If you have erectile dysfunction or sexual health issues, then better stay away from Zyalix Male Enhancement. This is because it is a scam designed to give you false hope and rip you off big time!
According to the information on its website, Zyalix Male Enhancement is the ultimate product that will give you:
- Bigger and long-lasting erections
- Surge in sex drive and energy
- Increased sexual confidence
Zyalix claims to work by increasing the amount of ‘free testosterone’ and nitric oxide (NO) in the body. NO, a gas, is a potent vasodilator that has been claimed to dilate the blood vessels of the penis, thereby leading to an erection. Zyalix claims to be ‘the only product that does both,’ that is, boost testosterone and NO levels.
Ingredients of Zyalix
The supposed ingredients of Zyalix include L-arginine, Asian red ginger extract, Muira Puama extract, saw palmetto berry, gingko bilboa extract, horny goat weed and bioperine. As noted in my previous reviews of similar erectile dysfunction scams, most of these ingredients (except L-arginine) have been shown to have negligible or no effect on testosterone and NO levels in the body.
IMPORTANT: Did you notice the ‘all natural’ badge placed at the ingredients section of the website? Please don’t be deceived. That a product is made of ‘all natural’ ingredients does NOT mean that it is safe. In fact, most of the most dangerous drugs being prescribed by doctors (for example digitalis, atropine, quinine, many anticancer drugs) are all derived from plant sources. So don’t let that ‘all natural’ badge make you think that Zyalix is safe!
This is the farthest I can go as far as reviewing Zyalix is concerned. Now I’m going to shift focus to the reasons why Zyalix is a scam:
1. Zyalix LLC Does NOT Exist!
Zyalixis made by a company called Zyalix LLC. It lists its address as 3201 W Hillsborough Ave #153201-1175 Tampa, FL 33684. Well I looked it up using Google Maps, only to discover that it is just a post office!
2. Fake Testimonials with Stock, Stolen Photos
All the testimonials displayed on Zyalix’s website are made using stock and stolen photos. For example, ‘Vincent Harper’ is a stock photo stolen from Flickr, ‘Rob Greco’ is a stock photo from Shutterstock, ‘Carlos Velez’ is a stock photo from DepositPhotos and Dreamstime, while ‘Sean Carter’ is a photo stolen from Pinterest (the photo is no longer on Pinterest).
3. NOT a Free Trial!
A new visitor to Zyalix’s website will think that he has stumbled upon a free trial product. But I hate to break it to you that there is NO such thing as a free Zyalix trial! This is because I found this hidden in the Terms and Conditions page:
That’s right. Once you fill in your details and hit ‘rush my bottle,’ you’ll be charged $4.93. Then after 14 days, you’ll be automatically billed $89.92 every month for the product unless you cancel within the 14-day ‘trial.’
Does that look like a free trial? I don’t think so. And the fact that this was not clearly disclosed on the website but hidden in the rarely visited Terms and Conditions page should tell you how crooked and dishonest this fake company is!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Zyalix Male Enhancement. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: Zyalix.com
Make sure you ignore that ‘WARNING’ on the top of the page on your way out. It is nothing but an HTML-coded script designed to give you the impression that their product will soon sell out if you don’t buy it on the day you visited the site. That’s absolute nonsense. Come back to the site another day, and the message will still be there along with the date of that day. That’s a very cheap pressure tactic often employed by scammers to make their victims to hurry up and fall for their scam product.
As always, I welcome your feedback on this product. If you have used the product or have any contributions to make, feel free to use the comments section. Thank you!