"Easy and fast
cure" - "all natural" - "effective for
a wide variety of ailments" - "miraculous"
- "exclusive" - "secret" - "ancient
" - "government approved" - "DHT Arrestor"
The list of ridiculous words and phrases goes on and on!
The English Language is amazing. Through the miracle of semantics, one can make an almost legitimate sounding claim in a gray, murky swamp of words and legally get away with.
Americans Are STUPID!
The legitimate medical research community, not to mention pharmaceutical corporations, have poured 100s of millions of dollars into researching a cure for hair loss and every "natural, secret and ancient" nutrient, ingredient, treatment method," etc., has already been scrutinized. If one of them would have worked, you can bet your credit card number they would be mass marketing it to the general public with infomercials on tv at 2 in the morning.
Other themes to watch out for which can be seen as red flags are when you are being asked to pay in advance and/or the hair loss product is only available from one source, and especially the use of undocumented testimonials that sound too good to be true.
Don't be sold just because there is a money-back guarantee, simply because of the fact that if they are fly-by-night operators, they won't be there to offer a refund, or they know that the vast majority of people won't bother to ask for a refund anyway.
You may also find, as we have in researching for this site, that many of the "customer service" telephone numbers or email addresses are non-operational.
It is important to point out that you should never, under any circumstance, do business with a hair loss treatment company (or any company selling a product over the internet, for that matter) that does not have a telephone number. You think they are going to reply to an email? They can ignore emails just as easy as you can ignore the dozens of spam emails you get everyday!