My Personal Review

Hey, Rob here

This is my politically incorrect review of Venapro Hemorrhoid Treatment.
(if you are looking for the official Venapro website (click here))

I decided to write this review because I found a lot of conflicting reviews on the internet about this product. Some people screamed that it was “the best thing since slice bread”. Others
seemed to put down the product.

After doing a little more research I found that most of the “better than anything on the planet” reviews were being written by people who hadn’t tried the product (over even suffered from
hemorrhoids) but were promoting Venapro to make an affiliate commission.

And the people who were putting down Venapro were doing so because they were promoting ANOTHER hemorrhoid remedy that also paid an affiliate commission.

I’m a internet marketer. And, I suffered from hemorrhoids. After reading every comment I could find about Venapro I don’t believe I read a single review from someone who actually
used the product.

So, I setup this blog to tell you my experience with Venapro.

Look, I’m not a doctor, medical researcher or scientist. I have found out that Venapro works for many people (including me) and it hasn’t completely resolved the problem for some.
I really don’t know if it will work for you or not. All I can say is, “it worked well for me”.

I’m sure I could write some fancy sales page that would use sales tactics and persuasive copy to convince you to click my link below. I’m not going to do that. When I was looking for
some real reviews of Venapro I couldn’t find any.


I’m just going to say that Venapro worked for me (Sorry if you wanted something more earth shattering. This stuff worked for me. Period!)

I finally got rid of my hemorrhoid chair donut ring!

And here’s the link for you to go and try it …

Venapro Hemorrhoid Treatment Official Site

(And yes, that is my affiliate link)

Is This A Scam?

Is Venapro A Scam?

When I was doing my research before purchasing Venapro I found this question on a few forums.

The weird thing was a few people that called it a scam WERE NOT talking about the actual product.

They were screaming SCAM about the return policy. If you read the website carefully (which these people obvious did not), the terms for receiving a refund seem pretty clear.

Here’s the return policy. If you don’t like it, send it back and they’ll give you your money back.
(seems pretty simple to me)

These weirdos were screaming scam because THEY had to pay the return shipping! That’s right, they wanted Venapro to give them their money back (even if they used all the
product) and pay to have the product returned.

I didn’t find any other mention of a scam when it came to the Venapro Hemorrhoid Treatment.

I find it sad that in today’s economic environment people would label a USA based manufacturer as a scam just because the purchaser didn’t take the time to read the details. And, if
every company gave their product out with a money back guarantee AND paid for all the expenses like return shipping there would be a lot of unethical people taking advantage of
them. And, it would be hard for a company to stay in business with that policy. Don’t we want these companies to make money and hire workers? Makes me wonder if the same
“entitled” people who were screaming “scam” because they had to pay return shipping are also the ones screaming at the government when are manufacturing jobs get shipped

I think Venapro’s refund policy is extremely fair, thankfully I liked the product and didn’t have to ask for a refund. I was also pleasantly surprised when I found out Venapro was
manufactured in the USA.