CogniMaxx Review: A Word of CAUTION
First of all, at BrainPillReviews.com, we believe that we serve two main purposes – one is to direct people towards the solutions that suit them best and the second is to keep people away from scam operations that are out to cause nothing but misery and pain. Make of the following what you will, but we feel as though the following comments found online should be all you need to know before making a decision of whether or not to put in your 16 digits before getting an alleged free trial of CogniMaxx XL.
CogniMaxx XL first caught our attention about two months ago, when we realized that a lot of customers sent us emails asking us whether or not the product’s “credit card scam rumors” are true. To highlight the free trial credit card scam, we decided to show a screen shot of the landing page they use. For those unfamiliar with a landing page, it is essentially a one page website without any menu tabs or contact details (similar to IKEA – one way in, one way out). Have a look:
CogniMaxx Review: A Word of CAUTION
It’s clear from this landing page alone that CogniMaxx isn’t just a regular villain or the black fly in the chardonnay, but rather a merciless company that aims to disappear from the surface of the planet after scamming millions. The website doesn’t mention the price of the product or any of the ingredients used, and yet convinces you to give them your information and “try risk free!” Truthfully, the cheap advertisements and dodgy signs make it hard to believe that the company is concerned about the product’s value whatsoever.
While we usually give a detailed description of the product’s ingredients and how it works, we unfortunately could not find any information about the formula on their official website. To our surprise, BrainBoosterSupplement.com and SupplementPolice.com seem to be well aware about the product’s ingredients. Their reviews are also very positive and do not pay attention to the scam stories. Now, we’re not necessarily accusing them but as we put two and two together. We’re quickly realizing that that we’re getting four. Lets take a look at what people are saying about BrainFire.
“I received my bottle of CogniMaxx yesterday and am concerned because there is an after-market label placed on the bottle that looks very unprofessional. It is not the same as what is shown on the screen. My first thought was, “could they be using this bottle and filling it with their own product?” I ordered this because of all the other positive reviews. Since the vitamin supplement companies are not regulated, we have to trust companies to supply us with genuine product. How can I be assured this company is a quality operation? Why is that label printed by an inkjet printer (because the ink is smudged) on the outside of my bottle?”
– Taylor Christmanon on May 1, 2014
“this product didn’t make any difference to the way I felt or my brain felt at all. If anything it only made me feel exhausted. The labelling had what I can assume is a typo where it says Caffein which I assume is supposed to be Caffeine. They have since changed their design and label so I don’t know if the typo is still there. But overall not impressed and would not recommend. Also contains SOY which I wasn’t aware of before buying.”
– J. Whiting Raw Fooder on July 1, 2015
Pro’s and Con’s
– Perhaps it may work for some
– Quite expensive
– They don’t disclose about ingredients
– No information about price on website
– No testimonials available
Total Score: (2 / 5) Effectiveness: (2 / 5) Ingredients: (2 / 5) Side Effects: (2 / 5) Value for the Money: (2 / 5)