Can Boltz Pro Phone Charger charge your phone from 0% to 100% in just 15 minutes? or is it another scam meant to rip you off? Read this review to find out!
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Boltz Pro Phone Charger- Is It Worth It?
One of the reasons why this device is the rave of the internet is because of the Innovative middle school teacher story ‘Kathy’ and the claim that this charger reverses phone aging and extend battery life.
However, when you dig beneath all the so called positive reviews online, you’d see that there are no genuine customer reviews of this product. The seemingly positive reviews were written by affiliate marketers who don’t care if the product actually works or not. What they are after, is their commission at the end of the day.
It is true that this website seems legit, however what you should be worried about is if this phone charger will actually charge your phone fast without having any damages?
What You Should Know About Boltz Pro Cell Phone Charger!
Though there are lots of positive reviews about this fast charging device, they are not telling you the exact truth about the product. Below are reasons why the Boltz Pro charger is not a good option-
The claim that this charger can charge your phone from 0% to 100% in just 15mins is totally false. First of all, on the website yourboltzpro.com the images of the charger carries the word ‘BoltzPro’ but from the videos used for advertising the charger is a Chinese product called QuickCharge US Adaptor.
Customers who bought the Boltz Pro Charger confirmed it doesn’t charge phone fast as it claims, and that it is in fact a Chinese product.
The image below shows the experience a customer had when he bought the Boltz Pro charger.
BolzPro is selling the charger for almost $22. The product itself is ‘QuickCharge’, when you check on Aliexpress it is been sold for as low as $4. Boltz Pro bought these chargers from the Chinese market, branded it ‘Boltz Pro’, did a ton of advertising with the Middle school story, and now want you to buy it for $22 whereas it can be gotten for far cheaper prices elsewhere.
The price difference is huge.
Fake Customer Reviews
The positive reviews online, both that of Youtube and Blogs, are all fake. This is because they were almost the same contents, copy and pasted with slight difference.
Also, We have seen this kinds of reviews and the exact device many times, and of a truth they are all the same. They don’t work. You can check this review here to see for yourself.
Does Boltz Pro Charger Really Work?
The answer to the question is complicated.
What you should know is this ”Yes some chargers are fast, but they create two problems. Number one, HEAT. Boltz Pro uses 3 amp, 3 amps are known to heat up and destroys batteries. Number two, kills the phone’s battery. The claim that Boltz Pro would reverses battery aging and damage is totally false.
Fast chargers DO NOT reverse battery aging. There is no way a charger that is hot from being charged with 3 amp would fix any internal problems in your phone.
There is absolutely no proof or guarantee. Just pure sales tactic to make you buy the product.
Is Boltz Pro A Scam?
From our findings, Boltz Pro phone charger is not a genuine product. Customers who bought this fast charger complained that it comes with NO instructions and doesn’t charge fast as claimed. Also, it doesn’t look anything like the information given by the supposed middle school teacher that says she invented it. The box has the inscription ‘Made in China’. There is no mention of ‘Boltz Pro’ anywhere.
Have you purchased Boltz Pro Charger? Is it worth the price? Please share your experience in the comment section!
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I received mine and as you claimed above, all of the following are true:
It comes with NO instructions
It doesn’t charge fast as claimed.
It doesn’t look anything like the information given by the supposed middle school teacher that says she invented it.
The box has the inscription ‘Made in China’.
There is no mention of ‘Boltz Pro’ anywhere.
I usually research things before I purchase, but for some reason I didn’t do so this time. Let’s see if I get my money back. Their website claims they offer a 30 day refund. I bet not.
Please let us know if you ever get that refund!
I feel like an idiot I did the same thing and paid almost 45$ I hope they get what they deserve, better make sure they don’t try taking money out of your account at random times!
I bought the device and it is a scam! I sent an email to their support address saying I was going to report them to BBB, PayPal and give a bad review. They sent and email within minutes telling me to send it back and get a refund. Moments later I received an email from PayPal of a refund from the company! They obviously don’t want anyone to rain on their parade of windfall profits from millions of unsuspecting customers!
Followed your lead got full refund! Thanks!
Thanks for you’re confirmation of what I suspected. I noticed a discrepancy in their charging times claim from what they said in the ad to what was printed in the ad. I saved myself time and money by reading reviews from people like yourself who took the time to review and post.
I am still seeing ads for this product even now. They have switched up there tactics however. They don’t just claim fast charging speeds but they are claiming that it reverses firmware updates that that render your phone obsolete in order to incentivize you to buy an upgrade. I do not know the accuracy of the “planned obsolescence” scheme but I am positive that this charger will not reverse it. Next they will say the charger is a zero-point energy device that will power your entire home by utilizing the Casimir Effect.
The device is a scam, the planned obsolescence scheme is not. Planned obsolescence is something that Microsoft started after their sales of Win7, and Win8, flagged and people were sticking with WinNT (because it worked better!). The practice modifies the current OS to only support software within a certain version window. This means the newest Photoshop is engineered to run on Win10 or 11, but not on older Windows. This isn’t because the older versions couldn’t, Microsoft requires specific coding in the software by other companies that makes their software incompatible with older versions in order to have access to Windows source code to make their software work on Windows. This insures that everyone using a Windows system is buying new software at least every 5 years. The same principle is being used by phone manufacturers.
I ran an 11 year old laptop, 4gb RAM, running Linux and ran World of Warcraft and Diablo 2 (both Windows versions) using WINE and had a playable experience superior to my desktop running Win10 with 8gb RAM. It’s not that the technology of the newer Windows can’t support old software, it’s intentionally engineered not to.
The ad I saw said an MIT student named Christina invented BoltzPro and this website said it started with a schoolteacher named Kathy. This truly makes me believe it’s a scam!!
I have seen 3 or 4 different “inventors ” of boltz pro. I almost fell for it!
The fictional story & main character in their latest (I’m assuming) bait on the hook is Lisa Fann. A former employee of Apple who discovered Apple’s nefarious plan to Downgrade Apple phones through Upgrades! There’s an “Establishing Shot” (Hollywood term) of Apple HQ & a silent, intermittent video of “Lisa Fann” blowing the whistle (lips moving, different locations & conveniently not a word heard from her mouth or even captions. “Lisa” could have been talking about her future escape from CCP or her classes at college!
My reply was to Christine. Ever changing stories. Very bad scripts.
Hour and a half to charge 50%. Scam
Just got mine today. At 20% charge I plugged it in and after 10% charge it took just under 7 minutes, then with factory charger after 10 minutes charge it took 6 1/2 minutes. Do the math.
Called seller and their response was wait till phone is at 0 % then try again!
Not a total rip off , cause it still charges for now. Should be more careful in the future.
This charger DOES NOT WORK..TAKES 2 HOURS TO CHARGE MY DEAD GALAXY S21.. GARBAGE
Product fell apart after 4 uses & gives off shocks! refused to replace or refund because I have had it 30 days!! RIP OFF!!!!! Refuse to help me.
Purchased a fast charger– no way — went back to old charger called asked for refund they said it would cost more to return it than I paid ?? then they said the refund would only be $18.00 what a rip off..
They asked me for details said they would get back to me.
This scam is redeemable. Contact your bank and let them know what happened and ask them to return your payment back to your bank account. All banks address fraud. If enough people request their payments back, it will send these scammers a clear message that they can’t defraud people and keep the money.
Newest ad claims it was invented by a team of disgruntled former Apple engineers. Looks exactly the samecas a “Quick Charge 3.0” I bought last year, which works no better or worse than chargers that came with my various devices. A no-buy, IMO.
I bought them and they s— just like you say.
I bought the Bolzpro charger a couple of months ago. When I hooked it up to my iPhone 11 6 and it didn’t charge my phone. I called the company and spoke to a sales rep there. Asked her why the charger would not perform as promised. She then told me that the Bolzpro would not charge an iPhone 11 6 1. I decided then and there to let the world know that I had been scammed.
Thank you for this information.
Has anyone successfully gotten their money back? I am thinking about returning mine but I don’t want to send it back and then not get the money back. Although it does not perform as stated it is usable just very overpriced. I would rather keep it than pay shipping to send it back for no refund.
Yes I received it from PayPal one day after I received the item and complained.
Me too. Got it, read not one thing good about it (I know, I know, backwards). Called the company, told them I “don’t think I got the correct item“. They said it is shipped from all over, I told them I paid a lot for them, and “I think I got a cheaper brand”. They said they would refund the whole amount. 5 minutes later, I got an email from PayPal (I don’t think they wanted to screw PayPal), one from the fake company saying that I was getting a refund, and an e-mail saying how to send them back!! Yea!!
Buyer beware. I charged my smart speaker and the tip of the charging cord MELTED into the charging port in the speaker. My brand new $180 speaker is now worthless as is the cord. DON’T buy this product. The claims being made that it charges fast and doesn’t overheat are false. I called and they offered to refund my money for the charger but were going to call me back in 24 hours about whether or not they would cover the cost of a new speaker. It’s been 48 hours and of course no call. I am not happy.
I bought one and I have t had any problems at all. It does charge my phone faster and the charge lasts longer. I don’t know what to tell you.
Your English is remarkable “China”
Definite scam. Slower than my old charger! I am disappointed that I did not do more research
My thanks to those who posted to let everyone know this thing is a rip off. The ad I saw was of a “former Apple employee named Lisa” who gathered other former Apple employees to form the company. These people have no shame.
Worst part is I looked up the name and only found a Psychologist, or psychiatrist
I ordered 1 unit for $22 and I got an invoice for 3 units
3x BoltzPro USBs (50% OFF) $76.99
I called them right away and he said he will cancel the order and refund the money. I’ll wait and see if that happens
Thank you for this! I just placed an order and then did research and found this. Usually I’m much more diligent about doing research BEFORE but for some reason I didn’t. So now im trying to cancel my order. I have three different order numbers and didn’t realize and sent them the order number thinking it was the only one. They confirmed a refund and then I realized I have 2 more, and they haven’t answered me since. Wish me luck please pray for me I get my money back. It was an $84 order because of the add ons. And I feel stupid I didn’t look into it further like I usually do. Won’t do that again I’ll tell you that much! Thankfully it’s on a credit card so I can dispute it and I have proof I tried to cancel it 2 minutes after placing it. The one they refunded me for was $20. So I still need to get the other two $60 orders refunded. Wish me luck! And thanks again for this! I’m glad I saw this and realized before getting the product and it being too late.
I bought one. Taught me to read reviews before purchasing.
Thank you for all of these warning posts.
Uh oh. Looks like we’re in for a go’round here because I didn’t check these scammers out, first!
Ordered three, without the accessories that quickly presented at check out time. I’ll need to call them and let them know of my reporting plans. My main concerns involve potential harm to the family devices, possibly a fire! Thanks to all for your transparency.
TOTAL RIP-OFF. DO NOT BUY. TAKES A LONG TIME TO CHARGE! Cheap Charger sold at ridiculous high price. Gets very hot when charging IPad.
I don’t know how Apple hasn’t sued these people into oblivion.
Charging at 3v might charge faster but generate heat that can damage a device, will definitely reduce the battery lifetime and could even be a fire hazard. I saw this ad and it’s just so obviously a hoax it got me upset that YouTube allow it to operate though them. On top of this they claim the charger will “override the operating system” to fix issues which of course is impossible.
Man Apple people are gullible. The part in the commercial about planned obsolescence is true. Apple does do that, but you can’t fix that with a charger. Hahaha
Ordered 4 BoltzPro chargers, even though I thought this cannot be true. I received the chargers quickly, but never opened them or used them. Reason: I did not trust this as it is too good to be true, and I never found any solid truth explaining how they really work. I am concerned there could be damaged caused to my iPhones and iPads.
After more research, including this site today, I promptly submited an email to BoltzPro support requesting how to return these unopened/unused BoltzPro chargers. I got a quick reply with an offer to refund me 75% of my purchase price without my needing to ship back these Boltz Pro chargers. I went ahead and agreed to this option as I do not want to go wait in a line at USPS or UPS. I quickly received my refund at PayPal from “Margin Holdings Limited” after agreeing to the option.
I received my package today and something did not look right. Nothing said Boltz Pro on it at all, no directions or anything. So I did some more searching and found this review. I followed what Jennifer said about BBB and PayPal and sent an email to their customer service. I wrote:
“ I received my items and it is nothing like you claim and it does not say BoltzPro on anything. I request a full refund or I am going to report BoltzPro to the BBB, YouTube, and PayPal and give a bad review.”
No joke I sent the email at 5:23pm and received an email from them at 5:27 stating they are giving me a full refund. At 5:39 I received an email from PayPal with full refund!
I still will file a complaint with all three. This is nothing but a scam!
Just got this product and it is terrible. Did not charge my phone in 15 minutes, actually how much of a scam it is my daughter was charging her phone with her regular charger her percentage was 58 percent and her phone charged in 20 30 minutes and her phone was 96 percent, the new one i got that is supposed to charge my phone in 15 mins, my phone was 86 percent and was on the same amount of time as my daughters and it only went to 96 percent. This product quick charge is a scam, and the company needs to be turned in for fraudulent selling of this product.
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