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Should you sign up for a free bottle of Power Max 360?

Should you sign up for a free bottle of Power Max 360?

Power Max 360 claims to help you “get 30% more muscle mass in 30 days or less”, which sounds incredibly impressive. It is also being offered for free, so whats the catch?

In this review we will look at this supplement in more detail to see if it can back up its claims with science, and also whether we would recommend it or whether it is just another scam.

Claimed benefits of Power Max 360

The following claims have been made by Power Max 360:

  • Look up to 52% more ripped
  • Increase athletic endurance up to 42%
  • Reduce after workout fatigue by up to 35%

While impressive sounding I would be wary about any product that uses percentages for benefits that can’t really be measured.

They just sound made up and make me doubt that Power Max 360 offers any real benefit. However, I would need to look at the ingredients used by this supplement to see if my concerns have any substance.

Ingredients found in Power Max 360

Although the website states that Power Max 360 is made from an “all-natural formula made to boost your testosterone, build you lean muscle and get you ripped” there is not one mention of what these ingredients are.

Not only do we need to see what the supplement is made from to check whether it can do what it claims to do, but we also should be able to see if any of the ingredients could potentially cause harm.

True cost of Power Max 360

If you believe the website then you may believe that Power Max 360 will not cost you a penny, this is because there are numerous instances where it is stated to be “risk free”

Unfortunately this is not the case, as risk free does not mean that the trial costs nothing. In fact it couldn’t be further from the fact.

The reality is that Power Max 360 will likely cost a lot more than you bargained for. Unfortunately as the terms and conditions are not available to view there is simply no way of knowing how much it will cost you.

Looking at similar offers that we have reviewed Power Max 360 more than likely works as an auto ship program whereby once signed up you will charged a monthly subscription fee to receive more packages.

These monthly payments vary but are often a lot more than the supplement is actually worth, and certainly more than free.

Is Power Max 360 a scam?

There is nothing to recommend about Power Max 360, there is no ingredient information and there is currently no way of knowing how much you are going to be charged for trying this product.

In my opinion you should give this a wide berth and look for an alternative with proven results.

Contact details for Power Max 360

As with the ingredients and cost there is no mention of how to contact Power Max 360. The link at the very bottom to ‘customer services’ does not work.

This is yet another reason to avoid this offer.

Alternative to Power Max 360

A proven alternative to Power Max 360 is D-Bal, which you can buy online from the Crazy Bulk website.

This particular supplement has been shown to cause significant strength and muscle growth so comes highly recommended.

You only need to look at the user testimonials and photographs to see just how effective this supplement can be for giving you the gains you desire.

Click here to read our review of D-Bal!

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16 comments on "Should you sign up for a free bottle of Power Max 360?"
  1. Website states…For the 14-day trial, you will be charged £4.95 today for shipping & handling of a 30 day supply of PowerMax360. If the order is not canceled before the end of the trial period, on the 15th day, you will be charged £89.95 for the bottle you received and the charge will reoccur monthly until canceled as we will continue to ship you a new months supply. You may contact our customer service department using our toll free phone number 1-877-433-2774,,,SO IT’S DEF NOT FREE!!!!!!

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    • Trying to call Canada when you call the phone just cuts off when you call England you get answer machine and then cuts of …its a big scam

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    • Wish I had read this earlier, had to get my bank to stop further deliveries, they refunded the cost of one I had to pay the return postage the 3rd won I did not accept GPO £19 duty so I did not collect it at the sorting office, but no refund on the “free” sample allin total cost just over £100 some free gift! I only took it because the e-mail said a gift from TESCO

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  2. I’m trying to cancel my order of power max 360 and it won’t let me do it can anyone help please

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    • You guys have any luck cancelling the subscription? ive been doing the trial for about a week, dont really feel any difference in my workouts atall. Definitely not paying £89 for this. If you had any luck could you please let me know the best route to do this. Could i just cancel through my bank? Cheers much appreciated

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    • Any luck?

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    • CANCEL YOUR DEBIT OR CREDIT CARD OR ASK TO SPEAK TO YOUR BANK;S FRAUD DEPT.

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  3. how can i unsubscribe???????? i dont need anymore? i got charged 230 euro,,,,,,is not possible without my permission!

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  4. My bank can stop future payments but unable to receive payment back. As terms and conditions were not read. Cause there unavailable to see. Everyone that fell for this scam please post it all over Facebook to stop others getting caught out. I will now try contacting the police cause this is fraud!!

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  5. Thanks for comments was considering the “free” offer obviously will not do so now.

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  6. I contactedvmy bank the same day to cancel any further payments. As after purchasing I then realised it could be a scam. The Lloyd bank were brilliant and cancelled any further payments

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  7. Hi guys!

    I don’t know at what day exactly you asked for refunding but I have contacted with their UK number as soon as I have seen the tricky details of terms and conditions thanks to this website.

    I have written emails and called them in first 10 days, and today (15th day) I got my 180GBP back to my account.

    Just, for those who will have a similar issue in the future: do not lay off on demanding your refunding! Good luck to all!

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    • Hi there

      Could you possibly give me there UK phone number and email please! All the numbers I have tried are “not recognised”

      Many thanks

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  8. And plus,

    Asking your bank or visa/American express or even trading standards to get your money bank didn’t work for me even the money was suspending in my account to be sent in future.

    Same answer: if it was on the terms and conditions talk to the merchant!

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  9. Hi everyone. I saw this product online after filling out a questionnaire but only asking for a few pounds for delivery. Unknowingly like you’ve already said i was charged £85.00 plus £5 for delivery. I wasnt gonna have this, so I contacted my bank and stated that the above amount which was debited out wasnt authorised by my wife or myself. Lloyds bank was great and took the matter seriouly as this was an act of fraud and immediately cancelled my card and direct debit with this company and effectively received a full refund the next working day. However, I was redirected to another Web page about receiving another product again only paying a few pounds for the delivery and again I did. Only a few days ago I received a royal mail delivery card through the door stating I missed a delivery and after paying £20 for the customs duty on the product on collection only to receive the same powermax 360 bottle. So essentially its a scam and dont get ripped off. Stay safe and be careful about these online questionnaires for receiving free gifts as it not free and will cost you more. Ps when contacting your banking only state that you dont recognise the transaction and wasn’t authorised by yourself and nothing else, they will see this as fraud. Thanks

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