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(MYSTERY) Grockme Where To Buy

(MYSTERY) Grockme Where To Buy


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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.

Carlo Adrian : Danny we are on an update Skype call. We continue to talk about where to buy Grockme. And whether consumers should investigate the Grockme or the GTG Hard or the Longevity further before they buy the Grock.

Before they buy the Grock, or look where to buy the Grock… Danny, I will play the devil’s advocate again. What if the consumer reading this says, this seems to be a witch hunt.

It looks like you are on some kind of ax to grind.

You have a chip on your shoulder.

This is a witch hunt, you are looking for any kind of a smoke to make into the fire. What do you say –

Danny Russo : – well we didn’t create this situation. I mean, when your people came to me about the Grockme Male Enhancement Pill, I said, let me see if there is anything here with Grock first.

About 30 percent of cases that come to me, I turn down. The reason is the client is looking for something that is not there.

In terms of the Xrock with the FDA, this goes back to the year 2012. So that is 5 years ago. We did not create that situation.

The very similar names, and why someone would so closely name other pills for consumers. We didn’t create that situation.

You have 5 different pills. And I have business addresses, and names, and identities, all from the same part of Florida, within 15 miles of each other. We didn’t create that situation.

The same 14 Grock ingredients that mysteriously are on 4 different  pills under 4 different brand names.

GTG Hard and Longevity with reverse websites, Go Long Go Hard and Go Hard Go Long.

The confusion for consumers buying with credit cards online.

And why is this so confusing for consumers?

Why exactly are these online businesses being run in this fashion?

As you say, review sites in your male enhancement field don’t know what to say to consumers.

As I understand it, reviewers try to be cordial. But no one can explain the ingredients because there are no clinical studies. We didn’t create that.

The GTG Hard. The exact same 14 ingredients as Grockme. But the company involved was shut down 2 days after this consumer website went live.

The company was shut down and re-opened 11 times in 10 years. You know, is this normal for consumers.

We didn’t create these situations.

So these problems, or mysteries, have already been here. And there were other people, starting with the FDA, you can start there, who had questions 5 years ago.

So in terms of a witch hunt, I don’t think we are doing that here –

Carlo : – so you are saying Danny, there are many questions that have been around for years.

So we are just the consumer site looking to get better answers for consumers.


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