Stop the Herpes Scams

Herpes scammers are preying upon people desperate to find a cure for herpes. Currently there in no cure, despite claims from others.

This is an open letter to all of the people behind the herpes cure scams out there. Please stop. You are preying on people who are desperate and possibly depressed because they have herpes. These are good people who have contracted a virus. They are scared, confused and looking for information. In most cases, they didn’t ask for this. They don’t need you trying to sell them your magic beans.

First, let us make one thing clear. At the time of this writing, there is no cure for herpes. Period. No herbal recipe, secret cocktail or magic potion will change that fact. We are a large community and have educated and warned others that your “Herpes cure” scams are just that. One big scam.

Besides being predatory and despicable, you are affecting the lives of others, What happens when they buy your scam product, think they are cured and spread it to their partner? That would be on you and you should be ashamed.

The minute you claim that you can cure herpes, we know it is a scam. We will even go one step further, “You are lying.” Plain and simple.

We have seen your ads and claims all over the internet but we really didn’t have to do a lot of looking as we saved all of your spam comments you attempted to make in our blog. This is a place where real people have real questions and concerns but you still try to sell your herpes cure scams? Not.

Yes, we are going to put you on blast. Right here. Right now. Maybe someone will look you up and see this post explaining that you are nothing but frauds.

The following are herpes cure scams and frauds.

Please do NOT attempt to contact these people.  These are the biggest offenders for spamming our blog.  The only reason we did include their contact information is for people who run across them and decide to Google them.

Professor Oseamuyi (Scam/fraud) – He is claiming that he can cure your herpes in 2 days.  Well, the person who wrote in and gave her “Testimonial” claimed that after taking his “Herbal herbs.”  By the way, “She” also claims he can cure “Hiv, Hpv, ulcer,and so many other disease.”

Dr. Fred Herbal Center (Scam/fraud) Ok, “Dr. Fred” even has a website, so he has to be legit, right?  What is more professional than wanting you to contact him via his Whatsapp number?  He claims to cure herpes with his special blend of herbal medicine via a testimonial  (You see a pattern here?)  Besides herpes, he will also whip you up a batch of something for Diabetes, Hemorrhoids and Penis Enlargement just to name a few.  The list goes on.   If you have an ailment, he has the cure.  Not.

Dr.SEBI (Scam/fraud) Believe it or not, this person wrote us to share their testimonial of “DR” Sebi.  She just “Applied”  his “Herbal medicine potion” and after a month she was cured of her herpes!  Whatsapp numbers must be popular with these guys because Dr. Sebi has one, too.

Dr. Silver (Scam/Fraud) According to this person’s testimonial, they visited Dr Silver Herbal Center and they were cured of herpes by one of their herbal medicines.  They also claim that good ol’ Dr. Silver’s herbal “Medicine” can cure not only STDs but also cure miscarriage, stillbirth (Yes, that is what they claim), drop in sperm count and erectile dysfunction.

Now, we are thinking that it is only a handful of you running these herpes cure scams but you are going by a lot of different names.  So, we thought we would list those as well.  You basically promise to cure everything including Herpes, HPV, epilepsy, HIV, asthma, ALS…you get the idea.  Basically, anything under the sun. You use the term “Doctor”  loosely and are a scam as well.

Dr. Mujahid (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Bulukona (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Osewe (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Ayekpa (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. EDE-MEME (Scam/Fraud) He also sells a “Love spell potion.”
Dr.Unuareghe (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Akube (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Molemen (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Okoson (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Vidi Rosicrucian (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Izaza (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Muzack (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Great (Probably not their real name) (Scam/Fraud) GREATCURE34@GMAIL.COM
Dr. Axe (Now they are just getting lazy) (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Lucky (It just got old) (Scam/Fraud)
Princes Omo (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Oyediran (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Alica (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Oluwa (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Osseja (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Hazim (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Uchegbu (Scam/Fraud)
Dr Abai (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Ajaguna (Scam/Fraud)
Dr. Lucas (Scam/Fraud)

Yes, Scammers, we are a tight community and we will no longer stand for you preying on people with herpes.  Friends don’t let other friends get scammed.  We will do everything we can to expose you for what you are and call you out.  Enough is enough.  This is just a partial list of the names you have used.  We have decided to start a permanent list that will continue to grow.

So, go ahead.  Send us another email or blog post claiming how your secret herbal potion cures herpes.

Until next time.

Your Pal,


(If any of our readers come across anybody that sounds too good to be true, post them in the comments!)

  1. Dex 6 years ago

    Ok, here is the next round of scams and frauds. Yes, they even tried spamming this thread.

    (Scam/Fraud) Dr. Herbal drherbalhealinghome@gmail. com
    (Scam/Fraud) Dr Linda (Best Health Herbal Centre) This one spams a LOT!
    (Scam/Fraud) Dr Aiwekhoe
    (Scam/Fraud) Dr Iyoha (Also cures body boils??)

  2. ansley 6 years ago

    ok when i see this ……. email:
    i thiught it was a scam but it’s not a scam he will give you herbal medicine for herpes and other diesease cure

  3. Robert 6 years ago

    Thank you for the article and references. I know it must have taken some time to research and produce. Much time, money, and hope therefore not to be wasted on either quack solutions or predatory intention.
    On a slight tangent some years ago while investigating HSVII causes, contraction, and cures, I quickly discovered the basics which included, as we know, no cure-only treatment. Some of my information was obtained from the University of Washington Virology Research Clinic.
    At that time, given the realization of “no cure” currently available I did ask whether any effort has been put forward into a litmus paper type skin swab that could at least convince potential sex partners that a person admittedly with HSVII could demonstrate that they were in a non-shedding window; as I was told shedding is approximately a two day period of every month; no skin flare ups just the bug expressing itself to the surface of the skin and, as a result, transferable. So, not wanting to wear boxer shorts and a condom, I thought perhaps of a direction for research to pursue. Most likely also easier said than done. Nevertheless the virus is detectable by means of lab methodology. Perhaps only direct observation. Yet if a process could be turned into an over-the-counter test kit of some kind, i.e., swabs or paper, it would, needles to say, be a relief of many iffy concerns. Maybe far fetched, maybe far-reaching, but maybe, and yet hopefully, abreast of other science in the making.
    Thank you again for the article and an opportunity to speak up.

    • Dex 6 years ago

      Thank you for commenting, Robert!

  4. Dex 6 years ago

    They just keep trying. Yes, the below “Doctor” is a scam.

    Dr. Dan God

    Thank you “John Homles” for trying to spam this.

  5. Jay 4 years ago

    Thanks for this article. My educated brain was saying “this is BS” when I read all their curative claims. The desperation in me was saying “what if?” I was very close to falling for it. So you have done me a great service. Thank you.
    Still, it would be nice to see a cure developed within my lifetime..

  6. Author
    Team HWerks 4 years ago

    Hi Jay!
    Don’t waste your life waiting on a cure. Go out and live the way you should. Unfortunately, these scams give people false hope or worse…they think they are cured.

  7. Author
    Team HWerks 4 years ago

    Another scammer who is spamming the comments…
    Robinson Buckler (Fraud) is a scammer trying to sell a herpes cure.
    When will they ever learn…

  8. Joel Martin 3 years ago

    Yes there is another one promising complete remission with a baiting video.
    A green supplement that charges 79 dollars a bottle plus shipping.
    Of course you can get a cheaper and buy three at a time or half dozen at a time.

  9. Dr. Joel Martin 3 years ago

    Total tipoff promising results.
    An over-the-top video trying to sell a scam which is sold through a company called Home Goods it sells everything you can imagine on the marketplace. People like this need to be stopped. If it sounds too good to be true it always is.

    • Dex 3 years ago

      Thank you for that. Yes, there are a lot of scams out there and they pray on people desperately looking for a cure.

  10. David III Cardona 3 years ago

    Hello Family,

    I came across Dr. Moleman that said he can cures many disease. Is this guy legit? Please help.

    • Author
      Team HWerks 3 years ago

      Hi David!
      If he claims to cure herpes, it is a scam.

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