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Best Prostate Formulas 2019

Your Guide to finding the Best Prostate Formulas 2019

Ensure your safety and find the best prostate formulas 2019 for your prostate health. As we end the year and start fresh, it’s time to consider facts when you select the best prostate remedy for enlarged prostate symptoms or BPH. 

Know where and how your product is manufactured.

If your vitamins or supplements are manufactured in a cGMP, GMP certified, or GMP registered facility in the USA they are in fact regulated.  The FDA periodically inspects these GMP manufacturing facilities (annually-biannually). The FDA examines all records for each lot number. They discern the integrity of the ingredients prior to manufacturing and post manufacturing of the finished products for FDA regulation compliance. These cGMP facilities have finished product stored for every lot number manufactured and it is used for testing by the FDA for confirmation when it is necessary. Any manufacturing facility within the United States that fails to produce these records is shut down and barred from making vitamins or supplements in the future.  In addition owners of these facilities found in violation do go to jail. It is important to look for “Made in USA”.    It is important to know what you are swallowing. 

Misleading Websites and Fraudulent Claims by Advertisers. 

The biggest problem for consumers is getting honest information from the marketing of these supplements and vitamins.  Too often the marketing of supplements includes treatment claims. These are illegal.  If you see the word “treatment for” or “cure for” then the buyer should beware.  Both the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) and the FDA pursue treatment claims and issues warning letters and prosecute these companies.  But it is important for consumers to be the watch dog and report false advertising to the FTC. 

Another problem is the internet and all of the review websites like prostatepillreports.com that allege that one product has been tested and is superior over another. These sites base their ranking of products on compensation and they hide an FTC disclosure statement. These disclosures protect the website as they tell you that it is “opinion” and not clinical studies that influence the ratings and rankings. The product that is number 1 is their bread and butter. Often the owner of the site is also the owner of the product chosen as the best.

Often websites that appear legitimate ConsumerHealthDigest and Newsmax are actually commercial websites that receive compensation and kickbacks to promote one product over another. These review and ranking websites make money when you choose to purchase a product from their website.  Look for the word “Disclosure” which is an FTC law that requires the website to  inform the consumer about this conflict of interest and compensation.  The key is “Do not be misled”.  Even the famous Consumer Reports was prosecuted for ranking and rating products due to a “kickback” or the nicer term “compensation”.    

Dishonest Search Results & Google

  Unfortunately search engines providers (Google) are focused on profit and  money.  In 2018 we witnessed “Net Neutrality” laws removed by the FCC ( click here to learn more about this Federal Communications Commission change).  When consumers performed a search on key words like “best prostate” the organic search results would show www.bestprostate.com  and now when consumers type those keywords or search terms the website is no where in the search results.  Now the owner of the website must by advertising from Google and every time a consumer clicks on an ad. The owner must pay a fee generally $3.00 and more depending on what Google feels it is worth.  This increases Google’s profits and increases product costs for the consumer. The days of a true organic search are gone. 

Example “best prostate” is a ® registered trademark. Giants like Google allow companies to use registered trademarks in the title of these paid advertisements. In allowing this they are profiting off of trademark infringement.   A trademark lawsuit can take years and cost $100,000.00 or more. The only ones making money here are the lawyers and the courts.

Top Search Results are Paid Ads 

The consumer enters what they want to see or find into the search engine. But  what is returned to the user is advertisements. Manufacturers pay to be on the top of the page results for the search words you enter. The search provider Google has a monopoly with Android (non-Apple) mobile devices. The Google Chrome browser is your first clue. Sadly a majority of tablets and cell phones force the user to rely on Google. Even Apple users are fed Google results through the Safari browser.  You the user should have the ability to select a search engine of your choice on these devices.

Consumers Need to Report Misleading Websites and Search Results to the FTC

Ultimately it is you the consumer who suffers from this fraud and dishonesty. This is occurring with all products: best prostate formulas, dog foods, and even car insurance. It could be whatever you are trying to find or looking for. To protect yourself look for  a “disclosure” statement. This allows you to understand the flow of money and lack of honesty.  Companies protect themselves with disclosures to meet the legal requirements of the FTC (Federal Trade Commission).  A good example is the celebrity Larry King, for those familiar with his shocking report / review of prostate supplements. The following disclosure clearly informs the consumer.

 “Larry King is a paid endorser of ProstaGenix.”

Visitors rarely look for the compliant FTC Disclosure Statement.

It is not uncommon for websites to post a disclaimer, see the following example:

“The publishers of this guide do have a financial interest in some of the products reviewed herein. The mention of any celebrity or other name in this guide does not constitute an endorsement of this guide, or any product mentioned herein.” 

Essential Steps to find the Best Prostate Formulas 2019

The best way to choose any product is to follow these guidelines.

  1. Where is it manufactured?
  2. Is it cGMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)?
  3. Is there a guarantee?
  4. Call the company and ask questions if you have any. The answers should make sense.
  5. Beware “Free Trials” that sign you up for auto-shipping and automatic billing.
  6. Look for the FTC Disclosure on websites that rank or rate products.
  7. Find the Company’s name and visit the Better Business Bureau website.
  8. At the BBB website what is important is the number of “Customer Complaints” on file.

Support “Truth in Advertising

Look for products and companies that have third party endorsement. Some  examples are:  “Natural Products Foundation / Truth in Advertising Pledge” and  “Verified Ingredients (Click to see example)”.  By taking these few steps, as mentioned, you can be assured that you are getting the best prostate formula  2019 or other type of product. If you visit https://bestprostatereview.com/ the website contains five tools to help you check out products and companies.  The tools can be used to check out any product. Examples:  diet or weight-loss products, hair products, testosterone boosting products and cosmetics. 

We believe this article will ensure that you get the best prostate formula. Understanding  the game and methods used to influence your decision can hopefully remove the B.S..  We do hope that you find this information useful and will share it with friends and family.  Social media websites like Facebook, and Twitter, etc. are very powerful these days. 

This article is sponsored by IMS Supplements, Inc. and the product Best Prostate. 

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ConsumerHealthDigest.com lies in Best Prostate Review

Fraud and not an honest Best Prostate review.  ConsumerHealthDigest.com uses lies and false information to make consumers buy from their advertisers.  The FTC Disclosure statement explains that.  Interesting though is what other sites say about ConsumerHealthDigest.com.

ConsumerHealthDigest.com not reliable

Search results about ConsumerHealthDigest.com

 

It’s sad that you the consumer is lied to so that these websites can make money by getting you to buy from their sponsors or advertisers.  No where does it give the academic credentials of the reviewers.   The Best Prostate review claims that there are two “cons”.

ConsumerHealthDigest.com states:

“The Cons of Best Prostate Beta-Sitosterol
There is little to no information related to the facilities in which the product is manufactured
The product is yet to get its FDA approval”

Facts about Best Prostate not ConsumerHealthDigest.com Lies:

This is false:  On every bottle of Best Prostate ® it states that the product is manufactured in a GMP Registered Facility.  In addition dietary supplements do not get FDA approval!   This suggests that the products the site recommends have FDA approval.  Obviously Mark Simms (the alleged author) is not qualified to review or write about supplements or he would know this.  Nowhere will you find the writer’s credentials that would qualify him to review one product from another.  You the consumer need to beware of these sites.

ConsumerHealthDigest,com illegally uses an old image of Best Prostate in violation of the DMCA which misrepresents the product.  The product image used is from 2010.  This label was discontinued over 8 years ago.  On January 13, 2011 the manufacturer on the label was changed and the corporation IMS Supplements, Inc. was endorsed and filed by the Secretary of State of the State of California.

In the next section ConsumerHealthDigest.com gives fraudulent misinformation about the use and precautions.  We are in the process of having legal counsel contact and address these issues.

Please visit http://bestprostate.com/label/ to get the truth about what’s in Best Prostate.

ConsumerHealthDigest.com brought to you from Nagpur, India

ConsumerHealthDigest,com Ownership and location of it is in India. Registry Registrant ID: Registrant Name: Donna Begg Registrant Organization: Consumer Health Digest Registrant Street: 15, Software Technology Park, Link Road, Sadar, Registrant City: Nagpur Registrant State/Province: Maharashtra Registrant Postal Code: 440001 Registrant Country: INDIA Registrant Phone: +91.7123255222

The website now hides it’s ownership as Privacy Protect LLC and

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2018 Prostate Formula Reports, Reviews, and Rankings

Get the truth about prostate formula reports, reviews, and rankings.  Consumers do not realize these websites are advertisements and receive compensation for the products ranked and reviewed.  The most important thing a consumer can do is look for the FTC disclosure, which is a legal requirement.  Protect yourself. The disclosure allows you to make an informed and educated choice about what they are being told or sold. This is especially true with health products and prostate formula reports and rankings.

Does the product I’m buying really have those ingredients in the amount stated?

There is only one way for a consumer to insure that a supplement or prostate formula meets FDA label claims.  Confirm that the product is made in a registered or certified GMP manufacturing facility.  When a product is manufactured in a GMP registered or certified facility it is manufactured under strict FDA guidelines.  Both a chemical and quantitative analysis is performed and documented and remains on file for FDA review. GMP manufacturing facilities have FDA reviews to confirm compliance. When a manufacturing facility fails an FDA audit they are fined, lose their certification, and are prosecuted.

Websites that rank one product as better than another.

Websites that rank and appear to review Prostate Supplements or health products should be  a signal for you to be cautious. Look for a posted disclosure. Celebrities are regularly paid to endorse products. When you see a celebrity or well known television personality, look for a required disclaimer. Websites are legally required to contain an FTC disclaimer. These ranking and review websites are sponsored (sites that simply are Advertorial aka advertising). You the consumer need to know this. No quantitative analysis or clinical studies have been done that would allow any scientific comparison of the products that are ranked or reviewed.  The reviewing staff should be identified and have qualifying credentials (Pharmacist, Medical Doctor).

FTC (Federal Trade Commission) Compliant websites.

The following websites have legally posted FTC disclosure statements.  It is important for the consumer to read website disclosures and understand them.

http://www.prostateremedyreviews.org/gr/disclaimer.html

http://www.prostatepillreport.com/disclosure.php

The following website is FTC Compliant. We acknowledge and commend the website for compliance and the clear FDA legal notice and FTC disclosure.

(The following images are owned or licensed by Fred Buckley, Verified Nutrition, LLC, and or Digital Health Media, LLC.  The images as displayed, for consumer educational purposes to demonstrate the appropriate legal compliance of the website with FTC Disclosure statements and legal requirements.)

If you visit www.prostatereport.com you will find the publically displayed image below at the bottom of the webpage.  This shows the owner of the website and the required FDA disclaimer.  You will also note that under the Company heading you will see “FTC Disclosure”  When you click on this link the legally required public FTC Disclosure below will open up.

The image below can be found at the bottom of this websites main page.

FDA Disclosure prostate formula

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The image below can be found by clicking on “FTC Disclosure” as shown above.

FTC Disclosure prostate formula

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This article is about protecting you, the consumer.  When you visit a website that compares products there should be an FTC compliant disclosure as demonstrated above.  These FTC requirements protect America’s consumers.  If you encounter a website that does not contain a disclosure that makes unsubstantiated claims of superiority then you should file a complaint with the FTC.  The following the a clickable link to file an FTC complaint:  https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov

 

 

STOP BEING SCAMMED SITES THAT RANK Best Prostate PRODUCTS

BSAlertThe biggest scams on the internet with respect to Health Supplements (which includes Prostate Supplements) are websites that rank and appear to review Prostate Supplements or other health supplements. These sites legally are required to contain a disclaimer. These ranking and review websites are literaly sponsored (sites that are simply Advertorial aka advertising). You the consumer need to know this. The reviewing staff have no qualifying credentials to review any thing. No quantitative analysis or clinical studies comparing any of the prostate supplements reviewed has been preformed. This is a current listing of such sites currently scamming consumers with respect to alleged ranking of prostate supplements:

http://www.prostateremedyreviews.org/gr/disclaimer.html
http://www.prostatepillreport.com/disclosure.php#land

http://www.prostatehealthjournal.com/supplement-reviews-2/ – this site is presently in violation of the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) as it doesn’t even have a disclaimer posted.