle differences between each site, but most things are exactly the same:
- the same images, text and layout
- the same "rating" format style they like to use
- the same identical "top recommended hgh products" (rated 2 - 5) that no one has ever heard of such as Humovox, Invigorate HGH, Avatropin, and Xtreme HGH
- the same generic articles about hgh which I'm guessing they think lends credibility to their site
- and so on...
So why do all of these Secratatropin HGH "review sites" look and sound the same?
The answer is simple - because they were ALL clearly created by the same person.
And who is this person, you ask?
Why it's none other than the very same person who just happens to own
Secratatropin HGH (along with all of the other products his "review sites" happen to "recommend" - such as Humovox, Invigorate HGH, Avatropin, and Xtreme HGH).
Pretty sneaky, right?
So in other words, the only person actually recommending Secratatropin HGH is the owner of Secratatropin HGH.
In fact, there are literally NO OTHER REVIEWS that I can find online recommending Secratatropin HGH that
weren't created by the owner of Secratatropin HGH. Trust me, I checked.
Anyway, this guy has obviously been busy, since there are several of his "review sites" for Secratatropin HGH floating around online - but apparently he's also a little bit lazy since they are all pretty much
identical. I'm guessing he's hoping that no one will notice. I hate to break the news to him, but I did notice.
Well I don't know about you, but I find this type of deceptive marketing an insult to my intelligence.
But unfortunately, despite all of the obvious similarites which should be a red flag to anyone that something fishy is going on, there still seem to
be plenty of people falling for this ruse. I say this because this product has been around for well over a year, and the owner of Secratatropin HGH still seems to
have plenty of money to keep spending on advertising his "review sites". What a shame.
But the good news here is that now you know what's going on. You have just become a better-informed consumer. You can use your new-found knowledge about
Secratatopin HGH and their phony "review sites" to make a wiser buying decision.
You may not care about how Secratatropin HGH chooses to market their product to consumers. Or maybe you do care and you feel it's morally wrong. My goal here is
not to tell you what you should or should not buy, but rather to simply inform you about how they operate so that you can make a smart buying decision based on
facts and not deception.
Now I was originally going to conclude this web page here, but then I had a change of heart...
You may think I'm crazy, but after careful consideration, I decided to give this product a try anyway... despite the questionable marketing practices
which I've just revealed to you.
My reasoning is that there may be a chance that Secratatropin HGH really is as good as the owner claims it is. Who knows? Just because I don't agree with how
he sells his product doesn't mean I won't like his product if I actually try it. So that's what I decided to do, just to be fair.
I bought a few bottles of Secratatropin HGH, gave them a fair and honest try, and now that my trial is complete, I'm reporting my results to you below on this
What I experienced is pretty interesting, so keep on reading!
My 3 Month Trial of Secratatropin HGH
I decided that the best way to fairly evaluate the effectiveness of Secratatropin HGH was to actually try it. Makes sense, right?
After all, the only way to really know if something works or not is to try it - or find someone
who has actually tried it and will honestly tell you if it works or not.
Well, since there are absolutely no honest reviews out there about Secratatropin HGH (since all reviews you will find are from the owner), I decided to play the guinea
pig and try it for myself.
So that's exactly what I did. A few months ago, I paid a whopping $299.85 for 4 bottles
of Secratatropin HGH, which I ordered from their website. Ouch - pretty expensive stuff!
Even though it's absurdly expensive, I justified the cost to myself by believing I could return the bottles for a refund and get my money back if I decided it wasn't worth the high cost.
You see, they advertise a 90 day money back guarantee all over their website. So my plan was simple: I would use Secratatropin HGH every day as recommended
for just under 3 months and evaluate my results. If I loved the product, I would buy more when I could afford it and tell you how great it is. But if I was
disappointed with the product, then I felt confident that I could return the 4th full bottle (along with the 3 empty bottles I had saved) just before the 90 day
period expired so that I could get all my money back like they promised.
Despite my knowledge that all of their good reviews were totally fake, I still had high hopes for Secratatropin HGH and I wanted to give it a real chance to work, so I took
extreme measures to make sure that I could evaluate it fairly.
Here's how I prepared for my trial:
- First, before I began the trial, I stopped taking any other supplements 45 days beforehand, just to make sure there were no unforeseen conflicts or false results. To be on the safe side, that even included no multi-vitamins.
- Second, I did not take any supplements or medications at all during the entire course of the trial. I did this to make sure that nothing else was affecting the results positively or negatively in any way.
- Next, I didn't change or alter my diet or exercise regimen in any way while using Secratatropin HGH.
- And finally, I religiously followed the directions on the bottle for using it and I never missed a dosage.
So what happened? Did I see any results?
Unfortunately, no. I experienced absolutely NO RESULTS.
Uunless you count the nausea I seemed to feel each night after taking it, or the diarrhea I had for the first 3 weeks, or the persistent stomach aches...
So here's what happened:
The first few days were the worst. I'm used to taking a lot of supplements, so I was surprised at how bad I felt each night after taking
each dose. I felt kind of sick to my stomach almost the entire time I used the product. So yes, for basically 2 1/2 months, I felt like crap.
It's very strange because I've never had such a bad reaction to any other supplement before. Then there was the diarrhea, which started about
3 days after beginning my trial. It lasted on and off for around 3 weeks. I was in fine health - no cold or flu - and my diet did not change
whatsoever, so it had to be a result of taking Secratatropin HGH. It's the only explanation I can come up with.
Obviously, this was very disappointing to experience.
Secratatropin HGH seemed to be having an opposite effect on me than it was supposed to.
My first thought was that I could possibly be having an adverse reaction to one of the ingredients, but that wasn't the case. Even though their site doesn't show
a supplement facts label for their product, the bottle has one on printed on the label and all of the ingredients are common ones that I've used many times before in
other products with no problem. So again, it wasn't a particular ingredient that was disagreeing with me. My only thought was that it could either be the quality
of the ingredients (which can vary greatly from product to product) or else a problem or mistake that was created in making it during the manufacturing process.
I have no other explanation.
But regardless of what was causing my nausea and diarrhea, I was feeling so lousy I almost decided to stop taking it. Luckily, around
that time I was contemplating this, the diarrrhea started to subside a bit and so even though the nausea continued, I decided to stick it out
and finish the trial as I had intended.
Anyway, to make a long story short - I polished off 2 bottles during a 60 day period and still had experiend absolutely NO POSITIVE RESULTS.
I still felt kind of sick to my stomach at times, but at least the diarrhea had finally gone away completely after 60 days!
As I began using the 3rd bottle, I decided it was time to email Secratatropin HGH and ask them why I was feeling so crappy. Maybe others had experienced
this type of reaction before. So I sent them a polite email, explaining my persistent nausea and my diarrhea. I told them I had completed 2 bottles and
was starting my 3rd bottle and had yet to experience any positive results whatsoever, and so I wanted a possible explanation and advice.
So I sent my email to them and waited. And waited. And waited. Five days went by with no reply - so I verified the email address and resent my email.
Another 3 days passed by and still no response from them. So I resent the same email again! Guess what? They never replied.
I was now about 75 days into my trial. I had experienced NO RESULTS. I still felt sick to my stomach each time after I took a dose, and I had started
experiencing a dull ache in my tummy throughout the day. Not only that, I began feeling quite tired, which is unusual for me. All of this was very odd
because I'm a very healthy person and I rarely get sick or feel bad for any long period of time. Here I was taking a product that was supposed to make me
feel better, and I just kept feeling worse the longer I took it. And to top it all off, they couldn't even bother to answer my email !
So I decided to send them another email as a test. I sent it from my same email address. This time, however, I told them that I was very interested in buying their
product and wanted to know if I could pay extra to have it overnighted to me. Well guess what? This time, they wrote back right away! So I'm sure they did
receive my 3 previous email messages but just decided to ignore them.
So now I knew that not only was their product terrible, but their customer service was as well.
At that point, after realizing how poor their customer service is, I started to worry about getting my money back from them. I have had bad experiences with
other companies in the past so I wanted to make sure I followed all of their rules completely.
It was obvious that Secratatropin HGH was not helping me in any way so I decided to end my 3 month trial about 2 weeks early and discontinue using it. I then
packed up all of the bottles (the unopened one and the empty ones) and shipped them all back to them to their return address via USPS Priority Mail. I even
added tracking just to make sure they got it.
Within a few days, the tracking information showed that they had received my return so I sat back and waited for them to refund my $299.85, which is a lot of
money to me.
A week went by and after checking my credit card statement online, I realized that they still had not refunded my money! I was annoyed, so I immediately sent
them an email telling them that I returned the product within 90 days and that I wanted an immediate refund. I provided them my original order information as well
as the USPS tracking information which proved that they had received the return.
Well, just as I worried might happen, 2 days passed and they never replied. But I wasn't giving up, so I emailed them again asking for my refund. And once again,
they never replied. I was starting to see the same pattern here, just like before..
It was pretty clear that they had no intention of replying to my emails or giving me the refund that I was entitled to have.
Now the funny thing is, as I was going through this ordeal, I double-checked their money-back guarantee on their site and I found something really odd.
In some areas, their website promises a 90 day money back guarantee. But in other areas, they promise only a 60 day money back guarantee. How confusing is that?
I found it to be very strange so I decided to take a screen shot of it (see below).
Look closely - Secratatropin HGH claims to offer a "100% 60 day money back guarantee" and then right below that it says "you're protected by our 90 day money back guarantee"!!!
So which is it?
At first, I thought this must be an honest mistake on their part, but then I started to wonder - is this intentional? Are they purposely trying to confuse people
about the length of their guarantee so that they can use it to avoid paying out refunds to those who return their orders after 60 days?
I can't say for sure, but given the fact that they obviously refused to refund my order even though I returned it within 90 days, I can't help but wonder if
this isn't yet another attempt at deception on their part. Maybe I'm being overly skeptical here. I don't know. But it just seems fishy to me, just like everything
else has with them.
What do you think? Is their guarantee mixup an honest mistake or intentional? Send me an email and tell me your thoughts.
Anway, that was my experience with using Secratatropin HGH. I apologize if this review sounded a bit more negative than some of my other reviews. I really do try to be
totally objective and open-minded with each trial and review, and I believe I was quite open-minded going into this trial. But after feeling sick all
of the time while using Secratatropin HGH, I really got fed up with the product to be quite honest. And getting cheated out of nearly $300 didn't help make
matters any better.
So what's the bottom line here?
My research here has shown me several things:
- Secratatropin definitely doesn't work. It's as simple as that. I actually tried it for 2 1/2 months and I saw absolutely no results during that time.
- Not only that, as I described in detail above, I felt quite sick while using it. And I have no explanation for this other than the product itself.
- All of the positive reviews for Secratatropin HGH are completely bogus. Every site which recommends Secratatropin HGH is nearly identical because they were all created by the owner of Secratatropin HGH.
- Secratatropin HGH customer service is very poor. Once you have ordered from them, don't ever expect them to answer any questions from you.
- Secratatropin HGH does not honor their 90 day money back guarantee. Furthermore, their site contains conflicting money back guarantee dates, which may or may not be intentional.
A lot of people who read this page eventually write to me and thank me for warning them about
Secratatropin HGH. Several so far have reported similar stories as mine, particularly in how much worse they felt after taking it as well as them not
honoring their 90 day money back guarantee.
But inevitably, they all ask me the same question...
"So Greg, what's a good alternative to Secratatropin HGH?"
That's a very good question and I'm sorry to anyone who read my page before and left
wondering this very same question.
To help guide you in the right direction, I have updated this web page with more of my
research in this area.
To date, the most effective hgh supplement I have found is a product called GHR1000
which you can find at http://www.ghr1000.com
I highly recommend GHR1000 and after testing many of the top hgh products on the market, I
have found GHR1000 to be the most effective hgh pill you can buy.
It even costs less than Secratatropin HGH when you buy multiple bottles at once!
Unlike Secratatropin, GHR1000 actually works!
I use GHR1000 every day and wouldn't want to do without it. I feel happier, more energetic,
stronger and leaner than I have in years - plus I look better - and I know that it's all because of the GHR1000.
I hope you have found this web page useful.
My whole goal here was to make you an informed consumer. You have the right to know the
facts about something before you actually buy it.
I know what it's like to get burned by clever marketing tricks - which is why I felt the
need to create this web page to begin with.
In any case, I like to be fair, so if you still decide that you want to buy Secratatropin
despite everything that I've said, then be my guest - but consider yourself warned.
Otherwise, if you'd like to give GHR1000 a try (the best spray in my opinion)
then you can visit them by clicking here
If you're interested in hgh pills, you may want to bookmark my web page and
check back later. I'll be updating this page periodically with my progress
as I use GHR1000 and test other products as well.
I'd like to add more information to this page so that future readers can stay
informed. The purpose here is to simply help you make a smart buying
decision when it comes to human growth hormone products.
There are a lot of different HGH sites out there which make wild claims
about their products. My goal is to cut through all the hype and give
consumers the facts about which HGH products really work.
So if you have any comments or suggestions about how to improve
this page I'd love to hear from you. You can email me here.
I'd especially like to hear from anyone who has tried GHR1000 or
any other type of HGH product.
If you like, I can even post your email here (anonymously,
of course). Anyway, thanks for reading and I hope this information
helps in some way.
Best of luck,
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