So it turns out that those creepy ads of a smiling confident guy touting “natural male enhancement” were part of a scam, separating people from their credit card numbers to get free samples, then separating the credit cards from cash. Not, mind you, that it wouldn’t have been scamy otherwise; there is so little oversight and protection against false claims for “natural”, “herbal”, or “homeopathic” remedies. One does not need to show efficacy to make those claims the way one does with other medicines.
On the other hand, in one way it wasn’t a scam. I mean, if you discovered that you let someone take you for your money because they convinced you that your d— wasn’t big enough… wouldn’t that make you feel like the biggest d— on earth?