Saturday, 12 January 2013

Lean Muscle X scam


Yet another scam on the market, identical in modus operandi to those I have previously written about. If you read the terms and conditions it’s obvious that you will be taken for considerable sums of money.

What amazes me about these scams is that what they offer is so ludicrously implausible that it must be obvious to any normal person that the scammers are just insulting your intelligence. Previous products highlighted promised levels of weight loss only achievable by amputation but these latest products, “Lean Muscle X” and “PureCleanse” have a new claim, that they will “flush out the toxins in your body, melt away body fat and pack on tons of muscle”. In short that the product will give you a body like this.


And all from the comfort of your chair, without exercise, work or lifestyle changes. And all for just £69 per month that they will take from your credit card once you have placed your “free trial” order.

The ad slogan is “Get ripped in four weeks.” I think it should read “Get ripped off in four weeks”

225 comments:

  1. brilliant article. I was on the verge of buying it till I thought I will do some internet research on this drug but now I know not to proceed with my purchase as this site is not the only one in giving a negative advise

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    1. Yeah, I decided to research it too. The thing that got me is that the rock apparently used it but I couldn't find an endorsement. Also, the feedback is all positive. All the posters have profile pictures. Who adds a picture just to leave feedback? There was no negative feedback either. More alarming is 'free trial' which means subscription incoming. If a product is so hood, you wouldn't need a subscription, you could just buy it as and when you need to. Thanks, nearly got ripped - off.

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    2. its not a free trial, when you ring them to cancel they will not let you, however these tablets do make you loose weight because you wont be able to afford buy food, dont fall for the scam brothers, regards

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    3. To be fair this is a scam to get subscriptions but as mentioned below it can be cancelled or if that fails report your card lost and problem solved...

      I have got the trial and after 1 day I can feel the difference in energy levels and although I didn't require it I have been like a dog in heat all day! Haha. I won't be using this product after the trial as it is so expensive but watch out for a few days and I will report further results.

      Despite the price though so far so good!

      Djh

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    4. What is also terrinle is (brian) from mens health says it had worked perfectly for him it even shows a before and after 4 weeks photo its obious he stopped training for a while to pose for the before photo then went back to his normal training regime,Mens health are complicent at the very least in this scam or worse are indorsing products for getting a back hander from these companies. If this is proved a scam someone should hold them accountable aswell as the company

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    5. It's not a Mens Health webpage you saw... It's a fake site. If you look closer at the logo you will notice that is it NOT a legit Mens Health website page. Look at the address bar and see an address something like this "http://menshealth.com-7.co/new/uk/index.html#" Notice the .com-7.co. This is not normal. The page does NOT link to any other Mens Health pages either and is there for one reason... to scam people into thinking this is a reliable source. i went to the real MH site and they have NOTHING on Lean Muscle X at all. Unfortunately it gives Mens Health a bad name because people don't look closely enough at the site they are reading.

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    6. RIP OFF DO NOT TAKE THE FREE TRIAL OR BUY.I NEVER RECEIVED THE TEST FORCE XTREME EVEN AFTER 2 PHONE CALLS EVERY WEEK FOR FOUR WEEKS ONE EXCUSE AFTER ANOTHER..ONLY RECEIVED LEAN MUSCLE X DOES NOT WORK..DEFINETLY A SCAM.

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  2. I recently purchased the free trial of Lean muscle x. What the hell, The weights that i was pulling, I just couldn,t do it, It felt like i was loosing stregnth, My diet always consists of natural eating keeping in mind my nutrition. When i took the drug, I was shaking drastically. It felt like i was nervous about something. MY ADVICE. "STAY AWAY". I'm chucking the krapp in to the garbage can.

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  3. Kung-fu..... don't forget that you need to cancel your auto-subscription. Just my requesting the free trial then you have signed-up. It's called the negative option billing

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  4. Kung-fu.... (me again from above) here's the scam. You think you are signing up for a free trial - but note that in the order process you have to supply card details. Why? cos here's the small print:

    Try Power Precision absolutely free, just pay a small shipping and handling fee. Your credit card will be charged shipping & handling for a 1 Month Supply of Power Precision. You will have 14 days from your original order date to decide if Power Precision is right for you. If you are enjoying Power Precision do nothing and at the end of your 14 day trial period you will be charged the low rate of only £69.95 for the bottle you received. Approximately 30 days from your original purchase date and every 30 days thereafter you will be sent another 1 month supply of Power Precision and your credit card on file will be billed for £69.95 plus shipping and handling. Charges will appear on your credit card as "Vimax.com "

    The £69.95 limit is important. It's a figure just below an American level whereby it would be construed in an American court as "minor". Above 70 and it is considered "major" with heavier penalities. Also if it is shipped from USA then you will also be requested to pay approx £18 UK import tax.

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    1. Yo lo he comprado.... y me gustaria ver como va. Se perfectamente q nada ace milagros sin sacrificio, pero si quiero saber como reacciona al somerterse a estos productos.
      Espero contestacion gracias.

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    2. Does the free trial offer tell you the company name thier trading under

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  5. Me again.... note above where it says: "You will have 14 days from your original order date to decide if Power Precision is right for you."

    You have 14 days from order date to cancel - not 14 days from when you receive it. They delay sending it so you might get it a few days after the 14 days have expired. You've had no opportunity to check it out and they've now taken £69.95 off your account; and if you don't realise this (many don't) then you'll get stung for another £69.95 - and UK import tax!

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    1. Is it possible to have details of how to cancel please?
      Thanks for any help
      V Graux

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    2. I need to cancel my order please someone help me :(

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    3. JUST REPORT YOUR CREDIT CARD LOST THE NEW ONE WILL HAVE DIFFERENT SECURITY NUMBERS SO NO ONE WILL BE ABLE TO DEBIT IT WITHOUT NEW AUTHORISATION

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    4. I got ripped of by these scammers as well. Just a little advice on cancelling your subscription:

      1. Call them on 08081890369 (for UK) and tell them that you want to cancel

      2. Call the Visa Debit Dispute Center on 08486009180, tell them what happened and the date when you canelled. They will start monitoring all transactions from the date of your cancellation and if the will take futher payments from your account VISA will refund you within 1 woking day.

      Hope this helps,

      H

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    5. My bank told me it's not sufficient to replace your Visa Debit card as the system automatically links to the new number. You have to cancel by phone. I've just done that and received a confirmation email. If they take any more out, I have to tell the bank and they say they'll refund. As it is, I just feel so stupid for ever getting caught up in this (around £170 for the two "free samples" because I didn't cancel in time)! Don't know yet how much the call cost.

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    6. U have obviously never reported your card lost or stolen. It does not automatically link. It can't. It's a different # w.diff.security code. If u r charged for anything without authorization you fill a report,give to a banker who knows what they are doing and give instructions banning the name or names of any company from charging your account. Welcome to the world of being in charge,telling people what to do,and getting what u want. Your welcome.

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  6. I read the article and small print, i was tempted but just out of interest i wrang the number in the small print as displayed
    18774927243 ,came up as unrecognised.

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  7. The number I was given was 0808 1890973 I phoned today buy the office was closed for the weekend so fingers crossed I can cancel via the number :/

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  8. I stupidly fell for this to. However i did pick up on this scam before the 14 days. I called them up and made it clear that i did not want the product or the subscription and that i did not want to be charged any more money other than the £2 postage fee. They have said that i will not be charged anymore money. However i am still concerned they are lieing and that i will. did anyone manage to successfully cancel before the 14 days and not get charged anymore money? regards.

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    1. Yeah I cancelled no problem. Ive posted below

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    2. after i cancelled they still took 2 instalments of £70 which i later got back through threats over e-mail

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    3. I got stung also, credit card company called to ask if I wanted the payment to go through and said no, they blocked the charge. however, I checked my last credit card statement and discovered that I had already been charged for the first installment, I called them up and gave them shit, told them to stick there £89 for 10 pills where the sun don't and to refund me my money, in the end I settled for 50% refund, a hard pill to swallow but lesson learned.

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    4. How did u cancel this product after using first trial .. Can u tel me frnds plzzzz

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    5. report your card as lost or stolen

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  9. Ben smith I too fell for it I phoned them up this past Monday after arguing with them for a while they told me they had cancelled it and I told them to send me a confirmation e mail of my cancellation they told me it would be 48 hours and I'm yet to of received an e mail. so I don't really know what to say to you :/

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  10. I came across the products via this fake site they have obviously set up.

    http://www.menshealth6.com/2013/

    I stupidly fell for it and paid the £1.99 postage fee for both and am still waiting on delivery. I will give them a phone later and cancel my free trial.

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  11. how the fuck do you know if it's fake or not if didn't try it.. wtf i just got it and i will try it. no one from above that said anything about taken it and did not get any results,, OOo ther is one guy said that he started shaken or what ever.. thats shit

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    1. The claims made for it are wildly implausible and defy common sense, and trying it is going to cost dearly. To take this seriously you would have to be the kind of moron who can't even string together a coherent sentence.

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    2. Doctor Zorro... you legend you.

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    3. im taking it now i have had more energy lost about 7kgs i have notice shakes and muscle spasim and also the vimax seems to work this my second trial used my gfs email second time im thinking of upping doesage see if get more results but im still not sure about subscription

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    4. idiot liars. Chris Wood you fool no-one. You would have to be pretty flipping dumb to give your credit card details to these losers.

      I have the one and only tip for losing weight: Burn more fuel than you put into your body. Limit yourself to 2500 Calories a day and train hard. Get a gym membership and find an exercise plan that suits you.

      There is no quick fix magic pill from the internet. Don't be so naive.

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  12. I ordered this product last year, it arrived late so I rang and said I need time to test it, they extended my trial period by 1 month and reduced the cost to 24.99 in dollars (about 16/17 quid) including delivery, I I rang back and they cancelled my order no problem. I was never charged. Yes they are a bit dodgey the way you have to sign up, but im about to order a free trail again and actually take this shit this time around for a couple of months and see if it works. They do stick to the rules and appear to be legit. Ill tell you all in a while if the stuff works.......p.s....mens health is a legit mag and they endorse this after testing. Draw your own conclusion. I recommend ordering the trial and cancelling as soon as poss before 14 days once you have it in hand, also if your gonna subscribe haggle. They will drop the price to almost a quarter of the original cost. Hope this helps

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    1. Ah yes, that well known reputable scientific journal "Men's Health"

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    2. "Doctor Zorro" what a dickhead!

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    3. Ah, Can't stay away cybertiger?

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    4. That's all very nice but you do realise that menshealth6.com is nothing to do with Men's Health magazine don't you? It's a website set up to trick gullible people. Can't believe it works but clearly there are lots of stupid people surfing the net!

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    5. Seems to me people are concerned about cancelling subscriptions. I shared my experience. If you dont like my input dont concern yourself with it. I never said mens health was a scientific journal, I never said I was an expert in any way shape or form, what I said is I subscribed and cancelled and was never charged, I shared my experience to allow a few concerned to make a slightly more informed decision with regard to the dangers of giving out their card number and getting stiffed or not. Yes you can cancel and thats that. They dont send email confirmation for cancellations by the way. They say they will to get you off the phone

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    6. Ashley, trust me, it's a scam; most are set up in exactly the same way. The 024 scam by Robert Tallack (Dr Z reports this in his blog) used a Mens Health variant scam site to help make his sites look more legit. So let's look at MensHealth6 referenced in this thread; suppressed contact details and established only 3 weeks ago - why? to support the scam!!!

      Domain Name: MENSHEALTH6.COM
      Registrar: INTERNET.BS CORP.
      Whois Server: whois.internet.bs
      Referral URL: http://www.internet.bs

      Name Server: NS1.MENSHEALTH6.COM
      Name Server: NS2.MENSHEALTH6.COM
      Status: clientTransferProhibited
      Updated Date: 07-feb-2013
      Creation Date: 07-feb-2013
      Expiration Date: 07-feb-2014

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    7. It most likely is a scam and for sure its massively overpriced........unsure what to think until I start taking them which will be within the next few days. Im going to complete a month and then decide. If theres no significant change then its bull for definate, I will come back in a month or so and confirm my findings. I am about to start training again and eating a little better so we'll see if the combined approach works. Detail of the mens health6 website does seem dodgey to say the least but hey, I've got my free samples in hand and my subscriptions are cancelled. Nothing to lose really

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    8. definite*

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  13. Thanks so much for informing me that this was a scam. Easiest thing to do is just dont even order the trial, the woman on the phone wasn't very eager to even let me cancel it and offered me two discount subscription prices before actually cooperating with me.

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  14. Thanks for all the advice people. Can anyone tell me of a product that dose do what it says on the bottle please.

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  15. how about a one month subscription to the gym it's safe reliable and you know there won't be no side effects

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    1. my gym only deals in year subscription. but I have put on muscle ...after a hard year in the gym lift weights! There are no magic pills

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  16. mine went in the bin after 2 days, I felt like crap ,no energy also a very strange feeling as though anxious.glad i read all your comments

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  17. to anyone that managed to cancel there order after arguing with the lady at customer support have you received a order cancellation email and have then taken money from you other then the p&p because I cancelled mine last week and have yet to receive a confirmation email from them?

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    1. They dont confirm cancellation via email nor do they charge you again. They just cancel your subscription their end and thats the end of it.

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    2. I did cancel via email when i realised it was a scam. Sent email day after order they sent confirmation email say order has been cancelled. They sent me the product but will not use it. There details appeared on my wall on facebook, so can scam on there aswell

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    3. Thanks a lot Ashley O as far as I know they have taken no money and I haven't received any products as of yet should I be worried?

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  18. Ive just read all your reviews and ive just received my bottle. Im confused because there are lost of people that are giving them pisitive feedback and say it works

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    1. Who gave them positive feedback and said it worked?? I have never seen anyone sofar.. Oh do you mean the people on the "website" how hard do you think it is to put 15 fake positive feedback on their fake website?

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  19. the auxious feeling is the add testorone that in the tabs if u think u can take these and not do ne thing then your just lazy you still need to woork out and by the way they do work

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    1. It's not testosterone , it's the high dose of caffeine

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  20. Hi i was very tempted to check out the trials but reading up about it hear & knowing that it has bad side effects im staying clear from this!!!
    I sujjest u all stay clear!

    'Sachin Somaiya' cancel your subscription ASAP & let us know here if you get any bad side effects? thanks

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  21. Doctor zorro worked for the NHS and everybody knows the quality of those doctors.
    This dramatic fat loss and muscle gain is difficult but not impossible. It can be done with steroids so can also be done with supplements.

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    1. Occasionally I get a post that shows such appalling ignorance and stupidity that I am tempted to remove it, though I never do. This is one such. Of course all NHS doctors are complete rubbish! Fat loss & muscle gain are difficult, entailing diet and exercise. Even those who take anabolic steroids still do the diet & exercise. No substance taken orally alone is going to do this for you.

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  22. I made my order through the menshealth6 website for both Lean Muscle X and Test Force xtreme. Its quite obviously a scam, so just cancel your card....simple!! No shame in falling for it, its designed to appeal to you. As far as the products themselves....I have taken a test force xtreme and feel nothing so far. I have yet to try Lean Muscle x as the ingredients aren't really much of anything...but I cant find a fair, unbiased review of the product. Its a scam yes...but has anyone taken either of these for the month and if so, what is your opinion on it.

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    1. second month now not much it does pep you up a bit but i found not using it the energy sort makes you feel down if it helps you go to the gym ibsay go for it but siting on your bum is not gonna build muscle its impossible

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    2. Yo I fell for this stupid scam too! I cancelled my card as soon as i read this (It's only been about 2 days since i placed my free trial order), then i phoned the number that gets sent to you in an email. When i phoned i got a very strange sounding man who then said i won't get charged as long as i send back the product within a certain amount of time with a number that he gave me attached to the box. Also apparently i have to call them back and tell them the tracking number?? What a load of shit. Since i've cancelled my card they can't charge me at all right because the long number on the front, expiry and 3 digits on the back won't match any more?

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    3. If you've cancelled your card they cannot charge you anything. If you have been drawn into a legal contract they may be able to force you to pay them (I havent order the product so I'm not sure how purchase works)

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  23. Yes, they are designed to appeal to you, however poeple should be more aware of such fabricated and exaggerated results from taking 1 little pill. Why would you just go ahead and purchase something online with out researching the product first?
    Wake up people! you will only get the results you want form hard work i.e healthy/balanced diet, no alcohol and lots of regular exercise. Its a lifestyle change and no pill or potion will get you the body that is advertised on the website. If these tablets worked don't you think they would be advertised in mainstream media. Hopefully those of you who have fallen for this nasty scam will receive a full refund.

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  24. How exactly do u cancel the order & what I'd the products have already come? Is it too late?

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    1. under the distance selling regulations you must be given a 14 day cooling off period thats the law. also if the good are not as described or the price as not as stated your credit or debit card firm will by law help you do a charge back.

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  25. hey everyone me being such a silly person actually orded lean muscle extreme and they have charged me £84 as soon as i saw this i knew something was up iv been on the website and cant find a contact number could one of you that has cancelled with please give me the number many thanks

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    1. Just tell your bank not to authorise any payment to the company. Simplez. Its your money not theirs.

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  26. i have cancelled my subscription with lean muscle x after a funny argument with the lady who insisted not to cancelle to wait until my 14 days were up but i had non of it and just said cancelle it n that was that i have the free trial but i am now wondering weather to take it or not i have treyed everything to lose weight i have been on my diet now for 3 months and nothing and also im asthmatic so struggle to exercise but do what i can any advice should i try or bin it

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  27. Hi, The contact number for cancelling the LEAN MUSCLE X is 0808 189 0494, they are an american company with american agents working in their contact centre (if you can call it that)maybe it should be called a scamtact centre. They work mon-fri 8am to 5pm GMT of course. The goods are sent out with an address of PO Box 13511, Linlithgow, West Lothian, EH49 7YH.

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  28. I have read all the comments. I have been taking taking them for two weeks now. I do press ups and sit ups at home but thats about it. I started to notice a difference after a week. After two weeks, very happy, can`t wait to see how good I look after 4 weeks.! Is it a scam, ? Maybe, but it has worked for me. My question is, will the muscle growth need maintaining with more Muscle x or will I go back to my previous size if I stop taking them ?

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  29. I just ordered the lean muscle X or whatever, can I wait to my free trial arrives and then cancel my subscription with them please help

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    1. Hi, yes. ! When it arrives, inside the box is a phone number, just call them without delay to cancel. Then its cost you nothing, but you get the trial free. If you take them for a few weeks, you ought to notice the difference, well, I have. It seems that everyone above thinks you should stay clear of them but it seems they have not completed the trial. .

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    2. Can i just ask, was your lean muscle x in a blue or a white bottle?

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  30. ive got the product delivered right away,i havent tried it and the only thing i want to do is cancel my account. i cant believe this. would it better to close my account at the bank or just cancel the debit by phoning them?

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  31. Just call them,. I did and they cancelled it straight away.

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  32. I just had my statement come through an additional £75.00 taken out of my account, foolishly didnt read the term and conditions, Very painful to cancel my account with them aswell as they are based in moldova,

    I wont be buying off the internet again and will always read the T+C

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    1. Go to ur local body shops. They will help u all the way..

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  33. i dont understand y people buy all this untested rubbish off the net. Its all a big con, go to ur local body building shop and talk to the people who work there and u can speak to them face to face and pay cash. and its gna be good stuff otherwise they wud'nt sell it in there shops..

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  34. okay whey builds weight , L-Cartinine works for fat burning and muscle recovery bassicly the next day your fine to start again . My advise too much ambiguity about this site no one actully knows . Trust me Holland and Barret L-Cartinine ..And hey you can even walk to the shop to get it .Nothing comes without hard work at some point so get off your arse and work for it .

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  35. hello i just got stung for both products lean muscle x and test force extreme did not know about the price untill took £84.71p for each product on the fourteen day canceled after that picked up add on facebook right rip off

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  36. if you order this please be aware that its a scam , i ordered a trial of test force and lean muscle they took the £4.00 out my account
    then i canceled my credit card and reported it lost so the could not take any more funds out
    the tablets arrived today , and i have now canceled my order so i have not been scammed

    to cancel your order !! when you purchase the item or in my case two items i had two confirmation emails telling me what i had purchased , reply to both saying you wont to cancel my subscription along with your order details and tell them you tried ringing but couldent get through to them , i had a confirmation email back saying that both subscriptions are now canceled

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  37. unfortunately I fell for the scam and was charged £73.00 after 14 days.
    I tried cancelling by calling the number provided in the E-Mail but no one answered. I was continuously informed through an automated voice to call during business hours ( no matter what time i called)
    I then cancelled my credit card but they still managed to debit my account on 12/03/13 by £78.00 (both debits included a shipping fee of approximately £2.50)
    I called another number provided through another E-Mail informing me that my SUBSCRIPTION had been dispatched.
    I spoke to a female with a Filipino accent called Fiona.
    She tried telling me that they debited my account according to the terms and conditions stated.
    I relented especially as I had cancelled my order through E-Mail on 12/03/13.
    I was eventually informed that I would be reimbursed by 75%.
    I am still awaiting the reimbursement.

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  38. Just phoned cancelled my order but i have been told that if i do not send whats left of the product back within 21 days i will be charged 19.99 wtf? Got cancellation email through very quickly also.

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  39. hello yesterday i Order Muscle Core X and Androsolve for free trial.after 14 days they will charge me monthly? can anybody help for me?

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    1. Yes they will I did the same. Phone your bank they will sort it

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  40. Hi I've been taking the two for 3 months now I've lost 4 stone gained a six pack my breasts ha e grown from a B to a D cup and my penis has grown 3 inches Amazinh!!!

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    1. May i just ask. Was your lean muscle x in a blue or a white bottle? Regards

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    2. If you drink bleach then you will gain muscle. If you open the oven, switch the gas on and put your head right inside, then you will lose weight. If you put your dinkle in a blender and turn it on then your IQ will raise. If you beat yourself repeatedly over the head with a hammer, your bank balance will increase by £1,000,000

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  41. Its obviousley a scam.If you go to their website every day it seems that their offer of a free trial ends on the day you browse their site so gulible poeple order it thinking they have just got a cheap deal at the last minute.
    check out their website every day and you will see what I mean....Get Ripped?...more like Get Ripped off BIGTIME...

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  42. Sounds like the acai berry scam all over again.

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  43. Just to add to this big string. I haven't taken muscle x but nearly bought it. I have been going to gym for 2 years and have seen some results with no supplements. Recently I went to Holland and barret after researching supplements and have been talking acai berry (mainly vitamin a) in the mornings 750mg and 2100mg of creatine in the evenings over the last 6 months. I have noticed veins on my arms getting more prominent and my rep count has increased. Taken with lots of water. Just thought id share its not a miracle but it's much cheaper and im afraid you just need to put some effort in to get 'ripped'

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  44. All I have to say is that if you get the free trial, and then cancel your account, they will charge you £19.95, for each product. I called today to cancel it, they picked up straight away, and the women was helpful. It is a scam as its not really a free trial...only if you continue with the product, but dont worry about not being able to cancel your subscription as I did without any problems.

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  45. stay away guys as the first thing I noticed was that the article is not featured on bodyduilding.com its a fake site so no go from here..

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  46. I ordered my trial out of stupidity of both lean muscle x and testoforce extreme. My thoughts are if the product is as good as they say it is, after a free trial everyone would continue to purchase the product anyway. There should be no need for automatic subscriptions and withdrawals. The issue for me is i purchased the product seemingly from testoforce.net but i was sent the product from a company called juveneu in suite 29 harley street london. Is the product even genuine. Furthermore there are spelling mistakes on the label. It all seems very shady. It has to be said that doctor zorro calling everyone a moron is a bit harsh considering experian the credit expert are guilty of the very same tactics. If a massive legitimate company like experian sign you up after 14 days in the same manner then the internet can be a minefield in terms of entering your bank details. I knew it would not work miracles but was hoping it would help with my gym regime.

    Does anyone have any idea how they can draw from your account if you cancel your old card as they dont have sort code and account number. Has anyone else dealt with juveneu?

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  47. Ordered the product on 27/03/13 received the goods and looked into the tablets a little further to realise it is a subscription for JUST $84.95 + $4.95 delivery. Yeah right free trial totally scam. Called customers services and was advised that I could have the FREE TRIAL for as little as £30.00, really dont think so. The returns address on the terms and conditions are not correct. Avoid at any cost. SCAM SCAM SCAM companies like this should be closed down. FREE TRIAL should mean free trial not a cost if you cancel.

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  48. tried to cancel over phone and they made me hold for 15 minutes so hang up

    Absolute joke

    so cancelled my card and gonna keep the trial now! wear that muscle core x

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  49. I am gullible, I ordered the free trial on ebays homepage, free trial pay only £1.99 postage, received them, them then investigated on the internet and seen all the scam messages, so decided to phone them on free phone uk 08081890494 someone answered who I could barely understand she had to spell each word to me ,anyway ive told her I want to cancel, so she agreed, but wants the pills sent back to them, so the trial wasn't free anyway, but at least they answered the phone, it pays to read the SMALL PRINT

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  50. This is a scam.

    Beware of the web page http://mens-life-health.co.uk/bodybuilding/# pretending to be Mens Health magazine, I was nearly fooled as it's a pro web page. It even offers Mens Health magazine subscriptions via a link but the link is fake and simply opens their web page in another tab. Clever.

    The real Mens Health web page is http://www.menshealth.co.uk/

    Stay safe, keep healthy.

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  51. I have just been scammed out of £259.08 in the space of one month. Tried to return the second delivery - won't accept it. No address details anywhere on website or T's & C's. Very clever sods.

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  52. Yeah I was gullible - having been in hospital last year, put on weight and lost a lot of strength I wanted to jump start a good recovery. Now I decided to check the ingredients on line to see if it was alright for me and found this web site.

    I only ordered on the 1/4/13 and took delivery yesterday so based on the feedback here I decided to cancel. I had no intention of continuing after the trial but like most I didn't read the small print about continuation.

    Anyway I just this minute phoned up the UK number 08081890494 and cancelled saying that my doctor advised against it due to heart problems(he would have) and they cancelled with no hassle in about 3 mins. flat.

    I may still try it but I still need to check the ingredients first.

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  53. ~Following on from my last cancellation blog I just received this for both products without asking so they're not all bad.

    'Thank you for using Lean Muscle X trial. This email is to inform you that your subscription status has been recently updated and any ongoing or all future charges have been cancelled as per your request.

    If you have any questions about the cancellation of this subscription, or if you would like to re-activate the same in the future, please feel free to contact our Customer Service team. '

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  54. I received both Muscle core X and Androsolve products today, read the extra charges and what not, was debating weather to just cancel my card so the details were different when they tried to charge me or should i just ring the number and cancel my subscription but then wouldn't i have to return the suppliments wouldn't i?? please help!!!

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  55. The Trial product was free. I think you'd only have to return further deliveries if you cancelled.

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  56. I always see these ads and laugh at them, today decided to open one. Very shady how these sites work - but my question is how is this legal? Fake site claiming to be part of a completely different legit company? Fake celebrity and media endorsement? What gives, how are they allowed to do this?

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    1. They are allowed because there is no policing of the internet, companies can do what they like and make outlandish statements regarding their products. I have read a lot of these comments and all i can say is thank god i didn't do it as I have in the past!! I recommend P90X its hard work but the results are there as long as you get your diet right too. That is how it should be

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  57. http://www.fitbodyworld.com/content/about-us-id-4

    Scammers web site phone number and Address

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  58. Posted above website

    They also contacted me through e-mail from juveneu.com saying my subscription was closed.

    http://juveneu.com/

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  59. Has anyone got an email address for these guys? I stupidly did the deed but realised moments later and rang up straight away to cancel my orders and subscriptions for both androsolve and muscle core x. 4 days later and they have sent me the trial pack even though I cancelled. Worried they will still charge me and send me more of this crap. I don't know what else to do but email them. Can any1 help?


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  60. Got the (free samples)But they weren't free!After reading what was happening to people i cancelled my card at the bank,the fraud squad at the bank told me cancelling my card would not work cos it was a binding contract.They told me to ring number on the card(0808)1890369.Insist to cancel& get the persons name,ref number..And insist on a RMA number for each product recieved.Send the products back a.s.a.p. to- EUROBASE FULFILLMENT,UNIT 18,ZENNOR RD,LONDON,UK.SW12 OPS. Without opening package.The spanish lady on the phone offered all sorts of blags to fob me off,stand your ground!!!They want your money...Don't be fooled,i was one and i feel a little silly,

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  61. You should have a card sent with yr order.Ring the number and insist on a R.M.A. number for each item purchased.DON'T let them fob you off or talk you into an extra 14 day extension!!!!Ring your bank and ask for a number for the fraud squad for your bank. They will advise you,

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  62. hi, im only 15 and wondering what affect this drug would have on me as im only a minor? but muscle is seemingly hard to build for me after a month of weights i have had no change and was just wondering if its worth taking these to build muscle?

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    1. No Tommy, it's not! And a month is no time at all. Give it a year.

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    2. Try more like 6-8 years to see a big increase in muscle mass. I started training when I was 16 and slowly built up muscle until I had increased 2.5-3 stone. hard work. long time. no quick fix

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  63. Hi there, I suffer from MS & hoped it could be helpful to me..

    This is an easy scam I have fallen for through being in desperate state (muscle wastage)

    It arrived today & I really feel stung, but how do I get off paying monthly for this junk?

    Any real advice would be great, but I need to do it fast, preferably without needing to cancel my cards with my bank..

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    1. Card. Cancel. Now.

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  64. nice one everyone for your advice, ordered mine yesterday and am gonna cancel my card in the morning..no one is gonna rip me off...tw**ts.....

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  65. Its a massive scam ...We cancelled and they took 2 lots of payments, nearly £400 in total. Our bank are dealing with the case now. I recommend everyone that has been scammed by this company to report it to trading standards.. The more of us that do this , the stronger the case they have against this fraudulent company. Ok so the small print says send back samples within 14 day., THE SAMPLES you have already paid for!!! If they want to call it a subscripton ( as alot of these companies do)then what are we getting from this subscription?...Nothing..REPORT THEM ..LEANMUSCLE X & TESTFORCE EXTREME.. If you ring their 0808 number , when they answer , they make out they are Tesco Home broadband..I challenged them and asked to speak to their manager, they cut me off.. Please Report them to trading standards and lets put a stop to these SCAMMERS!!!

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  66. fell for this myself,appealed to me at the time,tnx for all your comments guys,will be cancelling asap,received an e-mail from juveneu to confirm order but says no reply to e-mail,num within uk given,(020)35141398..on e-mail website given as www.juveneu.com...addr juveneu suite b29 Harley st London England w1g9qr...

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  67. I to had placed an order for both trials. It was only after i placed the order i thought i would do some digging and came across this and a few other sites relating to the scam.

    I have just called the telephone number provided in the email confirmation , got straight through and cancelled both trial orders.

    I have just received the following email, one for each order.

    "Thank you for using Test Force Xtreme trial. This email is to inform you that your subscription status has been recently updated and any ongoing or all future charges have been cancelled as per your request.

    If you have any questions about the cancellation of this subscription, or if you would like to re-activate the same in the future, please feel free to contact our Customer Service team."

    I will keep an eye on my account to make sure i am not charged, but i am hoping this has dealt with the issue.

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  68. I to fell for the scam but used a account which I don't have much cash in , I did some research and canceld my account before any money was taken phoned them up a told the not to send me any products . Guess what they arrived today by recorded delivery ,do they work or should they be binned quite curious about giving them a rip

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  69. received product the other day,have`nt opened them,in 2 minds what to do,do you have to phone or just cancel card,just wondering as I used a pay as you go money card..any suggestions

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  70. Got me also but 10 mins after placing order was very sceptical, came on here and saw all the very helpful comments. Phoned UK no 02035141398 and got through to the Philippines (was about 12am UK time) the lady didn't have the best phone skills but didn't try to pressure me into keeping the subscription or at any lower costs. Asked to cancel which was done as requested and received the confirmation email for cancellation as stated in above posts. Hopefully this is done and dusted, don't want to have to cancel a card I have a lot of things coming out of!

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  71. So if I just report my card as lost or stolen, will that clear me of being charged cause i was being naive and not thinking straight when i placed the free trial order :/

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    1. I feel you bro. I was half awake when I ordered. I got the ad from facebook. Really feel stupid now

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  72. I cant get through to any of the number after falling for the scam reported my card as lost will this stop them taking payments. does anyone have a email address they actually reply to? Cnt get through to any of the number they are either engaged or not recognised this is wrong people should not be able to take money for shit u dont want

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    1. Well, you did want it. You ordered it! Why are you all so fooking stupid and ordering this product??? It's obviously a scam. Put the work in and attempt to build the body you want with weights, good diet and some cardio. You DON'T get anything for nothing. Not even a FREE sample...........

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  73. My hubby ordered this and being the suspicious person I am, I googled searched it after he told me he wasn't allowed to trial either item and had to return them. The return address does not exist on google maps and low and behold just had two lots of £84.71 taken out of my account. Luckily I had pre warned Halifax and whilst they allowed the transaction go through, they are going to refund it back within 24 hours

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  74. Yeah I thought to myself there must be a catch to it when they said get them for free, it's actually get the first one free and then if you want to cancel the next overpriced one you have to send it back and jump through loads of loop holes, with a phone number they give you, which will probably cost you an arm and a leg by the time you've got through to anyone, and when you actually get through to someone, it will be like pass the parcel, no one able to help you and no one sharing the responsibility and, if by magic, money starts coming out your account!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  75. can a woman take the pills? if they do what will happen to their body? I don't want to try and find out the hard way. can some dude's gf try it and let me know how if it works

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  76. fuck I fell for it.. I need to cancel my card.. Tomorrow is a Sunday and Monday is a bank holiday.. shit

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  77. I fell for this too. I bought Muscle Core X and i was travelling, so while away i was charged like 85 quid. Luckily i managed to cancel my sbscription, but over the phone, which i find sketchy, i might replace my card soon. I have the bottles and im thinking of taking them, but i think ill trash them because if soembody has to resort to the SMALL PRINT scam method to sell their product, then that product is not worth using. All this was was an expensive lesson to learn. Are refunds even possible?

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  78. There are no short cuts to looking Lean and muscular.. diet and hard work in the gym . By hard work I mean non stop graft not standing chatting to people. Just eat smart , fish, veg, white meats and pulses , oates etc. As easy as that. . I'm 48 and have a body that's a lot younger than my age. No protein drinks no extra amnio acids no extra vitamins just plenty of good clean foods it will take time but you will get there only advice I would give is to include carbs a big mistake people make is they concentrate on proteina too much ..aim for 40% protein , 40% carbs and 20% fats

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  79. I am about to try this tuff, and am a pro gym trainer. The reason im writing here is the complaints, not about the poduct, but about the energy loss and tiredness and anxiety people have been feeling. This is a fact that 90% of people going to the gym dont realise: - Regardless whether you use 'any' product or not. When you have a work out, you rip muscle, and the muscles you rip, demands synthisised protien within 20mins of being ripped. The average person by muscle weight demands up to 15-20grams of protine per kl of muscle that is ripped. Important, if you are not taking in enough protien to compensate for the ripped muscle, "all your energy will go, you wil feel anxiety, and tired, the shakes over a period of a week". why? cause if your dont take in enough protien to compensate for rippped muscle, your body eat the protien your body is made of, to repair its self.
    So, whether you use this stuff or not, if dont take in enough protien, you will feel screwed.
    As for me, i take the correct amounts of protein when i work out, so when i try this stuff, and if it makes a diference or deosnt make a diference, i will know!.
    and i will report my finding here.

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  80. Fell for this like many other people on here but realised my mistake straight away.
    Don't worry about cancelling your credit card. Just called the number on the confirmation email (From Within the UK: (020) 3514 1398) and while I had to wait on hold for 8 minutes for them to pick up they cancelled straight away with no arguments. Had the cancellation email through while I was still on the phone to them. Fingers crossed that's all sorted but will post again if not.

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  81. i also stupidly fell for this and 2 lots of £80 odd quid have come out of my account, obviously by the time I noticed it had come out of my account I had been using them.. I rand the number and the woman said return them half used to the west lothain address and I would get a full refund.... I returned them today and wait with baited breath

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    1. I got a full refund after returning 2 half empty boxes all money was refunded

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  82. Just got my bottle the pills are massive lol.. just looks like protein shake in a bit of plastic... dont know if I should take them or not... But I will some how work out how to cancel..

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  83. yeah and what's all this about a 14 day free trail when you don't even have it for 14 days by the time it comes!! have phoned and cancelled on 02035141398. Uvanvey the woman I spoke to PROMISED I wouldn't be charged again but am phoning bank to block order just in case. The whole thing sucks.

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  84. hey guys, i called up as soon as i found this. This is about 6 days later, and i have received the trial. I called them up immediately, and this American lady answered, and she didnt try to pressure me into staying with them, and i just gave her my order number, and she cancelled it. Make sure you ask for a confirmation email of the cancellation. It shouldnt be a problem. good luck

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    1. Have you been charged since?

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  85. I fell for it to, I went to my bank and cancelled the direct debit & even tried all the pills * not 1 bit of difference & if you see some guy come on here telling you they are fine, believe me he will be working for them.

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  86. I read about this product combination today - it smelt very fishy. This article give me the information I needed to close the tab and forget about it. Thanks.

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  87. hi guys, i thought this did sound a bit too good but figured as its a free trial i could try it and see for myself so i placed an order for this product and also the test force extreme. After this i was looking at supplements on e bay and saw the exact same before/after photo on not one but TWO different supplements and NEITHER of them were lean muscle x!! then of course found this article and saw that enough of you had already had problems with them trying to take money and/or being unable to cancel.Luckily iv'e called the number and cancelled both trials and received confirmation e mails for both cancellations, still transferred my money to my savings account mind just to be safe lol thanks for the warnings guys

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    1. surprise surprise i just got a parcel with both products!! so even after i cancel them and receive both e mail confirming id cancelled they still send this shit out!!??? Anyone know how we can get these cunts investigated by proper authorities?

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    2. Hey did you cancel the same day as ordering? As in their terms and conditions it states the item is dispatched they day after you place your order. So if you cancelled on the same day they have broken their own terms and conditions

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  88. Very grateful for the advice. They should really be held accountable and should be reported to trading standards.

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  89. Shockz here... weather it works or not, why put chemicles in the body you know nothing about based on made up fantasy stories with blogs no one is unable to find...

    You may feel fine for years but who knows what damage it is doing to you or when you will start to feel the negative life concerning affects..

    Most things now are unsafe to have even natural things like water because they are being tampered with it's called legal murder you see it daily... example: when you lend a smoke to your friend you are actually contributing to his painful death years to come.. yeah they sell them on the shelves in any store... they say it is alright to sell them now because they have put a warning label on them and are not available for children... let me explain things in a more simplistic way... if you take medication to help your immune system to fight a cold but realize you feel better on it.. sooner or later your immune system will forget how to do it's job resulting in problems in other parts of your body... so that been said this way of losing weight and building muscle seem un-natural and therefor there has to be a downside for long term users..

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  90. I was just reseraching into this and found this page confirming what I suspected. Here's a link to people so you know how to stop the subscription payments if you feel the subscription company won't cancel it.

    http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/wales/debt_w/debt_banking_e/stopping_debit_and_credit_card_payments.htm

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  91. All good info...thanks folks.....
    Never been such a thing as FREE LoL

    Grrrreat site Dr. Zorro

    Having said that; this info was FREE

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  92. i fell for this and canceled imediatly but they said i have to send the products back. but when i search the the address it a field. should i send them back?

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  93. iv been scammed by juveneu fkn fool i am

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  94. yep be aware, wish I had done my research before hand, just had £370 taken from account phoned them up and they said I had to return the product within 14 days despite it saying a 30 day free trial, then they bill you for the free trial and then they bill you for the following month all at the same time, scamming b'stards, to make it worse they give you a uk phone number, which is actually in the states, and no return address, so even if you want to return the pack you cant?

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  95. I've just been reading through and thought i'de check my bank and what do you know these robbing f**kers have taken 80 odd £ out of my bank i only sent off for a free sample well i say free that cost me 1£ something but i was'nt expecting to be getting robbed by these f**ckers now i've got to go down the bank and sort all this shit out. I'M MAD AS F**K i dont know how clowns like this get away with it.

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  96. I fell for this to, what I did was ring my bank and tell them not to make any payments to them as you are entitled to do that. Then ring up the 0808 number and ask for an RMA number, they will try an give you a discount on it an say they will deactivate your account if you do but stick to your guns and say NO I want an RMA number. They then give you 1 and ther is a return sticker with the return address on and a spot where the RMA number goes, send it recorded delivery, ring the 0808 number with tracking number and that's it, your free from these pirate mother fuckers

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  97. I canceled 40 minutes after I made my order but they still shipped it. Have the cancellation email to prove it. Product came today so I rang them up. They said as I canceled before my order was even shipped I am no longer on the database and that my bank is not going to be charged. I asked for a RMA to return the product but they said I didn't need to as I canceled before my subscription even began. I really do not believe them. Ive read here that people who have cancelled still get charged. I want to return the product anyway just to be on the safe side recorded delivery for piece of mind and for evidence if I have to go to disputes with my bank. Does anyone have a returns address for them? As they refused to give me one saying I dont need it....

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  98. hello I fell in to the scam trap and I would like to know what their e-mail address is please or the address of which I need to send them back to. Regards.

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  99. Forget all these scams - the latest one claims to be a wonder combination for increasing men's size. I have been training consistently for 8 weeks now which I'm sure most Gym users will agree is a very short period of time and my body shape has changed considerably - I changed my diet - cutting out junk food and fast carbs (except first thing in the morning and post workout) and eating only healty fats and whole grain products I have lost weight and gained muscle - not the amounts they are talking about in these trials - the only product that will do that is Steroids and we all know what happens if you're stupid enough to take them!

    What has worked for me is periodization - a technique where you lift increasingly heavier amounts of weight for lower rep ranges over a period of 4 weeks, then you start again lifting heavier weight than you started with but still light enough to acheive a high rep range (12-15), do this for 3 4 week periods and see what your results are.

    There is a lot of talk about periodization - some people will claim it is rubbish but I only know it worked for me - it may not for you because everybody's bodies respond differently. It takes a lot of discipline - I have to sit in a room full of people eating pizza and drinking fizzy pop whilst I eat chicken breast and veg and drink water but its worth it!

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  100. does the stuff work or is it all fake? can you get the stuff legit

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  101. It's fake! The product is random and irrelevant. The object of the sellers is to get you to authorise unlimited deductions from your credit card.

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  102. It would be nice if people got off their high horses, this is an elaborate scam, I got duped by it being "liked" by a mate of mine on facey b, I trust him. Before I knew it, I was on the fast track to "why not"...

    We all know the right way to get ripped. The holier than thou approach that some take on here is just rude. This thread is surely for those who got burned and to prevent others from getting burned by some soul-less fuck heads.Not for others to preach and gloat...Quite happy with my "right way" approach too by the way, just thought I'd try something in addition to the hard work, careful nutrition and dedication, late in the day and with my guard down (incidentally knackered after a hard work out).

    With regards to the stuff itself, I have cancelled prior to subscription kicking in - same day as asking for the trial and have messaged my bank so that there is a formal record requesting that they don't pay these bastards another penny. I'm pretty confident i'm covered now, thanks to the useful comments on here. Cheers.

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  103. THIS IS A MAJOR SCAM! I actually pressed decline on their webpage when I saw the £69.95 cost but it said congratulations youve placed an order. I immediately rang and emailed the company saying I didnt want any further charges and products other than the p+p. I was told, also emailed, that this wouldnt happen. Guess what? 69.95 was taken from my bank 2 weeks later! Disgusting. I had forewarned my bank though saying no money should go to this dodgy company so at least theyre going to refund me.

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  104. hi my name is patch mcmanus, i fell for the scam.
    i purchased my "free trial" and i went to my bank to order a new card because i had lost my previous one the same day i brought the product, luckly for me i did. my bank told me that they had taken the £2.95 which was for post and packaging which was fine, they then also took £21.99 out and then tried to take out £60.50 and then £85.38. through my bank i stopped them from taking £60.50 and £80.38 my bank are now trying to refund me the £21.99.

    all in all i ripped them off but i would advise everyone and anyone not to purchase the "free trial". you might not be as lucky as me. (the idiots had already sent the product)

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  105. hi it's patch mcmanus again just incase anyone wanted contact detais for them i also got a card with the package.
    i'll just copy out the whole card word for word.

    "-----THANKS FOR YOUR ORDER-----
    for product and billing inquires, please call any of the following customer service numbers from 8:00am to 5:00pm GMT.

    austria: 0800-802-035
    belgium: 0800-265-4
    canada: 1-513-201-3720
    denmark: 8082-6804
    germany: 0800-181-6048
    netherlands: 0-800-022-1165
    norway: 800-15-856
    uk: (0808)189 0369
    usa: 513-201-3720
    sweden: 020-797-681
    for the rest of the world: +44 808 189 0369"

    i hope this is of use to someone.

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  106. if you order these products wait for the free trial to arrive as soon as it has arrived phone your bank at once and cancel your card
    other wise they will take a lot of money out without you knowing

    cost me only 4.00 but as said u must Cancel your card asap

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  107. Building a lean body is more than just exercising. Or eating right. But put the two together, with some effort and good info, and you're gonna get somewhere. And here's https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrSJatUgAl8just how to do it.It is all about getting a lean, toned body so that you'll look good in clothes, and also look when you take your shirt off at the beach. For some reason most fitness experts seem intent on promoting the body builder physique as the ideal.

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  108. Has anyone who fell for this scam kept the product after cancelling and tried it or was it just binned. Was there any difference to the body?

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  109. have been charged all together with postage for free trial of lean muscle and test force
    xtreme £173.40 told to post bottle and packet
    back for full refund to Tooting London
    I am still waiting
    SONNY

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    1. The package will come back marked: "Addressee gone away". I threatened to turn the refund problem over to the FBI and got one phone call, hours later, and 2 confirming emails returning my £84.71. It can be done without cancelling your card. John.

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  110. If it sounds too good to be true, it is.

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  111. I fell for this and so did my friend, he phoned to cancel first and was told he could cancel and keep the bottle for a one off charge of 20.

    What I did was went to my bank took all my money out and asked them to block any payments that would try to be taken. When I phoned up to cancel they told me when they tried and payment was denied I was automatically removed from the contract.

    long story short he paid 20 and I got to keep mine for free even though I just binned it. hope this helps for anyone who fell for it.

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  112. i ordered it and got charged £1.95 x 2 and £1.90 x 2 total of £7.70 and it has taken 6 days to get er and after reading the reviews i got scared so i phoned to cancel it but told computer was down so tried again after a few hrs to be told not a problem no monies will come out of my account it will be canceled and have a nice day i phoned my bank santandar bank told them everything but was told there was nothing i can do i can cancel my bank card and get a new one but they can contact my bank and request my new number and take money out and that was from my help line it can not be block from them i must keep trying them to stop taken money is all i can do lets hope they stop taken any more

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  113. well, tried to close the order-site, closing-warning popped up... well, if your product is that good as you say, than why do you have to try to keep people on the website? I felt like i was getting laughed at for even bothering to read it... pretty funny that some people actually fell for it...

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  114. Hi guys,

    Just like many of you, I've taken the free trial and after reading all your comments, realised that this is in fact a scam, so I got very annoyed and worried, luckily, I just called the credit card company and cancel, only shipping costs taken out . But here is the thing, perhaps there is a very cheap way of getting back at them and try the products to see if they work (I doubt it), this is what I'm going to do, see what you think:

    1. Order the trial and use a credit card (Not Visa Debit card)

    2. As soon as the goods arrive and with in the 14 days, call the credit card company, double check that the £89 (Or what ever it's) have not been taken out of my account, only the shipping costs, £1.99, then cancel the card and get a new one.

    3. Then, when I run out, I will take the trial again (Using different credit card, different e-mail address, and shipping address) and cancel the credit card as soon as the goods arrive (again, making sure that the £89 have not been taken out and only the shipping costs).

    4. Then will do all the above once again. I know it may sound like a lot of hazel, but it didn't take long to cancel the credit card (no more than five minutes). I've got 3 credit cards so I will do this only three times. I will let you know how it worked out.

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    1. thats crazy and stooping to their level plus do you really know what is in their pills.

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    2. hi like all of you i too fell for this scam, should got the wife to chack it out before i ordered it as shes good at spotting scams. well they took out four payments two at £1.99 and two at £1.95 it was for the test force xtreme and the lean muscle x meant to be a free fourteen day trail. what i didnt know it was a subscription and the cost would be £80 odd quid. so the mrs said for me to contact the bank to tell them what i did im glad i ordered using my credit card so i got put through to the fraud team i also phoned juveneu customer services who after about ten phone calls told me they would only cancel after they receive their products back and i would need a cancelation numbermfrom them and to send products back to eurobase fulfillment unit 18 zennor trace park zennor road tooting bac london sw12 0ps so i have received the products and sent them off to them recorded signed for which i am glad i did after tracking them i find they are being sent back returned to sender, so i receive these back today with a sticker from royal mail telling me that the addresse has gone away? what does this mean the unit is no longer being used by them? then i have also received an email telling me that my account is now closed, so i am stuck with product and a fear that they will still try to take from my account, ive got a form to fill in to send back to visa telling the i tried to send them back. so canceling your bank acc or credit card is no use if you are going to reopen an account with the same banking group. you need to let your banks fraud dept know what has happened. if you google the returns address you will find the landlords phone number of the returns unit.

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  115. I called the UK number on 0808 189 0369 and after she pretended not to understand my english accent, she finally found me and I received an email from them confirming cancellation.

    I then forwarded a printed copy and a form I had to fill out from Santander who they will now try and get my money back ( I was debited 3 times) for £89

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  116. This is a scam. They claim to send you a free sample, once they have your card details, they will happily rip you off to the tune of £84 per month. Once your registered, they can't be contacted....just like Atlas Editions - just be warned, steer clear of these crooks

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  117. PLEASE PLEASE DONT BUY THIS PRODUCT. I HAVE BEEN TRAINING FOR NUMBER OF YEARS AND HAD A LITTLE FAT HERE AND THERE AND WANTED TO GAIN MORE MUSCLE.

    TRIED IT FOR 7 WEEKS, VERY LIITLE IMPROVEMENT..WAS BETTER OF STICKI8G TO MY WHEY PR.HAD PROBLEMS CANCELLING MY SUB...STILL CANT!!! FRUSTRATED.

    MENS HELATH SHOULD BE BLAMED FOR ADVERSTISING A FALSE PRODUCT.

    TREVOR MORGAN

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  118. Complete RIP OFF - dont sign up to the trial. They will fleece you. If this has happened to you in the UK get in touch with the Citizens Advice, even if it's just to report it.

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  119. I've also fell for this scam. But if I paid with my ATM only card will they be able to deduct me? Anyway I still have 13 days to cancel subscription. Which customer support phone should I call from UK because there are several in the comments and entirely different in their website. Thank you for info

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  120. I ordered this free trail but soon realised it was a scam so range them 1 hour after placing the order and cancelled the account..Got a main straight away confirming the account was closed and told only £1.99 will be charged. A week later the product arrived in the post (from Prague) website says all products are dispatched from the UK. Called them again and they told me to send the pills back to the Zennor park address which I did recorded delivery and they are now on the way back to me ..return to sender..Will be contacting my credit card issuer Monday to log a dispute. so far only £1.99 charged but I'm sure they will try for more..A hard lesson learned..

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  121. I too took advantage of their "free trial" before reading this website, so rang them on 0808 1890973 an hour or so after placing the orders, and got through almost immediately (even though it is Saturday). Had no problem in cancelling subscription (though have to pay two lots of £1.99 for delivery). Quickly received emails confirming cancellation of subscriptions for the products and the expressing shipping service - four emails in all. Have now rung my credit card company who confirm that the two payments of £1.99 have gone through, and that they will raise a dispute if the company try to charge further subscription payments to my credit card account. Hopefully this won't be necessary.

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  122. I took laen muscle x and test force xtreme and gained 7 horse power in each arm within a week and look like kali muscle.
    seriously those who are dumb enough to fall for this should have no sympathy.
    if it was as good as it says then it would be a money spinner for endorsement for gerard butler etc and they would have an advert or shopping channel slot.

    people even dumb enough to write the "bought" the free trial! wtf?

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  123. My finance bought this product also and has the same issue now. Reading these all comments I have called the company twice now and everytime I called something different has been told to me. They gave me the RMA nuber and told me to return the bottle. The guy on the phone said he will send me an email with the address but I didn't receive it so I called them again and the address they provided on the phone didn't exist on the the map. So I called my bank and let them know that some stupid scam company wanted to take more money from my account. They luckly stopped just before they were about to take £68 but I am still scared that more money will be taken out. Bank advised us to check the account and if there will be any future payments done I should give them a call and they will refund all. Guess what they have reported far more cases like mine re this company so it wasn't just us. What a trouble heh!!

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  124. I signed up for free trial 2 months ago and cancel 10 days after signing up before I received the product, obviously they tried to convince me to stay but I refuse, I managed to cancel my subscription and get a free sample.
    The product itself worked for me, but I'm not going to pay £68 per month for it.

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  125. I stupidly signed up for the free trial before doing a google search. Couldn`t read the terms and conditions on website as the order now button very cleverly hides it and prevents you from reading it! Anyways i`ve just phoned them to cancel. She hung up on me half way through conversation so had to call again! Told me to wait until free trial arrives in post. I said no just cancel now please. She wanted to know my reasons. She then said thankyou and my new order has been placed and will arrive shortly! Had to tell her again to cancel everything. She then very loudly sighed and huffed and puffed at me and said cancellation email will arrive in 24 hours. I`ll post again tomorrow and let you know if I get this email but I don`t have much hope! I called my bank, they said wait and see if anything comes out of your account, if it does they will reimburse.

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  126. Well I received 2 cancellation emails this morning. I now await to see if anything comes out my bank. Hopefully this is the end of it all.

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  127. well i bought it and then read all the comments i got my free sample after 4 days i got 1 months supply of lean muscle x and extreme got 1o tablets also of them and after 1 month no difference no weight loss and no muscle i am not sure if i am allowed to say but the 10 tablets i got to go with it i had a erection after taken them they work mabe to well i did phone to cancel and was told no problem and no money was taken i had aword with my bank and was told i cant cancel i have to contact them to stop payment if you change card the bank can not stop them replying for new number PS i did a lot off work outs at the gym

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  128. Saw an add on FB; clicked as it brought me to an article written on Bodybuilding.com. Little that I knew the page was a simple copy with no active links; problem is before I found out I had already ordered the trial for Rippex X and Extreme Muscle; was charged 3.16 for each on my credit card and received the trial bottles 4 days after. I ordered other samples for my own benefit on behalf of a family member. A few days later called to cancel for any further payments; they confirmed I would receive an email within 24 hours which never arrived; called again 48 hours later and got no answer; after the 14 days I noticed that 2 payments of $79.98 had been withdrawn from my credit card. Called and got no answer; sent an email saying that I had recorded conversations that the phone attendant had confirmed my cancellation. I received an email soon after and got my RMA numbers; however the products were never shipped!!! And to this date I have not received anything to return! The best part is yet to come... On my other order they sent me 2 other products (free shipping) on top of the Rippex X and Muscle Extreme; before the 14 day trial period expired; they had withdrawn 4 payments of $89.98 on my credit card... Started doing some extensive research and found out they were using a bogus address; as the physical address in Canada points to the location near Nutralabs.ca (completely different company). On the bottles the physical address says 505 South Road, Ashford SA, 5035 Australia... Type in in Google Maps and get the street view; looks more like a dogpoung than a pharmaceutical company... 2 different addresses... hummm..

    Finally ended up calling my credit card company and declared the transactions as fraudulous; to which they did their research and gladly agreed that the company was indeed scamming many folks like myself; what's more important is the content of these bottles that they ship? I'm curious to see as to where these enhancements come from? More importantly the control process? If you think about it; it's kinda' scary.... I'm shocked that there is very little info on the scam out on the web... Please share your story and in my case I am definitely stopping the use of the products... Before we read that someone has died or has had serious health issues...

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  129. I to fell for this scam orderd a free trial of lean muscle x for £1.95 but they took out a nother payment of £1.99,phoned them this morning and was told to send back the bottle and only then they will cancel,i dont trust them so i will report my card lost as they took payment from this also i will report them to trade standards if they dont cancel my account

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  130. this is a SCAM do not do their free trial, they help themselves to your money from your account and when you phone them you get told they have not done anything wrong and will not return your money I had to go into my bank and then I had to contact the fraud department to stop them from taking money from my account. THEY ARE SCAMMERS STAY AWAY FROM THEM..SCAMMING GITS. ROBBING BASTARDS

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  131. I am amazed at the amount of feedback that there is on this topic. Just saw an ad and researched it, VOILA - Here I am. Conclusion after reading all the reviews:

    1. IT IS A SCAM (Placebo)
    2. They are in it for Credit Card details to continuously bill for about $80 per month.
    3. Those few who have mentioned the results after trying it have also mentioned that it does nothing but create Caffeine Jitters.
    4. If you ordered cancel your subscription and notify your credit card company immediately.
    5. Join a GYM for less money.
    6. Watch what you eat (2500 Calorie Max daily intake)
    7. Work out regularly.

    CHEERS! THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR FEEDBACK. I will definitely continue with the pot belly and dream of losing it through exercise.

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  132. I signed up for the free trial as well. Then came on here and realised the scam. I phoned the number and cancelled it. The woman wanted me to send back the empty box from the free trial and give her the tracking number. I told her it was a free sample and I wasn't going to pay to send back an empty box - after arguing she gave in and said I could keep the box. She cancelled the account and sent me confirmation email. I also cancelled my credit card just to be sure. I advise everyone to avoid this dodgy company like the plague!

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  133. Tom...
    Thanks to this site it appears I have saved money and time not ordering this.
    I was starting to be taken in (unusual for me) but I stuck with the adage that 'if it sounds too good to be true - it usually is' and decided to research it, thank god I did.
    Also on my mind was why are there loads of obesity programmes on TV and why are they at boot camp, having gastric bands or other stomach operations, why not just take Lean Muscle X..??

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