Ad Alert

Code Red Seven

This radio ad for a product called Code Red Seven makes it sound pretty miraculous. “David” was suffering from decreased libido due to his unhealthy lifestyle, but apparently Code Red Seven counteracted the negative effects of being overweight and drinking too much and delivered positive results. Despite the fast-talk at the end of the ad saying that Code Red Seven is not meant to treat or cure any disease, statements like “I felt a sensation that I never felt before” or “now I don’t have to go on a diet or stop drinking–I just get out the Code Red Seven” sound pretty bold. Without even knowing what’s in the product, that alone should be enough to make a consumer skeptical. Only FDA-approved drugs can come with treatment claims. Consult your doctor before trying anything for a medical problem.


Hey. My name is David. I’m 49 years old, and I was frustrated with my decreasing libido. Not just that, but I was having difficulty engaging in any sort of spur of the moment activity. I’m kind of overweight, I don’t eat healthy, and I drink from time to time. All these factors were making my love life nonexistent. I was depressed because what woman would want this? Then I tried a product called Code Red Seven, because it was supposed to work quickly. I figured, why not? It’s not a drug. I don’t need a prescription. There’s nothing to lose. I used it. Ten, twenty seconds tops, and I felt a sensation that I never felt before, and it lasted and lasted. The feeling alone was worth it, but there was much more; I just can’t say that type of stuff on the radio. They don’t ask questions when you call—it’s very private—not even your name. The whole process is solid. Now I don’t have to go on a diet or stop drinking. I just get out the Code Red Seven. Call (800) 980-8290 immediately… These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. 

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