Enhance Mind IQ Review – Don’t Be Fooled By The Free Trial Scam

By: Rob Miller
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Take a look around any college campus these days, and you’ll see a lot of stressed out students. It’s a competitive world out there, and they all want to give themselves the best opportunity they can to come out on top.

A surprising amount of these students have resorted to using prescription ADD medications to help them make it there.

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ADD/ADHD drugs like Adderall, when taken by someone who doesn’t experience symptoms, provides an energetic, alert, positive feeling that can help you study, focus, research, and/or write well into the night.

Of course, there’s a risk to taking prescription medications that aren’t prescribed to you.

You may experience a negative reaction, it may interfere with other medications you’re taking.

And that doesn’t even touch on the fact that buying and using someone else’s prescription drugs is expensive and against the law.

There’s gotta be a better way.

And there is.

Enhance Mind IQ is a nootropic supplement.

Simply stated, its purpose is to mimic the effects of Adderall, making you sharper, quicker, more focused and alert, better able to fact the cognitive and creative challenges you face each day.

In short, according to them it’s basically over the counter adderall, although of course they don’t explicitly state that.

Let’s find out if it REALLY works as well as they say it does.

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Contents

Enhance Mind IQ Benefits
Red Flags
Customer Reviews
Ingredients
Side Effects
Where To Buy
Pros and Cons
The Bottom Line

Benefits of Enhance Mind IQ

enhance-mind-iq-review-1If you take a look at the Enhance Mind IQ website, you’ll see they don’t hold back on the promises.

Right at the top of the page, they talk about how Enhance Mind IQ can increase:

  • Brain power by 89.2%
  • Focus by 121%
  • Energy levels to the moon and beyond.

It further promises to:

  • Increase your memory and focus by firing up your brain’s neurotransmitters.
  • Reduce stress and distractions so you can stay sharp and alert longer.
  • Improve your memory and retention so you learn better and adapt and perform better at new skills.
  • Increase overall brain health by improving blood flow, transporting oxygen and nutrients where they’re needed.

You have to admit, if you found a supplement that could provide these kinds of results, you’d use it, right?

Hell yeah, me too.

In fact, this is not the first supplement I’ve come across that has made these same exact claims. Supplements like Cogniq and Synapsyl all basically label themselves as “Viagra for the brain”, which of course would imply that they will give your brain the boost it needs.

But we’re more than a little skeptical of the ability of Enhance Mind IQ to come through on its promises.

There are a few red flags right off the top, so let’s get into that for just a minute before moving on to the formula.

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Enhance Mind IQ Red Flags

The Media References

Enhance Mind IQ claims to have been featured by several media outlets, like The New York Times and CNN, but when we conducted a search for those features, we didn’t even come up with one mention of Enhance Mind IQ from any of the noted outlets.

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If you don’t believe me, click here, here, and here to see for yourself.

The Stats

Enhance Mind IQ makes these claims complete with percentages of improvements you can expect. But where do these numbers come from? And what do they even mean.

Take this one for example:

“Enhance Mind IQ can boost brain power by up to 89.2%”

What even is “brain power”? How is it measured?

Where’s the proof?

They make that claim but offer no link to or discussion of the clinical trial where that number came from.

My readers ask me all the time how companies can get away with making specific claims like this one without getting in trouble, or at least made to remove the claim.

I don’t have an answer other than to say these companies aren’t very well regulated.

A company will make a false claim, and by the time enough people complain to get it noticed, they’ve moved on, changed their name, and are selling the same stuff with new and different packaging.

Customer Reviews on The Official Website

When products are sold online, there is usually a bunch of customer feedback available online as well.

This is not the case with Enhance Mind IQ. All we could find in terms of customer feedback were three brief yet glowing testimonials from some very attractive “users”.

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It’s not impossible that these are real people sharing their real results, but it’s pretty close.

Taken separately, these are not all that bad.

Companies will promote their products, and that can sometimes lead to exaggeration.But when you see three plus indications like these, you start to wonder.

Enhance Mind IQ Ingredients

Red flags or no red flags, the most important thing to know is what goes into the formula.

In the case of Enhance Mind IQ, they don’t provide a label or complete list, but they do provide a few highlights.

There’s: Vinpocetine, Bacopa Monnieri, and Phosphatidylserine.

Interestingly, Enhance Mind IQ claims there are two key ingredients, then goes on to list these three.

But since they did list three, let’s take a look at each and see what they’re capable of:

  • Vinpocetine may increase the flow of blood to the brain, which is beneficial for increasing energy and improving overall function.

    It may also protect neurons against damage.

    Dosing for Vinpocetine isn’t uniform, but at this time, recommendations are to dose it pretty low at 10 mg or so.
  • Bacopa Monnieri may reduce anxiety as well as improving memory.

    It’s mainly been tested in elderly patients with age related decline, but may have benefits to the young as well.

    Bacopa is also known as an adaptogen, meaning that it helps the body adjust and respond appropriately to stressful conditions and difficult situations.

    The recommended dose is at least 300 mg a day, and if in powder or extract form, 750-1000 mg per day.
  • Phosphatidylserine is produced by the body in small amounts, but is mainly ingested with the foods we eat.

    Supplementing is also used to help treat increase amounts when necessary to treat certain conditions, including Alzheimer’s Disease, age-related cognitive decline, ADD/ADHD, and bodily stress brought on by physical exertion.

    It works mainly by protecting brain cellular health. There is no hard and fast rule on dosing with phospatidylserine, but the most commonly recommended dose is 100 mg taken 3 times a day when used to fight the symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease.

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Enhance Mind IQ Side Effects

Each of the listed ingredients does have potential to boost brain function – the is true.

Yet there remain several mysteries related to the unanswered questions of what other ingredients are used, and what are the potential side effects.

While we have no answer for what other ingredients are used, we are aware of some of the stated ingredients and their history with side effects.

Phosphatidylserine is thought to be relatively safe at levels of 300 mg a day or less, but the incidence of nausea and insomnia increase above that.

It should also be noted that phosphatidylserine may have the potential to cause negative interactions with certain medications, including antihistamines as well as some Alzheimer’s Disease medications.

It’s important that if you take any prescription medications that you discuss phosphatidylserine with your doctor before using it.

Bacopa Monnieri is known to cause nausea and cramps.

Enhance Mind IQ Reviews

As we mentioned above, we were unable to find any independent customer reviews for Enhance Mind IQ. The only “feedback” available is what you can find on the website in the form of testimonials, and it’s always a good idea to take these with a grain of salt because they tend to be cherry-picked, embellished, or downright made up.

After I originally wrote this review, a few legit testimonials seemed to pop up on the website Highya.com, which shows 2 people who mentioned using it. Each said virtually the same thing, that Enhance Mind IQ does NOT work.

If you search for reviews on Youtube, as usual, you will find nothing but blatant advertisements for the product.

Case in point, check out some of the videos below:


These so called “reviews” of Enhance Mind IQ are so bad they’re basically laughable. They’re nothing more than blatant advertisements of the product.

Where to Buy

You won’t find Enhance Mind IQ in stores in at online retailers like Amazon.com, or even in stores like GNC, Walmart, Vitamin Shoppe, or CVS.

It may become available on Amazon at some time in the future. Many such products do.

At this time, the only place you can purchase Enhance Mind IQ is through their official website (tryenhancemindiq.com), and there are a couple different ways to go:

You can order it outright, at the cost of $79 a bottle.The bottle will last a month, and they throw in a bonus bottle of Enhanzed ZZZ to help you get a restful night’s sleep so your mind is fresh and ready to go in the morning and throughout the next day.

The product is covered by a money back guarantee.

If you’re not satisfied with your purchase, you must call customer service at 1-866-482-8277 within 60 days to receive an RMA number.

Once you return the product, you’ll be credited a refund.

The customer is responsible for return shipping charges, but we didn’t see any mention of a restocking fee, so the refund should be for the full supplement price.

The terms do not mention any bonus bottles and how they may affect the guarantee, so make sure you’re clear on that if you’re planning to return the product.

The wording used in the Terms and Conditions document is that you must return “any/all remaining product” so that indicates that it is expected some will be used before you decide to return it.

Or you can order Enhance Mind IQ by signing up for their free trial program.

We talk about these scams all the time, and this one is no exception.

You sign up by paying $4.95 for shipping, and they send you a “free” one month supply bottle.Most customers think this is the end of it, but they are incorrect.

Unless you call their customer service number and cancel your subscription (a subscription that you probably didn’t even know you subscribed to), on the 14th day after you place your order, they’ll charge you $89.92 for that “free” bottle, and start sending you a new bottle at that same price each month until you do cancel.Funny thing is, the free trial costs more than buying a bottle outright.

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If you do find yourself in this predicament and you need to cancel, call their customer service number at 866-482-8177.

Enhance Mind IQ Pros and Cons

Advantages of Enhance Mind IQ

  • The ingredients are claimed to be all natural.
  • The formula lists three ingredients – Vincpocetine, Phosphatidylserine, and Bacopa Monnieri – each of which is capable of improving brain function on some level.
  • You don’t have to use the free trial option to purchase Enhance Mind IQ. You can order it outright as well.
  • There’s a money back guarantee.

Disadvantages of Enhance Mind IQ

  • They don’t list the entire formula or amounts even of the ingredients they do list.

    This means it’s really impossible to tell whether or not it will be effective.
  • You can get caught up in an autobilling nightmare if you’re not careful when signing up for the free trial.
  • There are no independent reviews from customers who’ve actually used it.
  • While they claims quantifiable results, using specific percentages of improvement, they don’t cite actual studies where these quantifiables were proven.

The Bottom Line

More and more supplement companies are coming out with nootropic formulas (so called “Limitless Pills”) now that the market for them has gotten so big.

This is a good thing on the whole, but it has the potential to bring out some bad actors just looking to make a quick buck and move on.

Without having tried it yet myself, it’s actually tough to tell where Enhance Mind IQ falls on the spectrum.

On the one hand, they make unrealistic and unsubstantiated claims, but on the other hand, they list 3 solid ingredients in the formula.

The truth is, however, even with good ingredients, they won’t do a thing for you unless they’re used in appropriate amounts, which we don’t know is the case.

Do not fall for free trial scams because at this point they have become a dime a dozen and they are quite simply so easy to spot from a mile away that it is not worth doing to yourself and while it is not your fault if you get swindled by a shady company that should not be in business in the first place, it is your fault if you don’t at least try to use your best judgement to discern whether or not you should even go for it in the first place.

At this point, it’s unknown how effective Enhance Mind IQ might be.

But the fact that they use a free trial scam is not a good sign.

If you find yourself drawn to it, consider making a purchase outright, with knowledge of the 60 day guarantee in mind.

It may turn out to be the best $80 you’ve ever spent, or it may be a waste of money.It’s good to know you can recoup most of it if that turns out to be the case.

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By Joshua,  Jul 9, 2017

The ingredients on the Enhance Mind IQ bottle do not include what was mentioned above. It does seem to help me very slightly but I'll give those results to the placebo effect.  It's not worth the money. It's basically a $70.00 bottle of vitamin B12.
 

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I did not set up automatic shipments. I moved and don't want any of your products. The Enhanced Mind IQ was not any better than other products I tried and I have not used Enhanced ZZZ, because I don't need it. I tried calling customer service, but never reached anyone - only automated recordings. I want to stop all shipments and do NOT charge me for any of the shipments up to this date. I have moved! This company is NOT user-friendly and I would not order from here at all! -Marta


SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We have no affiliation with EnhanceMind IQ. If you've been unsuccessful getting through using their customer service phone line, this is the email address I found published on their website: support@Nootormins.com- Rob

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What are the ingredients?I may be allergic . -Jerry


The company doesn't provide an entire ingredient list online. They only mention Vinpocetine, Bacopa Monnieri, and Phosphatidylserine. You'd have to contact the company directly in order to get a complete list. The number listed on their website is (866) 512-0453.- Rob

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Why can't you people run and honest business and stop scamming people. -Mary


SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We don't sell supplements or have any affiliation with this product. In fact, if you read our review you'll see we agree with you completely.- Rob

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Will you please send me a RMA# so that I can return the Enhance Mind IQ that I just received please? -Jeanie Montgomery-Neil


SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We have no affiliation with this product. You'll have to contact them directly. The number from their website is (866) 512-0453.- Rob

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I ordered one bottle of Enhanced Mind. They sent six. I have returned the five I didn't order for which I was charged $149. I've ask for a refund by phone. Can't find an e-mail address. Do you have one? Also, do you have enough pull to help get my money back? That would be wonderful if you can help. Barbara Warren -Barbara


I don't have a relationship with this product. In fact, I recommend against buying it, so I definitely have no pull. I checked the website, but they don't list an email address. Did they handle your cancellation over the phone?- Rob

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21 comments on “Enhance Mind IQ Review – Don’t Be Fooled By The Free Trial Scam”

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  1. Anytime product ingredients are either not listed or if listed, fail to specify amounts..as you noted above should be a warning to consumers. ?
    1. Hey James,

      Good question. What they do is super scammy, but it’s technically legal.

      The terms of the deal are explained clearly in the Terms and Conditions document… if you can find it. They’ve basically covered their butts when it comes to the letter of the law, if not the intent.

    1. Hey James,

      SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We have no affiliation with this company.

      In fact, our review reveals this product as a scam. You’ll need to contact them directly to cancel your order.

      The customer service number I found from their website is 1-866-482-8277.
  2. I ordered the $4.95 trial and it took 10 days to arrive. I got charged $89.

    FOUR days after I began using it. I called the company and asked for an extension so I could actually use the product before being charged but they said I would have to return the bottle with the unused portion to receive a credit.

    I figured if they were worth their weight in salt they wouldn’t need shady business practices so I removed 10 more days worth of product and shipped it back. *Note – zero results from 15 days of use but that isn’t very long so I don’t know if longer use would produce results.
    After waiting 2 weeks and no refund I contacted the company again.

    They said it could take up to 10 days to 2 weeks to process the return. In the meantime I received another shipment and was charged another $89.


    I refused the shipment and called Bank of America to dispute the charge. Initially the bank credited me for the 2nd charge but after a very long time B of A wrote me to tell me that because I had clicked the “agree to” terms for monthly shipment and billing I was obligated and the reversed the credit.

    I also had to close the account I had used so they didn’t keep charging me.
    BOTTOM LINE – I paid $4.95 (initial shipping) +$89. (1st order)+ $89. (2nd order) for NOTHING and because I shipped the 1st bottle back, I didn’t even get to try the product!

    Save yourself the hassles….it’s a scam!
  3. Enhance Mind IQ is a scam. They give you 15 days to return non used portion.

    How do you use 30 days and return in under 15 day?
  4. I don’t know how they got hold of my email and used my credit card information to charge me around $ 150 for 5 bottles that I did not order and did not receive after more than two weeks from ordering. My email to trace shipment is still not answered.

    The charge to my card was made by “Enhanced Cognitive” but the email confirming the order came from “Triple M Labs”.

    When I tried to trace it, it turned out to be a highly professional scam and should be reported to the authorities.

    I will appreciate any help from readers who have had a similar experience.
    Souheil

    1. Hey Souheil,

      Yeah, both Triple M and Enhance Mind IQ have F ratings from the Better Business Bureau. I’m not sure if any State Attorneys General know about them, but it wouldn’t hurt to contact them.

      Spreading the word about these scams is the best way to help others avoid them.
    1. Hey Izabella,

      The contact number I found on their website is 1-844-627-5900. Give them a call and tell them you want to cancel your subscription.

      Make sure you get a confirmation email so you can prove you made the call if necessary.
  5. Hi steven. The best thing you can do is try to get them to return your money upon sending bottles back and then cancle card and get new one or start with the canceling the card then call them and ask how they want to correct this problem on the assumption you can contact them
  6. All of these so called wonder pills have the same thing in common. The Auto/ship scam.

    I don’t care if it is IQ pills, ED pills, or cures for your grandma’s MS. Once you try it you can’t stop the credit card charges.

    For once, if it is so good I would be happy to try it over and over. Don’t rope us in to auto/ship program so you can collect lots of cash while we try to cancel.

  7. Within the last hour I just purchased 3 bottles of EnhanceMind IQ 5 plus 2 free. Also bought 1 bottle at half price.

    That is a total of 6 bottles, with 2 of them free, of Enhance Mind IQ.
    Also they offered One bottle of Omega Enhance for free, I just pay shipping $ 4.95…Somewhere in the wording they use, did I actually subscribe for an automatic subscription for them to keep sending more bottles of the Enhance IQ or the Omega Enhance (That was the free bottle ) I just paid shipping.
    Question is should I call customer service Monday morning and cancel anything to make sure they do not keep charging my card for unwanted future shipments?


    Any advice from you I am sure will be helpful.. Looking forward in hearing back from you.


    Steven
    1. Hey Steven,
      Yeah that sounds fishy. My guess is they probably slipped some terms and conditions by you that you didn’t bother to read (happens to everyone, including myself).

      I would definitely give them a call soon and find out if they signed you up for an auto-rebill.

      If they did, could you come back here and let me know? I’d like to update the review if that’s what they did.

      Thanks man.
    1. Hey Debby,

      Yeah, actually I’ve tested a lot. Go to the website homepage, click on Nootropics in the menu, and you’ll see lots of them. My top choice is a product called Optimind.

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