Is the Power Precision free trial offer a scam?

Power Precision

Power Precision is a supplement designed to accelerate your transformation into a lean, mean muscle bound hunk.

However despite its impressive claims there is a doubt in my mind that this supplement is not all that it is made out to be.

Perhaps the fact that it is made available as a trial has clouded my mind, as often these kind of trials are a cover for a scam.

Let us look at Power Precision in more detail before we make our final decision whether it is a scam or not.

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

Claimed benefits of Power Precision

The following claims have been made on the Power Precision website:

  • Increase muscle growth
  • Burn fat faster
  • Safe and all-natural
  • Boost energy levels
  • Improved sexual performance

Now, these claims sound quite impressive, however without first looking at the ingredients found in Power Precision it is impossible to verify them.

Ingredients used to make Power Precision

There is very little information regarding the ingredients found in Power Precision, although there is an image of the bottle that shows that it contains 100% Nitrous Oxide, although it is more commonly called Nitric Oxide in muscle building supplements.

The bottle of Power Precision also indicates that Glutamine, L-Arginine HCL and Essential Amino Acids can be found in the formula.

With this information at hand it is possible that some benefits will be experienced. In particular if you stick to a healthy diet full of proteins and workout regularly.

Cost of Power Precision

On first view you will believe that Power Precision is available as a free trial. Unfortunately this is simply untrue.

For a start to receive the trial product you will have to pay a small shipping and handling fee, which is unfortunately not mentioned.

Furthermore after the 14 day trial period has elapsed your card will subsequently be charged $74.95, which is the full purchase price.

Signing up for the Power Precision trial means that you have also signed up for an auto ship program whereby you can be charged each and every month thereafter until your membership is cancelled, which for some could result in hundreds of dollars being lost.

Is Power Precision a scam?

Although Power Precision have covered themselves legally there is no doubt in mind that if you have signed up for this offer you are going to feel annoyed and will claim that you have been scammed.

Trial offers like this are not recommended and usually cost a lot more than you originally thought.

Contact details for Power Precision

You can contact Power Precision using the following information:

Telephone no/s:

Buy HGH-X21-800-381-8791 (US & Canada)
+1-315-552-9006 (Worldwide)
1-800-816-124 (Malaysia)
1-800-731-564 (Australia)
0-800-098-8501 (UK)
800-852-3872 (Singapore)
0800-900047 (France)

There is also an option to cancel your membership online. This can be found at the very bottom of the website in a small font next to the terms and conditions link.

If you have signed up for this trial offer please leave a comment below so that we can hear about your experiences.

Click here for our guide to beating online scams.

If you want to experience the same benefits as Power Precision without having to sign up for an auto ship program then I recommend that you take a look at HGH-X2 (can be bought online via the Crazy Bulk website).

This supplement has been shown to help naturally boost your HGH levels, which will provide numerous health benefits including increased muscle and strength gains.

Click Here to Read Our Full Review of HGH-X2!

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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 add line says it all “get ripped ” (off) product did not live upto expectations just caused hair loss and poison feeling sweats etc, Free trial wasn’t free as misleading advertising was obviose but money back guarantee should have given peace of mind , here they offered partial refunds increasing if you accept now then when product was returned they said they did not receive the return and have not returned the money or replied to further emails , BEWARE THIS IS A SCAM,

  2. oh my god i am one of the silly batch that falls into this scam TRAIL BOTTLE lucky i found out early enough i have already do a cancellation and now waiting for the refund hope they dont play me out

  3. Went on a link, started filling in information, changed my mind and decided against it and closed the page. Somehow they called me, stupidly I signed up for it. Gave them my card details, they charged me for the product and shipping coming to around £11 as it was for Vimax and Power Precision. All I received was the Power Precision, still waiting a week later for the Vimax and nothing yet. Very annoyed at myself with this, I feel utterly stupid. I am assuming they have now charged me the £89.99 monthly fee after the 10 or 14 days they mentioned on the phone, even though around £120 went missing from my account and there is no record of it on my online banking records. It just vanished. Tried to call them and cancel it but there was no answer.

    I am extremely pissed off and I want my money back.

    • Hi,
      Your comment really saved my money as I was about to buy it but decided to google some negative reviews first.
      I asked the auto ship question because of you and indeed, it is a scam!
      I dont’t know who you are, but really hope that you have received your money back or at least stopped the billing.
      Thanks a lot for the review.

  4. I have been had. I have received the “FREE” trial bottle, tried the thing, gives me nausea, does not work for sure, and my card has been debited monthly with an exorbitant amount of money if you think I am in South Africa / Namibia.
    hope I can get my money back

  5. I have also been charged €62 about 2weeks ago which I only noticed on my statements today. I have emailed them asking for a refund and am hoping they will oblige.!!!!!!!!!!!SCAMM!!!!!!!

  6. I have been charged €72 for a free trial and tablets aren’t working how do I cancel subscription.I would like to cancel please

  7. I also fell for this stupid scam. I got a bad feeling as soon as i had ordered this product. Googled up and found out that it was a scam. I emailed them and canceled the subscription, i hope that will be enough and that i wont see a billing in a couple of weeks..

  8. Is this really a scam? Anyone in Namibia can you guys please help i realy want buy this but dont want to be scamed can you please email me @ Carlos

  9. This shit is definitely a scam! A 30 day free trial but they charge you after 14 days? Also it’s in small font so you can barely see it. They took $97.99 from my account and they’re not giving it back! No refund policy. Spread the word.

  10. Yep! I got caught too thinking it was a free trial offer and am now getting auto billed over $150.00US/ month????
    No I have to try to find a way out of this mess… God Bless America????????????


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