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Vascular X Trial Offer Review – Is this offer a scam?

Vascular X

Vascular X is a performance enhancer that is currently available for trial.

While its claims sound impressive you should wait to sign up for the trial until you read our review.

We are going to look more closely at this offer to discover whether its claims are realistic. Our review will also look to see if there are any hidden charges involved with this offer.

This is a common issue with trial offers, with many leading onto expensive auto-ship programs.

Please continue reading on to uncover the truth behind the hype.

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

Claimed benefits of Vascular X

According to their website, using Vascular X will provide you with the following user benefits:

  • Increase blood flow
  • Muscle gains
  • Nitric oxide boost

To check that these claims are realistic you should check to see what ingredients have been used.

You should never try a product without first knowing what it contains.

Ingredients found in Vascular X

There is very little ingredient information available on the Vascular X website, and certainly no label that we can see the actual dosages.

This is disappointing, so while the ingredients that have been used (L-Citrulline, L-Norvaline and Dipotassium Phosphate) are likely to offer some benefit we cannot say for certain how much benefit can be gained.

As there is no label we also cannot see the ingredients in full, therefore no way of knowing if there are any fillers used or any potentially dangerous ingredients.

Price of the Vascular X trial offer

Vascular X is available as an 18-day trial, but if you think that you are getting this product for free then you are mistaken.

At the conclusion of the trial, you will be charged $99.95. You will also be automatically added to an auto-ship program so further monthly packages will be sent to you at full price.

The only way to avoid these charges is to cancel this trial before it elapses. Details on how to do that can be found below.

Is Vascular X a scam?

There are a few reasons why we would not recommend Vascular X.

Not only is there very little information available to prove its claims, but this product is also very expensive.

I can certainly see customer complaints occurring when people realise just what they have signed up for.

Contact details for Vascular X

You should use the following contact information to contact Vascular X:

Phone: (844) 459-5651
Email: [email protected]

If you have trialled Vascular X then we would love to hear from you. Please leave your own review for us using the comment form found below.

D-BalOur recommended alternative would be a product called D-Bal (available from the Crazy Bulk website).

This supplement has been created to mimic the benefits of the banned anabolic steroid Dianabol, but with none of the side effects.

Benefits on offer include:

  • Gains in both muscle and strength
  • Increased nitrogen retention and protein synthesis
  • An increase in blood flow
  • Improved oxygen retention

As D-Bal is not available for trial there is no risk of encountering any hidden or repeat charges.

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0 thoughts on “Vascular X Trial Offer Review – Is this offer a scam?”

    1. When you ordered the sample was that it they dont take no more money? My husband just ordered the sample like you and was wondering if you ended up having an issue with them taken more money after that?

  1. Vascular x is a total scam .
    They will con firm your order but don’t send you a confirmation email of their terms . I got hosed by losing 25% of my money as I couldn’t wait a month for a full refund after I paid for return shipping and a $ 9.95 restocking fee. Their telemarketeers are well dialoged on the terms of the contract and can easily spiel it out for you. I sent them a nasty email and I am going on social media as well .

  2. Total scam is correct. I got nailed for almost $200 on my credit card, plus shipping charges, for falling for their misleading and phony sales approach. No warning whatsoever that by taking them up on their introductory offer, you have to take action to tell them you do not want them to continue sending their product and billing you for these outrageous charges. DO NOT FALL FOR THIS DISHONEST SCAM.

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