The following commentary about EXTENDOR male enhancement supplements is an excellent run down on the way a lot of products get promoted and the problems that people have with this type of promotion.

Thanks for the heads up Victor… a lot of us do not get around to really digging into and truly looking at the way a product is promoted and simply fall for the hype and outrageous claims that are rarely backed up with anything solid.

By Victor Mayfield

I decided to do a little investigation of this product called EXTENDOR ™ and the company that promotes and sells it after receiving an incredible multi page and multi color brochure in the mail.  I received the brochure out of the blue.  I never requested information from this company.

While the outside of the envelope does say “sexually oriented ad” on it I was quite amazed at the graphic nature of the pictures inside.

When looking at company brochure it would appear that a whole bunch of aging porn stars have let their secret out, but on closer analysis a couple of things just do not add up.

On one of the pages there are quotes from ten different doctors, and while I don’t doubt that the quotes are properly attributed to them, the fact is that upon closer examination none of the doctors are in fact making any recommendation of any kind for the EXTENDOR(tm) product.

The problem I have with this kind of marketing is that it is very sneaky.  It is intended to trick you into thinking that this product has the backing of all of these particular medical experts when in fact it does not.

Now… in the interest of full disclosure I should state that I have not used this product.  I do not know if it works.  The company does offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee so if anyone out there has used it and can vouch for its benefits please comment below.

Another thing that troubles me about the marketing tactics of this company   is that when doing an internet search for the alleged founder and medical director of Physicians Formula Lab, Inc.  Aaron M. Reagans (as noted in the brochure I received) nothing comes up even in the first several pages of the search results.

Wouldn’t you think that if a product with all of the testimonials as noted in their marketing material was so great and gave such good results there would be at least a little something somewhere on the internet about this guy, the actual creator of Extendor(tm)?

It just irks me… these type of promotions for natural male enhancement and things to boost the libido because I have been burned in the past.  All hype, few if any results, and often the company is out of business before you can even get your money back.

If this was a truly legitimate product and company wouldn’t there be more on the internet about it?

After quite a few false starts with various different products I have in fact found one that works for me. VigRX.

The nice thing is that the company that sells the product has great customer service.  They have all kinds of different products in their “Better Sex Mall” and have been around for a long time.  They have products not just for natural male enhancement, but things for the ladies like natural female libido enhancers as well.

They also sell Extenze.  That works okay for me and a lot of guys swear by it, but like I said… VigRX is the best one that I have found.  I just find that I have to stop taking it for a week or so every now and then for consistent results.

Another thing I take occasionally to increase my semen volume is Semenax pills.  I don’t take them all of the time though, but they really do help in that area when I find that I am a little bit light in ejaculate.

If I find something better I will post about it at Reviewers Facts.  In the meantime check out all of the cool stuff at the mall.

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