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Is Ultra Fungus Fix a Scam? – Do Not Buy Before Reading

Ultra Fungus Fix ReviewUltra Fungus Fix is said to be some “secret formula” that can cure your fungal infection and make it stay away forever… But is it really? After all, you can’t always believe what you hear and when it comes to antifungal supplements there seem to be a lot of ones that do not work near as good as they claim. So is this the real deal or is Ultra Fungus Fix a scam that is just going to be a waste of your money?

In this review I’ll be going over some of the misleading information that you are told, the ingredients that are contained within this supplement, possible side effects, when you should be taking the supplement if you do purchase it, whether or not it is worth the price and more.

Ultra Fungus Fix Review

Okay, so let’s first talk about how I came across this supplement. I was out searching the web and came across an ad which directed me to the video that I took a screenshot of below… A claim to be some “simple method” and to be honest, it definitely sounded too good to be true, but I decided to watch the video anyhow.

The video started out with a bunch of news clips warning about how dangerous fungus can be and how it kills millions of people globally each year. This was obviously a ploy to strike fear into you, and really make you worry that you could be next. But it didn’t fall may because I have seen marketing for antifungal products like this before.

Sure, fungus can be very deadly, but it is definitely misleading in the way they present it.

But anyways… Ultra Fungus Fix is supposedly created by guy named Gerry Campbell, who you can see a picture of below.

Ultra Fungus Fix Gerry Campbell

This guy is the spokesperson that is talking in the video and he claims that he once had toenail fungus so bad that is spread through his whole body and nobody could figure out how to fix the problem. Having worked as a biologist for more than 20 years, he dedicated his time and resources to finding a cure, which of course he now is marketing as “Ultra Fungus Fix”.

He claims that this concoction of “special ingredients” eliminated his fungus in record time, but I am hesitant to believe anything this guy says.

Why?

Well because “Gerry Campbell” is the same guy who supposedly created another product called Fungus Repair Treatment in the past. Things just aren’t adding up and there is really no information that I can go off of to verify that this guy does actually exist. It more likely could be an entire fake story that was made up for the purpose of marketing.

Misleading Marketing Tactics

And you have all the usual misleading marketing tactics used here. They put a timer below the video claiming that the pages going to disappear in a couple hours, but this is not true at all. You can easily find this out for yourself by leaving the page and coming back and more than a few hours.

Also, I took the liberty of running a reverse Google image search of the testimonial pictures that are displayed below the video presentation and found that these images are fake. They are used on many different websites online and these people are not who they are claimed to be.

So there are a lot of misleading marketing tactics used… but does this mean that this is a scam? Absolutely not. However, I will say that it definitely reminds me of some scammy anti-fungal products I have reviewed in the past, such as Fungus Hack and Urgent Fungus Destroyer.

Lets take a look at the ingredients and see if this really contains a “secret formula” that will eliminate your fungus for good.

Ingredients

On the bottle of the supplements the tell you that it is…

  • Fast and powerful anti-fungal action
  • 100% natural and non-GMO
  • Scientifically proven formula

But what are these secret ingredients that are so amazing? Well… there are 14 of them and they include the following…

  • Bitter melon fruit extract
  • Cat’s claw bark powder
  • Cayenne fruit extract
  • Celerty seed powder
  • Garlic bulb extract
  • Ginseng root extract
  • Maitake mushroom extract
  • Olive leaf powder
  • Pomegranate fruit extract
  • Reishi mushroom extract
  • Schizandra berry extract
  • Slippery elm bark powder
  • Green tea extract
  • Oregano powder

You probably recognize quite a few of these ingredients and that is because many of them are commonly used in foods. Many of these ingredients do have proven antioxidant and immune system boosing properties but the problem here is that most have not been tested in their ability to fight off fungal infections.

So when they tell you that they are “scientifically proven” this is somewhat misleading as well.

It makes perfect sense that they can increase your body’s ability to fight off a fungal infection but nonetheless this is misleading.

The bottom line here is that none of these ingredients are miracle workers. What I see here is a list of ingredients that are definitely healthy and have benefits, but nothing that is going to cure a severe case of fungus… or at least not likely.

Side Effects?

They tell you there are no nasty side effects and this is one of the few truthful things that you are told.

The ingredients are all natural and mild. They are nothing to be worried about which is one of the good things.

Sure, there will be a small few people who will have side effects but there are always going to be some people that do. All of these ingredients are regarded as safe with the proper dosage.

When To Take Ultra Fungus Fix

They tell you that this supplement is not just for curing your infection, but also for staying healthy so you don’t get another.

So pretty much you can take this whenever. You can take it to help get rid of your existing infection or to help keep another one from getting to you.This supplement doesn’t attack the fungus directly. It just helps make you a healthier you so that there is a better chance your body can fight off the infection itself.

A Look At The Price

They tell you that there is an amazing deal going on right now where you can get massive discounts but I am hesitant to believe that this is the truth. Right now the prices per bottle vary depending on how many you purchase, the more the better, and are as follows…

  • 1 Bottle – $49
  • 3 Bottles – $119
  • 6 Bottles – $199

The normal price is supposedly $79 per bottle, which means you are saving tons of money. But like I said… I am hesitant to believe this. It is likely just another sales tactic to get people to buy in. I have no knowledge of this price ever actually being at the “normal” price.

The Bottom Line

The bottom line here is that this is a massively over-hyped product and it is certainly no miracle worker.  They can tell you all the great things they want in the sales pitch but if the ingredients don’t back up the claims then it means nothing.

This definitely has some very good ingredients that I am a big fan of, being a natural health enthusiast and all, but this just isn’t going to work as good as it is claimed to work.

Can Ultra Fungus Fix help your body fight off fungal infections and keep rid of them? Absolutely it can. But will it work like the miracle product they lead you to believe it is? I really don’t think so.

I think that this product is best suited for mild cases. If you have a severe case of fungus you need to consult a doctor… and maybe try out this product if you are running low on options.

Scam or Not?

Do you want my opinion on whether or not I think this is a scam product? Well… I can’t really answer this for you because it seem many people have different definitions of what a scam is or not. It is true that they mislead you a lot with their marketing but this product does have good natural ingredients and does have value…

But anyways… I hope you enjoyed this review and found it at least somewhat helpful. If you have any comments, questions or concerns feel free to leave them below and I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂 Also if you have tried out this supplement for yourself I would really appreciate it if you left your own review down below. I am sure that other readers will be able to benefit from it.

About the Author Kyle

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.

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