While looking for stuff to review, I recently came across an offer for a male enhancer called Enhance XL. The product didn’t sound too bad and the offer was for a free sample. I figured, ok, this sounds like something that I’d like to try; then I noticed all the negative reviews everywhere.
Long story short: I didn’t buy Enhance XL; but decided to elicit responses from people who did.
If you took advantage of the Enhance XL free sample offer then I want to hear about it in my comment section below. I want to know about your experience with the product and if you think you got scammed or not. The purpose of this will be to help people make better buying decisions and avoid the bad deals.
WHAT IS ENHANCE XL?
Enhance XL is a dietary supplement for men that’s meant to boost and/or support testosterone, erection quality and overall sexual functioning. It supposedly does this using common herbal and non-herbal ingredients mixed in a proprietary blend.
It seems that two companies (possibly one entity using two names) are selling Enhance XL. The labels on the bottles look exactly the same except for a change in the company name.
- COMPANY: National Supplement Beauty Solutions Ltd. & Apex Vitality.
- ADDRESS (per free offer page info): National Supplement Beauty Solutions Ltd., 272 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4JR, Scotland.
- PHONE: 1-866-258-3924
- Free offer webpage (see Terms and Conditions at bottom of page).
PROPOSED BENEFITS OF ENHANCE XL:
- Improved testosterone levels.
- Intensified orgasms.
- Bigger erections.
- Longer lasting erections.
- More sexual stamina.
- Supports healthy sexual functioning.
INGREDIENTS (per the website):
- Boron amino-acid Chelate
- Wild yam extract
- Epidemium (aka horny goat weed)
- Tongkat ali
- Nettle extract
- Saw palmetto
ENHANCE XL DOSAGE (per the website): Take 2 capsules per day – one in the morning and one in the evening.
IS ENHANCE XL A SCAM?
Anytime a free trial offer requires a credit card number there’s a chance that you might be signing up for more than you thought. Most folks assume they’re getting the free sample product and that’s the end of it. Unfortunately, what typically happens is that in the process of ordering the “free” item, you also agree to the terms of a monthly subscription service. With this service you’ll keep getting Enhance XL every month and you’ll be billed for it until you cancel the service (which can be tricky).
I found that the Better Business Bureau has multiple complaints against both National Supplement Beauty Solutions and Apex Vitality for unauthorized charges and poor customer service (not necessarily for Enhance XL, but other products that they offer as well). Google also shows several negative customer reviews for these companies where they refused to provide refunds and some customers are calling the company a scam. Again, these complaints were against the companies themselves and did not necessarily involve Enhance XL.
From what I could tell, people are getting the products that they initially order but are generally unhappy with the billing and customer service. I can’t tell for sure what these people think of the actual products though. Amazon reviews seem mostly bogus as are the dozens of fake review websites pushing the Enhance XL free offer. They’re promoting this offer to get $37 per lead; I know because that’s what I’d get through a certain affiliate network.
HOW TO PLAY IT SAFE WITH FREE OFFERS
If you’re really bent on trying a certain product through a free trial offer, I would try using a prepaid card. Never use a debit card, a credit card with a balance, or auto-withdrawal from your bank account (ACH). Get a prepaid card with $100 on it (sometimes they’re able to check fund availability) and have it linked to a zip-code. This way they might not know that it’s not a regular credit card. Use the prepaid card to get the free sample then use the rest of the money on the card for groceries or gas. Then there’s no way they can bill you any further!
If you can’t get a free sample with a prepaid card with enough money to cover the shipping cost or whatever, then that’s a sign you should probably avoid the offer.
COMMENT ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH ENHANCE XL
Feel free to use the comment form below to let everyone know what you think of Enhance XL and the people behind it (only if you’ve actually used the product).
Please keep your comment to a few hundred words so my software doesn’t automatically reject it for being too long. Being concise is nice.