Nugenix ingredients

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This company is a scam from the word go. It is not honest about its policies or how they work. They say that you are getting a 14 day supply (30 capsules) but the recommended dosage is 3x per day (a 10 day supply). They say that you are given 18 days to cancel, but you don't get your product for almost 20 days. So, your auto ship program kicks in at $75/mo without the benefit of the time necessary to take and review the results.
There are too many components here to make this legitimate. Applied Perceptions in N. Carolina is a telemarketing firm that has no direct connection with Nugenix. Direct Digital actually owns Nugenix, but has no direct link to them except through the so-called manufacturing company located in Boston. It's almost impossible to get your money back or to cancel.
STAY AWAY from Nugenix and their advertising, unless you have money to throw away.

Nugenix ingredients

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