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(MYSTERY) Longevity Go Long Go Hard

(MYSTERY) Longevity Go Long Go Hard

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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 live,  Seregon Industries, owner of GTG Hard, was mysteriously dissolved in Florida.

Longevity and GTG Hard have 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 for the consumers… the first aspect is the double reverse names of the products –

Danny Russo : – yes. The Longevity product is Go Long Go Hard. The GTG Hard product is Go Hard Go Long –

Carlo : – okay, so we are confused (laughing) and we are the consumer protection review here –

Danny : – it is very confusing. I can only imagine as the consumer buying online.

Go Long Go Hard. Go Hard Go Long.

How confusing taking out your credit card to buy online.

1 website is called Go Long Go Hard.com. The other is called GTG Hard.com.

Transcriber URL golonggohard.com. Second website transcriber URL gtghard.com.

2 different named pills, but with same 14 ingredients as the Grockme.

It just looks suspicious. Does an online consumer ask is the business trying to hide products? Hide identities?

If they are hiding identities from the online consumer under different fictional names – you know, what is going on –

Carlo : – by the way the review site sending people to this… we have to say very confusing business is… transcriber URL maleperformancereview.com. The Male Performance Review is currently buying the Google Ads –

Danny : – the obvious question is why would a business intentionally name the reverse Go Long Go Hard for 1 pill, Go Hard Go Long for the other.

Reverse duplicate named websites. Almost identical URL’s.

Very confusing, and looks, you know, we have to ask, why is this happening –

Carlo : The second problem – I mean, we already covered the disturbing, the loaded rifle, the legal authorized person of the GTG Hard – I will insert the link where we cover this for consumers…

But Danny you pulled the business office address that Longevity gives on the website. You discovered there is no business at this address –

Transcriber I will read the address with letters. 172 S Woodland Blvd. Hash mark 216. Deland Fla 32720. The Longevity business office doesn’t exist.

Danny you discovered this a mailbox in a UPS Store. In a strip mall as they call it –

Danny : – there is no business office at the address Longevity is telling consumers. It is a mailbox in a strip mall on South Florida.

This mailbox in a UPS Store is located in a South Florida strip mall next to a Pinch the Penny Store –

Carlo : – okay, I will play The Devil’s Advocate on this website. But, to be general, if you are a consumer buying with credit card the Longevity, or the GTG Hard.

Is this the kind of business –

Danny : – generally speaking, it would be very easy – and I’ve seen this, you know, in other work I do. Very easy to disappear to credit card complaints.

Very easy for the business to disappear into thin air.

Because there is nothing. There is a mailbox in a strip mall in South Florida. And, the question, why is this happening.

We are not saying this is necessarily happening here.

But we do have, more evidence, we have to say, of suspicious. The way these online businesses are being run for consumer safety buying online.

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