Synagen Brain Supplement

Another “Brain Booster” scam featuring the POTUS, Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates and others. Unfortunately, the only thing that will get a boost from this offer is the scammers’ wallets!

DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements.

This scam is remarkably similar to the Formula Focus and  InteliGEN scams I uncovered earlier, so I’ll refer you to that post for details.

FREE TRIAL = EXPENSIVE LESSON

While everything on the site shouts, “TRIAL BOTTLE,” the offer is anything but free. Here’s what’s revealed in the small text of their Terms:

By placing an order you will pay $4.95 for shipping and will be shipped a 30 day supply of Synagen IQ. You will have 13 days to try the product (plus 2 days for shipping thus giving you 15 days from today until you are billed). 15 days from the date of purchase, you will be charged $84.71 and enrolled in our refill membership program. If you cancel before the 15 day trial ends and don’t return it you may be charged a retention fee for keeping the product. After thirty days from the date of purchase opened packages are not eligible for return, even if they are returned. After thirty days all shipments are ineligible for refunds even if they are unopened. Every thirty day thereafter until you cancel, you will be billed and shipped a new 30 day supply at $84.71.


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