Advanced Science Labs and Rock Hard
I am taking a closer look at this rock hard or be rock hard promo from Advanced Science Labs out of Manteno, Illinois. The address on the return label looked familiar and I dug back a bit and found a couple of other products being sent out from the same post office – but not the same box number.
As a matter of fact – I reviewed both of these male enhancement product promotions a while back. The Oxyrect review I did has plenty of comments beneath the article from guys who dealt with the company. As of early 2012 they are still promoting the product. Some people say it makes them sick – others say they couldn’t get their money back. In that promo they claim that their research facility is the Chicago Research Institute. Guess what? That place doesn’t exist. At least I couldn’t find it. Let me know if you come up with anything.
The other product being promoted out of Manteno, IL is Raging Bull. The interesting thing is that the envelope is black and white – just like the Rock Hard one – except instead of calling their company Advanced Science Labs like the rock hard promotion, the Raging Bull one is called New Horizons Labs, Inc. Same post office box number though. Seems a little fishy doesn’t it? You can read my write up about Raging Bull male enhancement here. The Oxyrect box number is different though.
Is Rock Hard The Same As Raging Bull?
There are some differences in the claims they make in the promotional literature though. They seem to be cleaning up their act a little bit – but not much. At least they don’t claim a guy is going to gain 4 inches in thirty days – as a matter of fact they make no size gain claims at all. This is out of character for these guys.
Rock Hard also doesn’t put forth their own expert like most of these promotions do. You know – they put a picture of a guy in a white coat – give him a name – and when you look up his credentials he doesn’t exist? That kind of expert.
These guys get around that fact – that people can easily find out if the expert is real – by showing you pictures of real experts. These professionals are in fact real people. If you look closely though – the statements printed in the literature are only general in nature – the experts are not actually endorsing the product. Very tricky.
What About Ingredients?
Unlike most of these male enhancement pill scams, these guys do in fact show what is in the product. At least you’ll know before hand. The thing that troubles me is that they don’t show the actual ingredients label so you know how much of what stuff is in there. It does lend a bit more credibility to their claim of it being a natural product, but still. You don’t know for sure.
Why So Many Photos?
The rock hard literature is full of all of the necessary photos though. If the product was actually any good why do they need to promote it that way? Most likely because it has proven to work to get the sales needed to keep the scam going. If it is a scam.
The thing is this. If all of their products worked as claimed they wouldn’t need to keep changing the name – the ingredients - the whole thing. Or even starting a whole new company. Why go through all the trouble? More than likely it’s because the products don’t work as advertised – that’s why.
The market for this stuff is huge. There is big demand. The thing about all natural male enhancers (and all e.d. treatments for that matter) is that there isn’t any one thing that works the same for everyone.
The reason I keep writing these reviews is that so many guys get scammed. The company takes their money and they get an inferior product. Sometimes they don’t deliver anything at all! Often, when you request your money back they give you the run around, or you can’t even get a hold of anyone to request a refund.
Time will tell if Be Rock Hard and the other products called All Male and Prostacure from Advanced Science Labs, Inc. are any good, but I’m not holding my breath.
Good luck out there.
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