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About Adderin

Adderin, found online at Adderin.com, is a new daily health supplement that claims to be able to increase people’s energy, focus, and overall brain power so they are their best selves with any task they approach. 

How Does It Work?

According to DailyDiscoveryNews.com, another website promoting the use of Adderin, this daily supplement has such an amazing reputation at increasing users’ brain health, focus, memory, and more, that it was banned for nearly three years from quiz shows like Jeopardy and from many university campuses.

In fact, this website says that this product was the inspiration for the drug in the movie “Limitless,” and that it was actually recognized by name during the Limitless promotional campaign. 

In addition the website goes on to say that this supplement’s beneficial effects will begin quickly after you take the first pill, and that the longer you continue taking the supplement, the more benefits you will feel throughout the weeks and months.  

Ingredients and Side Effects

The Adderin website does provide a list of this supplement’s ingredients, including: Alpha GPC, Tyrosine, Bacopa, Vinpocetine, GABA, and Huperzine A

At best, some of these symptoms show that that they “may possibly” have a beneficial effect on memory or cognition, but none of these ingredients have been conclusively shown to have any of the significant improvement effects that are mentioned on this product’s website. However, all of these ingredients are considered natural, and therefore are less likely to have any sort of negative side effects for users. 

Cost/Price Plans

Currently this company offers three different packages that customers can choose between. The first is their one month, or single bottle, supply which is priced at $69.95, but they also offer a three month supply of three bottles for $49.64 per bottle or $148.92 total, and finally a five months’ supply of five bottles for $34.99 per month or $174.95 total.    

Refund Policy

Technically this company does offer a Refund Policy, but it is incredibly restricted. At this time, the company is only willing to provide refunds when a customer cancels an existing order before it is shipped. If your product has already shipped, you will need to wait and receive your order before you can ship it back and request a refund.

However, it’s not that simple. This company says that they will only accept the return of damaged or defective products and only then if they are returned within 30 days. Any returns made after 30 days of the purchase date will not be accepted, and no refunds will be given.

At this time, it appears that this company provides no Return or Refund Policy for customers who receive an undamaged product but are still disappointed with this product or its performance for any reason.       

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 727-498-4811 or by submitting them directly to their website through the Contact link provided. 

Reputation

Unfortunately this product doesn’t have many reviews, but those that are available are all fairly negative. Complaints range from racing heart and trouble breathing to multiple, multiple complaints from customers who claimed they were charged much more than was listed on the website and some customers never even received their order. 

But it is also important to mention that this product is being promoted by a fake news site which is actually a paid advertisement that makes ridiculous claims, beginning with the claim that this product - made from all natural vitamins and minerals – was banned from universities, as well as saying that this supplement was the inspiration for the pill featured in the movie Limitless. In addition, these exact claims have been used in the past to promote other so-called brain pills, all of which were created by different companies and have different ingredients. 

The bottom line certainly seems to be that customers should stay far, far away from this product.  

Competitors and Alternatives?

There are many, many other products online that make these kinds of promises, including Procera AVH, Brain Abundance, Cebria, Alpha BRAIN, Addium Brain Supplement, and many others.   

If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your Adderin reviews below.

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