My Honest Fungus Terminator Review By Dave Bennet Is A SCAM

My Honest Fungus Terminator Review By Dave Bennet Is A SCAM

Product: Fungus Terminator
Author: Dave Bennet
Refund: 60 Days

Nail and skin fungus is a real problem. Although it does not kill, it can seriously reduce quality of life of the infected person. Infected skin and nails are painful, deformed and discolored. These effects can spell doom for the sufferer, especially considering the fact that such fungus is stubborn, nasty and very difficult to eliminate. This is why many desperate scammers take advantage and milk money from innocent sufferers whose only wish is to get their nails and skin healthy again. Fungus terminator is a program that claims to help individuals suffering fungal infection “permanently” get rid of foot fungus.

The question asked by many is whether Fungus Terminator is effective or is just another scam meant to hoodwink customers and milk hard earned cash from them. This fungus terminator review will try to answer this question exhaustively. In the end, you will be able to make the right decision whether to purchase it or not.

Fungus Terminator Is A Scam!

Can we verify this bold claim? The answer is yes, as you will soon realize in our succeeding discussion. To begin with, the author’s website contains an excerpt of the literature review of a journal entitled “Medical Progress- Progress in Dermatology”. We are not sure why this excerpt is included. Reading it does not reveal anything remotely related to natural ways to cure fungal infection of the skin and toes. In fact, the article talks about irradiation as a treatment method.

Just below the excerpt, the author makes another bold claim – “New Breakthrough Reveals How to Wipe out Nasty, Stubborn Foot Fungus”. It is not clear whether this claim has anything to do with the literature review included in the website. The bottom line is that the author is not able to very his claim of a new breakthrough technique that to him could cure skin and nail fungus overnight.

Who is Dave Bennet?

The author of Fungus terminator is named Dave Bennet. It is impossible to verify whether this is a real person or just a penname. What is curious is his story. He says he developed the program to save his mother who almost had her foot amputated because of widespread fungal infection. Bennet claims that what his mother thought was a simple toenail infection turned out to be a “highly contagious killer bacteria… Responsible for poisoning her entire left foot without her even knowing it…”

It is true that toenail fungal infection, if ignored, can spread to the surrounding tissues. It seems the author does not know what he is talking about when he claims that toenail fungal infection turned out to be a highly contagious bacterial infection. Can fungi suddenly change into contagious bacteria? These are two different organisms.

In very rare cases would a toenail fungal infection spread to the entire foot without you realizing it. The infection is extremely painful and the more widespread it is, the more pain you will feel. It is not possible to ignore such terrible pain. It is not possible for someone to live with untreated toenail fungus for twelve years without seeing a doctor because of excruciating pain associate with such infection. No qualified doctor would watch the infection get that far without doing something to at least halt the progress.

The author did very well to provide potential customers with “real snapshot” of the infected feet of his mom. The problem with this snapshot is there is no way to verify it really belongs to her mother. If the Author really cared about his customers, he would give compelling evidence that the photo is real.

Further Proof That Fungus Terminator Is A Scam!

From the above information, we have learned that Dave Bennet has very little knowledge, if any, of the connection between fungal infection and bacterial infection. As someone who has been affected personally and who did “everything in his power” to find a cure for nail and skin fungus, we expect him fill us with confidence that he knows what he is talking about. Below are some of the reasons why we consider this product a desperate scam:

· Currently there is no natural permanent cure for fungal infections:

The goal of Fungus Terminator is to enable you cure nail and skin fungus fast and permanently. The problem is that curing fungal infections naturally is easier said than done. Fungal cells are eukaryotic meaning they resemble that of animals. Human cells are also eukaryotic. Products that hurt them will also hurt human cells. This is why doctors and pharmacists are struggling to find a cure for fungal infections.

Nature is good in providing some of the most important and effective solutions to health problems. However, there is no evidence of herbs, plants, fruits, seeds, juices or oils capable of killing eukaryotic cells “almost overnight” as claimed by the author of Fungus Terminator. They may work by complementing immunity and healing takes time to be seen.

· There is no such thing as relationship between individual toenails with different organs:

This is perhaps the most serious evidence that Fungus Terminator is a scam. I am medical practitioner, proficient in anatomy and physiology. During my years in medical school, I never once met any relationship between toenails and organs of the body. The author quotes one Professor Tao Wong who “used a particular type of Ancient Chinese Medicine to heal his patients when traditional methods failed…” According to him, Wong said, “When waste deposits build up in certain parts of your body, it leads to bacteria being attracted to outside parts of the body, like toes or hands…”

Additionally Wong said, “To eliminate a fungal infection from invading and spreading, you simply have to clear out the waste from the main organs connected to them.” This claim is ridiculous. Simply getting rid of waste deposits in certain organs cannot realistically cure your toenail fungal infections. Unless the author can verify this claim, we treat it as a desperate move to confuse you, the customer into parting with your hard-earned cash.




As you may have learned from this thorough, unbiased Fungus Terminator review, it is a desperate scam from a desperate scammer. If you are suffering from toenail fungal infection, other legitimate and effective remedies may take time to work but produce realistic results. Do not lose your money to a swindler who does not care a little bit about you.


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