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Factor 2 by Force Factor auto ship scam review

Although lifting big and proper nutrition is a sure fire way to pack on those pounds of solid muscle there are still products out there that claim to help you achieve your goal that much faster.

Now I am not saying that not all supplements work, as there are some very good ones out there. What I am saying though is that due diligence must be performed before you hand over your credit card details.

Take Factor 2 by Force Factor for example, this product makes some pretty impressive claims so why are there so many online complaints?

In this review we are going to look at this supplement in more detail to see what the issue is.

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

Claims made by Factor 2?

The following claims have been made on the Force Factor website:

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

Now these claims seem reasonable and if the ingredients are good then you would expect them to be achievable.

Ingredients of Factor 2

Factor 2 contains Vitamin C, Calcium, Folic Acid, L-Citruline, Rhizoma, CoQ10, L-Taurine and L-Norvaline.

Like so many other supplements available to buy not all the dosages are available to view. This is a little disappointing as there is no way of knowing whether the claims are accurate or not.

Cost of Factor 2

The biggest issue with Force Factor is its use of auto shipping its products.

Factor 2 will initially cost just $4.99, which will cover the cost of shipping the 14 day trial, however what you may not realise is that once 18 days have elapsed you will be charged the full price.

The full price of Factor 2 is $74.98, which will be taken from your account every month until cancelled.

Is Factor 2 by Force Factor a scam?

Although the payment terms covers Force Factor legally there are no doubt going to be complaints from buyers who have signed up for the trial without realising the true cost.

It is important that before signing up for anything that you take your time to read the terms and conditions beforehand to ensure there are no nasty surprises waiting for you.

How to cancel your membership?

To cancel your membership to Force Factor you will need to phone using the following numbers:

1-877-492-7243 (United States & Canada), 1800-084-649 (Australia), or 0808-1012202 (United Kingdom)

After doing so you will be given an RMA, which you will need to provide when sending back your trial to the following addresses:

United States: Force Factor, 105 Commerce Dr, Aston, PA 19014.
Australia: Force Factor, PO Box 535, Braeside VIC 3195.
Canada: Force Factor Returns, P.O. Box 1051, Fort Erie ON L2A 6C7.
United Kingdom: Force Factor Returns, PO Box 1417, Bedfordshire, MK41 0QB.

If you have signed up to any trial of a Force Factor product then we would love to hear from you. Please leave a message below.

Click here for our guide to beating online scams.

If you are looking for a supplement that can help you to reach your goal that little bit faster perhaps you should look at the range of products being offered by Crazy Bulk.

These supplements include testosterone boosters, bulking and strength products as well as fat burners, all without having to sign up for any auto ship program.

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0 thoughts on “Factor 2 by Force Factor auto ship scam review”

  1. bought this product it wasnt great, i saw no incdease in body muscle or fat reduction they keep taking monwt from your account and its fucking awful, £70 gone its ridiculous


  2. hey i went for your free promotion that is you give me the product and i pay the freight
    i never ordered any more product
    but now you guys are sending product to me and billing my credit card i wish you to stop
    also i will be talking to the accc in australia
    i have rang your phone number and no one answers it this is a scam of the largest size

  3. Reading the msgs above, it seems I’m not the only one.

    I have received from you:
    >> Test180 Ignite @ $90.
    I didn’t order it and I don’t want it.
    It arrived by UPS so please
    1. Do not charge my a/c for I will have the bank stop payment
    2. Arrange for UPS to pick up the item asap

    I do not know who ordered it but it wasn’t me.
    I want my a/c billing amended immediately
    It says on receipt – this is not an invoice.
    Yet it has my visa Dr number.
    Order # 5658345R2
    with a date of 15Oct – I was living in the US.
    There is a mixup so please correct it.
    I will be contacting my bank tomorrow to block any charges.

    thank you

    bryan o’connor
    3/106 Paisley St
    Footscray Vic

    1. I do not sell any products so have not taken any of your money. Therefore you should contact whoever you originally signed up for, it sounds as though you signed up for a trial.

  4. i agreed to $9.99 trial never received it at all then they started stealing monthly payments from me stay clear they are theives don’t click on anything from them.

  5. Ordered the trial product and received it . A week later $147.20 has gone from my account. No product No luck cancelling order as every time I ring I get the same response. We are not open this is our trading hours. Of course I rang in the time they state but still nothing. Nolt impressed don’t like people taking money for something I didn’t order or receive. Stop now I am going to the authorities I want my money back, I am on a pension that amount of money feeds me for a fortnight. No thanks to you. I want my money back

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