Author Topic: this guy claims his program can get rid of gyn  (Read 6560 times)

Offline moka

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Hi guys,

What do you guys think? is this guy a fraud?

Linkback: https://www.gynecomastia.org/forum/index.php?topic=9766.0

Offline Grandpa Bambu

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Surgery: February 16, 2005. - Toronto, Ontario Canada.
Surgeon: Dr. John Craig Fielding   M.D.   F.R.C.S. (C) (416.766.8890)
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Offline moka

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sorry, I thought I pasted his site : http://--.com

seems too good to be true, what do you think?

Offline OnlyMe

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Its a load of crap, i brought something off ebay a couple of years ago talking about how to make easy money.

and the main thing here was to build a website and sell if on things people want to know no matter if its true or not.

Eg Roulette systems etc

So this will just be one of those

Offline weareinittogether

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Its the same layout as another one i saw where they keep emailing you to buy there book and keep dropping the price, basically promising all these ways to somehow remove actual glands from your body without surgery??? if it was genuine i think it would be public knowledge by now especially on this site. I might be wrong though that is just my opinion, someone trying to exploit the situation knowing how desperate men get to lose the boobs.

Offline Grandpa Bambu

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moka...

Do you have Gynecomastia?

GB

Offline moka

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moka...

Do you have Gynecomastia?

GB

yeah I do, since puberty (now 25)

still thinkin about whether or not to pay Fielding a visit, kinda scared of surgery and also scared that it will come back if i gain any weight since my body stores most of my excess fat in the chest area.
« Last Edit: April 24, 2007, 07:20:04 AM by moka »

Offline Grandpa Bambu

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moka...

Do you have Gynecomastia?

GB

yeah I do, since puberty (now 25)



Here's what to do...  Buy the 'Chest Coach' (only $47...), try it and report back here and let us know how it works. This way we will all know if it is bogus or not...

Be sure to take 'Before' and 'After' pics as visual documentation...

GB
« Last Edit: April 24, 2007, 07:15:17 AM by Grandpa Bambu »

Offline moka

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actually Grandpa Bambu I was almost sure that the program was a scam, but I wanted to put it out there, as for me tryin it, even with surgery I'm not sure if it will do the trick, I'm kinda past the point of believin there is a total cure for my personal situation, so definately I aint gettin my hopes up because of some training program

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C'mon dude give it a try . It's only 47 bucks.

Like I mentioned, take Before and After pics and post them here...

GB
« Last Edit: April 24, 2007, 07:27:40 AM by Grandpa Bambu »

Offline moka

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C'mon dude give it a try . It's only 47 bucks.

Like I mentioned, take Before and After pics and post them here...

GB

it's not the money, I just believe it's a scam and I'm sick of getting my hopes up for nothing, plus there is no way that training would do anything for me personally

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C'mon dude give it a try . It's only 47 bucks.

Like I mentioned, take Before and After pics and post them here...

GB

it's not the money, I just believe it's a scam and I'm sick of getting my hopes up for nothing, plus there is no way that training would do anything for me personally

Too bad my man. I was hoping that someone would try it and post B&A pics to prove one way or the other whether this prog is a scam or not.

GB
« Last Edit: April 24, 2007, 07:41:51 AM by Grandpa Bambu »

Offline Gone

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EVERYTHING on that site yells: "this is cr*p!". I hope no-one wastes his money on this.

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> People with this disease have a hard enough life as it is, and to give them
> false hope, is reprehensable.

Billy...

Gynecomastia is not a disease dude. It is a 'Condition'.

Look up the word 'Disease' in the dictionary. You'll see that it does not apply to Gynecomastia.

GB

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And under the definition, is this.....
Sometimes the categorization of a condition as a disease is controversial within the culture.


Merriam-Webster has a slightly different definition of 'Disiease'.

However...

You have your opinion, I have mine. Considering the young age (12, 13, 14) of some gynecomastic sufferers, don't you think that 'Disease' is a tad strong of a word? Think about it dude, wouldn't it be better for those young teens with gyne and in a possible frail state of mind, not consider themselves as 'Diseased'. Being a teen is tough enough as it is. Being a teen with Gynecomastia is a living hell. Being a teen with Gynecomastia and thinking that they are 'Diseased' because of it.... well, that's IMO, where suicidal thoughts may come into play.

For the sake of others, wouldn't it be better to call Gynecomastia a 'Condition'?

One must exercise a bit of compassion...  ;)


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