As the saying goes, if it looks too good to be true, it probably is! When you see statements such as “Cure,” or “Guaranteed Results,” you can be reasonably sure this is not a legitimate product.
If a company states that their product is verified, you need to look more closely to “verify” this verification. Was this verification by an independent, unbiased, reputable organization, or business? Or is this just a unsubstantiated claim?
If they claim to have research as proof of their success, you can use independent searches for verification. Was there really any research? If so, was it legitimate scientific research, or anecdotal feedback from a small group of loyal (or possibly fake) customers?
If this is a legitimate product, the facts should be verifiable, and the product should not be hidden away on an obscure internet site or social media platform.