Should you sign up for the Crevalor trial offer?


Crevalor is a testosterone booster available for trial. Can it really give your natural testosterone levels the boost it needs? After-all these levels do drop as we age, meaning it is harder for us to gain muscle and strength.

Lets look at this supplement in more detail to see if there are any issues we need to be aware of.

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Claims made by Crevalor

As Crevalor is said to increase testosterone levels it supposedly offers the following benefits:

  • Explosive workouts
  • Powerful thermogenic (fat burning)
  • Better hormone production
  • Gain strength fast
  • Improve sexual stamina

While these claims sound impressive it is worth noting that claims like this mean nothing unless there is proof to back them up.

At the very least we should look at its ingredients to see if these claims are realistic or not.

Ingredients found in Crevalor

While there is no label, there is a list of some of Crevalor’s ingredients. They include L-Arginine, Ginseng, Tribulus Terrestris and Yohimbe.

It would be nice to see the dosages of these ingredient to check just how effective the supplement is, but based on this list alone I can say that there should be some benefit to using this supplement.

Whether it is enough to recommend its use is another matter though, I guess it all depends on how much the supplement will cost you.

How much does Crevalor cost?

The main issue with Crevalor is a total lack of information on its price, there is even a statement in its terms and conditions stating that they are unable to confirm their prices before accepting the order, which is very worrying.

What I do know is that Crevalor is an auto-ship program, again it is stated in the terms and conditions.

This means that signing up for this trial allows them to charge you whatever they like every month.

Is Crevalor a scam?

There are likely people who will sign up for this trial who will call it a scam.

This is simply due to a lack of upfront information on its true cost. I am amazed that so many people fall for schemes such as this.

Whenever you see the word ‘trial’ I suggest you either click off the website immediately, or at the very least read the T&Cs before you sign up. It is the only way to make sure you know what you are signing up for.

Contact details for Crevalor

You should use the following information if you wish to contact Crevalor:

Phone: 888-475-9303

I would love to hear your own opinion on Crevalor, please leave a short review below.

Click here for our guide to beating online scams.

If you have been put off by the lack of information on Crevalor but are still looking for a testosterone booster then I would recommend that you take a look at Testogen.

This supplement is made from proven ingredients and is available for a reasonable price with no auto-shipping, meaning the price you see is the price you will pay.

Click Here to Read Our Full Review of Testogen >>


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Hi, my name is Jonathan, a fitness blogger and bodybuilding enthusiast and I am the founder of Skinny2Fit. I want to provide you with easy access to good advice that is both simple and to the point. Helping you gain muscle mass and strength!


  1. The only thing I saw was a 30 day trial for the cost of shipping. I did see that I had to call within 14 days or they would charge my card, the price was 89.99 for each. I’m calling my card holder and reporting fraud and with holding this vital information.

    • I as well was deceived. I did not know i was signing up for a re-occurring subscription until they nailed me with 2 89.99 charges.

      Customer service was awful and they are charging me restocking fees and shipping back is at my cost.

      • I checked that reorder thing for almost 30 minutes. Did not find it and still can’t. They hit my card several times, then somehow got my credit card and cracked it 17 times. Never received one bottle.

    • after i got my $89.99 back i was then hit wiht a $19.99 charge for an ebook/magazine! This company has the most underhanded way of scamming money off people!

    • You aren’t the only one who has been scammed by the check out page , the ck out page was designed to draw your attention away from the small and innocent looking sentence that tells about where after the first 14 days trail period they will charge you for all 30 days supply . So much for all of us suckers there is no way to get your money back even if you call the company , their representatives will just read you a statement from the company directive just telling too bad!

  2. I ordered the trial and in less than 2 weeks, they started hitting the card I used for the intial purchase 9 times. Somehow, they got my credit card and hit that 17 times in 2 days. Never received 1 bottle for all the charges. Reported as fraud …. had to close bank account and credit card had to be cancelled. BE CAREFUL DEALING WITH THESE SCUMBAGS.

  3. Totally there to take your money! They hide every bit of information until it is to late. Crooks is what they are!. If you like throwing your money away and having pills that are filled with bunk powder go ahead try it today.. These people are not honest. Never buy this stuff. If you have close your bank account because all of your money is now there’s.

  4. ok so after reading this I called the customer service number above. Talked to a pleasant rep and asked her to cancel my next delivery. She did so with no problem and gave me 2 confirmation numbers. The only charge was 1.50 to cancel. We will see what the bank account says, but my dealings with them went well

  5. this place is a joke… they just keep trying to charge me and send me.sruff that I didnt order… Be careful who you trust with your info..

  6. I wish I had seen these comments before I went for the FREE TRIAL offer what a load of B.S. ,buried in the terms is where you find out you will be charged $90.00 a month for the FREE TRIAL and when you call them about being charged all you get is I’m sorry but you need to read All the fine print and tough shit about the money you have already lost . DON’T do business with these scammers .

  7. This is a scam. DONT DO IT. They took $190.00 & all they can say is sorry. THIS IS A SCAM. !!!! How do they sleep @ night. The caused me to over draft my checking account. And then hung up in my face !!!

    • I am going to pursue legal action for misrepresentation and misleading advertising. They obviously don’t believe in their own product or they wouldn’t need to scam money from customers. It’s unethical and typical from desperate companies with inferior products. Companies that believe in their products don’t need to stoop to fraud in order to sell their product.

  8. Yea they hit my account too for 89.00 and I’m going to my bank too report them for fraud too and I’m getting a lawyer and try to sue them they r some scamming scumbag piece of shits they need to get a real job and stop fucking people like that

  9. after reading the reviews, I cancel my order the same day I received product still having to pay $19.00 I was told that there will not be any other charge to my card.

  10. Okay, I admit I also fell for the scam. Ordered the 2 products a couple of weeks ago. No products. Thinking it was coming, UPS or FedEx, didn’t check the PO Box. I did, and it was there. Kind of excited to try the products, late at night. Went on line to find out only to find out that these bottles were 89.99 each. Checked my account, no charges yet. Got on the phone with Wells Fargo. Filed a claim for Fraud. When online, and the freakin charges showed up. In the morning, called the Fraud dept at Wells Fargo, and they said there was nothing they could do. The banker I was speaking to, was nice enough to call the number that was posted with my charges. She got throuhg and spoke to Martin. I’m sure that it shook them up a bit when the fraud dept. called. At first Martin said, that every thing was explained in the terms and conditions, which I don’t remember seeing. He said, he would give me a %50 refund. I said, no you will give me a %100 refund and the 3 magic words, Ariizona Attorney General. Once I dropped the AG’s office, Martin agreed to refund me %100. Thanks to Anna, at Wells Fargo, I’m suppose to be getting all my money back. Will wait and see. Has anyone used this stuff and seen the results they claim. Just curious. Will keep you posted.

  11. I understand the frustration in these messages. But, you guys need to learn how these sites function and work.

    For anyone crying “SCAM”, you didn’t scroll down their page and read the terms and conditions link. All of these trial sites have them. They all charge your cards automatically when your “trial” is up. Those that call their card companies on this place are technically in the wrong.

    I agree that this practice is shady. It’s meant to pry on those that don’t know/understand, and those that don’t read everything they sign.

  12. I got the same as everyone else. They charged me even before my 14 day trial was up? How is this possible? They also hung up on me when I asked to speak to a Manager. The sales rep said the manager is here but is gonna tell me the same thing she told me and hung up on me.

  13. Same story as everyone else. I didn’t read the fine print. I was able to cancel 30 minutes after the order was placed. You really have to be assertive with this people.

  14. I too didn’t read the fine print. I did cancel 15 minutes after I placed order. While I was on hold the Sales Dept. Which was listed in Beverly Hills, CA called and tried to sell me more product. She couldn’t cancel the order and transferred me back to customer service. I decided to leave number and they did call me right back! They cancelled the .99 cents billed to my card. I called my CC and they said there were two charges for .99! Be sure to get a confirmation number from them when you cancel and ask about all charges to account. It would be better to call your CC company before calling them. They might try to charge you from the second charge! If other charges appear after your cancellation dispute them with your CC company. This company is a scam! Buyer beware!

  15. I found out from charges being applied to my account without my understanding from my order of Crevalor and Megatropin. After i was charged 89.00 twice for the product i called customer service and the pretty much said i could not get a refund for my purchase because it was for trial purpose and was to be cancelled before the 14 day trial ended. I should of knew it was a scam from the start but after arguing my points i finally went to their REFUND Policy and found this statement which shows they are not following their own policies……………….

    3.2 REFUND POLICY. This exclusive offer is being made available to those persons willing to evaluate the product and determine its effectiveness in weight loss. Customer agrees to try the product and evaluate its performance before requesting a refund or cancellation. Please call Customer Care at (888) 475-9303 to make arrangement to receive Your refund. Shipping and handling fees are non-refundable.

    It clearly states that you must try the product before asking for a refund or cancellation. We i asked the customer rep about the policy the hung up on me not 2 but 4 times i tried to call and explain…… This is truly sad when people are scammed from Assholes like this… I’m thinking of seeking legal counsel cause its clearly False Advertising/////////

    • I got a bottle but when I tried to cancel they extended my trial period but when I didn’t cancel in time they charged me 29.97 and I don’t even get another bottle they said that charge was for the so called free trial bottle.

  16. thanks for all the feedback(s) I am reading.
    that crevalor site was too good to be true, but will be nice if it did all work out.

    anyone got any suggestions, what supplement works similar to the scamming website?
    something can be purchased locally in USA?

  17. BIG TIME SCAM. I cancelled right after I received the trial just so they wouldn’t start auto charging me. Use a pre-paid credit card for this type of transaction as companies like these tend to ignore cancellation requests which is exactly what they did.

    As an athlete, I tried it for the duration. It did nothing. It did not enhance my workouts nor did it live up to a single claim on their website.

    There is no doubt that the company hired professional before/after models to beef up their marketing. I cannot find a shred of scientific evidence which supports any of their claims.

  18. Yep complete shady ass bull shit move. They will charge you better off buying it at GNC or amazon somewhere other than the fake free trail who will just bend you over and ass rape you with unauthorized charges.

  19. DON’T TAKE CREVALOR, IT MADE ME SICK. At first i thought i was just not feeling well. so i rested for the day and didn’t take any supplements. the next day i was feeling myself again full of energy and ready to hit the gym. so i began the crevalor again that morning and within an hour i was sick again. i would not recommend crevalor to anyone. Also thank you for all your comments i will call them now and cancel. I didn’t realize, just as you all, that they would be charging for reoccurring shipments of this crap. funny thing is i wouldn’t have a problem paying reoccurring for something that worked.

  20. I haven’t had a negative experience with them. I just used a prepaid credit card from Wal-Mart. Never used my bank account because I smelled scam a mile away. However they cut my cost and offered my the product for just under $20 per bottle. The product to a degree actually works. I just use proper diet along with my exercise routine and I’ve lost 15 lbs.
    So i can’t say anything negative about it. But I can understand everyone else frustration. There customer service does suck A**!!

  21. This company is nothing but a rip off con , I just wish there was a way to make the company to refund our money back because of shitty business ideas


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