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APEX Rush Trial Offer Review – Is this offer a scam?

APEX Rush is a muscle building supplement currently available for trial that makes a number of claims on its website.

The purpose of this review is to discover whether these claims are accurate or not.

You most likely do not want to waste your time and money signing up for a product that is completely ineffective.

We will look at the ingredients used, plus whether there are any hidden charges that trial offers like this have a bad reputation for.

Please read on to discover the truth before you sign up for the offer.

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

Claimed benefits of APEX Rush

According to its website, APEX Rush will offer the following user benefits:

  • Build lean muscle faster
  • Increase strength and endurance
  • Improve mental performance
  • Increase stamina and power

This all sounds promising, but are these claims accurate? It is easy to write claims like this, but you should not believe them without proof.

These claims have been written in the hope of getting you to sign up for the offer in as quick a time as possible. I certainly would not recommend that you do this.

At the very least you should check what ingredients are present in this product.

Ingredients found in APEX Rush

Unfortunately the first issue you will find with APEX Rush is that there is no label present.

While it lists its ingredients, a label would be able to give an accurate idea of the dosages used, therefore enabling us to tell exactly what benefits are to expected.

The ingredients used include:

Ashwaghanda Extract, Tribulus Terrestris Powder, Eurycoma Longfolia Root, Diindolymethane and Fenugreek seed extract

While some of these have been shown to offer numerous benefits, including the ability to boost testosterone production, with no label we have no idea if there is enough of these ingredients present to be of any benefit.

Price of APEX Rush

When you sign up for this trial you have to tick a box agreeing to the terms and conditions, but does anyone ever read these?

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If you don’t then I suggest you start, as you will be in for a shock when you realise what you have agreed to.

The T&Cs state that there is a $6.95 charge to pay when you first sign up to the offer, which allows you 14 days to trial APEX Rush.

Once this trial period has ended you will be charged again, this time $95.13 while also being placed onto an auto-ship program.

This means that each month thereafter you will be charged the full purchase price for further deliveries of this product.

These will continue until your subscription to the scheme is cancelled.

Is APEX Rush a scam?

There are certainly doubts in my mind regarding the claimed effectiveness of this product.

The main issue with APEX Rush however, is its price. It is simply too expensive and the automatic sign up to an auto-ship scheme is likely to lead to complaints.

If I were you I would avoid this offer and any other trial offer in the future, they are not worth the effort.

Contact details for APEX Rush

To cancel the APEX Rush trial you should contact them using the following information:

Phone: 844-864-3081
Email: [email protected]

We would love to hear from you if you have trialled this particular product. You can leave your own review below.

Click here for our guide to beating online scams.

D-BalIf you are looking for a little extra boost to your own training and diet then I would suggest you take a look at the Crazy Bulk website, in particular at a product called D-Bal.

This particular supplement has been created using ingredients shown to mimic the effects of the banned steroid Dianabol, yet without the side effects.

D-Bal is completely legal to buy and to use and will provide the following benefits:

  • Strength increase
  • Increase in muscle mass
  • Improved blood flow and oxygen retention

It is also not available for trial, so there will be no unwanted shipments or hidden charges.

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


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0 thoughts on “APEX Rush Trial Offer Review – Is this offer a scam?”

  1. my name is Bobby Porter I have tried this product and you are definitely right it does not work I have also cancel my subscription 4 months later they sent me another bottle and charge me 7141 I return their product with the promise of them returning my money to my card it’s been 3 months now I called I received no answers they told me my money would be back on my card within 2 weeks I call back they said another 2 weeks I call back another 2 weeks. I have tried and hope that this message goes viral because they are stealing from their customers after you cancel they still charge you for months later that’s absolutely crazy. They need to be sued I am on board for this contact me.

  2. I also ordered the free trial of Apex Rush. OMG what a rip off. First when ordering I couldn’t proceed without clicking on another bottle of crap – so ended up getting two bottles and had to pay over $14 for shipping.handling – yeah right. Free trial my ass. After a couple of weeks if that long I noticed my debit card was charged $95.13 and $89.13 for the other bottle of crap. Didn’t have any idea what this was for so had bank do a fraud investigation, then called the number on my charge and couldn’t understand the guy I was taliking to. Long story, had to call them again and explained that I cancelled already and shouldn’t have been charged. He said they had no record of it – imagine that. So tried to cancel then and said he would but couldn’t give me a refund for the trail samples as it was too late plus I had to return the bottles and unused pills to get a refund – Fine Print I guess. Well today I noticed they charged my account again – so now have ordered a new debit card and cancelled the one they have – what a hassle to stop something I never even used. I have reported to the BBB.

  3. Christopher J Apis

    I immediately returned the product for a full refund within the allotted time. I called with my tracking number and was told to expect my refund in 7 to 10 days. That was Feb 2018 two months later and nothing. I called their out of country customer service and was told to resend my return tracking number. I no longer know where that receipt is and you cannot call the United States Postal Service for a duplicate as they advised me to do. It’s just bad practice from this company to advertise product guarantee and not come through on their promise’s. Warning to all who are thinking of purchasing Apex Rush. It’s another snake oil seller with their worthless pills and steal your money.

  4. THIS COMPANY IS FRAUD! I tried the free trial as well, before I could cancel my card was charged. I have been trying to get my money back for 7 months now. Same excuses every time. Now they told me I should get my refund in 2 weeks. Their “finance team” reached out to me via email 3 weeks ago. I replied to them and I still haven’t heard anything back. My bank couldn’t give me my money back, I forget why.

  5. I’ve never seen a percentage of reviews that come even close to what I consider acceptable for me to consider spending my money on.
    I’ve come to the conclusion that many of these companies just change their names, repackage their product into different shaped capsules, and/or different colors and try again to give us more crap.
    If you read the reviews carefully, it appears to me 10% to 20% of the positive reviews are written by the company themselves.

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