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Testocore Pro: Is it a scam?

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Men have become incredibly body conscious, therefore products such as Testocore Pro have become popular due to their claims that they can help build muscle while burning fat.

However, before you sign up for this trial offer there may be something that makes you rethink your decision.

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

Claimed benefits of Testocore Pro

The following benefits have been claimed on the Testocore Pro website:

  • Boost natural testosterone levels
  • Increase libido and sex drive
  • Lose fat
  • Build muscle
  • Increase energy

As you can see Testocore Pro is claimed to boost testosterone levels, which should ensure you see the above benefits. However, we need to look at the ingredients found in Testocore Pro to see if they can boost these levels.

Ingredients found in Testocore Pro

It is pleasing to see that the makers of Testocore Pro have provided an actual label so that we can see what this supplement is actually made from.

It is also pleasing to discover that it one and only ingredient is 600 mg of Fenugreek, which has been proven to boost testosterone levels.

Therefore in my opinion using Testocore Pro should ensure you see the claimed benefits.

Price of Testocore Pro

The price of Testocore Pro is hidden in the terms and conditions that are hidden at the very bottom of the website.

If you have read them you will discover that signing up for this trial offer will initially cost you very little, just the cost of postage.

However what you may not be aware of is that signing up for this trial also means that you have signed up for an auto ship program.

This means that after the 14 day trial has concluded you have given permission for the company behind this trial to not only charge you the full purchase price (£94.97) but also to continue charging you every month thereafter for further packages.

These payments will continue until you contact Testocore Pro to cancel your account.

You should also be aware that there is a restocking fee of £7.95 for any returned items.

Is Testocore Pro a scam?

Although Testocore Pro is not a scam and not doing anything illegal it is overpriced, even though it contains proven ingredients that will help boost your testosterone levels.

This is a shame as on the face of things Testocore Pro seemed like a good product, as it stands however it is impossible to recommend.

Contact details for Testocore Pro

There are a few methods you can use to contact Testocore Pro:

Buy HGH-X2Phone:

United Kingdom: 0843 504 3025
Ireland: 15060403
Australia: 0285203397

Email: [email protected]

If you have tried this product please leave a comment below.

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If you are looking to experience the benefits claimed by Testocore Pro then look no further than HGH-X2 (available from Crazy Bulk).

This supplement can help boost your HGH levels, but costs just £54 with no need ever to sign up for an auto ship program.

Click Here to Read Our Full Review of HGH-X2 >>

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0 thoughts on “Testocore Pro: Is it a scam?”

  1. I am emailing to let you know I have not recieved my trial and also I would
    like to cancel my trial as I found out I have to pay £94 after the 14
    days.. I only ordered this trial to see how it works so I would like you to
    please cancel my trial.

    Bryan Vas

    1. Bryan, the above review only serves to warn others about the payment terms of Testocore Pro. For any queries you will have to contact them, this website is not associated with that product in any form.

  2. it is a scam and you should stay well away from this company. my dad received the products, sent them back after 2 days unopened, cancelled via the phone, did everything that he needed to, and they still took £150 from his account. shameful. my dad has spoken with tsb visa debit fraud section and they are helping him the best they can. thankfully my father has kept all the paper evidence.

  3. My experience has been fine, I read the small print about returns and D/D’s etc. It certainly is a revenue generating system for them, walking the fine line of being morally correct but they don’t hide the facts.
    As far as the product goes, just buy the fenugreek tablets from an online pharmacy and save your self a ton of money and all the contract rubbish. Like I should have to start with.

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