From an Amature Radio Enthusiast's standpoint, the evidence for actual landings is compelling; the radio/video transmissions of the events came from the moon, as more than readily apparent by simple triangulation calculated from the required aiming angles of Earth-Based antennae used to receive those signals. Laser Reflectors were left in place by Astronauts as well, which can yet be illuminated by Earth-Bound Lasers. I wonder where we would find ouselves today if 30 years ago we had undertaken an equivalent alternative energy initiative.
Both arguments are wrong.
About the radio/video transmissions. There is some evidence that, yes, it was send from the moon. But that doesn't proof a thing, Nasa might have put a sender on the moon without men. There is evidence that this indeed was the case.
About the laser reflectors. This also doesn't mean one damned thing, because
there were done laser experiments with the moon, way, way, way back before there had been any man on the moon.!
So, exit these two 'arguments"
And, of course they have never been on the moon with THAT extremely stupid equipment.