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  • Lumonol: Underdosed, Lacks Scientific Data To Back Claims

    By saab October 11, 2017

    Lumonol is a nootropic supplement that is marketed to be 'engineered to elevate overall cognitive performance.' Additionally, this supplement promises to upgrade one's memory, focus, speed processing, and overall brain function. The manufacturer boasts that these brain pills contain "noopept," a 'breakthrough' patented ingredient that is claimed to be one of the most powerful nootropics available. Priced at $59.97 for a month's supply, Lumonol can be purchased from their official website.

  • LA Muscle Male Boost - Boosts the Ego...and Probably Not Much Else

    By Jimenez2K October 9, 2017

    LA Muscle's Male Boost is an alleged testosterone/libido/muscle mass booster, which claims to boost one's confidence as well. You can't make this up. While a boost in confidence may indeed result from effects of the kind that Male Boost claims as its own, it is indeed quite quirky to make a direct claim like that.

  • Vimax: Poor Dosage, Irrelevant Ingredients

    By saab October 5, 2017

    Vimax is a 100%, all natural male enhancement dietary supplement that claims to improve a man's sexual health and desires, erection, self-esteem, and endurance. Additionally, this supplement promises to aid in premature ejaculation, making one last longer in bed. Sold for $59.95 for a month's supply, these pills also claim to be made of highest quality ingredients with no side effects.

  • Andro400 - a Barebones Scam Attempt with a Single Ingredient

    By Jimenez2K October 2, 2017

    Every now and then, one scammer or another decides to go back to the basics, and attempt to sell people something so obviously generic and inefficient, that it probes the limits of ridicule. This is where Andro400 comes into the picture.

  • Liquid Joint Complete Premium Wins Supplement of the Month for October, 2017

    By ExAdmin October 1, 2017 •   (1)

    The winner of the coveted Supplement of the Month award for October, 2017 goes to Liquid Joint Complete Premium by Tropical Oasis.

  • bzyczek Wins Member of the Month for October, 2017

    By ExAdmin October 1, 2017 •   (5)

    The winner of the coveted Member of the Month award for October, 2017 goes to bzyczek.

  • Tropical Oasis Wins Trusted Brand of the Month for October, 2017

    By ExAdmin October 1, 2017

    The winner of the coveted Trusted Brand of the Month award for October, 2017 goes to Tropical Oasis.

  • Alpha Force Testo - A Stellar Score on Amazon with Fake Reviews

    By Jimenez2K September 27, 2017

    Alpha Force Testo is a peculiar kind of testosterone-boosting supplement, in the sense that while it looks absolutely unimpressive ingredients-wise, it is massively hyped online, including on Amazon.

  • Lean Fat Burner for Her: All Natural, Underdosed Ingredients; Unnatural Reviews

    By saab September 25, 2017

    Lean Fat Burner for Her is a brand of weight loss pills exclusively formulated for women which are manufactured by Fit Affinity. These pills are made from all natural ingredients that claim to assist in metabolism, increase fat burning, energy and aerobic capacity, improve mood, focus and concentration, and reduce fatigue. Additionally, this supplement claims to have citrus extracts to provide antioxidant benefits and claims to work even without exercise. These capsules are originally priced at $80 but are currently on sale for half the price at $39.99 for a 45-day supply on their official website.

  • Test X180 Alpha - a Genuine Rip-off with a Ridiculous Ingredient Profile

    By Jimenez2K September 20, 2017

    Obviously, in the promises department, X180 Alpha is a frontrunner. It addresses most of the bothersome problems brought about by aging: sexual performance, blood flow, lean muscle name it!

  • A Network of Fake Review Sites to Promote Their Scam Products

    By ExAdmin September 19, 2017 claims to be "the largest and most trusted diet review website on the internet". Unfortunately, this is simply not true. If you go to their homepage, they very prominently tout two products called "18Shake" and "Sletrokor" as the #1 and #2 rated products on their site. Sadly, it turns out these are actually made by the same people behind They go to great lengths to hide this connection, but overlooked one crucial piece of evidence that ties to 18Shake and Sletrokor. More on that below.

  • Nitric Oxide Premium: Claims To Have A Synergistic Blend of Ingredients That Are Oddly Dosed

    By saab September 18, 2017

    Nitric Oxide Premium is a supplement that claims to boost nitric oxide levels, thus enhancing muscle strength, pump, and improving overall workout performance. The supplement claims to be the "hottest muscle growth and bodybuilding supplement" today, fronting a blend of L-Arginine and L-Citrulline as the foundation of [what they claim to be] their powerful formula. These pills are being sold for different prices, depending on the bundle, but a month's supply is listed for $48.

  • Adiphene - Despite Hype, This Weight Loss Supplement Just Doesn't Work

    By Jimenez2K September 13, 2017

    Adiphene is a weight loss solution covering fat burning, appetite suppression and fat binding. It claims to deliver an efficient solution that apparently works without the user having to perform any kind of physical exercise to complement the treatment, and without the need to make radical dietary changes.

  • XTest Pro: Another T-Booster That Will Only Get You Ripped-Off

    By saab September 11, 2017 •   (3)

    XTest Pro is a performance enhancing supplement that claims to increase muscle mass, cut recovery time, provide explosive workouts, boost free testosterone and burn fat. Made with all natural ingredients, this supplement can't be bought else where but their official website. These pills are listed for $89.74 good for a month's supply. The question, though, is: does XTest Pro deliver to their bold promises?

  • Proactol XS - Unimpressive, Despite Celebrity Shill Mischa Barton

    By Jimenez2K September 6, 2017

    When I first saw Mischa Barton featured on the Proactol XS homepage, I figured the angle - like everything else on the said page - was fake. As I did some research though, to my surprise, I found that Mischa Barton was indeed shilling for the diet pill

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