Eyesightmax.net is an online supplement vendor. EyeSight Max is a natural supplement that supports eye health, according to the website. The vendor claims more than 92,000 individuals were “successfully tested” while taking EyeSight Max.
The vendor is BuyGoods INC. A business search via the Delaware Department of State: Division of Corporations validates BuyGoods as a domestic corporation. BuyGoods registered with the State of Delaware on June 20, 2017.
BuyGoods claims to be located at 1201 N Orange St, Suite 7223, Wilmington, DE 19801. A Google search connects the address to BuyGoods.
BuyGoods is not accredited by BBB. The BuyGoods BBB registration validates the aforementioned address. BuyGoods has a BBB customer rating of 3.28 stars out of 5, with 29 complaints in the last year. The customer complaints are regarding ineffectiveness, Robo emails, billing issues, and poor quality.
BuyGoods has another BBB registration at 800 W Main St., Ste 1460, Boise, ID 83702.
EyeSight Max Formula
EyeSight Max contains quercetin, lutein, and bilberry.
BuyGoods is also the manufacturer of Silencil, a tinnitus supplement.
Ripoff Report Complaint – Massive Male Plus
The Ripoff Report complaint claims BuyGoods does not back up its 60-day customer guarantee. On August 11, 2020, Michael filed a Ripoff Report against BuyGoods, claiming Massive Male Plus was a “fake product.” After threatening BuyGoods with an FTC complaint, Michael was issued a full refund.
Afterword – EyeSight Max Scam
Is EyeSight Max a scam? Let’s start off by saying BuyGoods is a registered Delaware domestic corporation. BBB and Ripoff Report customer complaints claim BuyGoods supplements are ineffective. There is no evidence to back up these claims, but with so many customers making the same claim, it is questionable.
There is no evidence of third-party testing, which is crucial in the supplement world. It is unfortunate that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not regulate the production or sale of supplements. This leaves a lot of wiggle room for scams, not saying EyeSight Max is a scam, but the lack of FDA oversight leaves American consumers vulnerable when shopping for supplements.
There is not enough information about the EyeSight Max formula. The website only mentions three natural ingredients. Since there is no evidence of third-party testing, there is no way for consumers to validate the ingredient claims.
Do your research before investing in BuyGoods supplements. And, remember, a business registration is not always enough to protect your investment. There are just way too many unofficial supplement vendors on the World Wide Web, many of which are not trustworthy.