Ordered the "risk-free" 14 day trial, which didn't seem to do much. Next thing I know my bank account is overdrawn because they charged me $74.95 for a month's supply.
I thought the stuff wasn't very good for $4.99, let alone the $109.95 it's now costing me with the overdraft charge. Nowhere did I see anything about "auto-shipment", "auto-subscribe", etc. when I signed up for the sample. If their product is supposed to be so great then people should be returning to their site to order more, or running out to the store to save the $4.99 shipping fee and perhaps even get a discount.
Involuntarily auto-subscribing people is the oldest scam on the Internet and has been for years.
The fact that Nugenix chooses to engage in this type of consumer fraud negates the fact that their product may or may not be useful to people. It merely serves to turn away those people for fear of being duped into yet another Internet auto-bill scam.
Review about: Nugenix Free Trial.
Reason of review: Problems with payment.
Monetary Loss: $110.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
I liked: Initial delivery time.
I didn't like: Unauthorized credit card charge.