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Tried nugenix and i did not do well. diarrhea.

I tried nugenix on Monday April 22,2019; April 23, 2019: and April 24, 2019 according to the label directions. I had two capsules with food at noon on each day. The early morning of April 25th,2019 I had the worst case of diarrhea I experienced. The diarrhea lasted for four days. I thought I had contracted e.coli through a food I had eaten. Luckily my wife had consumed the same foods I had so epidemiologically I was able to discount the probability of diarrhea being caused by food. The Lot number on the bottle is 9011420, exp: 02/21. The diarrhea is beginning to subside with help of a daily dose of Imodium.
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#1529936 Review #1529936 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Bad quality
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$800
Preferred solution
Let the company propose a solution
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Nugenix - Scammers

Good way to soccer people into making money. Pay for shipping and never get your product. Very clever
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#1313351 Review #1313351 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Nugenix - Charged $70 after "Free no obligation Trail" and refusal of autorenewal!!!!!!!!!

Received an email from Nugenix for their "Free, no obligation Trial". Said No charges would be put on my card. I just received another bottle of their "Testosterone Booster" in the mail that 1- I DIDN"T ORDER, 2- They charged me over $70 for it. When I orginally resonded to the email from NUGENIX for their free tril offer, I read the fine print and checked the proper box that said I did not want to autorenew my "trial" and yet here I am out over $70 for something that is really just a vitamin after reading the ingredients. Also the fine print says in order for this to work, you must be involved in a rigorus workout program. Anyone that's done any research knows that working out rigorusly alone causes a rise in a mans testosterone level. This is nothing more then a scam for over priced vitamins!!!! I'm going to be calling their CSR line to have a "discussion" about this wrongful charge. Just wish I hadn't used my debit card and used my credit card instead (alot easier to dispute a charge)!! Now I have to ask a company that apparently scams people, for my money back. No, I don't expect them to refund my wrongfully taken money. Why should they? It would cost me far more in time and money to sue them then to write off $70+, but I have lots of free time on my hands due to being disabled, so the entire internet is going to be hearing my story, unless I get my $$$ back immediatly, along with an apology!! BTW, the bottle they sent and that I never ordered, is upopened and ready for return if needed. If they don't request it, I will just throw them away as I already am under a nutritionists guidelines for supplements intake (no she wasn't happy I ordered them either). Is there ANY company out there not trying to screw the public, let alone disabled people out of $$$ these days?? I hope to update with better news. Thanks... :)
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#1282152 Review #1282152 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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  • Trial autorenewal Scam
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Nugenix - Shady.

I don't like to write negative reviews about companies unless they REALLY deserve it since I know that reviews can really make an impact on a company's reputation. That being said I am deeply dissatisfied with NUGENIX's shady tactics - There is a commercial out there which indicates you can try NUGENIX no strings attached by texting them and then they will send you a sample for FREE. My husband wanted to try it as he was starting a new diet and workout routine and it seemed like a legitimate way for him to increase his energy levels - or at least it was worth a try for free. Also, for some reason I thought they were affiliated with GNC and that it would be safe to order the "free" trial. I should have been skeptical when it asked me to provide my credit card for shipping. But I thought, hey, that is probably reasonable and my husband wanted to try it. We received the sample very quickly and my husband had been using it (I don't know if he had any positive experience with it and that is not what this review is about). I didn't think much else about NUGENIX until I woke up this morning with an alert on my bank account that a (approx) $75.00 charge had been deducted by NUGENIX. This (sadly) almost overdraft my account and I had not authorized the charge so I was extremely upset. It was too early to call, so I looked up reviews and found the other ones here that state the same sort of thing about fraudulent charges. Then I reviewed the "welcome" emails that I had gotten after signing up for the trial and at the VERY bottom in MINISCULE print there was a disclaimer that I would have to cancel within (18?) days or they would charge me full price for the product and continue to do so. That is crazy, because when I signed up for the "free" trial it asked me if I was sure that I didn't want to go ahead and place an order for their product for a discounted rate? I said No, thanks. So WHY IN THE HECK would I want it at the full (ridiculous) price. Of course, these shady tactics are necessary if your product can't speak for itself - a truly worthwhile product would not need to be peddled in such an unsavory manner. So upset. Good news is when I called the number and voiced my concerns they did immediately offer to refund my money. But now I have to wait on my bank with my super low balance so not cool NUGENIX, not cool. Be warned.
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#1237021 Review #1237021 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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  • trial offer
  • unauthorized credit card charge
  • Scam
Nugenix's reply to:

Nugenix - This is really terrible

I have an order that was sent to me authorized I want my money back I don't want the product I'm going to contact my bank and also going to contact my lawyer
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#1234710 Review #1234710 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Nugenix - Needing to cancel my account

Perfectly happy with the product, but would much rather purchase from my local supplement store as and when I wish, the subscription also arrives well after a bottle has finished.Please inform me how to get my account cancelled without posting my personal details here for all to view online. At this moment, I'm unable to find any detail of such on the website, or able to log into any form of account on the web site, not sure how you're able to process payments from me without any form of account set up, so would also like all my contact details scrubbed from your records.Thanks Reason of review: Poor customer service. Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution. I liked: Product. I didn't like: Lack of information
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Nugenix - Ive been trying to cancel my free trial but can't connect to the call center

I decided against purchasing the product after the free trial, but have been unable to contact the call center on the 855 number provided. I tried calling for the past few days, my account was charged yesterday. I don't understand how there is only a call in to cancel a free trial option, but can't get a hold of anyone to cancel the subscription. There should be an option to do it through a website or E-Mail. Now I'm being charged for a product I didn't want. I would like a call back or e-mail back to get this situation resolved. I feel like I was scammed out of $75 dollars and I'm not happy.
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#1126305 Review #1126305 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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  • trial offer
  • cancellation scam
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Nugenix - Cancellation is a nightmare

I tried the 30 day free trial. I didnt notice any change that is advertised. I called and was told that i should try it for 30 more days risk free and all my money will be returned including my original shipping of trial. I just have to return the bottles which i dont have to pay for. I went ahead and ordered it. Again... No difference. Called customer care to cancel and the run around started. First i was told that its been cancelled and i dont need to return anything(Aug-16). No refund... Called today(Aug-31) and was told that i need to return the bottles and i have to pay for shipping. Bottomline: - Product doesnt work - It is NOT risk free and you never get your money back. Highly disappointed.
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#1094999 Review #1094999 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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  • cancellation scam