Is Nutra Tosterone a scam? Truth revealed inside

Nutra Tosterone

Is it possible to “build muscle fast”? Well, that is the claim being made by Nutra Tosterone.

While it is entirely possible for a supplement to speed up your muscle building efforts, it would need to include some proven ingredients, which is why it is never a good idea to rush into a purchase of a supplement purely based on its claimed benefits.

So is Nutra Tosterone recommended? I guess the only way to know whether it can do what it claims to do would be to look at the supplement in more detail.

We do not endorse trial offers. Click here to see which product we recommend as an alternative.

Claims made by Nutra Tosterone

Nutra Tosterone has made the following claims on their website:

  • Build lean muscle
  • Increase your strength
  • Improve endurance
  • Reinvent your body

Each of these claims sound impressive, but like I have already said it is important to look for proof of these claims. For example does it contain proven ingredients?

Ingredients of Nutra Tosterone

The ingredients of Nutra Tosterone are as follows:

Testofen, L-Arginine, Tribulus Terrestris, Rhodiola Crenulata, Vitamin B6 and Zinc Oxide.

While it would be nice to see the actual label these ingredients are pretty good and should help improve your muscle building efforts.

Just remember there is no such thing as a miracle supplement, you will need to put a lot of work in yourself.

Cost of Nutra Tosterone

The cost of Nutra Tosterone is surely going to lead to complaints as there is very little indication of its true cost.

For some they will sign up without reading the terms and conditions, which will be a big mistake.

Upon reading them you will discover just how much money this supplement is going to cost you. An astonishing £94.97 every month if you fail to cancel your trial within 14 days of signing up.

As Nutra Tosterone operates an auto-ship program these payments will continue until your membership is cancelled.

Is Nutra Tosterone a scam?

Auto-ship programs such as this have got a bad reputation for a reason. The fact the payment terms are hidden away is going to lead to complaints and while the ingredients may be good the cost is too high.

I suggest that you look for an alternative.

How to cancel your membership?

To cancel your membership I suggest you phone Nutra Tosterone on 0808-169-2024

There is also an email address that you may also want to try:

If you have been caught out by this trial offer then we would love to hear from you. Please leave a message below with your experiences.

Click here for our guide to beating online scams.

If you want to see real gains in both size and strength then I suggest that you look at the range of products sold online by Crazy Bulk.

D-BalFor instance D-Bal, which is a legal alternative to once popular steroid Dianobol, which is available for just £36.37 for a months supply.

Benefits that can be experienced through the use of D-Bal include:

  • Increased muscle strength and size
  • Improvements in nitrogen retention
  • Improved blood flow during workouts
  • No prescription needed
  • Comes in tablet form so no injections
  • 100% legal
  • Natural ingredients
  • Safe with no side effects

These supplements have numerous testimonials and photographs to show their benefits, so no wonder they come so highly recommended.

Unlike Nutra Tosterone these supplements are not available as a trial so you wont be caught out by any hidden charges, what you see is the price you will pay.

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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. I have been caught out by these 2 products, no2maximun and HT rush. I have ha to get my bank card changed to stop the payments because i have not been able to contact them on phone nor received reply to my e-mail.

    • Hi I ordered both Nutratosterone and Power Pro and called them up when I received my order. Managed to speak to guy and told him that I could not afford £200 each month for said products so he gave me 50% off. However, I am not willing to pay that much for supplements and have now cancelled bank card that I used to pay for both products. The guy at bank said that they can still take the payments in some circumstances. I have to call bank again tomorrow.

      Has anyone else had money taken out of their account despite cancelling bank card (as company have note of account number and sort code) ?

      • I used to work for a bank and what you do when you give your card details is authorise them to take what is called a ‘continuous authorisation’ which is kind of works like a direct debit but is much harder to stop. Cancelling your card won’t do anything as cancelled cards are all linked. They are like this in case, for example, you have a magazine subscription or something that you want to pay for every month but the. You lose your card and have to cancel it. The old card and your new card will then be linked for 12 months in case you forget to give the company your new card details. This allows them to keep getting their money off your old card details for a year. This is great for things you want to continue but a nightmare for things like this as continuous authorisations on a card can only be stopped with the company….your bank can do very little

  2. Absolute con artists. I ordered both as a trial until someone told me a monthly fee will be auto placed, I looked under t&c and indeed they were, then I called the number…all I got was I have to receive the items before cancelling, I said that’s why I’m ringing and they refused to cancel over and over again…so called bank to change the card number to stop it…beware!

  3. I’ve just received my 2 bottles of testerone and power pro. Can’t belive the price after the trail and I didn’t know it was going to charge you after.
    scamming little mugs!!!!!!!
    Goin to change my bank card before its too late

  4. just recieved the trial and i tried to cancel the order, they told me to wait 2 days before the end of the trial to cancel so i can enjoy the protuct there is no chance to cancel it before hands and plus they keep you on waiting to get money from the phone bill it`s a scam

  5. Everyone; be warned this ‘Power Pro’ is a complete fake and the company is a snake oil type enterprise. Luckily, after ordering the ‘free trial’ (after paying £5.99 for delivery with my credit card) I noticed that the terms and conditions hidden on another page said that they will automatically take £100 payments once a month, but will take the first payment after 14 days.

    There is truly no ‘free trial’ and to make things worse; the product they send is 90 capsules of fluffy white flour and glucose and nothing more. They try to encourage you to purchase another ‘free trial’ of ‘Nutra Tosterone’, but you’ll notice in the terms that they’ll deduct £200 from your credit card after 14 days and continue to deduct that amount each month. The fact that they’re fake pills makes it even worse!

    The product claims to have the following ingredients, but I can assure everyone that none of these are present: – even if they were (which they’re not), then the effect on the body has got absolutely nothing to do whatsoever with the false claims made by this company. For instance, L’Arginine AKG can be bought on Amazon for £15 and funnily enough; those products actually work.

    The product claims to have the following: L’Arginine AKG, L’Arginine HCL, D-Aspartic Acid, Citrulline Malate, L-Norvaline, Alhpa Lipoci Acid, L-Histisine, Vanadyl Sulfate, Spirulina, and Wheat Grass. I assure you that the product does not contain any of these.

    Thankfully, I cancelled my credit card and they weren’t able to steal any money. They even have the cheek of trying to charge £0.69 for each email they send to you! My credit card company informed me of this disgraceful attempt in addition to the fake product and scam. Luckily, I’d already cancelled.

    Be warned!!! Why do you think it’s not for sale anywhere else on the internet/shops and they keep on creating the same fake websites promoting the same lies…? If it sounds too good to be true, then it is!

  6. Hey, I ordered so of these pills and received them.. Haven’t tried the, yet, but do you think they might actually work?? Yes I know the scam is they charge you extra if you not cancel it, but if you get the RMA number then cancel, you can send back the empty bottles.. What if the pills actually are the real deal?? Thanks

  7. Hi, I bought the free trial and was billed on the 27th march, the bottles arrived on the 17th April (after the trial period, im in Australia). When opened i read the 14 day trial offer and auto sale bit, so i started trying to search for a home web site or USA state they were in for an area code to add to the phone number, all to no avail. I lucked upon this website to get the email above and sent them an email saying it took more than the trial time to reach me and i was unaware of the auto sale side of things, also that i would call them if they supplied the area code for an international call and would return the bottles unopened if they supplied the RMA and a return address. I received a quick response and long story short, with in 2 hours i had the RMA numbers for both bottles and a return address that i will post today and supply them with the tracker numbers, also a promise that they will not bill me further ( as long as i get that tracker number within 7 days) I dont know if these tablets work but the email address does, so be quick and polite in your replies to get yourself out of this auto sale.
    So a big thank you to for the email address.

    • Thank you John.
      Same thing happened to me, live in Australia and they took 16 days to reach me.
      Read about the auto sale and decided I didn’t want them so I sent them a polite email and I now
      have the RMS and return address!
      Thank you again

    • good on ya john thanks for sharing that mate, thought it was a one off payment then started looking up! sent them an email to cancel both within half an hour of signing up

    • hi, can you send me the details please as I want to cancel my subscription as well as I have received my Oder but I have unopened it and I want to return the parcel back.

      I’m also from Australia in Adelaide


  8. Not a fake ??? Check this page pretending to be Men’s Health Life *link removed* when you try to browse ANY other part of the website it takes you to the buying page for the fake products. Total scam !!

  9. Yes, I’ve been caught out by the apparent men’s health advertorial. I guess It’s fake.
    I hadn’t noticed the warnings till I got back home from holiday.
    Although I found the products did have an effect, they are nothing like as efficacious as they would have you believe.
    You get dinged a higher than advertised postal charge and currency transfer fee too, as well as payment for what you thought was free.
    Thanks to Skinny2fit for the e-mail address, that seems to get an auto response, at least, though whether I’ll get the auto-scam stopped is another matter.
    Shame, I might have continued buying if they were a genuine company, not scam artists.

  10. Follow up:
    Got a live, obviously foreign, email response, from “customer support”, who just insisted I need to get RMA numbers (which were supplied on request) to stop any auto billing. RMA numbers were sent at 3.30am, so unlikely to be a UK call centre, and they’ve changed the returns address.
    Probably too many scammers using Enfield Mailboxes Ltd already.
    It was also mentioned that they had tried to bill my debit card, and payment was declined.
    Seems like, as my bank use “verified by visa”, and they did not have actual authority, it was considered fraudulent. I’ll have to enquire next time I visit my branch. All in all, probably a success.
    I’ve sent the empties back, so let’s see if they pay me back 50% of the payment they couldn’t get! LOL!

  11. If you open the FREE sample bottles you owed them $94.60(x2)+4.90(x2)+0.99(x2) for each SAMPLE. Or don’t open it and pay S&H again to send it back. Either way IT IS A SCAM!



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