At SupplementPolice, we try to do the right thing first and foremost. As researchers who want to provide the best health and wellness reviews, we try to keep our eyes and ears open for all feedback and newly formed products. Lately we have been starting to get asked about fake news articles (like the Shark Tank Testosterone Boosting Alpha Tablets) and whether or not they are real.
Many of these advertorials position a newly founded male enhancement pill that helps boost testosterone levels and enhance nitric oxide for better flow and pump. From what we have gathered initially, these webpages will reference Korean sisters Angela and Yoojin Kim mentioning they got the biggest deal on Shark Tank tv show for their alpha tablets for men.
While we research this growing matter, we wanted to put a feeler message out there and open up the comments to see if anyone else has questions or run-ins with these types of pages. We would venture to say rest assured that most of these Shark Tank, CNN, Fox News, Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary or any other similiar shows and Sharks are probably not directly responsible for this nor have they endorsed any testosterone boosting hormone pill in the recent past.
As always, we are committed to helping create a platform for the consumer to share educational tips and help raise awareness for all the good (and potentially bad) products and supplements available online.
We always strive to maintain a level of transparency and ultimately accurately with everything we publish and put out. Please let us know if you have any more to add to this review as we continue to examine the entire unfolding story here.