Not a Trusted Product!
Over-Optimized Sales Page: Running out of stock warnings
This is often a completely made up message to create both a sense of urgency and social proof. Viewers will think that the price for the product is justified if a lot of other people are buying it, and will feel the need to act quickly if they don't want to be left out. We suggest visiting the page in a few hours or even the next day to see for yourself that it's a completely made up warning.
Product not available from prominent retailers
It appears that Spartagen XT is only available to be purchased directly from their website, and nowhere else. It's a red flag when there are no other 3rd party retailers that carry this product.
Large affiliate commission on referred sales
Spartagen XT offers a commission to affiliates who refer sales of their product. This often leads to a substantial amount of misinformation on Google when you search for the product. Affiliates tend to write fake blog posts with fake reviews that recommend the product just so they can earn a commission.
Other consumer complaints on the internet
We searched around some reputable consumer review platforms on the internet and found more than one very unhappy customer.
The ingredients in Spartagen XT are not even clinically dosed. Always make sure to compare the quantities of each ingredient with the amount used in any of the studies that back up the claims of that ingredient.
Proprietary blends in ingredient profile
A proprietary blend is used when the manufacturer does not disclose how much of each ingredient is in the product - it is labeled as a "Proprietary blend". This is often a way for brands to skimp on the expensive and effective ingredients and simply pad their product with cheap fillers.
Rides mainstream media popularity to boost legitimacy
Testimonials sure have a big say in boosting a product's popularity, as well as proving its legitimacy. However, be extra careful in believing what you see online. Most sketchy supplements put a bunch of banners of mainstream media giants such as CNN, BBC, and the like, on their websites, claiming that their product has been seen on or featured by these corporations. But the real score here? These mainstream media giants didn't have anything to do with these supplements in the first place.
Sneaky billing schemes
Read the fine print closely when entering your credit card information. You may think that a "Free Trial" will only cost you the "Shipping and Handling", but it actually enrolls you into an expensive auto-ship program if you don't call and cancel.
This product has been manually listed in the Buyer Beware section. We have not used this product, however were able to immediately identify that it shares many characteristics of other suspicious products. If this is your product, please prove us wrong by sending a few containers to our reviewers and getting honest feedback.