Is Xcharge Pro a Scam Ultra-Fast Charger?

Is Xcharge Pro a Scam Ultra-Fast Charger?

QuickChargePro is a scam. The so-called Ultra-Fast charger which claims to fast or quick charge any device is just a generic charger that you can buy on Amazon, eBay and other e-commerce platforms for less than $20. I have bought the Xcharge Pro and it does not fast charge by Samsung Galaxy S21.

The Xcharge Pro

The Xcharge Pro - Quickcharge

Northstar Media Inc.

30 N Gould St. Ste. R

Sheridan, WY 82801



Please do not waste your money buying Xcharge Pro, it is just a generic charger disguised as an Ultra-Fast charger. Over the past few years, I have seen a few of these fake fast chargers. The chargers are all the same, all the scammers did was change the name of the product.

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Is Xcharge Pro a Scam Ultra-Fast Charger?