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Male enhancement capsules scams 'Free Offers' will take your credit card info and keep charging your account.
Often, you will not even receive the product and even if you do, it does nothing to boost your libido, testosterone or sexual performance.
Not only have I resarched this issue extensively, I now have spoken with a lot of men who got scammed.
PHOTO: To be a sexually healthy man takes much more than using one male enhancement capsules product!
Here's how it happened:
Recently, I researched and wrote some articles on Nitric Oxide benefits. Because I love helping men and women enjoy a better love life, I put together some nutritional supplement packages. My page was entitled 'Peak Nitric Oxide Packages.'
At the time, I did not know there was a nitric oxide supplement out there called PeakNitricOxide. It suddenly appeared in the same search results as my new page. There were also always several Google ads for PeakNitricOxide at the top of the search results. I had never seen this product before - but didn't think anything of it.
Within 6 months after I had first seen the PeakNitricOxide.com product, my search results increased sharply. I noticed LOTS of people searching on the term 'peak nitric oxide scams.'
Not long after that, I began getting deluged with emails and phone calls from irate customers who had been taken in by this male enhancement capsules scam.
They were not MY customers - they were looking for the other company. So I went to the website address and - no way to contact them - just: 'This site is down for maintenance. Please check back again soon.'
I actually called back most of the irate customers because I felt badly for them. I suggested they immediately contact their card companies and ask for the old card to be cancelled and a new one issued - this is the best way to assure the scam company cannot steal any more money.
Once they realized that Peak Health Now is not the same company and I was trying to help them, the distraught people softened. I heard one tale of woe after another. NONE of them said this male enhancement capsules product had helped them.
I was also told by some that they had responded to the PeakNitricOxide free offer on TV or radio. Apparently, this company initiated a massive and very expensive ad campaign!
The emails and phone calls from peaknitricoxide product customers had a similar theme: they all demanded that the company stop charging their credit card, and did not want any more product because it didn't work. All these people had responded to the 'Free' offer for male enhancement capsules - in which they 'just had to pay for shipping,' i.e. had to submit their credit card info.
Even after the company 'disappeared,' (to see, try clicking on link www.peaknitricoxide.com - below in text of my letter - not there!) people were telling me the charges were still coming out of their accounts!
Because of the volume of emails from desperate and angry customers of the other company, I composed an email reply (below) to let them know I was not that company, and to give them encouragement to contact their credit card companies.
In addition, after most of the hysteria of scammed customers died down, I got a few emails and phone calls threatening to contact the FCC because of constant calls from telemarketers. As before, I had to explain that Peak Health Now was not the company they were looking for.
Peak Health Now - www.peak-health-now.com - is not, and never has been, and never will be - associated with peaknitricoxide.com or any other disreputable company.
Peak Health Now does not and never will use telemarketers - we do not need them as we are a small business with excellent customer service!
We have received numerous communications from people who have been ripped off. The company showed up on the internet around 6 months ago, heavily advertising what in our estimation is a junk product. People told me they saw it on TV also.
The company has now 'disappeared.'
***Some of the few dozen people who have contacted me about this said the company is still taking money out of their accounts.
I would suggest immediately contacting your CC company.***
I had a similar situation (not a supplement company) and requested my Credit Card company to give me a new card. When you do that, the scammers can't steal any more from you on the old card.
If you have a PayPal account, you might want to alert them, too, as the company could try to take money out of there - though PayPal is very watchful and won't allow it - it can be a nuisance.
People find my website because we talk about nitric oxide and my company name is Peak Health Now.
I have called back some people who were ripped off - company can no longer be contacted and they are draining peoples' bank accounts putting unauthorized charges on their cards.
Please take a close look at the page with a selection of pharmaceutical-grade products from the very rare companies with integrity and note that the 'peaknitricoxide' product is not (never has been and never will be) among them:
Please also check out my articles on Supplement Scams for a real education on how careful you must be when purchasing nutritional supplements:
IMPORTANT: If you have already given your credit card info to peaknitricoxide, you must contact your credit card company to block further charges - AND - you may want to ask them to issue a new card and cancel the original one. This will protect you from losing more money.
I wish you the very Best of Health!
Company Owner, Peak Health Now
About a month or two after PeakNitricOxide 'disappeared,' another mens' sexual booster product appeared. The name starts with 'Nu' and ends with 'x.'
I took a look at reviews on Amazon and a few other places. Apparently it is the same deal; 'free offer,' product does nothing, credit card being charged after company was told to stop, etc.
It is common for male enhancement capsules companies to disappear when peoples' scam alert is on them - and reappear under another name. Enough said - please be very wary of such product advertising!
That said, here are some articles that I have written to provide you with info on real male enhancement:
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