Addieup-reviewAddieUP Review

Overall Percentage: 45%

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Retail Price: $59.95

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The reason we’re actually reviewing AddieUp is because we’ve been asked to review it so much by many of our readers. Every now and again, we’re receiving the odd “I’ve been seeing AddieUp everywhere, can you review it?” from our many readers, so we shall indulge it this time. To be completely honest, we’ve been noticing this as well, especially when we’ve been on the web searching for nootropics. They’re EVERYWHERE. So as much as we wanted to indulge you, our readers, we have to apologize that it took this long before we were able to pick up that horrid, horrid product.


Full Ingredient List:
Proprietary Blend821mg
4-Amino-2-Methylpentane Citrate, Guarana,
Caffeine Anhydrous, Yerbe Mate, Beta Phenylethylamine,
Higenamine HCL, Methyl-Synephrine HCL,
Choline Bitartrate, Ginkgo Biloba, Huperzine


Dirty Marketing, Maybe? The AddieUp Approach

If you aren’t aware of it yet, AddieUp has a certain approach in their marketing, especially when trying to get their message as far out as possible. It’s a very peculiar technique, and while we did really bash on Excelerol a while ago on its deceptive techniques, AddieUp might just be as worse, if not more worse, than Excelerol.

What we have called “The AddieUp Approach” involves basically doing whatever means necessary to get your product out there. It involves getting to the top by constantly giving away discount codes that there are literally thousands across the web, going onto your competitors’ websites and their online outlets to constantly spam on their message boards, as well as alienating customers from competitor businesses.

AddieUp has been so poorly received that in fact, we’ve even received a few emails from AddieUp’s competitors about how AddieUp have been even spamming any and all of their customers’ Instagram pictures with “TRY ADDIEUP NOW FOR FREE”, “25% OFF OF ADDIEUP. BUY NOW!”, and several other iterations – which in our opinion, can really take away from the overall user experience.

Like a mosquito in the room that you just can’t squish, AddieUp is literally buzzing around annoying everyone.


But What of Ingredients?

Well, after all of that, one might ask the question, “But does it really work?” After all, that’s the most important piece of information, isn’t it? Well, we’re not going to lie, after reading all the many customer reviews available on the internet, and a look at what they had to put in their label, we didn’t even want to touch it. It really did seem as if AddieUp wasn’t a company that cared.

If they had put as much time and research that was put onto the making of their ingredients, as there was on their marketing, they might have created a better formula. However, it seemed as if they’ve just copied and pasted several different ingredients and their weights from the many competitors they have out there. The result was AddieUp.

AddieUp, or the people behind it, seem to just lack in passion. While clearly, they have put someone to work on their label, we can remember a time where AddieUp was simply a small line of text on a white generic bottle.

When you look at Alpha Brain, Lucidal, and NITROvit, though, you’ll see the companies that actually poured their heart and soul, and more importantly, dedicated time and research into a product.

You’ll see on their sites extremely detailed information to the point that even the dumbest person can leave their website more knowledgeable than they were 10 minutes ago.

While we ourselves have note tested AddieUp, in place of our review, we have covered on quite a few customer reviews that we found on the internet that could very well encompass what the gist of what most customers experienced.


The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

The Good, Jennifer from Seattle said:

“I liked addieup, for me, it was really good – to an extent. I noticed some certain quirks, though. I gave my son some, but it seemed that just a few managed to make him run around all day like an idiot. For myself, addieup was a lot like 4 cups of coffee a day. I experienced a slight increase in mood, and for the price – a couple of dollars a day – it was expensive, but not too bad, especially if that meant going from zero to hero daily chores done. Three kids is a nightmare, especially if 1 is ADD

The Bad, octokid73 said:

“What a waste of money. Before taking AddieUp, I didn’t feel like a complete mug by their marketing department. Having done a little search for ADD solutions, it seemed as if Google’s lack of web neutrality had caused AddieUp showing up on adspace on almost every website I visited. So out of curiosity, I fell for it. Worst decision ever. I felt really bad on it. It gave me a slight boost in focus, but nothing that a large Dr. Pepper could do. At least for Dr. Pepper, I didn’t get any headaches – not something I can confidently say about AddieUp.”

The Ugly, Anonymous ( user):

“Oh no, sleepless in Seattle! I’ve been dealing with addieup on a daily basis for 7 months, However, it’s not that I’ve been taking their product regularly for the last 7 months, but it’s just that I’ve been trying to stop them from taking payments off my credit card, to no success. I tried one bottle initially, gave a second one a try, but after that, I just wanted to stop. However, that wasn’t so easy, as even until now, I have to jump through so many hoops, and someone from management just isn’t allowing me to cancel my subscription. I can’t say too much, as you’ll appreciate my legal team, but stay clear. AND STOP TAKING MY F****** PAYMENTS!



You pay your money, you take your chances. With so many other products available there doesn’t seem to be much reason to invest in this product. 75%

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