Category: Scams

Sta-Max Scam

Sta-Max Plus – Is it a Scam?sta-max package

“Is Sta-Max a complete scam?” This is a question that easily pops to mind when viewing the Sta-Max Plus website. Sta-Max is not one of the better known male enhancers, as this product only came into existence in July 2009. The Sta-Max website claims that Sta-Max will help men increase their sexual stamina and sexual arousal – which is quite unrealistic with this product. The Sta-Max formula contains a mere 4 different herbal ingredients – including Yohimbe. (See Yohimbe warning below)

We have compiled the following report for men wondering if Sta-Max is a scam. We encourage you to check out this Sta-Max review, and if you have tried Sta-Max and would like to send in a Sta-Max testimonial or review of your own, please do so via our contact form below. We would be happy to post any Sta-Max reviews or testimonials from men who have tried this product. We offer the following Sta-Max information and hope it helps you decide whether or not Sta-Max is a scam.

Scam Report Card: Sta-Max

 

Product: Sta-Max
   
In Business Since: July 2009
Reputation: None
Doctor Endorsed: No
Money Back Guarantee: Yes – No details on website
Customer Support: Poor
Official Product Website: Yes
Real Customer Testimonials: Unknown
Recurring Billing: Yes
Autoship Program: Yes
Product Safety: Dangerous (Yohimbe)
Anti-Spam Compliant: Unknown
Price: Average
Manufactured in CGMP-Certified Labs: Unknown
Contains Yohimbe: Yes
Projected Customer Satisfaction Rating: <5%
   
STA-MAX RATING
D-

As you can see from the chart above, Sta-Max does not rank highly in any of the categories which help determine if a product is a scam. One of the many concerns regarding Sta-Max pills is their use of Autoship programs and recurring billing.

Most complaints about penis enlargement websites involve unauthorized credit card charges from products using recurring billing or autoship programs. Sta-Max appears to fit right into this category, as the only way you can purchase this product is through their “Introductory Offer” – which automatically enrolls you in their ‘Sta-Max Plus Healthier Sex Club’ program. This is usually the first and easiest sign that a product is a scam. We do have several concerns regarding Sta-Max which are outlined below.

We have been studying Sta-Max pills in depth, and are aware of several problems and concerns regarding this company. Sta-Max has only been in business for less than 2 years and we always caution consumers to be wary of any online product that has not been established for a number of years.

In our opinion, it seems quite obvious that Sta-Max may be a scam designed to get you into their Autoship program, which then usually takes months of effort to cancel. At the very least Sta-Max is an inferior male enhancement product with very few ingredients other than Yohimbe, which can be quite dangerous and the subject of several FDA consumer health warnings. For over a decade we have advised our readers to avoid any products with Yohimbe at all costs. We advise men considering buying Sta-Max to proceed with extreme caution. If you must, it would be wise to buy Sta-Max with a pre-paid credit card to eliminate the risk of recurring billing practices.

 

Here is the list of the ‘pros’ of Sta-Max:

  • Product has an official website

 

Here are some of the ‘cons’ of Sta-Max:

  • Sta-Max contains the potentially dangerous herb Yohimbe
  • Not backed by clinical studies
  • No details of money back guarantee on Sta-Max website
  • Many customer testimonials don’t even mention Sta-Max by name and appear fake
  • Unable to buy Sta-Max other than through “Introductory Offer”
  • Sta-Max uses recurring billing and autoship programs
  • Only 500 mg per tablet and only 4 different ingredients in Sta-Max
  • Sta-Max is not doctor endorsed
  • Company makes inaccurate comparisons to Enzyte, Extenze, Stamina-Rx, and Zencore
  • No free shipping with Sta-Max no matter the order size

 Sta-Max – Side Effects

The Sta-Max formula includes Yohimbe extract which may have potentially serious side effects and/or interactions with other medications or conditions. If you have high blood pressure or any other medical condition, consult your doctor before using Sta-Max. There are several FDA warnings regarding Yohimbe and supplements which contain this herb.

We think you’ll agree from the ‘pros and cons’ list above that there isn’t very much to like about Sta-Max or the company behind this product. We have studied and reviewed Sta-Max in depth and in our opinion Sta-Max is a low quality product and it seems likely that this product may be a complete scam. We recommend you stick to trusted products with real clinical studies, actual doctor endorsements, and a proven track record of results and safety.

We would be quite confident in betting that this product will not be around for long. Save your money for a product that will give you great results and comes with a money back guarantee.

Renadex Scam

Is Renadex a complete scam?” This is a question that easily pops to mind when viewing the Renadex website. Renadex is not one of the better known male enhancers, as this product only came into existence in May 2010. The Renadex website claims that Renadex will help men increase their penis size, as well as an assortment of other claims. The Renadex formula contains 7 herbal ingredients – including Yohimbe. (See Yohimbe warning below).renadex bottle

We have compiled the following report for men wondering if Renadex is a scam. We encourage you to check out this Renadex review, and if you have tried Renadex and would like to send in a Renadex testimonial or review of your own, please do so via our contact form below. We would be happy to post any Renadex reviews or testimonials from men who have tried this product. We offer the following Renadex information and hope it helps you decide whether or not Renadex is a scam.

Scam Report Card: Renadex

 

Product: Renadex
   
In Business Since: May 2010
Reputation: Non-Existent
Doctor Endorsed: No
Money Back Guarantee: No
Customer Support: Poor
Official Product Website: Yes
Real Customer Testimonials: Unknown
Recurring Billing: Yes
Autoship Program: Yes
Product Safety: Dangerous (Yohimbe)
Anti-Spam Compliant: Unknown
Price: High
Manufactured in CGMP-Certified Labs: Unknown
Contains Yohimbe: Yes
Projected Customer Satisfaction Rating: <5%
   
RENADEX RATING
F-

  

As you can see from the chart above, Renadex does not rank highly in any of the categories which help determine if a product is a scam. According to claims on the website, Renadex will increase penis size, create stronger orgasms, provide longer, harder erections, and eliminate premature ejaculation – a veritable “cure all”! If you do a Google search on Renadex you will find that most of the search listings consist of “Renadex Warning” websites.

Most complaints about penis enlargement websites involve unauthorized credit card charges from products using recurring billing or autoship programs. Renadex appears to fit right into this category, as the only way you can purchase this product is through their “Trial Bottle” offer – you can’t just buy a certain number of bottles of Renadex. This is usually the first and easiest sign that a product is a scam. We do have several concerns regarding Renadex which are outlined below.

We have been studying Renadex pills in depth, and are aware of several problems and concerns regarding this company. Renadex has only been in business for a few months .and we always caution consumers to be wary of any online product that has not been established for at least a few years.

In our opinion, it seems quite obvious that Renadex iss indeed a scam designed to get you into their Autoship program, which then usually takes months of effort to cancel. We advise men considering buying Renadex to proceed with extreme caution. It would be wise to buy Renadex with a pre-paid credit card to eliminate the risk of recurring billing practices.

 

Here is the list of the ‘pros’ of Renadex:

  • Product has an official website

 

Here are some of the ‘cons’ of Renadex:

  • Renadex is not doctor endorsed
  • Not backed by clinical studies
  • No money back guarantee
  • Customer testimonials don’t even mention Renadex by name and appear fake
  • Renadex has only been in business for a period of months
  • Can only be purchased through Trial Bottle offer
  • Renadex uses recurring billing and autoship programs
  • Very high price
  • Renadex contains the potentially dangerous herb Yohimbe
  • Company makes false claims including “#1 Rated Penis Enlargement Program”
  • No free shipping with Renadex no matter the order size
  • If order not returned within 14 days – customer will be charged $87 “purchase fee” in addition to initial charge of $39.97

Renadex – Side Effects

The Renadex formula includes Yohimbe extract which may have potentially serious side effects and/or interactions with other medications or conditions. If you have high blood pressure or any other medical condition, consult your doctor before using Renadex. There are several FDA warnings regarding Yohimbe and supplements which contain this herb.

We think you’ll agree from the ‘pros and cons’ list above that there isn’t very much to like about Renadex or the company behind this product. We have studied and reviewed Renadex in depth and in our opinion Renadex is a total scam. If you’ve ever heard about Renadex and wondered if it was a scam – the answer certainly seem to be a resounding – “YES”!

Renadex is definitely a scam – any product that makes obvious false claims, engages in deceptive billing practices, and only seems interested in your credit card information to sign you up for recurrring billing – definitely should be avoided. On a scale of 1 to 10 we would rate Renadex as a 1.  We have been urging our readers to avoid this product and buy a top-quality product that actually works.

We would be quite confident in betting that this product will not be around for long. We have included this full Renadex review to help men learn more about Renadex.

Man-Up Now Scam

The last few years has seen a dramatic increase in the quality and effectiveness of herbal supplements, and this includes natural male enhancement products. Although some male enhancement products produce significantly better results than others, the fact is that the majority of male enhancement pills produced today are good quality supplements. However, as with any industry, there are always a few products that not only don’t work – but are actually scams designed to take your money.man-up-now packaging

A handful of penis enlargement scams have circulated for years, taking advantage of people who aren’t aware of these dubious products distributed by fly-by-night companies – usually out of countries where enforcement is non-existent. One of the most popular penis enlargement scams is for an enhancement pill called Man-Up-Now. While for the most part penis enlargement SPAM has been eradicated – a few products gained notoriety for the huge amount of spam e-mails they sent trying to promote their bogus product – and Man-Up-Now is one of these products.

Man-Up-Now is one of the many “brand” names for non-existent male enhancement pills that were promoted through SPAM e-mail. Men unfortunate enough to order Man-Up-Now would never receive their product, and would be left to try and get their money back through their credit card company – often with little success. Man-Up-Now has many complaints against it by consumers who have been trapped in their “auto-billing” program, and been charged hundreds of dollars for product they didn’t want.

The best way to avoid becoming the victim of a penis enlargement scam is to never order any product as the result of receiving SPAM e-mail for that product. All legitimate male enhancement companies are Anti-Spam compliant and have zero tolerance for this form of marketing. Never click through any links found in SPAM e-mail – simply delete the e-mail immediately. Most of these scam products like Man-Up-Now have websites that are only operational for a few weeks – and then they take them down and move on before they are caught. Stick to reputable products that have been around for a few years and are well reviewed online.

Here is a checklist to help determine if a male enhancement pill is a scam or not:

extamax scam checklist

Man-Up-Now was definitely one of the worst male enhancement scams, but fortunately those scammers are no longer around and consumers have gotten much wiser. If you are ever in doubt as to whether a male enhancement pill is a scam or not – just check a few enhancement review sites, and it should be apparent quite quickly if that product is a scam. Stick to well-known enhancement products that have been around for awhile and you’ll be fine.

As with every kind of product – reputation is everything, so stick to reputable companies that produce high quality products, even if they’re a bit more expensive. If something seems too good to be true – it probably is!

Extamax Scam

The last few years has seen a dramatic increase in the quality and effectiveness of herbal supplements, and this includes natural male enhancement products. Although some male enhancement products produce significantly better results than others, the fact is that the majority of male enhancement pills produced today are good quality supplements. However, as with any industry, there are always a few products that not only don’t work – but are actually scams designed to take your money.extamax bottle

A handful of penis enlargement scams have circulated for years, taking advantage of people who aren’t aware of these dubious products distributed by fly-by-night companies – usually out of countries where enforcement is non-existent. One of the most popular penis enlargement scams is for an enhancement pill called Extamax. While for the most part penis enlargement SPAM has been eradicated – a few products gained notoriety for the huge amount of spam e-mails they sent trying to promote their bogus product – and Extamax is one of these products.

Extamax is one of the many “brand” names for non-existent male enhancement pills that were promoted through SPAM e-mail. Men unfortunate enough to order Extamax would never receive their product, and would be left to try and get their money back through their credit card company – often with little success. Extamax has many complaints against it by consumers who have been trapped in their “auto-billing” program, and been charged hundreds of dollars for product they didn’t want.

The best way to avoid becoming the victim of a penis enlargement scam is to never order any product as the result of receiving SPAM e-mail for that product. All legitimate male enhancement companies are Anti-Spam compliant and have zero tolerance for this form of marketing. Never click through any links found in SPAM e-mail – simply delete the e-mail immediately. Most of these scam products like Extamax have websites that are only operational for a few weeks – and then they take them down and move on before they are caught. Stick to reputable products that have been around for a few years and are well reviewed online.

Here is a checklist to help determine if a male enhancement pill is a scam or not:

extamax scam checklist

Extamax was definitely one of the worst male enhancement scams, but fortunately those scammers are no longer around and consumers have gotten much wiser. If you are ever in doubt as to whether a male enhancement pill is a scam or not – just check a few enhancement review sites, and it should be apparent quite quickly if that product is a scam. Stick to well-known enhancement products that have been around for awhile and you’ll be fine.

As with every kind of product – reputation is everything, so stick to reputable companies that produce high quality products, even if they’re a bit more expensive. If something seems too good to be true – it probably is!

Enlarge Max Scam

The last few years has seen a dramatic increase in the quality and effectiveness of herbal supplements, and this includes natural male enhancement products. Although some male enhancement products produce significantly better results than others, the fact is that the majority of male enhancement pills produced today are good quality supplements. However, as with any industry, there are always a few products that not only don’t work – but are actually scams designed to take your money.enlarge-maxx penis enlargement scam

A handful of penis enlargement scams have circulated for years, taking advantage of people who aren’t aware of these dubious products distributed by fly-by-night companies – usually out of countries where enforcement is non-existent. One of the most popular penis enlargement scams is for an enhancement pill called Enlarge Maxx. While for the most part penis enlargement SPAM has been eradicated – a few products gained notoriety for the huge amount of spam e-mails they sent trying to promote their bogus product – and Enlarge Maxx is one of these products.

Enlarge Maxx is one of the many “brand” names for non-existent male enhancement pills that were promoted through SPAM e-mail. Men unfortunate enough to order Enlarge Maxx would never receive their product, and would be left to try and get their money back through their credit card company – often with little success. Enlarge Maxx has been promoted under several other ‘aliases’ including Dr. Maxman, Manster, Max Gentleman, VPXL, Elite Herbals, MegaDik, and several others.

The best way to avoid becoming the victim of a penis enlargement scam is to never order any product as the result of receiving SPAM e-mail for that product. All legitimate male enhancement companies are Anti-Spam compliant and have zero tolerance for this form of marketing. Never click through any links found in SPAM e-mail – simply delete the e-mail immediately. Most of these scam products like Enlarge Maxx have websites that are only operational for a few weeks – and then they take them down and move on before they are caught. Stick to reputable products that have been around for a few years and are well reviewed online.

Here is a checklist to help determine if a male enhancement pill is a scam or not:

enlarge-maxx penis enlargement scam

Enlarge Maxx was definitely one of the worst male enhancement scams, but fortunately those scammers are no longer around and consumers have gotten much wiser. If you are ever in doubt as to whether a male enhancement pill is a scam or not – just check a few enhancement review sites, and it should be apparent quite quickly if that product is a scam.

Stick to well-known enhancement products that have been around for awhile and you’ll be fine. As with every kind of product – reputation is everything, so stick to reputable companies that produce high quality products, even if they’re a bit more expensive. If something seems too good to be true – it probably is!

Dr. Maxman Scam

The last few years has seen a dramatic increase in the quality and effectiveness of herbal supplements, and this includes natural male enhancement products. Although some male enhancement products produce significantly better results than others, the fact is that the majority of male enhancement pills produced today are good quality supplements. However, as with any industry, there are always a few products that not only don’t work – but are actually scams designed to take your money.dr. maxman product photo

A handful of penis enlargement scams have circulated for years, taking advantage of people who aren’t aware of these dubious products distributed by fly-by-night companies – usually out of countries where enforcement is non-existent. One of the most popular penis enlargement scams is for an enhancement pill called Dr. Maxman. While for the most part penis enlargement SPAM has been eradicated – a few products gained notoriety for the huge amount of spam e-mails they sent trying to promote their bogus product – and Dr. Maxman is one of these products.

Dr. Maxman is one of the many “brand” names for non-existent male enhancement pills that were promoted through SPAM e-mail. Men unfortunate enough to order Dr. Maxman would never receive their product, and would be left to try and get their money back through their credit card company – often with little success. Dr. Maxman has been promoted under several other ‘aliases’ including Manster, Max Gentleman, VPXL, Elite Herbals, MegaDik, and several others.

The best way to avoid becoming the victim of a penis enlargement scam is to never order any product as the result of receiving SPAM e-mail for that product. All legitimate male enhancement companies are Anti-Spam compliant and have zero tolerance for this form of marketing. Never click through any links found in SPAM e-mail – simply delete the e-mail immediately. Most of these scam products like Dr. Maxman have websites that are only operational for a few weeks – and then they take them down and move on before they are caught. Stick to reputable products that have been around for a few years and are well reviewed online.

Here is a checklist to help determine if a male enhancement pill is a scam or not:

dr. maxman scam

Dr. Maxman was definitely one of the worst male enhancement scams, but fortunately those scammers are no longer around and consumers have gotten much wiser. If you are ever in doubt as to whether a male enhancement pill is a scam or not – just check a few enhancement review sites, and it should be apparent quite quickly if that product is a scam. Stick to well-known enhancement products that have been around for awhile and you’ll be fine. As with every kind of product – reputation is everything, so stick to reputable companies that produce high quality products, even if they’re a bit more expensive. If something seems too good to be true – it probably is!

MaxGentleman Scam

maxgentleman bottleThe last few years has seen a dramatic increase in the quality and effectiveness of herbal supplements, and this includes natural male enhancement products. Although some male enhancement products produce significantly better results than others, the fact is that the majority of male enhancement pills produced today are good quality supplements. However, as with any industry, there are always a few products that not only don’t work – but are actually scams designed to take your money.

A handful of penis enlargement scams have circulated for years, taking advantage of people who aren’t aware of these dubious products distributed by fly-by-night companies – usually out of countries where enforcement is non-existent. One of the most popular penis enlargement scams is for an enhancement pill called MaxGentleman. While for the most part penis enlargement SPAM has been eradicated – a few products gained notoriety for the huge amount of spam e-mails they sent trying to promote their bogus product – and MaxGentleman is one of these products.

MaxGentleman is one of the many “brand” names for non-existent male enhancement pills that were promoted through SPAM e-mail. Men unfortunate enough to order MaxGentleman would never receive their product, and would be left to try and get their money back through their credit card company – often with little success. MaxGentleman has been promoted under several other ‘aliases’ including Dr. Maxman, Manster, Herbal King, VPXL, Elite Herbals, MegaDik, and several others.

The best way to avoid becoming the victim of a penis enlargement scam is to never order any product as the result of receiving SPAM e-mail for that product. All legitimate male enhancement companies are Anti-Spam compliant and have zero tolerance for this form of marketing. Never click through any links found in SPAM e-mail – simply delete the e-mail immediately. Most of these scam products like MaxGentleman have websites that are only operational for a few weeks – and then they take them down and move on before they are caught. Stick to reputable products that have been around for a few years and are well reviewed online.

Here is a checklist to help determine if a male enhancement pill is a scam or not:

maxgentleman scam checklist

MaxGentleman was definitely one of the worst male enhancement scams, but fortunately those scammers are no longer around and consumers have gotten much wiser. If you are ever in doubt as to whether a male enhancement pill is a scam or not – just check a few enhancement review sites, and it should be apparent quite quickly if that product is a scam. Stick to well-known enhancement products that have been around for awhile and you’ll be fine. As with every kind of product – reputation is everything, so stick to reputable companies that produce high quality products, even if they’re a bit more expensive. If something seems too good to be true – it probably is!

Advertising
Sorry - We do not accept paid advertising

Categories

Most Searched Today

Top Male Enhancement Searches Today:

vigrxplus, vigrx plus review, prexil, premature ejaculation prexil, vimax, semenax


vigrx plus box - #1 Search Today -

VigRX Plus pills

See the review

The World's #1 selling male enhancement product. Find out the truth about VigRX Plus. Visit site

prexil box - #2 Search Today -

Prexil capsules

See the review
Prexil is the #1 selling premature ejaculation treatment available today. Learn more about this popular premature ejaculation cure. Visit site

- #3 Search Today - volumaxx bottle

Volumaxx

See the review
Volumaxx pills review and analysis. See why Volumaxx capsules have taken the male enhancement industry by storm. Visit site

- #4 Search Today - semenax bottle

Semenax

See the review
Find out why Semenax is the #1 rated semen volume enhancer. Amaze your lover and increase your semen load by 500%. Visit site

review the best selling enhancement pills

All the best selling enhancement pills at your fingertips - Find out what works!

Contact

Phone: +1 213-235-9749
Fax: +1 213-235-9750
Site: www.1enhancementpills.com
Email: support@1enhancementpills.com
Address: 13880 N. Hancock St.
Anaheim, CA 92801 USA

RSS RSS RSS RSS