Should you sign up for the EnduraFlex trial offer? Review Inside


EnduraFlex is a performance enhancer that you can try that makes a number of impressive claims.

The first question you should ask before you sign up should be whether this product works as claimed? This is where the following review comes in.

We will look more closely at this product and its ingredients to see what actual benefits are on offer. Please continue reading before you go handing over your credit card information.

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

Claims made by EnduraFlex

Using EnduraFlex is claimed to offer the following user benefits:

  • Increase muscle mass
  • Cut recovery time
  • Explosive workouts
  • Better hormone production

To check that these claims are accurate we will need to look more closely at the ingredients used. You should never try a product without knowing what it contains. It may potentially contain ingredients that could cause side effects to occur.

Ingredients used by EnduraFlex

While its claims are impressive, the lack of any ingredient information is less so.

There is neither a product label nor any mention of any of its ingredients.

This makes it impossible to verify the claimed benefits. For all we know this product could be completely ineffective, or worse still could be dangerous to use.

Price of the EnduraFlex trial offer

This product is available for trial, but EnduraFlex is not a free trial.

When you first sign up for this offer you must pay a shipping fee of $4.95, which allows you 18 days to try this product.

Once the trial period has ended you will be charged again, this time $89.41. In addition to this, you will be automatically added to an auto-ship program.

Auto-shipping means that further monthly packages will be sent to you at full price.

Is EnduraFlex a scam?

There is little to recommend about this offer.

While its claims are impressive, its ingredients (or lack of) are less impressive.

The cost of this trial is also excessive when compared with similar products, with the auto-shipping likely to lead to customer complaints.

Our recommendation would be to avoid this offer entirely. You may think that you are getting a good deal signing up for a trial, but in truth, you would be better looking elsewhere for your supplement needs.

Contact details for EnduraFlex

The contact details for EnduraFlex are as follows:

Phone: (866) 200-9816 or +36-16900146

Please leave your own review for us below if you have tried this product yourself. We would love to hear what you thought about this offer.

D-BalOur recommended alternative would be a product called D-Bal, which you can buy online from Crazy Bulk.

This supplement contains ingredients shown to mimic the effect of the banned anabolic steroid Dianabol, but with none of the associated side effects.

The benefits of using D-Bal include:

  • Increased muscle and strength gains
  • Better nitrogen retention
  • An improvement to your protein synthesis
  • Improved blood flow
  • Better oxygen retention

D-Bal is not available for trial, so you will not encounter any hidden charges or auto-shipments.

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Hi, my name is Jonathan, a fitness blogger and bodybuilding enthusiast and I am the founder of Skinny2Fit. I want to provide you with easy access to good advice that is both simple and to the point. Helping you gain muscle mass and strength!


  1. This company offers a free 14 day trial but sends you 30 days worth of pills. If you don’t phone and cancel within the 14 days they will auto ship you more at a higher price. You also have to pay to ship the remaining pills back, the cost of shipping is more than the free trial cost. Very shady way to do business if you ask me. I called Customer support to complain and all I got is Im sorry you feel that way and this company will not pay for me to ship it back to them.

  2. These guys should be banned and thrown in jail! Don’t ever get enduraflex …THEY WANT YOUR CREDIT CARD NUMBER TO STEAL YOUR MONEY!!!! most companies get a signature for delivery, not these crooks, they claim they sent and without informing me billed my cc for $121.79 for something I never got! and the arsehole I spoke to on their 1-800 number won’t give me a refund cause he repeated himself literally 20 times that I have to return the product I never got???!!!! my worst experience ever! I want to get these guys so bad, contacting some media and law enforcement to see what can be done about theses scam artists
    There are laws on the books that, at least in theory, should protect Canadians from subscription traps.
    Sections 74.01 and 52 of the Competition Act outlaw misleading advertising, which can include deceptive marketing as well as “recurring charges” in the terms and conditions.
    In this case, it’s misleading for consumers to see the word “free” everywhere and then discover there are hidden charges — the overall impression is the offer is for a free trial.
    In these kinds of subscription traps, both the merchant and the affiliate marketer can be held responsible; the merchant for hiding the charges and the affiliate marketer for creating misleading advertising.

  3. This product is garbage its does nothing as its claim except give me stomachache and diarrhea and stole my money. i call in after 14 day trial and they took 89$ usd which no where in their ads say so. biggest scam ever. if the product actually have some beniffit would not be so bad but nothing

  4. Shady company, and total scam. Company steals your money, and the product does nothing.
    The 14 Day trial is bogus. The clock starts the second you place your order. But you won’t get the product for at least a week, and you better call a few days before that 14 day period is up or you’ll already be bill for the next auto shipment. So all you really get is 1 or 2 days to try the product and then your paying $$$.
    There are just so many sneaky tricks they pulled…
    You can’t cancel too early either because then your on the hook to ship the remaining product back.
    In the order process, you’ll be tricked into ordering other shady ‘free trial’ products like “Maxforte”
    It’s real simple.. Don’t ever get Enduraflex or Maxforte

  5. OMG. I wish id read this before i purchased the product. Just got off the phone with them. For starters, THIS IS ABSOLUTELY A SCAM. Ordered free trial of Enduraflex performance. While ordering, it starts shooting up windows for their other product, Max forte. it gave me at least 3 or 4 windows asking over and over again if i wanted to add Max forte to the order as well. i said no to each one. i completed order, then about an hour later got a call from Enduraflex under the guise of confirming my address for the order. After i did, guy asks me if i want to add Max forte to the order. i said no again, and didn’t want to accept that. He just kept saying, dont u want to get big? Dont u want to get more testosterone. I confirmed again i didnt want it and had to tell the guy i was in the dr’s office with the dr just to get him off the phone. Order arrives a few days later. i open it and find my 14 day trial (even though they send u 60 pills) of Enduraflex as well as my 14 day trial of Max forte……seriously. I called them right away to tell them they made a mistake. Im not going to get into the serious level of avoidance and scammage i dealt with by the operator. Suffice it to say, they insisted i ordered the max forte, blah, blah, blah. At this point, i realized that i was in the middle of a scam and just wanted to get out of it. I didn’t care that id get stuck with the shipping charges for both products and shipping charges for both products to send them back. I just wanted out from these scammers. As the agent was supposedly cancelling my order, i asked her how i could lodge a complaint or contact Enduraflex directly. She informed me that they were the ‘official third party operators for Enduraflex and i could leave a complaint with her. Since she’s obviously in on it, i asked her for the email address for Enduraflex. At this point she asked to put me on hold, left me for a few minutes, then came back on the phone and said she could take two dollars off each shipping charge. I thanked her and again asked for the email address. She again put me on hold and when she came back- she said not only would they refund the two dollars each, but i could keep the whole bottle of each and not be charged or have to return them! They were that desperate not to give me the email address….anyway, she claimed to have cancelled any of the ‘AUTO RENEW BILLING” and supposedly im off the hook with them except for $2.95 each bottle shipping. I haven’t tried the product yet, but since i now have two “free” bottles i might as well. i will post results of the pills after 30 days of trying. Anyone had similar experiences feel free to contact me

    • I agree 100 %

      I went to thier website again and could not find any of the so called terms and conditions of the free offer.

      I have no idea if the product is any good. They would not provide the list of ingredients.

  6. I am very disappointed Tom Selleck and Dr Phil are promoting this product. Whether they are aware of the slick way of selling it or whether it actually works I have no idea. But I know I ordered Enduraflex and they billed me for that and another product I had not ordered. I phoned them and they expressed surprise that I was not happy and even inferred that I was one of the few calls of complaint. I plan to call my credit card company and get the second charge reversed as I did not order it. I guess I am stuck with the cost of returning the product. Fool me once! I run a support group for prostate cancer survivors and planned to have them try it out. I guess they are stuck with Viagra.

  7. I very much doubt some of the people they claim are actually endorsing this product.

    This product is available for trial, but EnduraFlex is not a free trial no matter what they tell you.

    When you first sign up for this offer you must pay a shipping fee of $4.95, which allows you a number days to try this product. They send you a month worth of pills and say in a short letter when you get the product that only 14 days of the pills are free, the other will cost you.What, where the hell was that written when I signed up for the free offer.

    Once the trial period has ended which is 14 days you will be charged again, this time $89.41. In addition to this you will be automatically added to an auto-ship program.

    Auto-shipping means that further monthly packages will be sent to you at full price. The only way around this is to return the unused product. It cost me over $20 to return the product to Toronto. I never used it.

    It took me a week of calling to get through. They also sent me another so called free product that I had to return

    I checked with the RCMP and this type of product marketing is illegal in Canada. Stay away from this dirty scam.

    From pissed off in Vancouver

  8. Scam!!! Stuff doesn’t even work… still weigh the exact same amount as when I started…

    And it’s not a free or $4.95… costs way more

  9. SCAMM. I never received any paperwork for my “free” 14 day trial. After the 14 day period there was an automatic bank deposit for $120. Canadian.
    Yesterday, another $119 CDN. auto deduction.
    Same deal. Just got off the phone with “Anthony” to cancel. His response…. “I’m sorry you feel this way. It was clearly stated in the paperwork that was shipped with your free trial order”.

    What a joke.


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