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T-90 Xplode SCAM Review

If you can believe the hype then T-90 Xplode will “deliver mind-blowing results”.

How does this “performance enhancer” work though? And is it good value for money?

In this review we will look at this supplement in more detail before we come to our conclusion.

We do not endorse trial offers. Click here to see which product we recommend as an alternative.
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Claimed benefits of T-90 Xplode

T-90 Xplode is claimed to offer the following benefits to its users:

  • Explosive workouts
  • Powerful thermogenic
  • Better hormone production

When looking at claims it is always worth remembering that they mean very little without any proof to back them up.

This is why it is sometimes best to ignore them and to look for other proof of the supplements benefits. For example you could look at what ingredients are found in T-90 Xplode.

Ingredients used in T-90 Xplode

Surprisingly, not only does T-90 Xplode list its ingredients and their benefits, but the product label is also shown.

This makes checking their claimed benefits easier to verify.

The ingredients of T-90 Xplode are as follows:

  • Trimethylxanthine
  • Fenugreek extract
  • Eurycoma longifolia extract
  • Tribulis terrestris extract
  • Coleus forskholii extract

I can certainly see some benefit to using this product. Although it should be stated that for best results your diet and workout regime needs to be on point.

Price of T-90 Xplode

The price of T-90 Xplode may come as a shock to you as you may expect a trial offer to be better value for money, unfortunately this is not the case.

While there is no indication of its price on the main sales page, after viewing the terms and conditions the cost becomes clear.

The price of the initial sign up is just $4.95, however this only covers an 18 day period, after which time you will charged once more, this time for $89.41.

As with the various other supplements we have reviewed in the past that were available for trial, T-90 Xplode operates as an auto-ship program so you will be sent further monthly packages until your subscription is cancelled.

Is T-90 Xplode a scam?

Despite it likely able to boost your own training, I cannot recommend T-90 Xplode purely because of its high cost.

There are various alternatives available that wont cost nearly as much.

How to cancel the trial?

To cancel the trial before you are charged then you will need to contact T-90 Xplode before the trial expires. To do this you will need to contact T-90 Xplode via the following contact methods:

Phone: 1-888-980-9165

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

Click here for our guide to beating online scams.

D-BalOur suggested alternative to T-90 Xplode is a supplement sold online by Crazy Bulk.

This supplement is called D-Bal and it has been created to mimic the benefits of the banned steroid Dianabol, yet without the dangerous side effects that caused it to be banned in the first place.

Using D-Bal has been shown to help:

  • Boost both muscle mass and strength
  • Give you faster than normal results
  • Boost nitrogen retention
  • Increase blood flow

D-Bal is not available for trial, so there are no hidden or repeat charges.

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

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  1. Add me to the list of wonder people…I just received the bill for over 400 dollars for 2 bottles of 1 product I didn’t order…How can they get away with this…I will sue them for false business practice and hopefully get all your money back…

  2. SCAM. I saw their advertisement on Facebook with the two free trial offer. It was presented as a diet solution. I thought “it must be legit since it’s on Facebook which is a huge multinational company supposedly serious” and blah. The Facebook link directed me to an ESPN page with Wayne Gretzky in the main picture. Without verifying, thinking I was on a real ESPN page, I’ve made the transaction and they were supposed to charge me 2x 4.95$….

    Then after 10 mins. I had a doubt, after noticing that the ESPN page didn’t have any working link, so I’ve made a little research about them and rapidly found out:

    1- The URL is not from an ESPN domain.

    2- Of all the testimonies at the bottom (seemingly Facebook accounts), none of them are real, none of the names are actual Facebook accounts (I’ve checked them all).

    3- The same product is also promoted for raising sexual drive, thus I was also mislead from the beginning about the product itself.

    4- I was charged right after the transaction for 6.95$ from a company I’ve never heard about nor dealt with in any way. I haven’t made other transactions with my credit card, thus that company must be related to the scammers. Its name: SHOKATY INTERNATIONAL. After checking companiesofcanada.com, it appears that this company has the following status: Dissolved for non-compliance (s. 212) on 2014-07-22…. BUt they’re still in «business» and have a bank account!!!!!!!

    Thankfully, my Visa Bank, TD Canada Trust, was really helpful for settling this matter in a couple of minutes!
    1- They will refund the 6.95$ transaction
    2- They’ve cancelled my card right away and will send me another with a new number
    3- They were very helpful, and will engage procedures trying to bring them down, I’ll stay put for any testimony or whatever they’d need

    In short: case settled, it’s a real SCAM. MANY THANKS to this web site and forum WHICH HELPED A LOT for settling the matter with my bank.

    Side-note: this morning, right after I called the bank and cancelled my card, a guy from the T-90 Xplode scam called me so as to verify my address! I told him I cancelled the transaction as well as my Visa since the ESPN page was by itself a SCAM, like identity theft (ESPN AND Wayne Gretsky)… But he then told me that I could not cancel given their fine print policies! He said “it’s not a SCAM”, I replied “it is for the sole fact that your ESPN page is bogus”, and hang on him. I don’t care, they won’t be able to steal even one cent from me and my Bank.

  3. Jack Schnaitman

    They got me for both supplements for 6 months straight and my Bank, PNC, paid the sob’s over my objections. I had asked PNC every month to stop this and they did it with a provisional credit. They then had the gaul to award this band of thieves the money after all. So I got scammed for about 1100.00 over a trial offer of $4.95 that I called and canceled the next day upon discovering my error.

  4. Do not get sucked into Free Trial Products NO2 Blast or Alfa Force Testo, This is a scam to get this company to “Hook” you for your funds. I ordered for Trial on Dec.5/16, then a couple of days later I received a call to receive other products at a largely reduced rate monthly subscription…I said was not interested and did not want any more of their “Products”. Received Products charged Twice @ 6.77 on credit card (X2) for postage and handling CAN Funds. December 21/16 charges for two more products is taken from account $240. I phone their 1-800 customer service and said I want this discontinued and was told my request was noted and he further told to contact my bank also to ensure no other Funds would be released—Warning ! January 8/17 more funds are taken from my account $240. again. I phone my Bank and explain my predicament– it will be disputed by them. I will phone again customer service regarding this on next business day. I have cancelled my Visa card and will receive a new one— nothing but a hassle but it is necessary. Oh yes with the two ” Orders” I have paid for, no products have been shipped even though the second order is only 2 weeks after the first—BEWARE Folks !

  5. Mieczyslaw Golanski

    December 6 2016 I order sample cost $ 6.74 only for purpose of consulting with my family doctor if my heart condition allow me to take RIPPED BLAST at all. Week after somebody from shipping department call and offer me attractive deal but I explain that I need samples only. (You recorded this conversation and so did I). Shortly before Christmas (I was away from BC) parcel arrived. Early in January 2017, (when I come back home) I learn from my credit card statement then I was charged without any authorization $ CDN 120.05. Next day another parcel arrived, I call your representative and she told me now is to late (more then 14 days) to return first parcel. She give to me Authorization to return second parcel only, which I send back and after more then 4 months finally you credited my master card. Please e-mail me next Authorization to returned for second parcel (transaction day Dec 23 2016 posting date Dec 28 2016). I hope I will live long time until those unusually business practices will be solve. Bottom line, I never received samples parcel which I order and pay for Dec 6 2016 at all????

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