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Adrenalast Testosterone Booster – Is this trial offer a scam?


Adrenalast is a testosterone booster currently available for trial. It makes some pretty impressive sounding claims but whether it can live up to its own hype remains to be seen.

In the following review we will look at this supplement in more detail, and will conclude whether we believe it to be worth signing up to.

Please read on to discover the truth so that you can avoid any potential issues and disappointment.

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

Claims made by Adrenalast

Adrenalast is claimed to offer the following user benefits:

  • Boost free testosterone
  • Enhance muscle mass
  • Increase sex drive

To check how accurate these claims are we will need to look at this supplement in more detail, in particular at what ingredients it contains.

Ingredients found in Adrenalast

While there is no label present, the website itself does have the following ingredients listed:

Longjack (Tongkat Ali), Monkey’s Head Hericium Extract, Korean Ginseng Extract, Horny Goat Weed, Tribulus Terrestris and Maca Root

These are not unknown ingredients and have been shown in the past to increase testosterone production. How much is up for debate, and we would obviously prefer to see a label with actual dosage information.

As things stand, Adrenalast may offer muscle building benefits, but would we recommend you try it? This will all depend on its price.

What is the price of Adrenalast?

If you are tempted by the claims made by Adrenalast or any other trial offer then I would suggest that before you sign up that you read any terms and conditions, if they are available.

These T&Cs will show you exactly what the trial really costs. They rarely are free of charge, even when they state that they are.

The Adrenalast T&Cs show that there is an initial payment of €4.93 to pay when you first sign up, which is to cover the cost of shipping.

You will then be given 16 days to decide if you wish to keep the supplement or not.

If you choose that you don’t want to keep the product then you will need to contact Adrenalast, otherwise you will be charged again. This time €125.88.

You will also be automatically placed onto an auto-ship program that will continue to send you further monthly packages, charged at full price, which will continue until your subscription is cancelled.

Is Adrenalast a scam?

There maybe some benefit to using Adrenalast, but you cannot escape the fact that this supplement is extremely expensive.

With so many cheaper alternatives I see no option but to suggest you opt for one of those instead.

Contact details for Adrenalast

To get in contact with Adrenalast you should use the following information:

Phone: +44 808 168 3668 (UK), 1-888-563-0374 (USA & Canada) or +353-766060827 (Ireland)
Email: [email protected]

Please leave a comment below if you have trialled this product.

Click here for our guide to beating online scams.

D-BalOur suggested alternative to the above reviewed trial would be D-Bal, which is a steroid alternative sold online by Crazy Bulk.

D-Bal has been created with natural ingredients that mimic the benefits of the banned steroid Dianabol.

These benefits include:

  • Gains in both strength and muscle mass
  • Blood flow increase
  • Improved oxygen retention

Unlike the banned steroid, D-Bal is completely safe and legal to use. It is also not available for trial so you can buy it without worrying about hidden or repeat charges.

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



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4 thoughts on “Adrenalast Testosterone Booster – Is this trial offer a scam?”

  1. Yes it’s a scam they went into my account twice and I never received any product they robbed me of over 200 and none of the phone numbers work

  2. Yes its a scam only ordered free product and pay for shipping but never got the product and now there after taking over $120 from my account and none of the numbers work and sent three emails with no reply.

    1. Jay - Skinny2Fit

      Ray, if you have had no luck with the contact details provided then I would recommend speaking to your bank.

  3. Yes it is a scam. Never received product but charged €99 from my account.
    Have blocked all payments to them and dealing with my Bank directly.
    Product name Rapiture. Contact details same as Adrenalast.
    Buyer beware!

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