About three months ago, I wrote a post exposing three known scammers in the SARMs industry, one of which was SARMs4You.
I exposed how their company is selling fake, bunk products, and dug into their CEO’s history, exposing how the entire company is a giant scam.
Shortly after I wrote this article, I received an email from SARMs4You, threatening to sue me if I didn’t take it down.
I kindly told them to fuck off, and they then proceeded to destroy my blog with a negative SEO campaign. Here’s the full story.
It all started when I wrote a post about SARMs for sale. In this article, I said that there’s a lot of scammers in the SARMs industry, which there is.
I also named a few of these scammers, and exposed them, with screenshot proof, Reddit reviews, and more.
In the article, I exposed SARMs4You, and showed how their SARMs are most likely fake, and how they’re relying on fake reviews for sales.
Shortly after writing the article, I published it on Reddit. All was going well, until out of the blue, I received the following email:
That’s an email screenshot for proof. Here’s what the email said:
We are writing this email because of your latest blog post (SARMs For Sale: Where to Buy SARMs Online in 2019) published on the 26th of May 2019 and Reddit post (Ousting SARMs Scammers (3 Known Scammers) – WITH PROOF! Pictures) published on the 27th of May 2019.
The information stated in your article is false and harms the reputation of our business. You are slandering other companies for your own financial gain.
I am asking you to cease all related statements within 48 hours. We have gathered all information regarding these statements and our attorney has been notified of the situation.
If you do not comply we will pursue legal action against you.
Yep, that’s right. They threatened to sue me.
After I exposed them for having out of date 3rd party verification for their SARMs, they tried to silence me.
I’m not the type to back down from a confrontation, so when I saw that they tried to get me to remove my post, I was obviously a bit pissed off.
Does that sound like the type of company that is trustworthy? A company that threatens to SUE people who write bad reviews?
Obviously not. This only further confirmed my suspicion that SARMs4You is a giant scam, but even so, my response was very polite:
Again, that’s an email screenshot for proof. Here’s the text version:
To Whom it May Concern,
I apologize if I unintentionally published any false information about your company. Could you please clarify which statements I made, which you believe to be false?
If you can point to which statements I made, and provide me with proof that they were false, I will gladly take them down.
Aside from this, I do not believe you have a case against me for libel (not slander, which only applies to oral statements). Nothing was published with the intent to harm your reputation, and as far as I am aware, nothing which I stated was false.
Again, however – please feel free to let me know which statements I made that you believe were false. If you can provide me with these, we can go from there.
Thanks for your time.
To Your Success,
I thought I was pretty level headed. I told them if I had published false information about their company, I would take it down.
…if they could prove it. Of course, I didn’t publish any false information, so they didn’t respond to my email.
They did however, try to destroy my blog.
After sending them that email, I didn’t get any response. They tried to silence me with a lawsuit, and then backed down.
Why? Because they’re full of shit. They didn’t even know what they were trying to sue me for (libel, not slander) to begin with.
Right around the time I replied to their email however, I started noticing something very strange about my blog.
All of a sudden, my traffic had dropped by a whopping 60%. I went from getting over 3,000 visitors a day, to less than 1,500 almost overnight.
What caused this sudden drop? I’ll tell you what did.
I started getting a ton of spammy backlinks saying to visit my website for more “hot sexy porn” and for more “free xxx videos.”
Here’s a screenshot for more proof:
If you want to destroy a website’s traffic, let me tell you how. All you do, is you send it THOUSANDS of backlinks, from spammy porn websites.
This “tricks” Google into thinking your website is spammy, so they stop showing your articles to people who search for them.
…and while I can’t prove it, don’t you think it’s ODD that I suddenly started getting these spammy porn backlinks, not more than ONE WEEK after SARMs4You threatened to sue me?
I’m no detective, but God damn that is one big fucking coincidence.
Now, I’ve never tried SARMs4You’s products, and I probably never will.
But, do you know what? I don’t even have to try their SARMs to know that they’re 100% pure junk. Why? It’s simple, really.
To this date, I have NEVER seen a SINGLE blogger post their before and after SARMs results from trying SARMs4You. Not one.
As my regular readers know, I’ve posted my SARMs before and after results on this blog numerous times, with tons of picture proof.
I have never seen a SINGLE SARMs4You review, in which the author showed their legitimate before and after results.
What does this tell us? It tells us that their SARMs most likely don’t work very well. Otherwise people would be posting their results.
I always post my SARMs results. For example, when I tried out RAD 140 for the first time, I posted an entire article showing my RAD 140 results.
In fact, my results were so good that one guy even STOLE my before and after pictures, and used them to promote SARMs4You:
I emailed him and told him to take them down, and thankfully he did… but I wonder how many guys bought his fake SARMs after seeing MY results?
This type of sleazy behavior and scammy stuff goes on all the time in the SARMs industry… and unfortunately, most people are unaware of it.
To make matters even worse, SARMs4You is part of a larger PBN. I won’t go too in-depth here, but I’ll briefly explain how this works.
PBN stands for “Private Blog Network,” which is basically a giant network of websites all owned by the same person, used to “trick” Google.
What these people do, is they’ll buy old expired domains, that have a lot of “trust” in Google’s eyes. Then, they’ll use them to promote whatever SARMs company pays them the most.
So, they’ll have some scammy website write a gleaming review of their products, and then send it a ton of backlinks from these expired domains. This tricks Google into thinking they’re trustworthy.
That way, whenever you search “SARMs4You review” or “best SARMs,” their reviews will show up #1 in Google’s search results.
I’m not going to give the specifics here, but SARMs4You actually redirected one of their old URL’s to a well known PBN site promoting them, giving them “link juice” in Google’s eyes.
What does this mean? It means that not only is SARMs4You willingly condoning these fake review websites, but they’re ACTIVELY promoting them by linking out to them.
As if all this wasn’t enough to convince you NOT to buy SARMs from SARMs4You, there’s also a ton of Reddit reviews trashing them.
One guy, after purchasing Ligandrol, Ostarine, and RAD 140 from SARMs4You, wound up in the fucking emergency room:
Attached is a screenshot for proof. Here’s a summary of what he said:
After 13 weeks I started to get symptoms of VERY itchy skin. My eyes turned yellow and I felt like vomiting and bad sleep… I went to the doctor and my bilirubin levels were SKY HIGH and my liver enzymes were high as well.
This further confirms my theory that SARMs4You is selling dangerous prohormones, instead of the SARMs they’re promising their users.
Another user from Reddit, says that they took his $50 and never sent him his package. After emailing them numerous times, he got zero response:
Again, there’s a screenshot for proof. Here’s a summary of what he said:
Today I am still waiting for my order that is probably never going to come… after I made the order they sent me an email saying my order was shipped, then in one week the DHL company said the order was returned to the sender… I tried to contact SARMs4You four times and they never answered me. Basically 50 euros lost, what a fucking scam.
Yep. Apparently he tried to buy Ostarine from SARMs4You, and they didn’t answer any of his emails, AND he never even got his shipment delivered.
There’s a ton of reviews out there like this, and while there are some good reviews, the number of bad reviews seriously outweighs them.
Now that I’ve gone over why I DO NOT recommend SARMs4You, let me take a minute to talk about who I actually do recommend.
In my opinion, Proven Peptides is the best place to buy SARMs right now. I haven’t had a single bad experience with any of their SARMs.
As I said before, I post ALL of my SARMs results on this blog, and they’ve all come from Proven Peptides. They’ve got the best SARMs on the market.
Every single picture of my SARMs results has come from taking SARMs from Proven Peptides. I cannot recommend a single company aside from them.
Most SARMs companies out there are scams (I think I’ve made that clear). I cannot willingly endorse any of these companies. I just can’t do it.
The fact of the matter is that I like my readers, and I want you guys to get good shit. So, I’m out here risking my ass with a lawsuit for you.
All in all, I hope that this article was eye-opening for you. I’ve seen shit that would make your toes curl in this industry. Take my word for it.
After being threatened with legal action by SARMs4You, I could not sit around and let them continue to harm consumers.
Like I said, the only place I get my SARMs from is Proven Peptides. I’ve tried four of their different SARMs, and posted all my results here.
All of their 3rd party verification results show that their SARMs are at least 98% pure, so you know that you’re getting the real deal.
In fact, I reached out to them, and got a discount code you can use. Just punch in the code “Masculinedev” and you’ll save 10% off your order.
I hope you guys enjoyed the article. It pisses me off to see SARMs4You get away with shit like this, so hopefully, I’ve showed you some truth.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to let me know down below… and as always, I’ll see you guys next time.
Absolutely not. They threatened to sue me over a bad review, and most of their Reddit reviews are fake.
Probably, yes. Their 3rd party verification was out of date for 8 months, so they were probably selling fake SARMs.
Most likely. A lot of their reviews are fake, or posted on blogs owned by them, posing as someone else.
Jon Anthony is a dating coach, fitness expert, and self-improvement guru. He dropped out of college to start Masculine Development in 2015, and has since been self-employed, helping men across the world achieve their best lives. You can best reach him on social media, or via email for questions.