RopaxinT Review – Is Ropaxin T A Total Scam?

Nick Smith
Last updated: Nov 29, 2018
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RopaxinT Review – Is Ropaxin T A Total Scam?

2018-11-29T07:31:25+00:00 October 3rd, 2018|

You’re doing everything right. You’re eating clean, sleeping well and lifting heavy but you’re still not seeing results.

Could a testosterone booster like RopaxinT be just the thing you need?

RopaxinT is one of many testosterone boosters available for sale online but unlike many others it’s hard to find information on the exact ingredients and dosages found in each capsule.

The makers of this product claim it will “boost muscle size in every way” and “help reinvent your body.”

Often supplements that make the boldest claims have the least amount of research to back them.

At first glance this appears to be what’s happening with Ropaxin T.

Is it worth buying?

Let’s find out:

Avoid RopaxinT. They use the scammy free trial model that is notoriously hard to cancel. After you subscribe they will rebill you £69.99 every 14 days unless you call and cancel.

The product doesn’t work either. They don’t give you any information on the ingredients dosage and the positive reviews appear to be fake.

What is Ropaxin T?

The company’s website claims Ropaxin T can

  • Increase testosterone
  • Increase sex drive
  • Boost muscle growth
  • Maximize size in every way

Even though they make strong claims, it isn’t clear on the company’s website how this supplement achieves these things.

The lack of transparency on their part gives the impression that their product could be a scam.

The seller’s website offers a “trial bottle” which sounds like a free trial offer.

However, if you read the fine print you’ll quickly realize that you actually have to pay for the shipping (£5.99).

You also need to pay for the full price of the product (£69.99) after 14 days unless you cancel your subscription via email or phone.

Your credit card will be auto-billed to keep paying for this product every 14 days until you cancel.

£69.99 every 14 days?!

Below is a screenshot of their terms and conditions.

At the time of writing this supplement’s UK Amazon page had zero reviews.

A lack of genuine reviews from customers on Amazon or other reputable websites is another bad sign.

RopaxinT Ingredients

Possibly the most significant problem about this supplement is that there is no ingredient list.

The picture of the bottle on the company’s website shows that it includes horny goat weed and tribulus terrestris extract.

However, it’s unclear of how much of each of these herbs is in one capsule.

Tribulus Extract

Research on animals shows that this supplement can potentially increase testosterone but there’s no evidence that currently backs the theory that it can increase testosterone in healthy males (1).

Even if there was evidence to support its usage we need to know the dosage to know the potential benefits and side effects of the product.

Horny Goat Weed

Horny goat weed was allegedly discovered when a Chinese herder noticed that sheep that ate this herb had a stronger sex drive.

Research backs that its active component, icariin, seems to have testosterone boosting benefits for rats.

However, the research on humans is limited.

There’s no evidence to suggest that it has muscle building benefits or any other benefits for that matter.

The Pros and Cons Of Ropaxin T

The Pros and Cons:

  • Ropxin T may offer a very minor effect at improving testosterone levels (not research-backed).

  • There is no evidence to suggest either of the known ingredients speed up muscle growth or are effective at boosting testosterone.

  • There’s no mention of ingredients or dosages.

  • The seller’s website suggests they offer a 14-day trial but buries the actual payment details in the fine print. The free trial offer with automatic rebilling if you don’t call and cancel is a total scam!

  • Ropaxin is more expensive than most testosterone boosting supplements at almost £140 per month!

Ropaxin T Reviews From Other Users

Finding product reviews from legitimate users for this product is difficult.

There seem to be a lot of fake reviews from either the makers or people trying to sell it.

The Ropaxin T’s Amazon page is empty of any feedback or ratings.

There also aren’t any other refutable reviews on websites like

Faqs About Ropaxin T

Where can you buy Ropaxin T and how much does it cost?

You can buy Ropaxin T from the company’s website. It costs £69.99 for a two-week supply that will automatically be charged to your credit card 14 days after purchase.

What’s in it?

There are no ingredients listed on the website besides an ambiguous amount of horny goat weed and tribularis extract.

If it’s not for me, can I get my money back?

The company’s website will automatically charge your credit card 14 days after purchase. If you don’t cancel your subscription, you will continue to get charged.

There’s doesn’t appear to be a money back guarantee.

RopaxinT Final Verdict

Overall, the lack of ingredients, scammy trial, and lack of reviews makes it pretty clear that this product is not worth your money.

Even the two ingredients listed on the bottle don’t have research to back the claims the makers have on their site for this product.

You should always be careful subscribing to websites that automatically charge your credit card because automatic renewals can be notoriously hard to cancel.

It’s also a bad idea to take a supplement when you don’t know the ingredients.

Even some herbs can have negative effects on your body if taken in excessive amounts.

Don’t let the superfluous claims about this supplement fool you.

There’s next to no benefit of taking RopaxinT and it will only burn a hole in your pocket.

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    John October 25, 2018 at 10:32 am - Reply

    Yes, this product is a total scam. In summary, there is no clinical evidence that any of the ingredients work. The company has no physical address (that I could find). They claim it is manufactured in the UK but there is no company name on the label and no manufacturer’s license number.

    • Nick Smith
      Nick Smith November 2, 2018 at 4:51 pm - Reply

      Yep, definitely one to avoid.

    • Nick Smith
      Nick Smith November 29, 2018 at 7:33 am - Reply

      Terrible isn’t it how they have the front to rip people off like this.

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    WAYNE PHILLIPS November 8, 2018 at 5:48 pm - Reply

    Anybody know how I can get my money back they bn takein 70 quid a month which i didnt know about

    • Nick Smith
      Nick Smith November 29, 2018 at 7:33 am - Reply

      Hi Wayne, contact your bank and let them know. There’s probably many complaints against this company so hopefully your bank will understand and give you the money back.

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    Vitor Machado November 14, 2018 at 11:10 pm - Reply

    Yes this company have to prove wat is selling…

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    Malcolm November 24, 2018 at 7:18 pm - Reply

    Just nearly being caught out ordered Roped in thinking the was a one off payment of £5 95 only to see another £29 95 added to the originall Bill don’t trust them

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      Steve December 11, 2018 at 3:48 pm - Reply

      This is a comokete scam.
      I cancelled my order after paying for my FREE TRIAL.
      Unfortunatly the comoany has taken £70 out of my account and sent me more product without my concent.
      Ive tried to phone the number on the orded sheet but the number is not recognised.
      So no more please and for anyone els dont bother it is a total scam.

      • Nick Smith
        Nick Smith December 12, 2018 at 8:38 am - Reply

        Hey Steve, that sucks! Make sure you contact your bank and explain what happened.

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    Mark robert November 26, 2018 at 10:57 am - Reply

    Total scam run a mile

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    Timothy Stinson November 29, 2018 at 12:09 am - Reply

    After finding out it basically did nothing. They kept charging me, my free bottle ended up costing me somewhere in the neighborhood of $269.00 bucks. After calling the phone number on my bank statement, l was able to talk to someone. They actually sent me emails saying that they cancelled my account and sent back the money they took out of my account. Only to find out they scammed me again and took more out. My Bank ended up having to put a claim against them to get my money back. Definitely would not involve yourself with this company. Total Scam

    • Nick Smith
      Nick Smith November 29, 2018 at 7:32 am - Reply

      Hey Tim. that’s disgusting. Just criminal. Glad you got your money back though.

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    Keith Ebdon December 5, 2018 at 9:32 pm - Reply

    Surprised Amazon are apparently happy to be involved in what appears to be an elaborate scam.
    Note they are very quick to deny any responsibility but they just like the income.
    Don’t let male pride entrap you!

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    Thomas boyd December 7, 2018 at 10:04 am - Reply

    Does any one have the phone number or e mail address

    • Nick Smith
      Nick Smith December 7, 2018 at 11:07 am - Reply

      Hey Tom, did they get you too? Try 330-808-7537 or

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      Steve December 11, 2018 at 3:47 pm - Reply

      This is a comokete scam.
      I cancelled my order after paying for my FREE TRIAL.
      Unfortunatly the comoany has taken £70 out of my account and sent me more product without my concent.
      Ive tried to phone the number on the orded sheet but the number is not recognised.
      So no more please and for anyone els dont bother it is a total scam.

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