Ultramuscle Testo Max Trial Offer Review: Is it a scam?

Ultramuscle Testo Max

Ultramuscle Testo Max offers a range of benefits that will surely entice people desperate to gain muscle into signing up for its trial.

Before you fall for these claims, I would suggest that you read the following review first.

We will look more closely at this supplement, to first see if it works as claimed, and also to look to see if the product itself is affordable.

In the past we have been shocked by just how expensive these types of offer are.

Please read on to uncover the truth behind the hype.

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

Claimed benefits of Ultramuscle Testo Max

According to its website, using Ultramuscle Testo Max will ensure you experience the following user benefits:

  • Build lean muscle
  • Gain insane strength
  • Boost endurance
  • Get ripped
  • Burn more fat
  • Enhance sex drive

To check that these claims are accurate your next step should be to look more closely at this offer. And whether the ingredients used are up to scratch.

Ingredients found in Ultramuscle Testo Max

Unfortunately there is not a lot of facts available regarding the ingredients used, just a lot of hype.

We would hope to see a label, or even a list of ingredients, but neither are available. What we have instead is a few sentences that basically state that the formula contains “super-active amino acids”.

This is not enough information to prove the claims, and leaves me wondering if any actual benefit can be gained from its use.

I would also be concerned that this supplement could potentially contain ingredients that could cause side effects. We just don’t know what effect this product will have, whether good or bad.

Price of the Ultramuscle Testo Max trial

If you are expecting this to be a free trial then you are going to be disappointed. Most trial offers are not free, and their true price is likely to shock you.

To discover the true cost of Ultramuscle Testo Max you should spend a moment or two reading through its terms and conditions page.

These T&Cs state that there is a £3.95 charge to pay when you first sign up. This is to cover the cost of delivery.

Once this initial charge has been paid you will have 14 days to decide if this product is for you. You will need to contact them to cancel during this trial period, otherwise you will be charged again.

The second charge is £79.95, and you will also find that you will be automatically added to an auto-ship program at the conclusion of the trial.

This means that every month thereafter you will be sent further monthly packages at full price. With these additional deliveries continuing until you contact them to cancel your subscription.

Is the Ultramuscle Testo Max trial offer a scam?

There are some serious issues that stop me from recommending this offer.

Not only is there almost zero ingredient information available, but the cost of this offer is too high as well. The use of auto-shipping is the final straw, and one that is likely to lead to customer complaints.

I would recommend avoiding this offer, there are better and more affordable options available.

Contact details for Ultramuscle Testo Max

To cancel this trial offer you will need the following contact information:

Phone: 0800 909 8498
Email: contactus@bneessentials.com

If you have signed up to this offer then we would love to hear what you though about this product. Please use the comment form found below to leave your own review.

D-BalD-Bal (available from Crazy Bulk) is our recommended alternative.

It is made from proven ingredients that have been shown to mimic the effects of the banned anabolic steroid Dianabol.

The benefits on offer include:

  • Muscle and strength gains
  • Increased nitrogen retention
  • Improved protein synthesis
  • Improved blood flow and oxygen retention

Unlike the steroid it is based on, D-Bal is completely safe to use and is also legal too.

As it is not available for trial there is no hidden charges or auto-shipping to worry about.

Click Here to Read Our Full Review of D-Bal >>




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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. You have no record of me when i call your number but your company has taken money out my account on 4 occasions? When I call about it you can’t help?!

  2. I have also been scammed by this company I called them up to cancel and they apologised and said I would receive a full refund with in 7 days I’m still waiting 10 days and I keep getting told it’s in the hands of customer service ITS A SCAM DO NOT SIGN UP TO THIS!!!!


  4. These people take large amounts of money from you I’m still waiting for all my money to be refunded they still have not put it back it’s a con

  5. I have now waited 18 days for the refund they just keep robbing me off Every time I call, there number will be on your statement to call them as the number above is also fake next step turn up at there office.

  6. I too was caught but I got through to my credit card provider whilst the money was still pending! They have froze the payment thankfully I’ve got this in time although they will try take money every month! My credit card provider said they will credit my account when they do unless I can cancel, which I can’t so just a bit annoying to look at on statements! But at least all they got was £4 off me and I got the tablets so they worse off not me lol

    • The same thing happened to myself !!
      At the moment I have 4 phone numbers,,
      0800 023 9133 received from my bank
      0800 023 9116 from a dispatch note??
      0800 909 8498
      0800 909 8497
      Even the email address is a con

  7. Please do not send me a further supply of your Ultramuscle tablets. And do not try charging my account a further £79.99 for the second payment. My doctor has told me as I have health problems and take 32 tablets a day. He has told me that at this time it would be very stupid on my behalf. So please do not send me any more of your tablets as they are not required at this time. Thanks.

  8. Then are con men they send you some pills then take large amounts of money out of your account.when asked.for a refund they just fob you off with its in process with no intention to pay you.they are thieves.

  9. Absolute SCAMMERS – DO NOT ACCEPT ANY TRIAL OFFER FROM THEM. I was offered this product at a discounted price of £1.50. I then got charged another £1.00 for something and another £3.50, I suppose for shipping. I sent them an e-mail immediately and within the 7 so-called trial period, and demanded an immediate refund. I received an e-mail from them claiming that I had opened an account with them but, as I have cancelled within the 7 days they will not send me any further products and no further payments will be deducted. To my horror, I today found that they have made 2 further charges of £92.00 and £95.00.
    I have contacted my bank and put a block on these cheating bastards, and open a dispute against them. Please stay away from these scammers. Regards. J. K

  10. Rubish company. Said me ,they will give me back refund in 14days,now is one month gone ,but I’m still waiting .every time too many reasons,why I still need wait .. They took from my account £154 ,about rubish pills-and gave promise about refund.. IF YO DON’T WANT GIVE BACK MY MONEY TELL ME THAT STRAIGHT AWAY !

  11. Rubish company . I’m waiting 1 month for refund,they just give me every time promise-that will be back soon as possible.every time same . First they said in 14 days back will be all my £154 about rubish pills,make me only stupid. Rubish

    • They won’t do that – I stupidly fell for it too & they took £90 odd from my account. I’ve tried to call / email them today but no response, so I called my bank & put a stop to any more repeat payments!

  12. Scam,scam,scam.. take a lots of money from your bank account about nothing,after say will give refund but after just wait same like stupid your refund 1year ? cheaters

    • To cancel you must use the contact details provided in the above review. We do not endorse this offer, and are not linked to it either.

  13. Dear sir
    On my return after a few day away i found a parcel from you containing 2 bottles of Muscle Building tablets I did NOT order these what i asked for was a free sample of your E D supplement(VIDHIGRA .so I wish to cancel any further orders of this product i can only think that this procedure is a CON TO SELL THIS PRODUCT I have informed my bank that no more payments to be made. as i am a pensioner there is no way i would buy muscle builder I AM IN THE PROCESS OF GETTING IN TOUCH WITH THE TRADING STANDARDS OFFICE to find out if this transaction is legal Cancel any further orders

    yours truly Mr K Evans

    • To cancel you must use the contact details provided in the above review. We do not endorse this offer, and are not linked to it either.

  14. CON ARTISTS they sent me the wrong tablets,and today i noticed in my bank 2 payments pending £92 & £95 ,my bank gave me a number but no answer…..they are SCUM OF THE EARTH…..

  15. Excellent review – It is of course like Amazon Music (only that was £9.99) a scam with hidden T&C no website – it is for sale and no justification for the £79.50 charge etc etc. especially as the same product is sold on Amazon around £20. I contacted Barclaycard and them Visa when that amount appeared on my Statement. Phoned their number and they say it has been cancelled forward but not back. I returned the free sample and order delivered not ordered. If you receive a parcel via Hermes refuse to sign for it as fraud. They have to return it. Barclaycard have phoned me today and said they will refund the 2 payments. Waiting to see. The law should be changed to protect against these fraudsters. NEVER take a free sample/postage only.
    No idea if the product is any good returned them anyway as gelatine capsules. Don’t go for slaughterhouse leftovers – vegan.

  16. Please take note that you are in breach of your obligations,We invite you to remedy the breach by immediately
    taking steps to do the following, repay the dept of £217.00 which you stole from my account.
    If I have to go to Cyprus to get my money then so be it, expect a knock on your door soon
    You are nothing but total Rogues,and for the girl who answers the phone and sends lying emails she is just as bad.

    • Jim, please be aware that this page is a review. We do not endorse trial offers like this. If you have had no luck contacting them, then I would suggest speaking to your bank.

  17. Scam… They promised me half a refund after 2 weeks. 12 weeks later after repeated calls I spoke to their “manager Danielle” she was a a total bitch to talk to! Said I wasn’t owewd a refund! They took over £600 off me!! It’s a scam!!! I hope the rot in hell

  18. unfortunately ive been conned as well i ordered the trial pills and was charged a small amount for postage which was fine but then 7 days later they took 2 more payments from my bank account one for £92 00 and one for £95 00 i called them and they said they would put the money back in to my account but they ave’nt ive now called them on 6 occassions and ive been told they would put the money back but i cant see it happening
    Basically your dealing with a well organised bunch of crooks who have no morals or scrupals all we can do is hope and pray they get caught and put in prison for there crimes but i somehow fear that will not happen again lesson learnt just dont have any dealings with these companies like this.

  19. Definitely a scam just found out i was charged £95+4 even when i cancelled before the 14 day trial period…i am now disputing the charge..dont fall for this…listen to us guys!!

  20. Hi my order no is 6-25130 I ordered supercharge and ultramuscle shred I would like to cancel my order for any more of this product many thanks

    • John, this page is a review of a product we do not endorse. I would recommend using the contact details provided in the above review.

  21. Hi Everyone M A DAVIES HERE
    Please read my comment above as regards to this bunch of crooks then i will tell you how i got my hard earned cash back.
    First i called my bank customer services department and they were brilliant i told them about the scam and also that i had called this bunch of crooks on many occasions and was promised a full refund which never happened you must tell your bank you have called the scammers then your bank will open up a disputes case basicaly what my bank did was go directly to the scammers bank and spoke to them and as most banks dont want to be associated with this type of scamming there bank refunded all the money back to my bank account and i must say in record time as well.
    so first and foremost give this way a go see how you get on its well worth a try.

  22. Like most of the previous comments I too wish to cancel further supplies of these tablets and am returning the recently received order. I intend getting in touch with my bank and credit card to inform them of my decision.

    • Tom, we do not endorse trial offers like this. I would recommend using the contact details provided in the above review to cancel. I would also recommend that you speak to your bank.

  23. This is a serious scammers at work here . They took £95 and £92 pounds from my account on the 29th of June and l called them they told me they’ll refund me in 10 to 14 working days. When I called today the lady who answered told me they’re experiencing delays and that l should wait till Wednesday. WHY ???

  24. My husband is in the process of trying to get his money back at the moment and never even signed up to them and still got hold of his bank details after seeing this on here and had to go back to the bank to explain that to them as our bank is not helping us

  25. you sent me a free trial,but i never said i wanted any more .its a big scam, i want m y money back as i shall be going to the police about your scam.just recieved a package i did not order and want to know where to send it back to. you have taken money out of my account which you did not have permision to do

  26. DONNIE Campbell
    I to got scamed by them I phoned them and was told I can’t get money back my bank has put a stop on them they are nothing but low life scum.

  27. Hi this is serious scamer here took money from my acc 92, or 99 i did not ordered I called in th bank Bank about scam they said put Money back my acc with in 3 days ?

  28. Ive been scammed
    £200 per month
    Will return and see what happens
    I’m going to hang around the post office box and grab anyone who empties it

  29. Get in touch with the fraud squad
    They are pure crooks £400.00 pound they took from my account it’s only garlic and water cress.I’m sure the md will be doing a lengthy prison sentence soon.

  30. Yes they are a scammers, common thieves. They stole £99.00 from me.
    Do not buy anything from this company.
    My bank has told me they are being investigated by trading standards.

  31. Chaps… I’ve had the same issue. Just call your bank and report this as a scam. They will ask a few questions relating to dates of transactions and when you cancelled. They will then put a block on your account to ensure that no further funds leave your account for ULTRATK. I have also had my money refunded to me by the bank. Good luck

  32. i ordered from this company ultramusclebrands.com on 22/9/2018, after ordering and i sent order off ,i went into their terms and conditions to find that this company wants to hold you to a subscription of hundreds of pounds taken from your bank account each month. Now they did not have anything about this on the page that you made order from it is hidden in the terms and conditions. Like most of us that have made orders from this website do not check before we order because these terms are not put up on the page that we ordered from,but only stating a free trial! like some of you i to got scammed also, the product only cost £3.50 but yet still they billed me for £5.then they have the cheek to want to take £99.00 from my bank account each month these people are scammers. I have also called them to cancel this order before it was sent to me and they refused to cancel it, it was still sent to my address and i intend to send it back to them. i have now contacted my bank to stop all future payments going to this company. So please do not allow them to continue to take money from any more of you stop them by contacting your banks and shut this scam down!

  33. Hi there I to was scammed by a company called ULTRA MU/GT who sent me 2 tubs of tablets which they said I had ordered through a product trial charging me initially for transport costs of £3.75 and a further £1.25 for joining the trial followed by a further £99.00 charged to my visa account but unknown to them I have a security number that must be used to authorise visa to make any payment over £50 with card not present.
    I was on holiday when this transaction was trying to be made and visa automatically contacted me and stopped the payment and at the same time blocked my card and reissued me a new one.
    This transaction has now been passed onto the fraud squad via visa security.
    The address for this company is
    20/22 WELTON ROAD

    • This address in invalid.
      There is no Welton Rd in Islington.
      The postcode given N1 7GU is Wenlock Rd, Islington and are apartments.

      Does anyone have an actual address???

      They are currently publishing a ‘Returns’ address which is:
      PO Box 7628,
      MK11 9LF.

      Clearly making actually tracing them as difficult as possible!





  35. You tried to get 99 pounds out of my account today but the fraud department of my bank noticed it and got in touch with me before you got the cash which you didnt and wont. You dont even answer your phone . Low life arseholes. Remove my details now you cunts

  36. 18.10.2018 – Ordered ‘free trial’ pills with P&P to pay only according to the advert.
    24.10.2018 – Pills arrived but with two additional products that I hadn’t ordered..!
    01.11.2018 – Spotted two strange transaction in our account and then noticed a new standing order had been set-up. Contacted the bank and they explained that it had been taken from and set-up using my Visa card. Bank immediately stopped the transaction and refunded the money (£99 & £94). Bank also cancelled my Visa card so no money for these robbing b*st*rds!
    02.11.2018 – Contacted the pill supplier, (Ultra TR, Ultra TX, Ultra MV, Ultra TK, Ultra MU or Ultra GT…?) and got the stock answer: ” You should have read the T&Cs’ before you ordered as it state clearly what you are signing up for”. Bank have also sent a fraud report form to complete. Local Police contacted and they have also sent a fraud report form for completion. Collating as much information as I can about this scam and forwarding it to the Trading Standards so watch this space…!

  37. Hi,
    It’s BJ again, as previously stated in other peoples and my own comments, there are no ingredients labelled on the pill containers. As they are advertised as ‘fat-burning, weight reducing pills etc.’ the ingredients must be clearly identified on the container because some ‘fat burners’ can be extremely dangerous to human health especially if you have a long term medical condition that you medicate for using prescription medicines.
    DNP (Dinitrophenol) is an industrial chemical that is not fit for human consumption. When consumed, DNP can be extremely dangerous to human health, and can even lead to coma or death. ‘Fat-burner’ products containing DNP appear to be marketed at those looking to lose weight, as well as those in the bodybuilding community. Supplying products containing DNP is illegal and can result in the seizure of products and legal action against the business.
    Products to look out for: Dinosan, Solfo Black, Nitrophen, Aldifen, Chemox, Yellow Magic
    If you find products containing DNP contact the Food Standards department of your local council.

  38. I’m one of the many who have been scamed by these people and I’m sure like all of us you would like to find out who they are. The e- mail does not exist the phone numbers do not get answered the only address is 48 guricon house 6042 larnaca Cyprus. We need to find where they operate from so we can contact them

  39. BNEessentials are a complete scam. Have nothing to so with them. They send you stuff you have not ordered and rip off their customers by their obscure terms and conditions. ‘Sharp business practices’ does not really describe their operation. I am surprised that they continue in business. What are the regulatory authorities doing about them. Their operation must border of illegality. The telephone number given by Skinny2Fit does not work and they do not reply to emails.

  40. I have sent you an email twice for this now. I can’t us this item Mr peter Wilson as I have had a heartache now put my money back in my account please Mr peter Wilson thanks

  41. same thing has happened to me and i am now overdrawn because these scammers have taken £24 £95 and £899 off of me now . i am contacting my bank over this

  42. I did not sign up for these supplies. Kindly return the funds debited to my card immediately
    my Bank will reject any further payments

  43. Hi, came to your site as I was searching online regards this product, having just been billed £99 and £94 respectively.
    Realise entirely that your site is in no way linked with this, but I am grateful to you and other reviewers for verifying what I had feared, i.e. that this is a scam. Simple as….it is!
    100% scam that anyone fool enough (myself included) to sign up to has to take the hit on by the looks of it.
    I will be asking for a refund, but realise that is almost certainly futile, but it’s most important to prevent any further fraud occuring to get onto your bank and get the payments cancelled.
    I would also advise you request a new card as these thieving wankers will retain the details and will inevitably look to add to their ill gotten gains in the future.

  44. Yes folks this is a SCAM it cost me nearly £200 and I also returned the product unopened so I didn’t even get to keep the samples, just wished I would of seen this site before I signed up

  45. I responded to FaceBook ad for the free trial. I was having knee joint problems and thought this might help. I got the initial delivery, but then very shortly after got another pack of the serum swiftly followed by a third. I had no idea what they were and admit that I didn’t even open them initially. I had been advised by my Consultant that I required a total right knee replacement, so my ability to even train was not possible (I could barely walk). I contacted the company who told me that under the circumstances they would refund the money and for which I was very grateful. However, in the meantime, I had noticed that some amounts (£400+) had gone out of my account that I didn’t recognise, and thought I had been the victim of fraud (I had, but not quite in the way that I had thought). Because I took this up with the bank, the company then said that I had contravened their terms and conditions (I had not) and refused to make any refund despite their previous promise. I guess they never had the intention to make the refund at all.

  46. I saw the advertisement on Facebook, endorsed by a celebrity, think it was Ryan Thomas. It said it was being offered and a discount price, can’t remember but it was low. Thought I’d give it a go seeing as it was being promoted by a celebrity. 4 lots of payment came out of my account, probably close to £600, maybe more. At the time I was saving for a deposit on a house so it was very stressful having that amount of money being taken out. I called them up and they said they’d reimburse me for half of the amount, which I never received … It set me back in terms of getting my house so obviously it was very destressing and felt like nothing would happen. To this day I haven’t received anything

  47. Completely mislead and conned into buying a ‘special offer’ of tablets, to find out they had set me up with a monthly subscription that needed up costing me over £750 and a world of problems which meant I needed to close my bank account to stop them from continuing to take funds from my account. Companies/individuals like this should be prosecuted and investigated under Trading Standards and dealt with accordingly. BE WARNED THEY WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY

  48. I do not remember how I got the link for a trial sample try of “Hydro Muscle Max” but I was doing a lot of rowing and thought they may help muscle energy. Since we live in Germany the samples were only possible to deliver to the UK and therefore I used my sister’s address and she posted them onto me. After a few weeks I was very surprised when my sister phoned and said she had another parcel for me. I had no idea what it was but asked her to forward it to me. A few weeks later it arrived and was surprised that it was a jar of the same Hydro Muscle tablets. I had not signed up for a continuing supply of these tablets and so tried through the website to cancel my subscription. This did not seem possible since I could not find a way to do so! The financial burden of these charges caused great stress to my wife and myself because they were unwarranted costs that we had to settle at a time when we needed all our resources in our retirement.

  49. Saw the ad on Facebook.Thought it was a one off payment as this was how it read. Unfortunately it was only 2 months later that I noticed money continuing to be taken out of my a/c! Caused quite a bit of financial and mental issues….!

  50. Despite that even at the time “I knew better” I ended up signing up to Hydro Muscle Max (HMM) because I was feeling somewhat embarrassed about my body, and I suppose I signed up to HMM for similar reasons to so many others, I felt too lazy and too out of time to put the work in of actually going to a gym. It takes a lot of time, effort, and dedication to lose the so called pot belly, mine is small, but big enough to have to hold it in when going out of the house, so when I bumped into HMM I thought I’d investigate it first to see if could actually be a thing.

    I consider myself internet-savvy, I know all the symptoms and signs to look for on website scams or scam emails, and HMM looked like another one, but less “flashy” as opposed to your regular website scams. I looked up reviews and searched “Hydro Muscle Max scam” and other keywords at the time, and I couldn’t find anything on any third party website saying that this was definitely a scam.
    So despite my better judgement, I took the leap and signed up. No pricing was advertised or informed of at any point apart from the shipping cost.

    The pills arrived and I was already being more careful about my diet, so I started taking the pills to further ‘help’ reduce the belly size. Needless to say nothing was happening, I was on them for about 2 weeks I think when my wife confronted me (peacefully) about it. She asked me to stop taking them because who knew what was in those pills, it was clearly a scam, there are no magical diet pills. Of course I knew she was right deep down, and so I stopped, I wasn’t seeing results anyway. I cursed myself for being so stupid, me out of all people who could easily see a scam miles away. But I guess I was desperate to have a flat stomach.

    For a while I didn’t notice I was getting charged £79 every month, I was having a good income for a while (self employed). Money wasn’t being an issue so I didn’t monitor my account so much. One day I knew I had enough money for a groceries shop or two online, as I was purchasing it my payment was rejected. I remember thinking “That can’t be right, I still had about £100+ in there.” But I was wrong, and that’s when I noticed that HMM had deducted just about £79. I was livid… With the company, with myself, but mostly to the person, the one guy or group of guys that were ruthless enough to think this would be a good money scheme, a group of guys that thought taking advantage of people is a good way to make a living, it disgusted me. It disgusted me that there’s people out there that think this way and that it’s okay to do it because everyone else are idiots.

    When it eventually was cancelled, I recall telling my wife about it, and we just lost a few hundred quid on account of my own stupidity and self-criticism, she was all but nice and supportive to me, telling me to just let her know first about anything like this that I might want to get into, and that it was ok, it was just a few hundred, lesson learned and so forth. But I still felt like a moron for falling into it so easily.


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