Are we truly safe from other possible deceptions?
Hi, I’m David, and I am the mastermind behind this nice blog named for the sake of search engines (how to get rid of hives fast).
Today, I’m going to make you experience an epiphany, and I promise you that the more you read, the more eureka moments you’ll get. Eureka is just a fancy way to say “A-HA!”
If you want to know how such a book ended up with a very negative rating on our website, you should consider taking a sneak peak at our quality metrics.
Just suppose, for all your own reasons, that you deepened your faith and decided to believe on what you’re about to discover. You can see the benefit, can’t you? Well, you should.
First of all, don’t bother typing “get rid of hives fast by Paulette Joynt reviews” into Google. You’ll get a lot of one-page scam website reviews praising the name of the book.
You see, when a person can make $4000 from reviewing books, you shouldn’t, by any means, expect them to provide you with an honest review. See our About page.
YouTube reviews, blog posts and whole websites are created every day just to praise the names of books that pay well and have the most effective sales pages.
Yeast infections, erectile dysfunction, getting pregnant and weight loss magical solutions…. there is a cure for everything as long as you’re dumb enough and willing to pay (and damn, you will).
Now, because this army of affiliates won’t promote any product, even if it’s the best in its niche, product authors and vendors use deceitful ways to get the sale (to convert). They use fake featurings (featured on WebMD), they fake testimonials, they use hidden upsells, they will exchange your email with other vendors, they will use poor Dr. Oz in the pitch page… The list is way longer than you could imagine.
Although the picture seems dark, there is plenty of quality eBooks out there and very good digital products worth every dime spent on them, but they are lightly promoted.
In our website (How to Get Rid of Hives Fast), we use strict quality metrics to ensure that you get unbiased, 100% honest reviews about urticaria and angioedema products.
Now, let’s talk a little bit about the book: Get Rid of Hives Fast by Paulette Joynt.
This book is not owned or written by Paulette Joynt. There is nothing wrong with pen names as long as you declare it on the legal disclaimer. However, this book is created by a profit network. And when I say profit network, red flags rise.
This profit network contains two other books with different names.
getridofhives.co: Get Rid of Hives Fast by Paulette Joynt
urticaria-relief.com: Natural Urticaria Relief by Kate Andrews
getridofherpes.net: Get Rid of Herpes by Sarah Wilcox
getridofcoldsores-fast.com: Get rid of cold sores fast by Ellie Gadsby
You can clearly see the similarity.
Profit networks are known to use fake testimonials and fake author identities. You can even check for their profiles. (yep, no social presence at all).
I always advise to take ethics with a grain of salt because this situation is our fault. We really do judge a book by its cover, OK. so they use manipulative tricks to sell. What about the product’s efficiency?
Here is a screenshot from the inside answering a very important question:
Paulette starts by telling her story with hives and how she lived with chronic urticaria for almost 20 years. Paulette says that she used every solution possible: antihistamines (over the counter and prescribed), steroids, essential oils, acupuncture and a whole host of urticaria remedies, but nothing really helped her.
Then, she dove into the anatomy of angioedema to explain that both angioedema and hives are pretty identical and can be treated the same way.
The Lucky Break.
Paulette describes how a lady from some store gave her the most precious answer of her life: the perfect treatment for chronic urticaria.
She describes how to use the cure along with a detoxification protocol and avoiding certain foods.
In a nutshell:
The book costs $37, which is pretty high for the value.
The book and its content is good overall, but it’s a one-trick book that might not work for everyone. I am very knowledgeable about hives, and I know a lot of people who have already used this kind of protocol in vein.
I think that the author of the book lacks courage to cover other possible solutions.
This book is ideal for acute urticaria, which lasts less than 6 weeks, hives due to stomach acidity and allergens, and it is very helpful for celiac disease sufferers if the complete protocol has been correctly followed.
We may disagree on how they sell their product, but the book is not bad after all.
If I had to pay for an urticaria and angioedema eBook, I will always go with “Urticaria No More”. I believe in this book.