Report: #22723

Complaint Review: CP Nutritionals

  • Submitted: Fri, June 14, 2002
  • Updated: Sat, July 13, 2002
  • Reported By: Charlotte NC
  • CP Nutritionals

    Scottsdale, Arizona

CP Nutritionals Dirtbags and Maxim Magazine for Advertising such Crap Scottsdale Arizona

*Consumer Comment: This is Not For You (Just Like the Pearl Jam Song)

*Consumer Comment: Maxim not at fault

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

It is no secret that CP Nutritionals is a scam, there are obviously endless reports here that the whole setup was a sham.

What upsets me more is that MAXIM magazine allows such a scammer to advertise so easily with a "Lamborghini contest" without so much as checking into their credibility.

My wife purchased my subscription for MAXIM, as kind as she was, and me being the idiot that I was, thought that if MAXIM allowed such an advertisement , that their customers or subscribers surely would not be ripped off.

Just imagine the small percentage of MAXIM's male customer base and those that got exposed to CP (as I did) and Longitude solely from their ads. Now think how many people got ripped off, charged and charged time and again for fake product. I am not only pissed at CP Nutritionals, but also MAXIM for being directly responsible for thousands of people losing thousands of dollars. Subscription cancelled!!

Not a d**n thing I can do about any of it, so I moaning.
Moan Done!

Good luck and try a pump....


Charlotte, North Carolina
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#1 Consumer Comment

This is Not For You (Just Like the Pearl Jam Song)

AUTHOR: Sam - ()

Sorry buddy,
Longitude worked for me. I took only a 30 day supply and grew about an inch in thickness, and an inch in length. The ad even claims that not everyone will experience the same growth. I am considered an average to short guy at only 5 foot 7, but I always had a fat one below.

I just wanted more length to go with it. I was shocked and surprised that I grew evn more than the ad said. This is not an endorsement of the product, but rather a horror story.

I was fat and 5 1/2 inches hard (below of course). One month later I was about a full inch thicker (from able to just touch my fingers together around my junk, to about 1/4 inch from fingers to thumb) and about an inch longer. My complaint is that it was harder to get fully erect until about a week after I stopped. The second negative fact is that I got stationed here in the UK. English women are relly loose, and they love American men. Every woman that I have been with in the last 4 months has had to fit me in with a shoe horn.

I am not getting the quality relationships that I desire because I am causing pain with the very thing which should be causing pleasure. I wanted to be built like a porn star, but I now realize that women just want someone who just fits. It worked for me but I dont think i wanted the results that I got. I was not any bigger soft, but hard I became a monster. I am sorry taht it didn't work for you. But, just like the Pearl Jam song on the Vitalogy album, This Is Not For You".
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#2 Consumer Comment

Maxim not at fault

AUTHOR: Brandon - ()

True, they may advertise it. But keep in mind that they probably didn't quite know what they were advertising (ie, a total scam). Much the same way CP Nutritional's "customers" were scammed. they just didn't know. Or were too stupid enough to fall into that trap.

Maxim is not to blame, and I can assure you they're not the only ones who advertise it. Ever pick up a copy of FHM? I've seen that same 3-page spread in FHM for quite some time.

Also keep in mind that a 3-page spread in a mass produced magazine (like Maxim and FHM) costs a pretty penny, and in the end, whether the product is a scam or not, all the magazine company cares about is the money they get for printing that ad. Whether or not its readers actually reply to the ad is completely up to the reader, and the magazine simply should not take responsibility for the mistake of the readers who do reply.

If you, in particular, ordered the product because you saw an ad in Maxim, you have only yourself to blame for that mistake. Not the magazine.
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