Is Pure Nitro Max a scam?

Is Pure Nitro Max a scam?

2015 is well underway and some of us are starting to get serious about out training, which means that we may be looking towards supplements to enhance our own efforts.

This is why supplements like Pure Nitro Max are so tempting as it is supposedly a “revolutionary product for those looking to gain extreme amounts of muscle”.

Unfortunately most products available for trial are not worth the effort and in reality will cost you a lot more than you would expect without the claimed benefits.

Can Pure Nitro Max live up to its claims or is it best avoided? These are the questions that we need to ask.

Claims made by Pure Nitro Max

Pure Nitro Max has made the following claims on its website:

  • Improves muscularity
  • Day-long perpetual release
  • Full body recovery
  • Boost your load capacity
  • Increase Nitric Oxide

While impressive sounding you have to worry about the professionalism of a company that claims to help increase your production of Nitric Oxide, yet fails to spell it correctly.

Ingredients found in Pure Nitro Max

Pure Nitro Max is made from a blend of different L-Arginine amino acids. Therefore I believe some benefits will be experienced when using this supplement.

Just remember supplements are not a replacement for proper nutrition and your own hard work.

Cost of Pure Nitro Max

The biggest issue you will find with Pure Nitro Max is its high cost, which is not immediately apparent.

In fact unless you read the terms and conditions you would be none the wiser about its cost.

Upon signing up to the trial offer there will be a charge of between $1 and $10 for the cost of shipping, then 14 days later you will be charged the full purchase price of $87.90.

As Pure Nitro Max is an auto-ship program you will find that you will be charged this extortionate fee every month afterwards while receiving a new package of the supplement.

Is Pure Nitro Max recommended?

If it were not for the high cost then Pure Nitro Max could be recommended. As it stands it is impossible to recommend.

As for its use of auto-shipping, this will surely lead to complaints from buyers who sign up to the trial without reading the T&Cs.

Contact details for Pure Nitro Max

To contact Pure Nitro Max or to cancel your trial you should phone the following number: 1 800-391-2180

Please leave a message for us below if you have been caught out by this trial offer.

Alternative to Pure Nitro Max

If you want an alternative to Pure Nitro Max then I suggest that you look no further than some of the products available to buy from Crazy Bulk.

Each of their products are legal alternatives to some of the most popular and powerful steroids available (such as D-Bal for example), so you can expect to see some huge gains in both size and strength.

As they are only available to buy outright you can relax knowing you wont be charged for anything you didn’t order with no hidden or repeat charges.

Click here to read our review of D-Bal!


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18 comments on "Is Pure Nitro Max a scam?"
  1. Pnm does increase everything like stated but after taking it myself for 7 months became ill and you are correct how they get u every month with an outrageous charge on your c. Card

    • I couldn’t find a decent review anywhere so I’m going off yours. I purchased the trial and canceled soon as I got my trials worth. Did you notice results within that time period, while on the trial?

  2. The scam is after 14 days you are charged this crazy amount for a bottle that was supposed to be free for a trial because you didn’t cancel, I canceled on the 15th day because I forgot and didn’t know, I was still charge 89.00 for the (free bottle) what a joke. I would understand if I received a 2nd bottle which I did’nt.

  3. I got scammed by this offer. It was also difficult to cancel the account. They first offer 25% off the charged price to continue. Then 35%. Then 50%, Then, and finally, 75% off. After accepting the final offer, I was able to cancel the account, but I got nicked for the full price two months in row. STAY AWAY from this offer!!

  4. I too got taken from their deceitful practice. I tried to cancel twice, they said it could’nt be done.
    I called my CC and bank reps, put a stop payment, and reported this company to the UK fraud dept. BEWARE of this free trial.

  5. Didn’t notice the automatic charge. Glad this site pointed that out will be calling to cancel that order in the morning.

  6. What a scam. Tried to order Pure Nitro Max. Got switched to Test X. Printed out the recipt and read the find print tha I will be billed $81.49 per month. Don’t want this so I have been on hold for 20 minutes so far trying to cancel my order.

  7. I ordered the free sample and got the full charge 14 days later. I have been trying to contact them now for 3 days. I got another full charge today! I have cancelled me credit card and reordered a new one. Hopefully this will stop the over billing but now I am out $360.00. Still have to been able to cancel the order.

  8. Lost contact info on these guys. How can I stop the bleeding.

  9. How can I stop the bleeding and be rid of these guys.

  10. there ad say to take two a day and the free offer says they will ship 60 pills. However when I got my shipment they only sent one bottle (30 pills) So going to call them and cencel all furture orders. If they lie about the shipment then the pill can not be any good. To band I can’t get my shipping and handling fee back.

  11. This is a joke don’t buy it states you only pay for the shipping for the trail but exactly at midnight on the dot on the 15th day you get hit for a $89 charge. After i ordered the product i checked up the products reviews (my fault though i should of done that before hand) but still i remembered seeing on the reviews that it was 30 days but i guess i might of been mistaken. DON’T GET THIS ITS A WASTE OF MONEY AND TIME NOT TO MENTION THE STRESS.

  12. Yep….they got me and nope haven’t noticed any changes. I cancelled the order a day too late supposedly. Could have sworn it said I had 30days. The best way to stop a reoccurring bill envelope though they said it’s cancelled is to change the card #. Which I will be doing next. If you block them they will just charge under a different name…that’s more than likely why they have so many products.

  13. These guys are a big scam in big ways. Like otjers have said. take two a day yet they only send one bottle of 30. Also like others. got the bill for the bottles on the 14th day for the free trial bottle. They said I had to cancel within 14 day. I called on the 14th day. Per them the 14th day ends at * A M eastern time. So in truth you have to cancel in 13days. I had to cancel my CC to stop from getting more orders. Got to wait and see what the CC card does. Yep you got It. Saw no different in taking the pills.

    Now I had to call about 6 different numbers to get the right place. save time call this number first.1-800-391-2180. Yea the sales rep was one first class rude person.

  14. Huge scam. Like the other comments say, they charge you crazy amounts after 14 days of a 30 day trial. It’s ridiculous. Over $160 got taken out of my account without any warning. They are a joke, a huge scam and a complete waste of time. Customer service was absolute garbage and extremely rude. Couldnt get a refund either for the worthless pills.

  15. What they’re doing sounds pretty illegal. And unethical to me. They should have been reported and investigated a long time ago.

  16. I was scammed by this and had two $80 plus charges show up on my account that I did not authorize. Sneaky scam with a “trial” that leads to more charges. Outrageous!

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