Advanced Medical Institute Loses Legal Battle
Written by Richard Simmons| Thursday, 30 December 2010| There is 1 comment
It may be that the final nail in the coffin of the company calling itself the Advanced Medical Institute has been hammered in. After a long legal process the Herald newspaper in Australia has won a legal victory in being allowed to publish the dangerous and unethical methods that this company used to prey on vulnerable men suffering from erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.
AMI which was run by the aptly named Jacov Vaisman has now been placed into administration and is also being required to pay the majority of the Herald newspapers' huge legal fees.
At Ukmedix News we have reported on more than one occasion about AMI and other companies which use false claims and pressure selling to get desperate men to hand over their credit card details. The Australian Department of Fair Trading has received hundreds of complaints about AMI's unethical sales tactics, as well as from those who found when they read the small print of their contracts that they were bound to continue shelling out money until they had tried practically every treatment on offer including penile injections.
Other good news for Australian men suffering from impotence is that the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has said that they will be prosecuting Mr Vaisman as well as two of his doctors for what they described as 'unconscionable conduct'. One doctor who worked for AMI for over two years said that often patients were not warned about the dangerous side effects of medications and that the emphasis was purely on getting them to part with as much money as possible.
At Ukmedix News we understand why men can make irrational decisions when it comes to getting help for erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. Because they are often so embarrassed about their sexual health they take the easiest route and are sucked in by smooth talking salesmen.
The golden rule when it comes to getting help for the problem of erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation is to always always use a doctor as the first point of call. It is possible to have an online consultation with a doctor at the Ukmedix web site if you feel this will be more discreet and less embarrassing.