Instead, they choose to leave comments on this blog. To be precise, they left 15 comments in the last 12 hours. Some posts had up to four of the same useless comments.
Here's one of the comments left by Mr. A-Hole:
buddies, for painless tattoing and piercing try it out, drnumd anesthetic cream, its a great product. check it out
You know what? It takes me seconds to delete these comments. I'll continue to do this till this moron gets the idea.
To the readers of this blog and those of you that have stumbled upon this page, Dr. Numb is a scam! Do not purchase their products. It's all just a money making scam. If you do need a numbing cream, visit your family doctor or your nearest pharmacy. Consult your tattoo artist as well. He or she should be experienced enough to advise you.
Update - The comment below was left by a faceless "Manager" of Dr. Numb on Saturday, May 09, 2009 3:41:00 AM:
"Fuck you! who the hell do you think you are a-hoe! you know what your pathetic nut head! this is the manager of dr. numb. We just want to advertise our product and thats it. What's wrong with that? But you know what motherfucker, your just awaste of time. Buti nga we visited your site e. Kung pinoy ka man! gago pinoy kame at kung pinoy karin eh kahiya ka! Bye tanga! you dont know those words? Goooooggglllleeee it!!!!"
Update 29th June 2011: I've been getting a whole lot of web traffic from people searching for "Dr. Numb". Well if you are thinking of purchasing this product, it's really up to you! It's your money after all. But I'm sure you've read the countless GREAT reviews about the product online. In fact, I just read a few awesome comments about this product on public forums. The only problem is...the comments were left by users that only had a post or two on their account.
What does this mean? Quite simply, the account was set-up by people who solely wanted to leave that Super Awesome comment. Here's a tattoo forum you can look at. Take note of the last three comments...
Now think about... How many of us would go all over the net to proclaim that a product you bought is so damn good. Most people I know, would only do so if they are earning money from it! How do they earn money from it? Affiliate marketing of course! And yes, they do have an affiliate program. Here's the link!
If you have come to the conclusion that the majority of positive reviews about Dr. Numb are by affiliate marketers, then you ain't the only one. For the record, I don't have a problem with affiliate marketing. Neither do I have a problem with numbing creams. Your tattoo experience should be a great one. It doesn't matter if it's your first tattoo or your tenth. Just don't let a product ruin that experience. Ok?
You could also read the comments below from some people that have used this product. And you can read messages that was sent to me on Facebook from one of the CO-OWNERS of Dr. Numb. Click here to read that post!