Psydo treatment of BPH: an example of fraudulent scheme

Tea without use or how not to give profit for crooks and not to waste time looking for the treatment of prostate


I often see ads promising quick treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) (in a few days or weeks). Is it possible?


These statements are made by cheaters. You can’t overcome benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) in a short period of time. I’m gonna tell you how they cheat people and justify my statement about duration of the healing process.

So, every smart cheater (they are all supposed to be smart), who has planned another adventure – illegal withdrawal of money, tries to analyze all aspects of their business. A cheater finds out about that kind of information that is going to interest a person suffering from benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). I think the main target is people with painful symptoms and those who has no idea of what benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is like.

Imagine a man suffering from benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). He goes to the doctor a couple of times and then realizes it’s no use. He comes home one day and tries to find a solution to his problem. He’s very scared. He can’t think logically.

Cheaters learn a behavior of a scared man and then we have “BPH treatment in two weeks” or “BPH treatment in three days”.

The main objective of cheaters is selling their goods (presenting as panacea). By the way, they all follow some general rules: sell your product for the highest possible price; sell as many products to one customer as you can; sell, but try to avoid further responsibility.

I’m gonna give you some real example… It didn’t take me long to find an ad of quick treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The web-site had a few phony enthusiastic comments on it. It also offered phony feedback, free doctor’s advice and miraculous herbs with charming name “Monastic tea” (yeah, well-chosen name for your product is the key to your commercial success). You only needed to give your phone number. I did it immediately. They called me in a few minutes. I heard a female voice. That woman stated that she represented a huge research centre (nobody knew about). I could see the incompetence of the person at once, but continued to make out like I’m interested patient without any medical knowledge. After some short questions (apparently, she was trying to find out about my material welfare), the pseudo-expert started talking about what a person with the real problem wants to hear. The lady was talking about unprecedented healing powers of the herbs for about ten minutes, I guess. She also promised the painful symptoms would disappear in a few days. Then she announced the price – $ 150 for one pack (I said that I was an entrepreneur). That’s quite a bit of money as for an unknown product, isn’t it? Then she offered a personal delivery. The company had its own couriers (they didn’t trust postal carriers). She said I was very lucky. It was an unprecedented auction that day. You had to buy three packs of the herbs to get $50 discount. I decided to end the conversation. I said I needed some time to think and hung up.

The next day I contacted these cheaters and introduced myself as a retired person. The trick had worked. The new consultant had another strategy. She charged me another price – $ 70 for one item. She also mentioned about the discount. This time I could get three items for $ 150.

During the conversation you get the feeling of incredible demand for the product. It’s very easy to create. From the very beginning of the conversation a previously prepared recording switches on. An unaware person might think that there are at least ten consultants in the office. The recording reproduces human voices with specific monologues and endless phone calls. Actually, the situation is completely different. It’s just a deceiving way to entice a simple-minded people.

After the phone conversation I had those numbers in my cell-phone. I tried to call back, but failed in my attempt. The numbers were invalid. Thanks to computer technologies. I want to warn trustful people: if you make such attempt, your conversation is going to happen once and the initiator can only be your potential seller.

If a customer likes the offer, the next stage is a personal delivery. It’s made by so-called courier. A naïve person regards it as a high level of service. Official postal service gives you a check confirming the receiving while so-called courier gives you a false one. In the end, you have no evidence to prove the fact of purchase.

If there’s an offer, sooner or later there’s going to be a demand. In the end, someone buys this “Monastic tea” and later realizes he wasted time and money. Now a poor man knows the truth about this magic tea.

I’ve always been interested in the mechanism of searching web-sites. I clearly understand if you want to find necessary information, you should make a searching request properly. I’ve figured out the structure of those cheaters’ resource. “Monastic tea” turned out to cure almost all serious diseases: gastric ulcer, chronic prostatitis, hypotension, hypertension, psoriasis, diabetes. But there’s no page where this list is set. If a person has hypertension (high blood pressure) and makes an appropriate searching request, he/she gets right to the page for hypertension and nowhere else. This person can’t get to hypotension page without special computer skills. Cheaters expand the list of diseases to sell as many products as they can.

By the way, I’ve found an article about the priest who was credited with inventing miraculous tea. He denied the fact that priests collected this magic tea.

In the end, I found some resources on which less ambitious cheaters offered to sell the same useless monastic tea for much lower price.

BPH is a serious diagnosis. Many experienced professionals agree that modern medical therapy can’t cure benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) effectively. You can find hundreds of traditional medicine recipes, but do you think they are effective?

Pay attention to my conclusions, please. They are all based on my own experience. First of all, if you suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), analyze your previous way of life. Try to identify the reasons that caused the development of BPH. They definitely exist: unhealthy and unbalanced diet, alcohol, smoking, the excess of vibrations, physical inactivity, presence of other diseases etc. Try to eliminate factors that provoke benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). You need to understand that the treatment is possible only through rational interference into the functioning of your endocrine system and through positive effect on the functions of the heart and blood vessels.

You can’t achieve success without movement, reasonable diet and other conditions. If you take this information into account and start the process of treatment, you’ll have a good steady result in a few months. You can find my method “Living without BPH” in Russian here – Faithfully yours, Gennady Plotyan