If you have toenail fungus then Japanese Toenail Fungus Code claims to be the solution. It is said to be able to “neutralize” your fungus within two weeks and all you need is 10 minutes a day for this to work. It also claims to be free of any harsh treatments or expensive ones, consisting of treatments with products or you can pick up at your local grocery store.
But is it really as good as it claims to be? It seems that every antifungal product out there claims to be the greatest thing that has ever existed, yet most of them don’t work as good as they say. So is this the real deal or will this just be a waste of money? Is Japanese Toenail Fungus Code a scam? These are questions that everyone needs answered before buying a product like this, so I took the liberty of doing some research on this “code” and he is my review. If you’re thinking about buying into this you are definitely going to want to read this over first.
I’m sure you are skeptical of Japanese Toenail Fungus Code, which is probably why you are reading my review now. The video presentation for this product is very overhyped and it just comes off as being somewhat of a scam, or at least that’s what I thought at first glance.
As the old saying goes, if something sounds too good to be true then it probably is. And this seemes like a way overhyped anti-fungal product, kind of like Fungus Hack or Fungus Shield Plus, both of which I have exposed on this site.
In short… This product is not nearly as good as it claims to be. It is nothing more than an e-book that contains a bunch of information on natural and easy solutions to curing turnout fungus. Does it provide good information? Yes, I will admit that it does, but this information can easily be found for free on YouTube or just searching around Google.
I’ll get into the details of this product in a bit, but first I go over some of the lies and misleading sales tactics they throw at you.
There are more than one sales page for this product, but the screenshots below are from the one that I came across.
First of all, they lie to you when they claim that this product has been seen on ABC News, NBC, MSN, etc. It may have been advertised on the sites, but this doesn’t really mean anything because anyone can paid to advertise on the sites. I could advertise a complete scam right now if I wanted to. So maybe this is in a complete lie but is very misleading. This product has definitely not been featured by any of these news channels that’s for sure.
And in the video presentation that I watched there is this guy named “Doctor James Clement” that was supposedly some expert on toenail fungus. However I was already suspicious that this guy was probably fake, because I review scams like this all time, so I did some digging around and found that this guy is actually a paid actor on the freelance marketing website Fiverr. He’s just an actor that the creators of this product paid to make a fake video…
Is The Spokesperson’s Story Really True? = Probably Not
There is no proof that I have of the spokesperson’s story being false, but I’m guessing that is false. The spokesperson’s name is Terry WIlliams supposedly, and he tells you some sob story about his wife Caroline’s liver failing all due to toenail fungus, and her almost dying.
Then of course she came across Japanese Toenail Fungus Code and WALAHH…. Fungus cured, a miracle! All in just 12 days too. Wow.
Don’t Rush Yourself..
In the video presentation Terry tells you that the video could be taken down at any time in that you have to act now if you really want to buy this product. He claims that the “money grabbing pharmaceutical companies” when to stop his breakthrough because it is hurting their business.
This it is nothing more than a clever little marketing tactic called false scarcity, which is when you try to make it seem urgent that viewers buy in right away, because if they don’t they might lose out. But it’s all just a lie.
Very Misleading Information
The the entire video presentation is just a bunch of lies in misleading information for the most part… All designed to sucker people into buying this product.
At one point Terry talks about Lamisil and Sporanox which are two antifungal medications that doctors prescribe. He claims that these drugs only have a 60% success rate and damage your body 100% of the time. Basically what you lead you to believe is that the big pharmaceutical companies are not even trying to help you out. They want the drugs to fail want to get you hooked on them. Now whether this is true or not is another story, but the fact of the matter is that Terry presents this information in a very misleading way.
Both of these drugs are very different than what Japanese Toenail Fungus Code is promoting. Japanese Toenail Fungus Code is promoting natural solutions, which will work in some cases, but in more severe and possibly life-threatening fungus cases, you are going to need drugs like Lamisil and Sporanox. Also, both of these drugs have very good ratings from real users.
Yes, they have been linked to death in some cases, but something else that he doesn’t tell you is that most of the deaths have come from people with underlying systemic conditions, according to the FDA.
Japanese Toenail Fungus Code is just an e-book that is over 100 pages long. It provides information on many different aspects of toenail fungus so that you can tackle it from all angles.
It is important to realize that this is just an e-book. You are buying information here even if you want anything to work you will have to go out and buy products at the grocery store that it recommends.
In the e-book there is information on grooming your toenails, keeping your feet clean and dry, wearing socks that are made of natural material in breathable, and most importantly natural strategies for keeping your nails strong, healthy, and fungus free.
The different natural remedies that are discussed for keeping your nails strong include…
Then in another section of the e-book there are different remedies that you can start using right away, because you probably already have the ingredients needed in your house. These remedies include…
Detoxification is also discussed, where the author talks about taking chlorella to detoxify your body and help rid it of the fungus. Chlorella is something that I have actually taken before and have a lot of knowledge about. It has loads of chlorophyll and is proven to detoxify, so this is some very good information. However I do not have any experience taking it to eliminate toenail fungus nor have I found any studies on it. So I am unsure of how effective it would be in this particular situation.
There is some controversy over whether this guy actually exists or not. I have not been able to find any verifiable information that proves his existence.
I was able to find that there is a doctor with the name Hiroki Ishiguro, but this guy was born well after World War II, so it is the wrong Dr.
Is Japanese Toenail Fungus Code a scam? All in all I would not call a scam because it does provide some good information. However I will say that it is marketed in a misleading and somewhat “scammy” way, with lots of hype and information that just isn’t true.
If you are still interested in buying this product there is another suggestion that I have. Why not just look up how to do the different natural remedies that are discussed in the book for free on YouTube or Google? I mentioned all the different remedies that are in the book, so just do a little bit of your own research now instead of buying this product. You could still purchase it… it is up to you. I mean, it is nice how all the information is all packed together in a convenient ebook. If you are interested in buying it you can do so on the official website here.
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this honest review and found it helpful. Please share if you did. Also, leave any comments, questions, or concerns in the comment section below and I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Kyle is an avid health enthusiast that believes in nature as a cure-all. When he's not drinking spirulina smoothies or dealing with the horrible aftertaste of stevia, he is probably working out, researching healthy herbs, or dealing with hand cramps he gets from writing articles like this.