Bravado Review

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Published: 09 October 2019

Posted by: Anonymously

Warning – this company will rip you off. They advertized a free trial of their Bravado male potency pill on the radio. I called the number had to give a credit card for P&P. The pills finally turned up about a month later, and I discovered that my credit card had been charge over $90. I called them and one of their assistants told me that they did not advertize a fre trial, but a RISK-free trial. With no way of replaying the radio ad, I had to accept that I must have misheard. The $90+ was for the first 2 months supply! I told them that I considered their business practices unethical and I did not want to continue with the program (the details of which are deliberately misleading misleading and vague). I did not pay any more. However, I now receive, roughly once a week, letters addressed to me with “Warning – sexually oriented material” in bold on the outside or, as this morning, a postcard stating that “Important Medical Information” was waiting for me from “The Center for Male Sexual Improvement”. All written explcicitly on a postcard! These cardas and letters only started arriving since I ordered Bravado. The product does nothing, costs a fortune, and you will regret your decision for the rest of your life!

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