I took a look at the Phero-Game male enhancement product promoted by Doctor Andrew Marcus today.  I am pretty sure you can’t trust and believe everything this company is saying, and I’ll tell you why in this review.

Whenever I get a promotion like this in the mail, the first thing I do is start doing some internet research.

When I searched for Dr. Andrew Marcus, Andrologist and Oncologist, I could not find him.  There are plenty of other doctors by the same name spread across the country, but I could not find one that is a licensed Andrologist or Oncologist.

I would think that if a guy has 46 years of “medical experience” as stated in their promotional literature you’d be able to find him on the internet. That’s the first red flag for me.

If you do a search for the guy and add “Pherogame” or “Phero-Game” to the search you don’t get any matching results to come up either.  Matter of fact… the website for the company does not come up either.

Seems very strange, don’t you think?

One thing I will say is that the promotional literature is very well put together.  So well in fact that many guys will be fooled into thinking this is a legitimate company and product.  Now I don’t know if their products will do what they say they will.  I have not tried them, and I don’t intend to try them either.

There are a couple of other things they claim that don’t add up either.

They are guaranteeing that within 110 seconds after taking just one of their blue pills you will get an erection.  Sheesh… even I am not so stupid to think that any “pill” can do that.  Even the best prescription meds take longer than that.  Besides, the body doesn’t process substances in pill form that fast.  That’s strike two for me.

They also included a flyer that purports to be a copy of an article from a leading men’s health magazine.   This magazine is supposed to be called Men’s Sexual Health Magazine.  The article is allegedly written by a Myriame R Bender.  Yep… you guessed it.  I could not verify that either of them exist!  It seems to all be made up!  Try a internet search yourself,  you’ll see what I mean.

This seems like downright shady promotion to me.  I don’t know how these scam artists get away with it.  It really pisses me off.

I won’t even get into all of the other things about their claims, their “green pheromone pill”, their “testimonials”, the fact that they don’t tell you the ingredients of the product, etc.  Just what I have noted above scares me off.  I can’t verify one thing about the Phero-Game Research Institue or their product, other than that they have a real cheesy website with an order form on it.

From past experience with companies like this I bet that website won’t be up for long, and nobody is going to get their money back after the product doesn’t work for them.

Does anything work?

I do have personal experience with a product that works for me though.  That product is VigRX Plus.  Maybe you have heard about it.  This is a product that has been around for many years, is an all natural male enhancer, and many, many, guys have given their own testimonials of the effectiveness of the product.

VigRX Plus is priced in line with other natural male enhancement products that work.  It is not the cheapest one out there for sure, but I am willing to pay for performance.  Isn’t that what guys who need a little bit of libido enhancement want?  Something that actually works?

You can get as much information about the product as you could possibly want by clicking the banner I put down below.  You can check out the ingredients, the money back guarantee, the testimonials, the Real doctor statements, the double blind clinical studies, and much more.

So if you want to see if VigRX will work for you, click the banner below and check it out.  If you don’t get the results you are looking for I can assure you that you won’t have any trouble getting your money back.  Victor Mayfield