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Muscle Factor X scam report

CTD Kre-Alkalyn

For men who visit the gym regularly it is not uncommon for them to wish for fast muscle gains.

While certain supplements may help increase the rate that you can gain muscle mass there are others that cannot back up their claims with proof.

Often these supplements are made available as a trial, which undoubtedly lead onto an auto-ship program whereby you will end up paying over the odds for a supplement that may not even work.

Muscle Factor X is currently available to trial, but does this automatically mean that it is a scam? Well, the only way to find out the truth is by taking a closer look at the supplement, its ingredients and its cost, before we finally come to our conclusion.

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

Claimed benefits of Muscle Factor X

Muscle Factor X have made the following claims on its website:

  • Get ripped now
  • Reduce body fat
  • Gain strength fast
  • Build lean muscle mass
  • Boost energy naturally

These claims are exactly what you would expect to see from this kind of supplement, however whether these claims can be proven is another matter.

We will need to look at the ingredients of Muscle Factor X before commenting any further.

Ingredients found in Muscle Factor X

Although there is mention of L-Arginine as being a key ingredient of Muscle Factor X, there is no other mention of ingredients.

Simply saying that the ingredients contain a proprietary blend of natural ingredients is not enough in my opinion to prove the claims made.

There is mention that Muscle Factor X has been part of a double blind clinical study where it was shown to build more lean muscle mass than its competitor, however there is no link to this so-called study.

If true then you would think this proof would be proudly displayed on the website.

Cost of Muscle Factor X

It is an unfortunate fact that very few trial offers are free, with Muscle Factor X being no different.

To start you will have to pay an initial $7.95 fee for postage. Then if you fail to cancel within 14 days of sign-up you will be charged the full purchase price for the supplement ($79.95).

Whats more is that you will also be signed up for an auto-ship program that will charge you monthly for further deliveries.

Unlike other trial offers, Muscle Factor X will also charge you $39.97 if you do not return the unused portion of the supplement within the 14 day trial period, which does not give you much time to ‘trial’ the product.

Is Muscle Factor X a scam?

While the payment terms are available onsite those who have signed up for this trial are likely to feel as though they have been scammed once they start receiving their bank statements.

It is important that you read any terms and conditions before you sign up for any trial offer, or as I would recommend not signing up for them at all.

Contact details for Muscle Factor X

You can contact Muscle Factor X using the following phone number:

(727) 474-4891

If you have trialled this supplement then please leave a comment below.

Click here for our guide to beating online scams.

An alternative to Muscle Factor X is D-Bal that can be bought outright by Crazy Bulk.

This supplement is said to significantly help boost the amount of muscle mass you can gain through your own training methods.

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


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