Maximizer Health Products is advertising on TV offering a free week trial of their ExtenZe male enhancement product. Complainants report ordering the product, but then, receiving multiple charges and shipments each month. When one woman ordered the product, she was asked for her bank account number in order to pay the $5.95 S&H. She then noticed two withdrawals of $36.92. When questioned, the company told her she had "enrolled" for additional products. Over 650 complaints have been filed against this California company, and they have the Bureau's lowest rating.
Source: California Better Business Bureau.
5/3/2007 - Randy writes:
I ordered the trial version of Extenze capsules for male enhancement--the company automatically ships another package when you order the trial version and keeps sending them unless you call and cancel. Well, first of all, it took me 3 days to fianlly get a hold of someone to cancel the automatic shipments. After receiving the 0.97 cent free trial, I decided to return the product as stated by the companies return policy. The policy states To receive a refund on extenze, you must return your first bottle (trial version), either empty or unopened, plus any additional bottles you may have received. Only the first bottle may be refunded if opened. Any additional bottles are not refundable if opened. All purchases must be returned within 45 days. I sent the second box back within the 45 days UNOPENED for a refund. After about two months, I never got the refund so I called them. They passed me to 3 employees their the last being the manager who all stated that they received the package opened and that I did nopt qualify for a refund for that purpose. They have a nice scam going by telling customers who return the products that they were open so they do not have to refund their money...I am sure that they put that merchandise back for sales again as well. DO NOT ORDER FROM THEM. I wish there was a way to get my money $6.90 back. If anyone knows how we can bring down this company for a refund...you have my support.  Sincerely, Randy
Does extenze REALLY increase manhood?
No - no drug, tablet, exercise or machine will do that - it's just a way to separate the stupid from their money.
No. Maybe in your dreams!
NO it is a scam.the ingredients do help with blood flow. for more ridged erections and but No to your answer.
I hope this is helpful :-)