From the Enzyte junk enbiggener ads it was clear the whole thing was a scam. Apparently it has gone to federal court in Cincinnati:
James Teegarden Jr., the former vice president of operations at Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals, explained Tuesday in U.S. District Court how he and others at the company made up much of the content that appeared in Enzyte ads.
He said employees of the Forest Park company created fictitious doctors to endorse the pills, fabricated a customer satisfaction survey and made up numbers to back up claims about Enzyteâ€™s effectiveness.
â€œSo all this is a fiction?â€ Judge S. Arthur Spiegel asked about some of the claims.
â€œThatâ€™s correct, your honor,â€ Teegarden said.
Here’s the funniest part:
If customers complained, he said, employees were instructed to â€œmake it as difficult as possibleâ€ for them to get their money back. In some cases, Teegarden said, Warshak required customers to produce a notarized statement from a doctor certifying Enzyte did not work.
â€œHe said it was extremely unlikely someone would get anything notarized saying they had a small penis,â€ Teegarden said.
I wonder who will end up with Enzyte’s list of men who think their junk is too small. The article calls it a $100 million fraud which would imply at least hundreds of thousands of customers!