AndroDNA Testo Boost Review – Is this offer a scam?


AndroDNA is a testosterone booster and performance enhancer you can currently find available for trial.

Now, this maybe a tempting offer but before you hand over those all important credit card numbers I would suggest that you read on.

Often these types of offer are best avoided, not only because they are often unproven, but also because they are usually grossly overpriced.

Read our review before you sign up.

We do not endorse trial offers. Click here to see which product we recommend as an alternative.

Claims made by AndroDNA

Using AndroDNA is claimed to help you achieve “mind-blowing results”. Other claimed benefits include:

  • Increase muscle mass
  • Cut recovery time
  • Explosive workouts
  • Better hormone production
  • Enhance sexual stamina
  • Gain strength fast
  • Reinvent your body

Of course these claims sound impressive. You must remember that they have been written to entice you into signing up for this offer.

To check that these claims are realistic I would recommend looking more closely at the product itself. In particular the ingredients that have been used.

Ingredients found in AndroDNA

Unfortunately there is zero ingredient information available on the AndroDNA website.

We would hope to see a label, or even a list of ingredients but neither are available to view.

This makes it impossible to see what actual benefits are on offer, and leaves me wondering if any benefit can be gained from its use. More worrying is the potential for dangerous ingredients being used that could lead to side effects being encountered.

Price of the AndroDNA offer

Unlike some products we have reviewed previously (those available for trial), AndroDNA is not too expensive.

The “Starter Bundle” is just £39.95, with the larger packages bringing the overall cost down to as low as £19.95 per bottle.

One thing we did not like is the use of auto-shipping for this product. If you sign up for the starter offer you will be sent further monthly packages at full price.

There maybe some that like this option, but in our experience auto-shipping tends to lead to customer complaints.

Is the AndroDNA offer a scam?

AndroDNA is not too expensive, however we cannot recommend it and that is for two reasons.

The first issue is the lack of ingredient information, which leaves us doubting the claimed benefits. Our second issue is the use of auto-shipping that in our experience may lead to complaints.

At the present time we would recommend looking for an alternative.

Contact details for AndroDNA

The contact information for AndroDNA is as follows:

Phone: 808-189-2015

You must use this information to cancel the offer and to avoid further charges.

If you have signed up to this offer then we would love to hear from you. You can leave your own review of this product using the comment form found below.

TestogenOur recommended alternative and #1 rated testosterone booster would be Testogen.

It is made from proven testosterone boosting ingredients that will provide you with the following user benefits:

  • Strength and muscle gains
  • Increased stamina
  • A reduction in fatigue
  • An increase in libido

Testogen is available for a similar price, but does not offer auto-shipping so you only need to order what you need, with no contracts involved.

Click Here to Read Our Full Review of Testogen >>

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  1. I have somehow signed up for this and have had £230 taken out of my bank account, in which after a load of emails and going to bank have now been refunded, now i have had 12 bottles of these delivered 6 bottles of tea to boost and 6 muscle boost what do i do with these now as I dont want as im 65 years of age

  2. Be careful with the offers as they told me I was expecting to pay £60 for 3 packets for 3 months and they would send me 3 more packs on top of this for buying the £60 worth. I then discovered that they had taken the full £120 out of my bank. I am now waiting if they do even send me the product.

  3. I’m with Clive on this, I thought I was signing up for another product altogether, in tablet form, and it wasn’t until I received email confirmation details shortly after, detailing all the products, which I thought I was skipping by on the online ordering form, that I then tried calling the number, which as you all know was incorrect. No email address on their website either. I tried calling my bank to stop payment, but they said I have to wait until I receive the goods and then return them, only then, if I don’t get refunded, will the bank step in! I’ve now emailed them on the address given on this site and await a reply! Doh!

    • If you are not getting much luck contacting them yourself then I would recommend speaking to your bank. They deal with these types of offer daily so should be able to help. 🙂

  4. Do NOT get involved with the free offer with this company. The product is grossly over priced and the ingredients are not as claimed. You will be ripped off and caught in a 6 time auto ship order which means your account will be auto debited 6 x $300 each month. If you call to get a refund and try to stop the auto-ship they will claim you agreed to the Terms and Conditions. They’ll try to offer you a discount to stay on auto-ship – I caution you do NOT take their offer. Cancel it immediately. If you are already caught in the deal report your credit card stolen and get your bank to chase for your funds as a fraudulent charge.
    The phone number listed above for AndroDNA customer service is no longer in service – try this one 888-866-6511. If no one answers – keep trying – eventually some one will answer.

  5. A 14 day free trial sounds good until you read the small print that the trial starts the day the order is processed. Now my free trial pills did not arrive for ten days and 4 days later I had the charge for a months supply charged to my credit supply because i had not cancelled with 4 days. How can you be on a 14 day free trial if you have not even Recieved the pills.
    The information was provided in Canada, address to reply to was a Canadian address and Canadian Broadcasting Corp seemingly approved the product as well as Canaddian hockey critic Don Sherry.
    One would assume the price was in Canacian dollars as it was not indicated it was not. Low and behold my credit card charge was in USA $ making my Canadain price $147.00 instead of $the listed price of $94.95. I cancelled right away but the person at “wht ever name they choose to use this one being INSEARCHFORBEST could not do anything about the dishonest wording or lack of informing the client that funds were in USA dollars and my order had been cancelled so he could do nothing about it now. He refused to let me talk to a supervisor and finally without resolving my issues hung up on me. I did cancel all future orders.

  6. Beware of Autoshipping charges as I was not aware. Credit card company can’t really help due to fine print. Customer service at androDNA not helpful at all. Scam. Yes.

  7. I was caught in this scam. Rushed to orders this as and should have read the fine print. They say free trial just pay shipping. Then I got billed $260 for 3 bottles that were sent. When I called they said it was a 14 day trial!
    When I confirmed my order was done on the 1st of December they said yes. Due to a postal strike ( yes I paid the shipping which went by regular post) I didn’t get the package for a week and a half. They then changed their story, they said you get 4 days for shipping then 10 days to trial it ! People be ware this is not a 14 day trial it is a 14 day repreave from paying $260 odd again this is not a free trial.
    I will be calling to reverse these as they have no signed authorization from me to debit my visa the full amount. Please do not try this out thinking you have any trial.

  8. This is a total Scam, I unfortunately ordered this product and before paying for it I looked for terms and conditions and found NONE. Then when paying for it another add popped up to order another product to help out with workouts which I did not want and I did not click to say yes but somehow I ended up with 2 products. I was angry at this but I thought it’s only another $9 so I didn’t pay too much attention. But then a few days later 2 charges appear on my credit card . One for the product I had ordered $145 Canadian and the other I didn’t even order for $148 Canadian. I was pissed off so called the 1888-866-6511 number and was told that when I ordered there were terms and condition ( which I did not find ) that stated that if I did not cancel the order within 14 days then they will charge me the full price ($145 and $148).

    First of all how are you supposed to know within a few days wether the product is working or not so you can decide if you want to keep ordering it or not.

    Second there were no terms and conditions when I ordered this product ( I looked for them everywhere on the add)

    I feel this is total fraud and I would appreciate if someone can let me know who I should contact to report this or if there is anything I can actually do about it or am I out of luck.


    Makhan Gill

    • Makhan, I had the exact same experience. I too feel as though we have been taken for a ride. Like you indicated, how can you possibly know, within the matter of a few days, whether the product is working. As well, when is day one of fourteen? When they ship it? How do they know when it was received. So frustrating.


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