Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Plantar Wart Treatment Scams Revealed

The secrets of removing plantar warts that even medical doctors don’t want you to know

Read this special article before you consider paying for any wart removal program

From the desk of Peter Hill,

Wouldn’t it be nice to naturally and easily remove your plantar warts quickly, with minimal effort, without cutting, burning, freezing, or expensive surgery? Of course it would. I wish that five years ago I had this information you’re about to receive.

Whether it’s plantar warts on your hands or feet, one plantar wart or dozens all over your body, we’ve all seen the fantastic claims people make about plantar wart treatment and removal, AND how their products can assist you in dealing with your problem. I can tell you right now that 99% of these people are total frauds (see my other posts). You may have even spent some of your hard earned money and fallen prey to one of these scam artists, selling you their latest “plantar wart treatment” program. Me too. I’ve bought so many different products for wart removal that I can’t even recall how many. I don’t know why, but I had to try every treatment that exists over five long years. And I kept trying these schemes time and time again, even after being scammed by another. Finally, after so many disappointments, I discovered the secret to eliminating these critters. I finally got to the bottom of this issue and I found out there really are LEGITIMATE treatments for plantar wart removal.

I literally purchased and tried every single treatment that I could find out there. I spent over $2000CDN on different products; I went to two medical doctors, a foot specialist, homeopathic doctor and a clinical hypnotist.

Well, I was disgusted with 99% of what I found. Many of the treatments and products out there now have been scientifically proven to be completely ineffective and useless. Many of the so called “experts” actually joked with me about how useless their treatments were. I repeatedly found:

  • Outdated information that we now know to be inaccurate
  • Painful and even dangerous methods
  • Scam products
  • Treatments that rely on the placebo effect
  • No refunds
  • Receiving insanely expensive medical bills even thought my warts had not been removed

I quickly realized that even the licensed medical professionals and so-called removal treatments were totally useless. And these people knew it, yet there were laughing all the way to the bank! Surprisingly, while sifting through all of the scam artists, I was able to locate a couple of individuals that actually ran legitimate programs.

The owners were every day people like you and me that found out effective treatments to easily remove anyone’s plantar warts for good. Their ability to heal people was impressive and took very little effort or time. They even introduced me to the research which contains all the scientific and anecdotal evidence that verifies the effectiveness of what they do. It was like I found a few diamonds in the rough. But don’t take my word for it; you can visit the two sites I found below. See what you think.

They do charge a minimal fee for access to their treatments and information, which is to be expected for any legitimate company that actually has people on staff who are dedicated to helping you. What a friendly group of people! Anyway, If you do decide you are interested in either of the two programs below, I advise you to begin today. They only have a large enough staff to accommodate so many people, and they are dedicated to providing excellent service to each person. Well, my search for legitimate plantar wart removal treatments has come to an end. I have to say I was thoroughly disappointed with most of what I found, and I strongly advise that you do not that chances wasting your money on any treatments other than the two listed below! Whatever you do, I wish you a healthy, prosperous year for you & yours.

All the best


Peter Hill

Here are the links to the two treatments we do recommend:



1 comment:

Chris said...

XD Ridiculous. You spend the whole two articles talking about how legit treatments are bullshit... Only to end up throwing "hypnosis" up as a real one. Hilarious.