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Does megadik really work?

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October 14, 2007 2:53PM

It's an e-mail scam meant to cash in on the desire many men have to increase their penis size. Like any drug that would use e-mail SPAM to advertise, I'd suggest you ignore it -- don't even reply to it, and DEFINITELY don't order anything from it. These scams could have a goal of anywhere from pocketing your money and POSSIBLY giving you fake (and usually dangerous) "drugs" to using your information for the purpose of identity theft. I don't know firsthand which type of scam this one is (like hell I'm gonna order from them), but none of those scenarios in my opinion seem very appealing. Don't trust Megadik or ANYONE who advertises through e-mail SPAM. Remember: if it seems too good to be true, it probably is false. Not only that, chances are no real, professional product would call itself "Megadik" and have such a LOVELY ad campaign as: *insert random text here* Have they ever told you this, "Oh my God! Your penis is so small!"?

Didn't you feel sad?

Don't let girls prefer vibrator to you! Megadik will make you a real man ! You must believe in this magic preparation!

"Gush! Your penis is impressive!" Isn't that what you always wanted to hear?

Soon you'll be the only one women will wish! Megadik is your magic weapon!

*insert random text here*