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(MYSTERY) Grockme at GNC

(MYSTERY) Grockme at GNC: HOW SAFE AND EFFECTIVE IS THIS PRODUCT?

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(Skype Video Transcript. Carlo Adrian, Freelance Writer. Danny Russo, Private Detective.)

Consumer Update : 2 days after our consumer protection website went public on the Internet,  Seregon Industries, owner of GTG Hard, was mysteriously dissolved in Florida.

GTG Hard has the same 14 mystery ingredients as Grockme.

But GTG Hard’s website was still online. GTG Hard was still charging customers credit cards under a company name that no longer existed.

When we last checked, there were No Terms and Conditions of Purchase anywhere on the GTG Hard website. This is very odd for an e-commerce website online.

GTG Hard also is sold to consumers online under the following alias names: GTG Get Hard. Go Hard Go Long.

Carlo Adrian : This topic is quoting “Grockme at GNC.” But, we have to say, before a consumer would look to Grockme at GNC. There is a problem with this product.

Grockme is very similar to Xrockme. Banned by FDA for secret medical drugs not listed on ingredients label.

Grockme has same 14 odd ingredients as GTG Hard, Longevity, Go Long Go Hard, Go Hard Go Long.

The purpose of this blog is to provide the consumers facts. They will see the Internet ads.

This website is to give all the facts about the products. And, frankly, the problems for safety and health consumers may find.

Danny Russo :  Yes. Well, the problem, in our opinion, is that Grockme is… very similar to another product Xrockme.

This Xrockme Product was banned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration FDA in 2013.

Carlo : Identical sales language. And the same very odd ingredients with no clinical studies.

The Xrockme pill banned by FDA same website as Grockme pill.

To read again quoting. “An herbal supplement with many potent proprietary natural ingredients. Absolutely no chemicals and steroids.”

The credit goes to you Danny, to find this (unintelligible). I have reviewed many male enhancement pills.

I’ve written for a supplements review website. And I never heard about this Xrockme.

Danny : Well that is my job. I’m a detective! (laughing). This Xrockme product was banned by the FDA in 2013.

Now, this is your wheelhouse. Would GNC accept this pill –

Carlo : – I am in the wheelhouse. I review men’s erection pills. I am in the wheelhouse.

GNC has a very good reputation. You know, I have never seen a history like this pill. The FDA, and the constant changing names. The very odd ingredients with no clinical studies.

What does this mean if you take out your credit card.

What are the side effects for the men?

As far as GNC, we are saying before the consumer goes to the GNC to buy the G Rock. Does he want to take a step back.

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