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Anyone who has ever wanted to gain muscle size and strength have dreamt of using a product that can maximise their workouts. Could Nutra Pump be just what you are looking for?
Well, unfortunately despite its claimed benefits there are doubts that it is as effective as claimed, with some reports even suggesting that this supplement is a scam. What is the truth though, should Nutra Pump really be avoided at all costs?
Claims made by Nutra Pump
Nutra Pump has claimed the following on their website:
- Build lean muscle
- Gain insane strength
- Boost endurance and power
- Enhance your libido
Whether these claims are accurate remains to be seen. We would first need to look at the ingredients found in Nutra Pump before we come to any conclusions.
Ingredients of Nutra Pump
Nutra Pump has a picture of its ingredients on its website, which shows that it contains Arginine and Citrulline as well as a number of antioxidants.
It is said that these ingredients will help relax the smooth muscle around your vessels allowing more nutrients and oxygen to be delivered to your muscles.
This process allows you to experience the increased strength, power and endurance you desire.
Cost of Nutra Pump
As Nutra Pump is available on a free trial you may wrongly believe that it will cost you nothing, well unfortunately this is not the case.
For a start the cost of the trial is not free as you will have to pay postage costs of £5.94.
The trial period itself will only last 14 days from the initial time of ordering, which when you count the time of delivery does not give you a lot of time to try the product.
Once this trial period ends you may be surprised to learn that you will be charged £94.98.
This information is hidden away in the terms and conditions, which we all must agree that no one ever reads.
The manufacturers are counting on this fact as the free trial will entice people to sign up, only to then be charged the full purchase price, which in my opinion is too expensive.
Another fact hidden away in the T&Cs is that signing up for this trial also means that you are signing up for an auto-ship program whereby you will be sent another package every month, along with the huge bill until you cancel your membership.
In some instances you may find that hundreds of pounds could be lost, especially by those who do not check their account statements regularly.
Is Nutra Pump a scam?
There is no doubt in my mind that those who have unwittingly signed up for this offer are going to feel aggrieved and will likely call Nutra Pump a scam.
Unfortunately what they are doing is not illegal, although a little unethical, as their payment terms are clearly laid out in the T&Cs.
Always read the terms and conditions if they are available, trial offers such as this will almost always cost more than you originally thought.
Contact details for Nutra Pump
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Alternative to Nutra Pump
It is possible to experience all the benefits claimed by Nutra Pump without it costing you the earth.
Another supplement called HGH-X2 (sold by Crazy Bulk) can also help you to experience the same benefits by boosting your natural HGH levels.
Unlike Nutra Pump, HGH-X2 is not available on trial so you can buy it without worrying that your bank account will be charged excessively each month.