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Keeping up with all of the latest and greatest male enhancement pills can be VERY frustrating.
I know from experience, because I’ve been personally testing and writing about them for years.
Just when I start writing about one product, all of a sudden a new product with a completely different name will pop up to replace the old one.
This is a tactic many companies are using to thwart being outed by sites like SupplementCritique.com, and to keep their scams going for as long as possible.
One such product I came across recently that’s done this is called Endovex male enhancement, which is the focus of this review.
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I first came across Endovex when I saw this ad:
You’ll see ads like this on Porn Sites all the time, and it just so happens that this is where I saw it first.
When I clicked on the ad, it took me to a suspicious looking page that looked like this:
I thought so…
Anyway, throughout this page (which was apparently written by a woman named Kate), it talks about her frustrations with her husbands inability to perform in the bedroom.
Willing to try anything, she “says” she came across an interview with Brazzers porn star Johnny Sins, who said that any man can last up to 2 hours using some secret “harmless herbal pill”.
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What’s the secret pill?
You guessed it, Endovex.
She goes on to say that she cleverly handed her husband the Endovex pills and told him it was a multi vitamin.
In less than 1 hour, they were humping like 2 kids on prom night.
When I first saw the Endovex pic above, something caught my eye.
I KNOW I’ve seen this label before, and sure as shit, when I went to my VXL (PXL) review, there’s some HUGE similarities.
Here’s the Endovex box:
and here’s the VXL (PXL) box:
They LOOK the same, but ARE they the same?
More on that later, back to the story….
So wife slips her husband Endovex, telling him it’s a multi vitamin.
An hour later, they’re humping and pumping.
And what was even more exciting was they had sex that night for ALMOST 2 hours.
1 hour and 47 minutes, to be exact (must have been using a stopwatch).
To top it all off, they are giving away these pills FREE.
What do you have to lose?!
Well it turns out MUCH more than you bargained for.
Let’s talk about the product before we go any further.
What is Endovex?
According to their website, Endovex is a “medical strength male enhancement” supplement that is designed to give you bigger, longer lasting erections, a surge in sex drive and energy, and increased sexual confidence.
They don’t outright say that it will give you a specific size gain like 2 – 4 inches, but who’s kidding who?
They certainly imply it.
So what’s in this revolutionary new supplement that makes it so effective?
Well, according to them Endovex contains ingredients like Ginkgo Biloba extract, Horny Goat Weed, Saw Palmetto berry, L-Arginine, Red Ginger, Bioperine, and Muira Puama extract.
However, I ordered a bottle of Endovex myself, and the only ingredients I’m seeing is 20 mg of Magnesium, 685 mg of L-Arginine, and 94 mg of L-Citrulline.
Why the discrepancy?
No clue, but my guess is that they may have done some sort of formulation change.
That, or they forgot to tell the webmaster what the ACTUAL ingredients in Endovex really are.
In any case, there’s not really anything “revolutionary” about these ingredients to be honest.
This exact same formulation is found in dozens of other supplements, including Zyalix.
My Personal Results
I got a bottle of Endovex to try out personally, and to be quite honest I’m not very impressed.
The directions on the label state that you should take 2 capsules once a day, which is exactly what I did.
What was the result?
Well, the first thing I noticed was that I had an upset stomach.
Not the kind of upset stomach that keeps you in bed for 24 hours, but the kind that just makes you feel overall uncomfortable.
That did seem to pass after a few days, but I still wasnt seeing any results.
I decided to call the Endovex customer service phone number to cancel my trial (more on that below) and what followed was 15 minutes of pure harassment.
What do you mean?
Well, typically when I call to cancel a trial, they usually try to keep you to keep you on.
They’ll pull tactics like:
- If you’re experiencing side effects, they will tell you to take half the dose or take it with food.
- Offer to extend your trial by 2 weeks, usually telling you that it can take a few weeks to see the best results.
- Tell you that you can keep the bottle at a discounted price, usually like 35 – 45% less than the original sale price.
And when I called Endovex they DID all of that.
They also did more.
The customer service rep that I had on the phone kept trying to keep me in the trial, saying I had nothing to worry about.
That the trial will continue and that I’ll see great results.
I kept telling her that I appreciate the offer, but that I did NOT want to continue the trial, and that I wanted to cancel.
Every single time I started saying this, she would LITERALLYstart to talk over me.
After 1bout 15 minutes of this, I decided enough was enough and I hung up on her.
Initially I was just going to call my bank and have them do a 3 way call, which is something you can do to basically expedite the cancellation process.
Instead, the creative juices started flowing.
I figured what the hell, maybe I can have a little bit of fun with this, and decided to call back and record the conversation on video so you guys can see how difficult it is to cancel your Endovex trial.
The only issue is, the audio on my webcam ABSOLUTELY sucks.
So, later on today I’m going to head to Best Buy and pick up a good mic.
I should have the video up shortly, so stay tuned!
What About Endovex Reviews? Are There Any?
None that I’m aware of, not yet at least. If you search for Endovex on google, you’re returned with dozens of sites that are clearly marketing the supplement.
For example, take the authority on nutrition website Healthy Talk Zone Dot Com.
They scream “Does it 100% Safe Male Enhancement Or A Big Scam?”
Because we all know that it’s important to know that.
You go to their page and are BOMBARDED by a giant banner ad for Endovex.
I’ve scoured the entire page, and there isn’t ONE SINGLE mention of whether or not they used it, or if there are any side effects.
In fact, the entire page is clearly written by someone who was paid VERY little to do so.
I tried searching around on Youtube to find someone who may have tried it out, but again came up short.
You’ll find videos like this one:
And this one:
Which are actually cringe-worthy to even attempt to watch.
They make no mention of how Endovex works, what the side effects are, how to use it, or even what the price is.
They’re really just blatant ads for the product itself.
Where Can I Buy Endovex?
I checked around a few stores like GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Walmart, and Walgreens, and none of them sell Endovex.
The only place I’m seeing it for sale is on their official website, which I won’t even mention the name of here (if you want that, go to Healthy Talk Zone dot com, they’ll hook you up).
You can’t actually outright buy Endovex, but wouldn’t you know it they’re offering a free trial for the low low price of only $4.95.
That’s right folks, all you have to do is pay for the shipping and you’ll get a free sample of Endovex within days.
Not So Fast…
What’s that say in the fine print way at the bottom?
That’s right, you’ll be charged almost $94 15 days after ordering it.
Conveniently for them this is located in very fine print way at the bottom.
You probably missed it, as 95% of guys usually do.
I talk about this in great detail in my free trial scams article, check it out here.
Ok, I Got Suckered Into Buying It….What Do I do?
If you’re looking to cancel your Endovex free trial, you can do so by calling their customer service phone number at 1-855-765-7911 anytime from Mon-Fri between 8 am and 12 am EST, and Sat and Sun from 9 am – 6 pm EST.
You can also apparently email them at email@example.com, but I would call to make sure they can’t claim they never received your email.
You HAVE to do this within 14 days of placing your order, and if you don’t, they will charge you the full price of the product.
But it doesn’t end there….
When you call them, they will issue you what’s called a “Return Merchandise Authorization” number, or RMA #.
Basically what this means is that you need to send the product back to them (opened or unopened) within 30 days of the original purchase date.
So if you bought Endovex today, July 18, you would have to call and cancel by July 30th, and send it back to them by August 17 (there are 31 days in July).
It’s all right here in there terms and conditions, check it out:
Also, be sure to add tracking to the package so they can’t claim they never received it, and MAKE SURE you write the RMA # on the outside of the package.
To be on the safe side, I would even suggest you write it in more than 1 place.
Back to the Blog In Question
When I first looked at this supposed “blog” post by Kate, I knew it looked familiar.
And that’s because, there’s been several other supplements that have used this exact same blog to sell their products, including Zyntix:
What you probably completely missed is the part that screams ADVERTISEMENT right at the top of the page.
Trust me, you’re not the first guy to miss that.
I’m gonna call it like I see it, guys.
Endovex is an outright SCAM.
They are luring guys in with the promise of a free trial, only to knock their credit cards 15 days down the road.
In all likelihood you’ll see Endovex being promoted for the nest couple of weeks or so, until guys start catching on.
Once that happens, they’ll pull Endovex off the shelves, create a totally different product with a totally different name, and rinse and repeat the process.
Unfortunately for most guys they will reach this post too late.
If you google Endovex reviews you’ll likely see this particular post either way down at the bottom of the results, or in some cases on page 2.
This is unfortunate for 2 reasons:
- Google loses out because ultimately they are showing crap results in their search engine, and:
- You lose out because you didn’t know you were going to be billed.
In any case I hope that google catches on and starts to eventually rank pages like this one higher.
Until then the scams will continue to bilk guys out of MILLIONS of dollars of their hard earned money.
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Hey guys this is a scam. I didn't know they would take money off my card and give me a hard time trying to cancel it. I lost my money. The representative avoided allowing me to speak to a supervisor. Don't order the free trial. The product doesn't work. Be aware of what's written in the fine print. These people are scam artists and they will give you a very hard time on the phone.
14 out of 15 people found this review helpful.
I tried a free trial and got charged $96 and the product does not even work.
10 out of 10 people found this review helpful.
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User Questions and Answers
How do I cancel. Boyfriend just received today and really can't afford to have $93 taken out. -Lisa
Here's the contact information I found on their website: Toll Free Number: 855-765-7911 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org- Rob
8 out of 9 people found this question helpful.
Ok they have Dr Oz saying it's good -Ernest
Yeah, I don't buy it. It's just part of the scam.- Rob
2 out of 2 people found this question helpful.
can I take empty stomach endovex ? -yared
They don't specify, so it's probably fine. Try it, and if it makes you feel a little queasy or you have any other side effects, eat a little something.- Rob
3 out of 5 people found this question helpful.
Is endovex same as vigromax? I'm in Uae .where can I buy endovex -Ar
They're two different products. Endovex is only available in the US, but it's a scam anyway so I wouldn't recommend it. Let me know what benefits you want and I'll recommend something better.- Rob
What if I just cancelled my credit card? Is there any way they can try to get money from me? -Jos
That's one way. I used to suggest it, but a potentially easier way is to first call your credit card company and see if they can help you block and/or stop the charges.- Rob