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Extenze / lifetime subscription

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I got curious by all the extenze advertisement, so I searched the web and saw their 2-weeks free sampler of Extenze which we the consumer will only have to pay shipping cost less than $10. Beware if you click yes on any of their terms and agreement. What I paid for was only the shipping. However, later on one-month supply of Extenze pills started coming thru mail and my credit statement showed of $46.90 debited from my account, which I did not recall of ordering.
I stopped taking the Extenze tablets since it started to cause me migraine and headaches from time to time. As a fellow consumer beware of QFL and their business practices, beware of male enhancements as they may have negative side effects.

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  • Va
      6th of Feb, 2008
    0 Votes

    My husband ordered the ExtenZe free trial offer. After he received it I called and canceled it right away. Since then I have received 3 more packages and billed from my bank account each time. I keep sending them back and calling Biotab Nutriceuticals (Extenze) every other day waiting for our refund, at this time is up to over $80.00. This is such a scam and I am at my wits end. I want to cancel my bank account, but don't want to until I get my refund. PLEASE HELP... HOW CAN I GET THEM TO REFUND MY MONEY???

    I've read other ExtenZe complaints and others have been waiting more than 5 months for refunds. How do they get away with this.

  • Ch
      8th of May, 2008
    0 Votes
    Extenze - Would not return money to acct.
    biotab nutriceuticals inc
    410 e huntington dr
    United States
    Phone: 18007271664

    Sent the product back and received no credit back to my acct.

  • Ja
      10th of Jul, 2008
    +1 Votes

    I speak of these things that follow from firsthand knowledge. I have used this product, found it wanting, and have spent months attempting to recover from the financial woes incurred by signing up for the "free" trial. Like mom said, if it says free, it probably is going to cost you more than you have.

    Extenze is a scam!!! Beware of this product. They will ask you for your a credit card, and you will have to cancel the additional non-free-trial shipments. After you and your partner figure out that there is really no advantage to taking this "suppliment" (some folks have complained of rashes, headaches, and even agressive behavior shifts), and you attempt to cancel subsiquent orders, you will find out that they don't answer the phone, return your calls, or address your emails. In effect you'll have to call the credit card company and cancel all payments going forward. . . And REALLY, don't be silly enough to use your debit card!!!

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: If you do your due dilligence on this prodct, you'll find a number of complaints about strange, off-shore charges (some in the thousands of dollars) by the company. You will also learn that the people who started this scam have fled the Untited States. "Why is this commercial still on the air?" you ask? GOOD QUESTION!

  • Jo
      27th of Aug, 2008
    +2 Votes



  • Jo
      30th of Nov, 2008
    +1 Votes

    First of all, all you guys who are gullible enough to have bought this product deserve to have the company treat you. I didn't think people were stupid enough to fall for these kinds of infomercial/male enhancement scams anymore, but I guess there are still a few surprises left in life.

  • Ni
      1st of Dec, 2008
    +1 Votes

    I just saw wal-mart sells this stuff by the vitamins. Now that's funny.

  • Te
      12th of Dec, 2008
    +1 Votes

    I'm sorry, but your husband is a ### if he thought a larger penis came in a pill. But I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell him if he's interested. Seriously, though, if he is small, tell him to use a toy, or a sleeve or something. Pills, pumps, "techniques", and even surgery is all just crap. You get what you get. Learn to love it. If he isn't interested any more, they do have pills for that, such as pills for depression, impotence, etc. Those are real, and scientifically backed up. He could also lose wight if he's fat. That mights help. Or, if nothing else works, he can get a sex change. I mean if it's that small, what's the difference.

  • Ed
      7th of Jan, 2009
    0 Votes

    This company allowed my 17 year old son to order this patheic product.
    I call this company back in November 08, to cancel this account and to stop charging my account. They set up automatic shipments and automatically have been charging my credit card. I have called their number, to which their employees are unprofessional and stupid and do not know how to talk or answer simple questions or give names of their managers. I'm still waiting for my credit.


  • El
      18th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    Actually, the surgery is NOT crap, it depends on what type you have, though. I know, I worked as a surgical first assistant for fifteen years and have performed hundreds of them. My opinion; it depends on what system was implanted, there are only several that actually work to some degree, but after having personally witnessed and assisted in so many various techniques, if you asked me if -I- would ever consider choosing to have my member sliced open for -any- reason, I'm gonna decline. Not enough anesthesia in the world, my friends. Before Viagra and its friendly family of vasodilators, all there was to treat erectile dysfunction (E.D.) was injections that the patient was taught to do himself, directly into the shaft of his member, that would cause an erection that lasted typically 3-4 hours. The drug we used back then was called papaverine and was a vasodilator, effectively turning their organ into the largest it could get by causing the vessels in the penis to fully engorge for several hours, so one downfall is that you had to be 'ready to go' as you had to get your groove on pretty much right away but what I consider even a worse downfall is the notion of ever entertaining the thought of sticking -any- hypodermic needles into my close friend down south, call me old-fashioned I guess.

    Then there was the possible side effects; such as having an erection that lasted more then 12 hours... at that point you get to come on in to have emergency surgery where we made a small incision, into the head of the organ, so the pressurized blood could escape. Pretty sure that'll ruin your day.
    I tried Viagra several years ago and it does what it says. I 'll stick with a pill over anyone carving on Mr. Precious.


  • St
      21st of Mar, 2009
    +1 Votes


    The best way to get your money back is to call your bank or credit card company and file a fraud complaint. Your bank will refund your money and file a charge-back against the company. Resolution can take a few weeks to a month. IF YOU LOSE the charge-back, do it again - most of the time the second charge will require a "binding arbitration" clause - and they won't challenge it because it will cost them $500 to file. The even bigger plus side is to have them challenge each and every charge individually, each charge-back costs the seller $25 ~ $35. You will get your money back, plus cost the company $$$.

    Plus Extenze gives your information, name address and credit card number, with the expiration date to another company who tries to sell you even more crap - Today's Better Health, an even bigger scam and rip-off as they try to sell you six months of a product called "Male Performance Caps" or MPC. The product has no scientific basis proving it makes you bigger, but they could care less, they rip you off. MPC an be found for a LOT less then the $49 or $59 a bottle. It can be picked up for about $20. Never ever buy from a telemarketer!

  • Dr
      4th of Apr, 2009
    +1 Votes

    Most of raw material comes from China. FDA reported that almost all Chineses supplements have mercury, PCP and other polutants. The manufacturers don't disclose which Chinesesmaterials they purchased from 3rd party suppliers.
    No governing authorities checks quality of supplements. Private checks all supplements. Membership fees, I think, is $24 per year.
    I wouldn't touch Extenza without any tests by REAL researchers.

  • Aa
      15th of Apr, 2009
    +1 Votes

    i want extenze to stop taking money from my banking account

  • Sc
      24th of Jun, 2009
    +1 Votes

    The company that sells and distributes Extenza, Biotab Nutraceuticals Inc. 401 E. Huntington Drive, Monrovia CA (626) 775-6334 is nothing but a giant SCAM. They bait customers for a free 7 day supply trial for the cost of postage .97, but here is where the SCAM kicks in, you will be auto billed each month for $49 before your free trial arrives. And if you do not cancel and return product within 30 days accompanied by a written cancellation, you will not get a refund. Not only will they scam you for your hard earned money, the damn product does not work. The Doctor they use to sell the product is a Chiropractor and not an MD. Their Accountant Ms. Iris Miller CPA is a stool pidgeon and participates in their fraudelenty activity by filing false tax returns.

    The company makes over $120mm a year from their scam, the owner Robert Winters Jr (but assumes his fathers name, Robert Sr) and Tamara Gibson are living high on the hog. They own a $6 million dollar jet, have a 300ft yacht with a slip in the carribean and drive a fleet of $300, 000 cars, Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches, and Mercedes AMG. The owners don't care about their customers and only care about enrichening themselves. If you have been scammed get in touch with the attorney for the class action lawsuit as they are getting sued for misleading and false advertisement as well as credit card fraud lawsuit filed by the attorney general.

  • Dr
      27th of Jun, 2009
    -1 Votes
    Try this product.

  • Jo
      10th of Jul, 2009
    +1 Votes

    Speaking scientifically, ExtenZe is obviously a fraudulent product. I wrote of my concerns to the AMC channel, which broadcasts ExtenZe advertisments, and they didn't respond. The prospect of mainstream media allowing such blatant misrepresentations is indeed troubling.

    Voter apathy has paved the way for unethical behaviour on all levels, such as the unbridled profiteering on Street Street that almost brought the entire Financial System to a halt, and the Bernie Madoff Scheme, just to name two examples.

    The ExtenZe Company deserves public response, at least at the level of Govermental Officials conducting a good-faith effort to inform people of the true nature of the product that ExtenZe is foisting on the consumer. The fact that public officials seems to be ignoring the ExtenZe scourge raises the interesting question of the extent of that company's influence on persons whom the taxpayer employs to protect us.

  • Ph
      18th of Jul, 2009
    +1 Votes

    Drive to their Monrovia location and stick a gun in their mouth until they cough up your refund or sign over the title to one of their 'toys' or assets. Otherwise, get a lawyer and wait 3 years, but only if you can document every facet (successes and failures) of the relationship.

  • Ki
      28th of Jul, 2009
    +2 Votes

    Honestly if there was a pill that made a penis larger it would be the lead story on every evening news broadcast. Fox and CNN would do around the clock coverage that would put the Michael Jackson coverage to shame.

    Don't waste your time or your money.

  • Ed
      29th of Jul, 2009
    +1 Votes

    Everyone who has a complaint about any product, including Extenze, should file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, DC for violations of the law against lies and other "unfair trade practices, " such as continuous automatic charges after cancellation, abusive billing and non-return, non-response practices, etc.

    The so-called "Truth in Advertising" law requires all advertisers, even those who are not otherwise subject to pre-sale regulatory proofs, to have reasonable evidence to support their claims. If the public complains enough, the FTC can shut down the ads, just as it has done with countless fuel-economy and engine-additive infomercials over the past several years -- all of which proved to be phony-baloney, even when endorsed by big name racing stars, etc. Anyone can file an FTC complaint online at this website:, or just Google "FTC complaint."

  • Jo
      30th of Jul, 2009
    -1 Votes

    Actually to be honest it actually works, but i bought mine from walmart and been taking them for a month already and goten 3 inches larger now im a 8 inches and still taking them. Why dont yall just got to walmart where their cheaper and try them out instead of asking for your money back. They truely work

  • Qu
      4th of Aug, 2009
    -1 Votes

    Well none of those formulas are medically approved in any way for ed or any other type of impotence factor. Just eat a balanced diet(little meat, salt, fats, etc), get exercise, live mentally positive, enjoy people, engage in a good pastime or career, have a balanced life...
    These formulas are not typically bio-available anyway (even if you assume there is some functionality to them).
    Do not believe any of the posts that claim results ("I gained 3 inches etc"). These are people who have something to gain by pumping the products.- you will gain nothing. It's a clever marketing technique(fake testimonials) but transparent and now that the internet is mature no one really falls for it..
    If you have an issue discuss with your physician...there are options. Extenze and other supplements like this are not an option just a way for you to waste your money.

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