Is Extenze a Rip Off?
Extenze has been accused of highly misleading advertising and a failure to honor the refund that was posted on their site and advertised in their infomercials. Some blatant lies told were that it would cause significant growth to a man’s penis overnight and make for a better love life instantly; these claims have been disproved with actual facts. There is currently no known substance on earth that can increase the width, length or overall size of a man’s male member and if there was if would be almost impossible to do so overnight with out very serious pain and other side effects.
Now Extenze might be able to increase blood flow, but that also means increased blood flow to areas other than the penis. Therefore things like terrible head aches are common with male enhancement type drugs. Tie in the fact that huge amounts of testosterone will be pumping through your blood, which is in the supplement to give you a greater libido. The testosterone will also commonly give you mood swings, a racing heartbeat, oily and greasy skin and other unpleasant side effects.
Many formal complaints have been noted by The Better Business Bureau and they issued the official statement of: "We rate this company as having an unsatisfactory business performance record based on a pattern of complaints which cause us concern.” The complaints about this product alleged both illness from it and improper treatment of their order and a failure to receive the money back refund advertised on Extenze, plus many multiple charges that were not accounted for and shipping and handling charges not due to them.
People also complained to The Better Business Bureau that Extenze refused to stop sending them the product after they canceled it do to being unsatisfied but they received emails back making excuses as to why but never actually canceling the order. A lot of complainants specifically noted that they did not want to be placed on the renewal program but were placed there anyway against their will and with out their consent.
Most agree that Extenze's free trial offer is never free and is instead a hook to get you to give your credit card information and keep billing you for products you do not want and ones that do not even work. And even the free help customer service number is there to rip you off, many people report that Extenze charges them a huge amount for calling this number. Even though it is never noted that the customer service number has a charge to call and when you do get through to them they will just tell you it is too late to do anything because your product has already been shipped.
Many people end up paying fifty dollars or more for their supposedly free samples of Extenze. So now that you know this is just a big scam or rip off, if you should call what you can do to avoid this and others like it, is never give out credit cared information to businesses you do not trust.