DO NOT BUY Testocore Advanced and NO2 Surge: The ‘secret’ military supplement

Melissa Erasia October 14, 2013 295
DO NOT BUY Testocore Advanced and NO2 Surge: The ‘secret’ military supplement


Fad diets, diet pills, diet books and ‘new’ diet regimes  are constantly circulating the media promising to be the best kept secret. In a recent health article for men, staff reporter, Bryan Stevens was used as a guinea pig to try out two supplements; Testocore Advanced and NO2 Surge that are apparently popular products among male celebrities and the military force. These supplements promise to intensely burn away fat and increase muscle size considerably in just one month whilst enhancing your health too. Too good to be true? My thoughts exactly, and I’m still not convinced…

Gerald Butler has been named as a celeb to use muscle supplements like Testocore Advanced to lose fat & gain muscle.

Gerald Butler apparently uses muscle supplements like Testocore Advanced to lose fat and gain muscle

Bryan explains: “Originally developed by the US military for their special forces, celebrities, like Ryan Reynolds & Gerald Butler, have since used the combination to lose a significant amount of body fat while at the same time adding insane amounts of muscle, with just these 2 diet products. The first is a muscle builder and the second is a fat burner. It’s a deadly combo for getting insanely ripped. The two supplemental are clinically proven to flush out all the junks in your body and melt away body fat without harming your immune system. But even better, these supplements put on natural looking muscle gains and are both healthy and kind to your insides”

What  is Testocore Advanced?

A cocktail of Vitamin B6, Magnesium, Zinc, D-Aspartic Acid Tribulus Terrestris that increases metabolism thus assists in healthy fat burning. The formula reduces body fat and cuts recovery time to half so that you can ‘get your desired body efficiently without any extra efforts’. It increases energy levels and protein synthesis to make you more active and focused. Boosts testosterone and improves sexual performance.

What is NO2 Surge?
A concoction of L-Arginine, L-Citrulline, L-Arginine Monohydrocholride, L-Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate promising to build lean muscle mass, increase strength, improve endurance and reinvent the body. This combination of ingredients helps with wound healing, increases oxygen and blood flow to the muscles and improves human growth hormones.

In a rather press release-y ‘It’s too good to be true but it’s good…and true‘ type article, Bryan sells this secret with us.

“It’s a completely organic supplement that celebrities & body builders use around the world that they don’t want you knowing about. Those taking the Testocore Advanced supplement benefit primarily due to its high anti-oxidant content which helps muscles recover quickly and grow faster then ever before. Combine it with a powerful testo booster, and you’ve created a muscle building machine. “

Men's Health Bryan Stevens' results after the combination of pills.

Men’s Health Bryan Stevens’ results after the combination of pills.

It is advised to workout with No2 surge, taking one an hour before a workout, they claim you will experience ‘the best workout of your life’ after popping one of these pills.

I haven’t tried either of these products before (being female and a skeptic), it sounds like a lot of products out there at the moment just this time with great marketing techniques and convincing catch phrases. The combination obviously appeals to most regular men and of course body builders. I just prefer the idea of clean eating and working hard in the gym. Have you tried this ‘deadly combo’ before? Were you left with the results you expected? Are you a skeptic or convinced? Share your thoughts below.

Note: Double Take Debate are in no way affiliated with Testocore Advanced or No2 Surge and we are unable to sort out any ordering issues you may face with the companies.



  1. gigi October 17, 2013 at 1:46 am - Reply

    I can’t find that article in Men’s Health. Don’t believe that BS

    • Melissa Erasia October 18, 2013 at 5:03 pm - Reply

      Hi GiGi,

      Here is the link you were looking for:

    • Tim April 29, 2014 at 5:08 pm - Reply

      This company has also just scammed me for £95 on their free trial just pay £2.99 for postage scam. i have today gone into my bank to stop any future payments. to do this i had to use their telephone service while i was in the bank and they have blocked any future payments and are requesting the money bank from the scammers bank. they also said that they have calls about this company daily. in this case my bank (Barclays) were Brilliant. for anyone who may wish to contact the company personally….
      Body massco LTD,
      D11 Glyme Court
      Oxford office Village, Langford Lane
      Kidlington Oxfordshire OX5 1LQ
      This was taken from their online scamform.

      • Scott January 14, 2015 at 7:38 pm - Reply

        They done the same to me tim didn’t know how to stop it until reading this

    • Disco August 9, 2014 at 8:57 am - Reply

      It gave me super huge jobbies! Seriously but it’s obviously a con!

    • stefan September 11, 2014 at 1:16 pm - Reply

      agree with you my friend, if someone do a search will find out that Gerard Butller is using at least 8 product and all of them are advertised from their company. There is also other people with pictures for different product and they are the same people before and after all this 8 product that I found.

  2. Kieran October 18, 2013 at 1:58 am - Reply

    After u get the trial pack, do u Have to pay any more money ?

    • psh November 27, 2013 at 7:52 pm - Reply

      yes, my son bought them, you need to page down on the ad because youll end up forking out another £70 14 days after the “trial”, and then 30 days later theyll take another £70…total rip off. My son only realised when the money cane out of his account.

      • Rich June 20, 2014 at 9:56 am - Reply

        Stop winging about money! Cancel your cc and dd and some one please answer this question???

        Does it work ?

        That is the whole point in this board is it not ?

    • jay February 6, 2014 at 4:59 pm - Reply

      don’t bother with either of these. If you order from this company they’ll just keep taking money out of your bank account without your permission. I’ve had to cancel my bank account to stop them from taking money from me. It’s just a scam. They took £90 off me instead of £2.99.

  3. harry booth October 18, 2013 at 1:10 pm - Reply

    hi, i am 19 and have just got my Testocure Advance and NO2 Surge. How many of each tablets do i take a day and when do i take them. also can you confirm that these products will still have a posotive effect even though i am only 19.


    • Deano October 20, 2013 at 10:22 pm - Reply

      It is recommended that you take one NO2 surge pill,one hour before training. Then take one Testocore pill before bed. I used to be severely overweight, and after clean eating and hard work in the gym, I decided to go down the supplement route to bulk up. After using Warrior Blaze fat burners successfully for months, the combination of these pills worked wonders! I found it much easier to do my heavy lifting workouts and I am now happy with my ‘above average’ muscle size. I continue to take these as they give me an extra kick during training. However, these are not magic and the hard work still needs to be put in! Hope you have the same results!

    • bert January 12, 2014 at 6:08 pm - Reply

      Hi I was wondering where did you buy them and at what price?

      • Tim April 29, 2014 at 5:51 pm - Reply

        you are getting robbed don’t bother

  4. harry booth October 18, 2013 at 1:10 pm - Reply

    hi, i am 19 and have just got my Testocure Advance and NO2 Surge. How many of each tablets do i take a day and when do i take them. also can you confirm that these products will still have a posotive effect even though i am only 19.

    • Melissa Erasia October 18, 2013 at 5:03 pm - Reply

      Hi Harry,

      You will have to read the instructions given on the packaging. I would assume one of each per day from what I have read. At 19 years old your body is still developing, I would not advise you take these tablets but if you are serious about body building then it is your decision to make.

    • Tim April 29, 2014 at 5:49 pm - Reply

      send them back you are getting robbed

  5. max October 20, 2013 at 7:06 pm - Reply

    just ordered both products and excited to try for the month. any one tried it yet? and has it worked?. not too bothered about building muscle just want to lose the fat that covers the muscle. Don’t really do alot of weights, i like dong more cardio and interval training.

    • glenn November 4, 2013 at 8:15 pm - Reply

      cancel your getting robbed

  6. Deano October 20, 2013 at 10:24 pm - Reply

    Testosterone boosters are not usually accepted until the age of 21, as the body is still developing. However, I do not personally believe that they have any adverse side affects on young people. These pills can help out a great deal with the right amount of hard work, right diet plan and good rest.

  7. Stephen October 21, 2013 at 11:45 am - Reply

    I’ve recieved testocore advanced and No2 surge, when in the day do I take these and how many.

    • glenn November 4, 2013 at 8:17 pm - Reply

      send them back your going to get robbed

  8. John Quinn October 21, 2013 at 11:13 pm - Reply

    These products are absolute rubbish. If you search for a product named lean muscle X or test force extreme, it has very similar wording, also stating specifically that it was used by Ryan Reynolds to gain muscle and shred fat. It also has exactly the same ‘reporter’ with exactly the same before and after picture. Don’t be naive with these things, this is internet scamming at it’s highest. If you read the small print on the websites that you get the things off, it tells you that the sample is free with only shipping costs, then after that you will be billed monthly for the product, it is a subscription and you will take a huge hit in the finances. Also, read between the lines, so many natural athletes and body builders are raving about this stuff and using it regularly but in the same article it says that it is not yet available to purchase and only trial samples are on offer. So where are these natural athletes getting this stuff? It is 100% bogus guys. No slander intended, but Gerard Butler and Ryan Reynolds juiced up to look how they did, as did the guys in the pictures in this article. Anyone who knows anything about training knows that.

  9. travis October 22, 2013 at 1:42 pm - Reply

    Be careful ref given this company your c/c details as they take more than they say and keep trying,
    Ref product cant say as still waiting for the product,its been over two weeks now !

    • glenn November 4, 2013 at 8:18 pm - Reply

      reply you don,t want them your getting robed.

  10. Harry.S October 22, 2013 at 4:19 pm - Reply

    hi i am 16 and a keen body builder. i go to the gym 5 days a week and am always concentrating on fitness. i have ordered a bottle of Testcore advanced no.2 and am wondering how many to take and how many times a day.

  11. Luca October 22, 2013 at 4:27 pm - Reply

    How much is testocore advanced to buy

  12. david thompson October 22, 2013 at 7:04 pm - Reply

    was wondering where I could get hold of these two products in this country (England).

    • st November 23, 2013 at 5:26 pm - Reply

      yeah man, its delivered by the royal mail 😉

    • lewis January 19, 2014 at 1:12 pm - Reply

      hi there i have both,no2 surge & testocore. they both have be open and are missing 3 tablets each. i only got them 21/12/2013. of a cost of £180. live in essex .

  13. Pg October 23, 2013 at 12:31 pm - Reply

    Hi I just got my free trial, what times are best to take both testocore advanced and no2 surge and should I take one of each or two a day?

  14. Sean October 23, 2013 at 10:42 pm - Reply

    There is no such thing as a free trial, i was charged a small fee of £2.99 & £4.95 for what was a quick delivery within the UK not overseas then to find they took a further £84.95 from me after only 14 days later, claim they will refund me, i never gave them the right to take money out of my account whenever they wanted, this will be the last time i but anything from a Facebook advert, its just a con for a product that has not even been tested or past.

    • Ijaz Khalid October 27, 2013 at 8:42 am - Reply

      can i get their contact details if you have as same happen to me and now they have charged me for No 2 surge as well

      • glenn November 4, 2013 at 8:22 pm - Reply

        there an american outfit but have a base in england phone no 08000921631 or 08001244358 trading standarts no 08456009184

    • Paul October 27, 2013 at 9:03 pm - Reply

      hi, after reading your post, I checked their T’s&C’s and it does say they will take out £84.95 if you don’t cancel the trial period within 14 days.

    • renata October 30, 2013 at 12:43 pm - Reply

      Hi Sean,i have same problem,they charge me 84.95£ same as you.Or you get money back from then?thanks

    • James Costello November 2, 2013 at 12:32 pm - Reply

      Conning fuckers

    • Paul April 23, 2014 at 9:48 pm - Reply

      Hi i was woundering how did u get the refund for the tescocore n no2 surge, thanks paul.

  15. eamonn gallagher October 24, 2013 at 11:30 am - Reply

    thank you for free trial but cant find your website for prices and ordering

    • Gary October 25, 2013 at 12:01 am - Reply

      The reason you cant find a website is because the company makes it extremely difficult for anyone to contact them because its a scam! You also wont find any phone number. They WILL charge your card like a monthly subscription that will run into hundreds of $£ unless you cancel the card! The product they sell is also a worthless scam. If you want another example, just type in “Akai berry scams” for similar. You will not build muscle using this rubbish, there is no magic pills or potion’s my friend. The only way you build muscle is sticking to a good body building diet and using a proven weight training regime. Don’t get conned by these adverts!

      • darryl February 6, 2014 at 1:01 pm - Reply

        Hi I have been reading the comments saying it is a scam and came to yours and was wondering if you knew how exactly i would cancel my card
        would I need a new account or not?

  16. Gary October 24, 2013 at 11:52 pm - Reply

    How many times do you guys have to be told!
    YOU WILL BE SCAMMED OUT OF £££££$$$$$$.
    It is a subscription service, they will bill your card every dam month and whats more, this supplement is worthless BS!
    I cant believe reading above about these young guys wanting to take this crap! You guys are young, your body is primed already to make testosterone itself, anything more is passed as waste! This maybe hard to swallow but the ONLY way you will build muscle is by a good diet and a good training program, you are burning money with this crap guys!

    • Tim April 29, 2014 at 6:03 pm - Reply

      Obviously i have been scammed too and agree with Gary. if this product was any good at all they would sell loads of it anyway, the fact that they con people tells you straight away that it is worthless, don’t bother with it.

  17. Kwame October 25, 2013 at 7:53 pm - Reply

    You fools buying this will see no difference. If you want something that will work then Future pharmaceuticals or MaxiMuscle turbo is cheaper.

    This is nonsense. your free trial is 2.99 then after 14 days if you do not cancel you will be charged £84.99 for 30 tablets then so forth 30 days after that . Do your maths it aint worth it

  18. Danny Smith October 25, 2013 at 9:00 pm - Reply

    Hiya guys, i am 23 and have always been very thin will i get bigger by taking this stuff with it being a diet pill? Been looking for years for something to help me bulk up to build into muscle. It doesnt help that i am a fussy eater and dont really eat vegetables other than sweetcorn and broccoli, could really do with your opinions so i more than welcome any you have.

  19. Mark October 26, 2013 at 10:15 am - Reply

    Message to anyone who has considered or already purchased this crap, it is not fee as stated above, just one big con! you will soon see that £84 & £65 will come out your account if you purchased them both and make sure you phone your bank to cancel it because they will keep taking more of your money. You cant even contact them which is ridiculous! STAY CLEAR FROM THESE CON ARTISTS

  20. Ijaz Khalid October 27, 2013 at 8:39 am - Reply

    be carefule this company sucks

    with name of free sample they detect good money from your account as it happend to me
    as the charged 84.95 testocore and 68.89
    they suck

  21. mike October 27, 2013 at 9:46 pm - Reply

    someone ordered this stuff off my debit card, not impressed after i sore the small print, scamming bastards. u should never trust adverts like this

  22. Joe October 28, 2013 at 1:33 pm - Reply

    Can’t believe some of you guys did not read the terms and conditions on their website before ordering, and now you are complaining because you have been charged!!!

    Live and learn for some of you I guess….

  23. John October 28, 2013 at 10:56 pm - Reply

    Been taking them for two weeks now haven’t noticed a big difference yet wots up with that ?

    • Martin November 11, 2013 at 8:03 am - Reply

      Did you notice much difference now John?

  24. John October 28, 2013 at 10:58 pm - Reply

    Been takin them for two weeks havnt really noticed a big difference wots up with that ?

  25. Alex October 29, 2013 at 6:49 pm - Reply

    How do u cancel the trial? Tried calling them but there is always over a 10 min wait!! Anyone successfully cancelled?

    • James November 11, 2013 at 4:05 pm - Reply


      I recently purchased both the NO2 Surge and the Testocore Advanced tablets, then after receiving the tablets, i soon realised that they were not that good, i called the company and got through straight away, I asked to cancel my account, after a couple of attempts from the sales person offering me 50% off the monthly price, he then gave me the account cancellation numbers, which i have kept just in case they try to deduct money from my account

  26. john October 30, 2013 at 8:04 am - Reply

    i just purchased this product and didn’t realize it was a scam until now how do i cancel this and stop it from happening please!!!!

  27. Joe October 30, 2013 at 12:57 pm - Reply

    Did anyone manage to get the refund after 14 days?

  28. Darren October 31, 2013 at 5:34 pm - Reply

    Hi Guys,

    Just wondered if you know of any known side effects with testocore and the No2 Surge..I have just got these two muscle products and wanted to ask a few questions before i start to take them..I havent heard of anything but just wondered as i know other products can cause hair loss, gum problems etc..Any help or advice would be appreciated..

    Thanks Guys

  29. Nick October 31, 2013 at 9:19 pm - Reply

    If you actually look at the websites. No.1, They both has the same sorta symbol in the tabs (Two red lines). And even the pictures are bullshit. Says it’s “Made in the USA” Yet it comes from
    Body Massco LTD
    D11 Glyme Court . Oxford Office Village
    Langford Lane . Kidlington, Oxfordshire
    OX5 1LQ . United Kingdom.
    And FYI. Read the terms and conditions – The cost of the product is £84.95 and you will be billed that price for the initial product sent out and the access to the website if you do not cancel before your 14 day trial has ended.

  30. Thomas November 1, 2013 at 10:47 am - Reply

    I know some people are saying they take a lot of money out of your account after the free trial has finished. Will this continue to happen month after month or is it only once? Also, how do I cancel my subscription if I want to?

  31. Thomas November 1, 2013 at 11:17 am - Reply

    Ok guys I’ve just spoken to customer service. First of all, THIS COMPANY IS NOT A SCAM. However, if you do not call customer service within your 14 day trial period then they will charge you for both bottles (the prices quoted above). Everyone who signs up to recieve TA and No2 is entitled to 2 free trials. Therefore, make sure you call them on 0844 248 1891 BEFORE your trial finishes and tell them the product IS NOT WORKING for you (even if it is) and they will extend your trial period. Then, before your 28 day trial is up, call them again and say it’s still not working and you can either agree a reduced price for the products or you can cancel completely.

  32. James Costello November 2, 2013 at 12:45 pm - Reply

    Do they refund, I can’t believe I fell for it I feel robbed

  33. scott November 2, 2013 at 6:42 pm - Reply

    Im guessing “Thomas” works for this company

    scamming bastards its small print for a reason there hoping you miss that so they can charge you !!!!

  34. glenn November 4, 2013 at 8:13 pm - Reply

    do not get involved with these rip of merchants the tablets they give you will cost you 160 pound after 14 days shows the product is not selling so they have moved to dirty tactics in selling there product.iv,e been caught with two of there products free trials how are you meant to know if something works in a fortnight or even a month iv took good steriods that don,t work in the timescale there talking about i went to the bank today have lost 160 pound and have,nt even opened the tubes yet i advise anyone who has been caught in this scam to ask for a full refund if they do not agree phone trading standards on 08454040506 i suffer from bio polar condition any one with any problems mentally or with problems with bad eyesight should get a full refund very decietful advertising.

  35. Lloyd Copson November 5, 2013 at 9:41 pm - Reply

    Hi. I, like many of you ordered this without realising I would be billed 85 quid a month (you miss stuff when you zoom in on a phone) and I only realised when I got a confirmation email. I rang the “automated service” to cancel and ended up speaking to an american, so that will cost me. He agreed to cancel my order, but only after trying to sell me every other monthly subscription they have. In the end, I got a months worth for a tenner. I then I got another email saying that £75 had been returned to me, so the 14 days trial before being charged appears to actually be around 3 hours. I still have to check my statement but I’m sure I haven’t heard the last of them.

  36. Ben November 7, 2013 at 4:15 pm - Reply

    Hey guys,

    I stupidly ordered this product without thoroughly researching and within 2 hours I canceled the free trail shipments and the subscription straight away.
    Just phone the number quoted above and you’ll end up speaking to some guy and he’ll try and offer you discounts and stuff to stay on but just cancel and then it’s no problem.

  37. jordan November 8, 2013 at 12:30 pm - Reply

    what a fuckin joke got my free trial off no2 and testo core and the testo core company took it upon then selves to take £85 out my bank account does anyone no a phone number I can contact them on

  38. jordan November 8, 2013 at 12:53 pm - Reply

    I just rang them up and really laid it out to them they took £85 out my account and I didn’t even get to trial the stuff they start the trial soon as u order the tablets a told them that I was getting my solicitor involved and that because it didn’t state on there website what I had to pay I got a 75% refund and the on going account for more cancelled this company is a rip off but if you contact then and go down the same lines as myself within 28days of your order they have no choice to repay you your money don’t take nothing less than 75% refund

  39. Jose November 8, 2013 at 6:40 pm - Reply

    This is nothing but a legal scam.

    When making the order for your trial product you agree with a monthly subscription that has to be cancelled before 14 days, otherwise they will charge to the same card you used an amount of 84.95 GBP. If you contact your bank they will protect you over next payments, but that first one, as it is explained in the terms and conditions section (the one nobody reads) is legal and you can forget that money.

    I will suggest you to contact Trading Standards about the problem. As more people making complaints as easier to get these persons not making this kind of scam anymore.

    Now if you want to order a scam… go ahead.Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    This is nothing but a legal scam.

    When making the order for your trial product you agree with a monthly subscription that has to be cancelled before 14 days, otherwise they will charge to the same card you used an amount of 84.95 GBP. If you contact your bank they will protect you over next payments, but that first one, as it is explained in the terms and conditions section (the one nobody reads) is legal and you can forget that money.

    I will suggest you to contact Trading Standards about the problem. As more people making complaints as easier to get these persons not making this kind of scam anymore.

    Now if you want to order a scam… go ahead.

  40. jason November 8, 2013 at 7:31 pm - Reply

    hi can someone give me the link for the terms and condition for the testocore advanced

  41. Martyn November 12, 2013 at 8:41 am - Reply

    They’ve taken £17.49 out of my account after receiving the trial get it put back in my account

  42. Carl Roberts November 12, 2013 at 7:26 pm - Reply

    Do not do this trial. It is a total scam. The product doesn’t work. They are basically trying to scam you into taking £85 and £70 from your credit card if you don’t realise it is a scam after 14 days. They will barter you down on the phone for a refund. Hold your ground and threaten to dispute the transactions on your credit card (where they will be fined for each transaction). It is not clear that you will be charged recurring fees unless you read the small print. The T&Cs of these types of schemes should be provided within the product by law. There are no contact details on the bottle either.

  43. Daniel November 12, 2013 at 7:32 pm - Reply

    I emailed customer service and they replied back but they never cancelled my subscription I have emailed in reply but if it happens again I will call them instead. I am skeptical over this, but still curious about the results.

    • Pan June 19, 2014 at 11:54 am - Reply

      what was the email address you emailed to? Just spoken with a rep who offered to give me back some money from this month, although they scammed me last month as well!!

  44. Andrew Jenkins November 13, 2013 at 10:56 pm - Reply

    Hey my name is Andrew Jenkins,
    I would like to ask why £85 has been taken from my account when I have nothing to show for it. Ie, I haven’t bought anything off yourselfs apart from a FREE supplement?! I would greatly appreciate it if you could get back in touch and explain the £85 that you have taken from my account as I am not aware of purchasing anything from yourselfs.
    Yours sincerely

  45. Wem November 15, 2013 at 3:24 pm - Reply

    Yeap, didn’t read the small print. After three attempts I spoke with the customer service and cancelled the subscription. Full price paid for the two bottles received though.
    Live and learn – Always read the small prints.

  46. 2 day diet November 16, 2013 at 1:28 am - Reply

    I, as well, had a 2 day diet after which you can a body weight attain. I’m pissed off, but proceed to try. Please allow me sign up for your motivatiom crew!

  47. Gavin November 18, 2013 at 9:12 am - Reply

    So if its a scam, how do you cancel the next payment?

  48. dave November 19, 2013 at 2:45 pm - Reply

    Interesting read guys. I ordered expecting a free trial and sure I enough the small print then came up immediately. I did call a poxy 08 number from my mobile for ten minutes. However I did get through and cancelled my trial there and then they also sent a confirmation email. I wasn’t worried about the few odd quid shipping charges and 2 bottles have arrived so technically I have now got a free trial. That said though when I said I wanted to cancel I felt they were very pushy. First extended my trial to 4 then 6 weeks. Then of I accepted over my extended trial they were willing to sell the products half price. Which I still think is a lot of dosh. I explained that I thought the way they were selling the product was misleading. My only question now is do I take it?

  49. Paul November 19, 2013 at 8:18 pm - Reply

    Do not buy these it is a scam!!!!!! They charge you only for delivery then a couple of weeks later they clean you out!

  50. Daniel November 20, 2013 at 7:00 pm - Reply

    I managed to cancel my subscription and have been taking these for nearly a week now, no change whatsoever yet. My workouts have felt the same, and I have not lost or gained anything major that’s worth reporting.

  51. Michael November 22, 2013 at 4:16 pm - Reply

    Thomas what is the website that you did this free trial on and what contact number was you given.

  52. saif November 28, 2013 at 8:57 pm - Reply

    no comment

  53. Mark Perrott November 28, 2013 at 9:01 pm - Reply

    I want both these products and four weeks worth how much will this cost ?

  54. khaled November 29, 2013 at 4:54 pm - Reply

    dnt buy it … they misuse your card details.

  55. Jo November 29, 2013 at 9:04 pm - Reply

    Hi, I would say that it IS a scam to some degree, just a crafty well orchestrated scam. I stupidly ordered free trial after coming across it then after becoming suspicious I looked into forums about it and learned of the monthly subscription! I phoned them up to cancel after a few times and long wait and probably hefty phone bill and spoke to a woman who was in the US. She really tried to stop me cancelling keeping me on the phone for ages offering me her ”special” discounts and extended trial period and finding out that you can only use them for 14 days if cancelled you have to return the rest of the products or for an extra £8 I could keep them and subscription cancelled. Because I couldnt be arsed to send them back and just wanted to be done with it I went with that option. So I now have the products dont know whether to start taking them as I still want more feedback and my subscription is cancelled you get a confirmation email with cancellation no. I also cancelled the card I used to get them and got a new one just to be safe. Iv def learnt a lesson anyway

  56. Ricky November 30, 2013 at 5:50 pm - Reply

    Thanks for that info Thomas. but with a good work out does it work , is there more than a noticeable improvement after using these products .

  57. Arion December 2, 2013 at 2:50 pm - Reply

    I’m a little jealous that many claim this product in combo with NO2 gave them physical results. I have noticed nothing. I was getting far better results from far cheaper natural products on the market than these 2. I certainly won’t be buy these again or recommending to others. It’s a waste of a month taking something which doesn’t work. Good to you all if it did work.

  58. David Mcloughlin December 2, 2013 at 4:20 pm - Reply

    I,ve just on day 3, but i certainly feel lighter on my toe,s. .D.

  59. David Mcloughlin December 2, 2013 at 4:24 pm - Reply

    I,m on day 3 but certainly feel lighter on my toe,s.

  60. Ian Johnson December 2, 2013 at 8:27 pm - Reply

    Please don’t touch these scammers!!!
    These people will clean out your account after 14 days!
    They have already stolen over £300 from me in a month, and I’m still waiting for the bank to sort it out.

  61. Daniel December 5, 2013 at 7:37 am - Reply

    Hi, has anyone got a number for this company I can call to cancel the subscription please? I payed a small fee for delivery on 2 trial bottles 2 weeks ago. Only to wake this morning to realise they’ve took a further £84 out my account!! I need to sort this ASAP. Can someone help me please. Thanks

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  63. pissedclient December 9, 2013 at 1:47 am - Reply

    Don’t you guys pay for either one of them no2 surge or testocore its just a scam to get you subscribe with u know and keep taking money from your account after 14 days

  64. Mb December 14, 2013 at 12:39 am - Reply

    Rats they are con artists don’t trust them what so ever

  65. jodie December 16, 2013 at 3:29 pm - Reply

    Has anyone been charged since they have cancelled their subscription?

  66. Sandeep December 16, 2013 at 11:16 pm - Reply

    I have return the product for refund with my RMA number but when I call to customer service they refused to give my money back refund saying that they haven’t received my product so I would suggest every customer not to buy any product or order any free trail product because this company is just taking money

  67. mark December 19, 2013 at 9:04 pm - Reply

    funny how you cant see their terms and conditions when ordering your free trial !! total f ing rip off cancel your card ASAP

  68. Gerard December 20, 2013 at 12:35 am - Reply


    I stupidly applied for this product today I have not received anything yet, can I just cancel the card I payed for the free trial or could I just go to the bank and put a block of any money been taken out from this company.

    Regards Gerard

  69. Poppy December 21, 2013 at 2:43 am - Reply

    I work at a bank and see this crap all the time. “free trial” on ANY website screams SCAM. Our fraud department are constantly calling customers who have signed up for these “free trials” to let them know that they have had to cancel the customers credit card. (and this is a full time job for a whole department)

    Don’t be stupid and just stay away from anything on the net claiming to be a free trial. Want a legit free trial? go to your local gym. I’m sure they would be happy to give you one!

  70. Rhys December 22, 2013 at 7:56 am - Reply

    I appreciate that no-one ever reads the T&Cs, I certainly didn’t, but it does clearly states about the charges. I hadn’t actually got round to starting to use the products yet so I phoned to put my subscription on hold and they still offered me a 50% discount for when I reactivate.

    People, including myself, need to learn to read T&C before lying to the tick box. And to gracefully admit that they are wrong.

  71. Mill December 28, 2013 at 4:41 pm - Reply

    Total scam, barely legal and extremely unethical. Same thing happened to me, payed the postage for the 2 trial bottles.. and ‘missed’ the hidden small print about the £84.. spoke to a woman in the US after cancelling any more payments with my bank. she cancelled my account and told me that if I send the bottles back using a royal mail tracker they would be refunded. Sounding familier or promising to anyone? and has anyone been charged after the account cancellation.

  72. Matt December 29, 2013 at 1:07 pm - Reply

    Been reading your reviews guys and was shocked to find out that id been fooled into this scam … Really should read things thoroughly … Anyhow ive just give some american woman 10 mins of hell on the phone and shes refunded me and cancelled so success with confirmation emails .. 0844 248 1891

  73. darren January 5, 2014 at 1:33 pm - Reply

    hi, am like everyone of you, ordered, then read the small print, cancelled within 3 hrs of ordering, got confirmation emails of cancellation, then received tx’s a day later to say, products shipped, phoned them again, they advised to ignore txs as just standard procedure, if i cancelled then i wont receive goods, following day i got goods from courier with return slip missing, so i knew i was going to get charged, to make sure i didn’t, i cancelled my card and received a new card so that they couldn’t charge me again, they can’t prove i had tablets as i didn’t sign for any!! and i do have cancellation emails, so in effect, i got a months supply for only postage and packaging, they cant do anything bout it, so i ripped them off for trying to rip me off, conners!!!

    • Help January 19, 2014 at 2:13 pm - Reply


      Does that work? If I cancel my card is there no way they can charge me the extra 85+65 quid? Did you get away with not returning the months supply? I dont want it I just dont want to pay to post it back.

  74. Thomas January 6, 2014 at 7:31 pm - Reply

    It says to take 2 of each a day so i was woundering wen u take them ????????

  75. craig January 8, 2014 at 1:31 pm - Reply


  76. KEA January 9, 2014 at 1:40 am - Reply

    i can see alot of people lost money “always read the small print” is a well known saying ..but anyway what is this product like i would like to hear from someone who used properly for a month or more

    • ringo January 11, 2014 at 4:12 pm - Reply

      Probably no change !

  77. Steven January 11, 2014 at 12:54 pm - Reply

    I managed to cancel I complained by sending lots of emails and they sent me a number that was answered within 1 min 08005460182

  78. ringo January 11, 2014 at 3:53 pm - Reply

    Steer clear of this crap to gain muscle/feel fitter eat good, work out, rest ,all theses super pills are bullshit

  79. ringo January 11, 2014 at 4:03 pm - Reply

    The secret of getting fit and muscular is to do it the hard way eat a high protein diet and work out constantly . pictures of body builders who are 7 stone weaklings one week and are huge muscle men after 2-3 weeks is sheer rubbish …ND scary stuff taking pills you dont know whats in them ….???

  80. ringo January 12, 2014 at 7:08 pm - Reply

    Go from a skinny 7 stone weakling to a 15 stone in 2 weeks … send for a sample…errrr + send us multi payments of £???????

  81. worried January 14, 2014 at 8:47 am - Reply

    hi folks, i ordered these before doing any reaserch, DOH, i am now worried they are going to try and pile cash from my account, i have reported my card lost, its been canceled and sending out a new card with all new numbers etc, will this stop them?


  82. WTF January 16, 2014 at 6:44 pm - Reply

    They sent me an e-mail, trial Testocore Advanced £4.95 but they took £84.95 from my account!!
    BE CAREFUL!!!!!!!

  83. Nick January 16, 2014 at 8:16 pm - Reply

    Just to add to the many comments on here, this is a scam.

    I took up the ‘free’ trial, extended the time period for 2 weeks and then cancelled 5 days before the trial period was up. Over a month later, they took £140 out of my bank account.

    I have now got my bank to reverse the charges.

    I used the products as I was hoping they would help naturally raise my low levels of testosterone but after stopping using my prescribed Testosterone Gel and using the product for 3 weeks, the results of blood tests showed the product had zero effect on my testosterone levels. So Testocore was useless for me.

  84. The big G January 17, 2014 at 8:50 pm - Reply


  85. tony January 18, 2014 at 1:38 pm - Reply

    total scam,
    like others didn’t realise they would be taking money each month,
    only wanted trial to try, don’t get caught like I did,
    had to phone cc comp to cancel transactions
    don’t do it is my advice

  86. tony January 18, 2014 at 1:41 pm - Reply

    would like to know if any one else has successfully canceled products.
    im hopeing I have

  87. fran January 18, 2014 at 3:02 pm - Reply

    How do I stop this scam

  88. will January 18, 2014 at 11:08 pm - Reply

    They already gave to “secret” to Gerald Butler in 300 movie to another supplement 7 years ago… ANOTHER SUBSCRIPTION, is crap guys you can buy far better muscle building supplements cheaper from most places.

    If you want to build muscle buy pure whey protein (for shakes) and a natural testosterone booster, then drink lots of water, no crap, carbs 2 hours before the gym or workout and whey protein shake straight after the session and good protein meal like stake and before bed have another shake. you will sleep better feel good and gain muscle like a train. give your muscles good rest don’t work the same muscles every day. give one set of muscles like biceps at least 4 days off after a workout. write down which muscles when and separate the muscle groups through the week. rest and your gain… if you workout the same stuff everyday your only tone. you wont build. Don’t buy anything on subscription…. hard work and a set program and your get ripped.

  89. Help January 19, 2014 at 2:10 pm - Reply

    Hi I too have fallen victim to this scam! I have not received the trial product yet but called to say I wanted to cancel it. The next day it was shipped. I again called to cancel it which was no problem as long as I post back whatever I receive. If I cancel my card will they still be able to take future payments? If I cancel it will I still have to return it?

  90. WHAT A TW@T January 20, 2014 at 4:27 pm - Reply

    hi ive been sucked out of £150 by these parisites steeling mf!!!! i been on phone said he will cancell my account just hope he does. said wont give refund as they are in the right plus its in the small print ?. well im not giving up without a fight anyone know any numbers where we all can go get help legally would be very appreciated. be warned be careful peeps!!!

  91. WTF January 21, 2014 at 4:36 am - Reply

    Hi again folks! after these victims comments I recommend you to DO NOT buy this product and/or DO NOT buy online!!

  92. Steve January 21, 2014 at 10:28 am - Reply

    These people are a bunch of scammers. The picture of “Reporter Bryan Stevens” that they are splattering all over the web is actually a picture of celebrity Joe Manganiello.

  93. RT January 21, 2014 at 1:13 pm - Reply

    I managed to cancel the subscription, and the next day they decided to ship their product anyway. This company would love your money, so the best course of action is to cancel your card even after cancelling. Cancel and threaten to report them to the authorities. They thankfully never got their hands on anything.

  94. jack January 21, 2014 at 4:34 pm - Reply

    this is actually a scam, no one be fooled like i was, i still dont understand why it is on a men’s health article, but if you have already bought i trial offer then cancel (they dont let you via email and it is hard to find on thier website as they are scamming us) then when you ring up they say you have to send the trial back to recieve a refund (why? the trial has nothing to do with any lengthy contracts). although you sign up for a free trial they automatically sign you up to thier expensive lengthy contracts without telling you, what you have to do is find out when a. there planning on billing you. b. under what name. and c. exactly how much in order to block thier ability to withdraw from your bank. no2 surge and testocare are scamming. there both the same company just trying to get more money out of people

  95. Tim January 22, 2014 at 7:26 pm - Reply

    I am embarrassed to say that I have been conned, and have only just realised after four months! To prevent these b*stards from taking any more money, (and hopefully to try and reclaim some of it!) can anyone give me a number to ring? Any number I ring cuts out

  96. Dominic McGuigan January 22, 2014 at 10:02 pm - Reply

    To cancel subscription, the number is 08005460182. quote your original order number and say that you wan it cancelled and ask for an email confirmation of the cancellation too.

  97. John January 24, 2014 at 7:30 pm - Reply

    What’s the number to cancel from Republic of Ireland and don’t have order number was all chucked in the bin will try and cancel ASAP ..

  98. liam January 26, 2014 at 6:42 pm - Reply

    please can some1 give number to cancel from ireland, i payed for this crap nearly 2 weeks ago and after reading all this, i want to cancel but no number to call from ireland

  99. John January 27, 2014 at 3:38 pm - Reply

    Same as Liam can someone give us the number the ones in previous comments don’t work and I will end up having to close my account and reorganise all direct debits and so on:(

  100. Alan Hunt January 27, 2014 at 6:45 pm - Reply

    I got caught by an identical scam six months ago, by a firm in Scotland and as several people have said, you pay for a ‘FREE’ trial only to find that you are tied into a monthly payment to this company to the tune of around £70 TO £80. I would strongly urge everyone to avoid this scam. I contacted my bank who repaid my first monthly payment back to my account, then took action against these people. The product was crap and worthless. Be warned.

  101. daniel January 29, 2014 at 4:46 pm - Reply

    so does the product work or is it just the money everyones complaining about?

  102. Ken January 30, 2014 at 10:58 pm - Reply

    It’s a con!!
    hidden T&C’s, nothing on the emails or paperwork but once they have your card details unauthorised money taken until you cancel which is also difficult as they charge a premium rate call to put you on hold for as long as possible,
    you can try sending a complaint to

    but don’t hold your breath!!

  103. Ken January 30, 2014 at 11:00 pm - Reply

    also might be worth reporting them to if enough people do it maybe this scam will be stopped

  104. craig January 31, 2014 at 1:58 am - Reply

    i see a lot of people complaining and calling it a scam but how man y of you have actually tried it? want to know if it works or not, not whether you think its a scam or not. an educated response please someone?

    • daniel February 4, 2014 at 2:56 pm - Reply

      DOES IT WORK OR NOT????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????/

      • Tim April 29, 2014 at 6:28 pm - Reply

        No !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it doesn’t!

  105. Cicero January 31, 2014 at 9:57 pm - Reply

    This is ridiculous … Fuck company my partner just accept this trial and is a nightmare … Can’t believe in uk accept one legal scam …

  106. Aaron February 3, 2014 at 4:18 pm - Reply

    anybody have a number you can ring them from Ireland??? none of the numbers listed work over here! Iv already had 180 euro taken from my account from these pricks! “Free trial” my ass! 180 euro taken from a student is hell of a lot of money

    • Oskar February 3, 2014 at 11:31 pm - Reply

      Hi Aaron, i too ordered a “free” trial of testocore advanced, but after i did went into t&c to read what is what. Only then i discovered that they will be charging me on monthly basis, was not how i imagined it. Anyway…to make the long story short, i rang the phone number in email 0800 092 1631, in this case calling from Ireland i used +0044 800 092 1631, and i got through an American lady…so i explained that i have made a mistake and do not agree that my card is debited every month and want to cancel my “free :) trial”. She said its fine and because i have called only about 10min after i made the payment she said that she will cancell the order aswell.
      All good….got my cancelation email and happy out. After day or so i got an email saying your order has been shipped! Wtf??? So i thought im not gonna call again to god knows where …i had an email confirming that all is canceled. So i took no notice. After another while i got nervous and thought but what if they take the money anyway….so instead of calling i emailed to the aupport, after another day i got an email confirming that everything is canceled. And then…..postman brings me package….guess whats in it?…..aha…testocoreadvanced :) then i got scared and thought that i will def. be charged.
      So to be 100% safe i called to my bank and said that i have lost my card. So day 14 of my so called trial came to end and i was waiting for email saying….something like there was problem with your card and blah blah, but hey…nothing. Im about 2 weeks over the trial and still nothing, i have not opened the bottle, just in case, but other than that looks like i have a 90€ worth product bought for 4€
      Hope it helps, from now on…i will always read T&C
      Good luck

  107. Stuart February 5, 2014 at 12:18 pm - Reply

    Complete scam paid for trial bottles now £80 has been deducted from my account without my day so!

  108. Nics February 5, 2014 at 7:14 pm - Reply

    Don’t by this cancelled credit card email email the customer care email or ring 0044 844 248 1894 I got away with it because I maxed my credit card card straight away and cancelled it 4 a new one keep email reference Lik ring them and email them too so u have a paper trail to back u up its a total scam!!

  109. kevin February 7, 2014 at 9:24 am - Reply

    i ordered the free samples 12 hrs ago, THEN looked on the net for any comments about the product. apart from the advert that grabbed me by the (gonads), everthing else said (you just been ripped off!) so i took the advice of (thomas) who has left a comment on here. i rung the number 08442481891 and got through straight away. i cancelled all orders with no problems and im told i will get an e-mail to confirm this within 24hrs. i then asked if i will still get my free samples he said no, so fingers crossed, everything should be fine. i will leave a follow up comment if the promised e-mail arrives.

  110. Nigel. February 10, 2014 at 3:07 pm - Reply

    I have, and I am, still very ill, I have a very rare muscle wasting disease, I was at the time on a legal website, looking for some legal advice on my mortgage, (which I was conned, by

  111. Nigel. February 10, 2014 at 3:17 pm - Reply

    YOU. Don’t get caught or conned, YOU GET nought for nought. So don’t expect it. The positives on this website, are only placed by paid PEOPLE, by these con artists.

    • Luke Gurrey February 10, 2014 at 3:28 pm - Reply

      We have posted the positives from the press releases but if you look at the top we strongly suggest people read small print and do not buy the product

  112. Kenny February 12, 2014 at 8:33 pm - Reply

    Absolute scandal guys! Do not bother with this shit. I was so stupid for not reading into this before purchasing the bottles…. Rang the number for the company and they blatantly said I would be charged £85 in 14 days time, unless I send the bottles back un-opened with the tracking numbers etc etc. I will be canceling my card with the bank this week and they can get to f***! stick to PHD shakes. Lose weight fast & gain muscle. about £35 on ebay. Peace

  113. bob February 20, 2014 at 6:58 pm - Reply

    i’ve been conned,cancelled order after long phone call to USA, they said they would refund amount.But no they didn’t and took more money from my card this month. I called CC services and have had them blocked from taking anymore money. 160 euro taken from my card.

    never received anything after the trial pills,which are going in the toilet.

    hopefully i don’t have to change my card.

  114. ALigarian February 20, 2014 at 9:54 pm - Reply

    Beware of these scamsters. I cancelled the subscription which I never knowingly signed up to in the first place and also cancelled my card to make doubly sure. Got a cancellation confirmation in January and was again charged (on the replacement card) in February!!

    take it up with your bank and the Citizen’s Advice Bureau. These guys need to be taken offline now!

  115. Mark February 21, 2014 at 8:22 pm - Reply

    I too am ashamed to say I’ve also fallen prey to this scam. I phoned them before I even received the product and told them I wanted to cancel, they told me I’d have to send them back and gave me 2 “RMA” numbers to write on the package. When they arrived I sent them back and phoned my bank to report the fact they might try and take more money! Yesterday £69.95 went out for NO2 Surge and today a further £63 for Testacore. Luckily because I’d already reported it to my bank they have refunded me the money. I’m not convinced they won’t take more money and I’m currently on hold to the bastards to go mental at them. My next step is to speak to trading standards. Things like this have to stop!

  116. Robert February 22, 2014 at 9:36 am - Reply

    Don’t buy their trial ,they will just take more money from your account without your knowledge absolute scammers

  117. jonathan February 27, 2014 at 10:02 pm - Reply

    darn darn i did the same seen advert on facebook then linked me too mens health and then started the trial on the 27/02/2014. at 4.30 pm, just came across this site tonight at ten oclock. will now head to my bank in morning and cancel order. there advert is so misleading.

  118. chris February 28, 2014 at 11:39 pm - Reply

    It’s a con, and not a good result either. When I complained, I was told,”nothing is free in this world”. How true those word are when it comes to these two products. I have been training for over 25 yrs, and never felt so ripped off. They make it sound like a offer a free trial, but then take your money. Even if you decide to not use, or just try it for a week, you still get charged. Stay away from them, they just want money, and no respect for their customers.

  119. chris March 1, 2014 at 12:58 am - Reply

    This company is absolutely MF Ripping money in your bank.Don’t deal with these people,I tried to call the number but its not a working numbers.

    • Shaun Batt March 3, 2014 at 2:11 pm - Reply

      I got through on 0800 1244 358 pretty quickly.. I had these for a month but not opened..said I didn’t want them & wanted my money back..Gave me an address in Toronto..Returns Dept. PO Box 500
      RPO Steels West, Toronto, On. M3J OJA..
      Told me to send it recorded delivery & get tracking No’ Once received need to call them back & I will get a refund..fingers crossed..Will not deal with O/L companies again..will keep you updated..Now going to post off..

  120. Elbert March 3, 2014 at 1:08 am - Reply

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  121. udayanga March 3, 2014 at 5:15 pm - Reply

    god bless us i got the same prob got the product and they charge me 94 eu for one and 24 for the other one email them and finally call them and canceled the account hope they will do it going to change my card thats the only way

  122. yweuger March 12, 2014 at 5:17 pm - Reply

    well, your all a bunch of retards for believing it and buying it lmao.. also spastics for not reading small print!

  123. A Wright March 14, 2014 at 10:43 pm - Reply

    If anyone would like a free trial, I’ve got an unopened supply of both after vainly ordering them like a phone last week… They came yesterday and decided to check a few forums before starting and after contacting my card company today who admitted it was a scam and have stopped any payments going to this company…

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  125. Richey March 18, 2014 at 9:51 am - Reply

    sorry to say i am another who fell into the trap THESE ARE AN ABSOLUTE RIP OFF i have had no beneficial results and nothing like the claimed gains put no weight on no size and shed no fat all my stats at the end of the course were the same as when i started the only thing i have lost is a considerable amount of money out of my account not bad for a FREE TRIAL!!!!!!
    I am currently in a battle to be refunded and will be reporting them to trading standards be warned!

  126. paul March 18, 2014 at 11:10 am - Reply

    These people are complete scammers, do not send of for the free trial packs. I did, then realised they had taken money out of my account, without my permission.

  127. STEVE March 18, 2014 at 5:46 pm - Reply


  128. Tom March 20, 2014 at 4:36 pm - Reply

    I have been had by this company as well! I have just called my bank to put in cancellation requests for any future payments. My bank are aware of the scam and have stopped the payments on my behalf.

  129. Lee March 20, 2014 at 10:44 pm - Reply

    How are these scamming cunts still getting away with it?

  130. alex March 24, 2014 at 7:39 pm - Reply

    I too have lost money from these bastards but i’m getting the fraud squad involved these people need to be taken to court and jailed Men’s Health is just as bad for allowing this avert

    • JacktehRipoff August 5, 2014 at 10:15 am - Reply

      Thats right, Mens health lose all credibility for promoting this rubbish, begs the question: Do they receive a commission? The insane cost of a month supply of this garbage suggests it is a generous commission too, at that. I personally wish for them, a rapid decline in due time, together with all the worthless, greedy, stupid, shallow, dumb-ass, fuckhead, piece of vile, abhorrent cockroach shit, Homo Sapien-deficient, retard affiliates that they can possibly muster, and all that they deserve – a plethora of ill will and karma.

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  132. Luis March 26, 2014 at 11:32 pm - Reply

    Hi guys.

    It seems I’m not the only person who didn’t read the small print until it magicly popped up after I confirmed all my details.

    Needless to say I immediately rang up their customer service line and was told their system was down for half hour, not believing this I rang straight back up and the bloke called ‘Neil’ was more than willing to help, sort of. After about 10 minutes of him trying his best to earn his commission he finally broke his act of salesmanship and cancelled the payments. After lots of aggro of me asking of a confirmation email and the bloke doing my head in, he hung up on me. I rang back moments later and the same ‘Neil’ answered. Eventually the issued was completely resolved, leaving me with nothing but £2.99 less to my name, thank god. A few days later I still received the product, which lead me to my bank to stop any future payments to Testocore.

    My advice from my experiences
    1) Don’t order it without looking into the commitments
    2) Read all terms and conditions
    3) If you are fooled immediately cancel payments through customer services
    4) Contact your bank if you’re worried.


    • Tim April 29, 2014 at 7:25 pm - Reply

      if there was a like button on here i would press it, good advice which i will follow in the future.

  133. Del March 28, 2014 at 2:20 am - Reply

    Why couldnt I come up with such a
    Yes folkes its a legal scam!!!! -You will be signing up to monthly subscription payments-!! YOUR CARD WILL BE CHARGE again & again & again!!.. Call the number and cancel the account ie: subcription.
    The agent will try to get you to agree extention trial period, but dont!! I spend 28min on the phone agruing about none arrival of product and canceling the account-(subscription)..he finally agreed to cancel..I will cancel my card at the bank-u better do the same b4 its too late.

  134. Del March 28, 2014 at 5:29 pm - Reply

    BAD NEWS..for me..!! Went to the bank today and those legal scammers took £94.75 from my card/account this morning..Bank unable to get my money back but will stop future payments from both names which is the same company.. I called and went ballstics at them but no refund coming. They say regardless of me chasing none arrival of products…my cancellation request was AFTER 14days from order date regardless of the emails they recieved before clearly stating this..In a nutshell emails is for corresponding but not for cancellation..

  135. Del March 28, 2014 at 5:59 pm - Reply

    Just realised but these reps sounds the same…
    Is it me??? I spoke to a Neil, Beron, Paul and a so-called woman, but all voices sound the same..

    My bank just confirm the money was taken on the 28th but legal scammer saying it was the 26th…I request a reciepts and my cancellation confirmation emails..still waiting.. My bank need this info to TRY get my money back, but the chance is very slim…

  136. Matt March 30, 2014 at 8:01 pm - Reply

    This is a con!!!!! Says you can cancel by phone or email. So I emailed and they said I need to phone. Then I phoned 3 times and was told they have a problem with there system on every occasion and to phone back in an hour. I have cancelled the card I used to pay on and am now awaiting a new card with new numbers on that these con men don’t have so are unable to take anymore money. Stay clear people. No such thing as free! Ps any computer buffs on here could probably get a job sorting out there system!

  137. Rob April 1, 2014 at 1:25 am - Reply

    Hi Del, The company state they do not accept cancellations via email, but only via telephone. But their own tems and conditions and contact page contradict this…
    “Your request for cancellation, whether by phone or email, will be processed immediately. You may cancel at anytime via our customer service phone number and you may submit a request of cancellation by email to All cancellation requests whether by email or by phone should receive a cancellation number and an email stating your subscription has been cancelled. You must keep this cancellation number or email for your records that you have been cancelled.”
    “Our Customer Service Department is Available 24 Hours and 7 Days a Week.

    To Cancel your order before the end of the trial period, please email Customer Support at with your name, shipping address and Order number.”

    This is the same for

  138. Ian April 1, 2014 at 1:51 pm - Reply

    It is a scam. My son ordered his “free trial” and was contacted by the company to say they would contact him prior to taking any money to see if he wanted to take out a paid subscription. No contact was forthcoming, but he suddenly noticed around £150 had been taken from his account in two transactions. He emailed the company and told them to cancel future orders and also notified his bank to put a block on future payments. They did not stop taking money, and to get round the block they changed their name on the bank reference when taking money. In total they took nearly £650 over a few weeks. We managed to close his account to stop the payments and got the majority refunded from the bank, but then the company tried to convince his bank that he had received further pills by producing a Recorded Delivery reference which the bank fell for. Of course this number was fake. Does anyone have correspondence details for this company so we can report them to the Police?

  139. Mark April 2, 2014 at 3:37 pm - Reply

    Scammers!!!! Had to push so hard to get a refund from the very nasty sales advisers when I called! They pretend it’s free trial, I paid £2.99 first time then they posted me a little box not even worth the 2.99 then charged me £95!!

    Told I will get a full refund but then they only refunded me £87, apparently another charge if you return the product! Never buying from an unknown company again

  140. Martin McCarron April 7, 2014 at 12:14 am - Reply

    Can’t wait until Testocore Advanced asrrives.

  141. Matthew April 9, 2014 at 4:31 pm - Reply

    I made the same mistake as everybody else and did not realise until reading this thread. Rang them to cancel my order within 20mins of placing it. No problem cancelling it and have received confirmation emails saying both accounts have been cancelled. Has anybody been charged after cancellation? I won’t be falling for that again….

  142. Morrisey April 11, 2014 at 12:17 pm - Reply

    The Bounders!
    These dogs need a damn good thrashing! One tries to retain a sense of dignity in this turbulant world we live in…however, it makes my blood boil to think how decent young men are being deceived by these people!

    I ordered – and I too – was ‘ripped off’ by having 79.97 & 94.97 taken out of my account. I’ve cancelled and have received a cancellation ref. number.

    However, I haven’t used the products and both products are still in their sealed original packaging – if I returned these items would I receive a full refund?

  143. Si April 11, 2014 at 8:48 pm - Reply

    This is a scam. Please do not buy. I have just cancelled my bank card in the uk. Look at this link below. Basically these guys are offering a free trial but charging the card 7 gbp for shipping. The small print then says it will charge my card further payments of 84 Gbp unless I cancel.

    Look at what body building . Com forums have to say about the true value or lack of value of the product for the claims it is making.

    When I called the contact number to cancel the trial they told me that I would not receive the 7 pounds back even though they wouldn’t send the product.

    I am really angry with the magazine putting a link into the article endorsing this. You only read the small print once you have clicked the send free trial button. Read what other people in the uk are saying about thus. We are all freaking and now cancelling our bank cards. This is so frustrating.

    PLEASE ANY GUYS IN THE UK don’t buy into this bull crap and it’s claims it is making. Read the link above to see how everyone is being conned

  144. Sarahg April 12, 2014 at 2:52 pm - Reply

    My 16 year old sone conned by this. Saw the free trial ad and got the product by giving his card number. Phoned them when he realised it was dodgy and the tablets could be anything! They said, return the product with a letter cancelling. I did and kept proof of posting. But, one month later another supply delivered. Phoned their ‘customer service’ line at Massco and the number rings as though it’s a foreign line, spoke to an Indian lady who cheekily said they hadn’t received returned sample product or any call/letter.

    Went to bank – they took 34.99 for the free trial and 52.49 for the second supply. Totally unauthorised payments. Bank have re-imbursed and put a block of company taking any more money. Strongly advise others to do the same – it’s the only way to stop them accessing your account.

  145. David Barr April 14, 2014 at 7:21 pm - Reply

    Does anyone know how many days work of tablets you get in the trail sample

  146. David D April 18, 2014 at 9:55 pm - Reply

    NO2 Surge Terms and Conditions
    Trial Orders

    By submitting your billing information and order, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions of the 14-day trial. You will be sent your trial order of our product, and be billed a small shipping and handling charge today. The 14 day trial period starts when you place your order and may be cancelled by phone at 0844 248 1894. You may extend your trial by calling us anytime before the 14th day to get more time to try the product out. You will be responsible to pay the Shipping and Handling charges for your first shipment and that is the amount billed to start the trial. The cost of the product is £79.97 and you will be billed that price for the initial product sent out and the access to the website if you do not cancel before your 14 day trial has ended. If after your 14-day trial period you wish to continue to receive our product, simply do not cancel, and in approximately 30 days and continuing every 30 days thereafter, you’ll be shipped out a 30 day supply of No2surge for the full price. If you wish to cancel your order before the 14 day trial has ended, contact us by phone at 0844 248 1894 and return the product back to us at your expense and you will not be billed anything further.
    Unless you contact our customer care department at 0844 248 1894 to cancel your monthly subscription, you will continue to receive product every month and be billed the full price for it.”You will be billed 79.97 pounds every month and receive product every month until cancellation”. Your request for cancellation, whether by phone or email, will be processed immediately. You may cancel at anytime via our customer service phone number and you may submit a request of cancellation by email to All cancellation requests whether by email or by phone should receive a cancellation number and an email stating your subscription has been cancelled. You must keep this cancellation number or email for your records that you have been cancelled.

  147. Matt McGhie April 21, 2014 at 5:25 pm - Reply


    As many people have written the sites which offer trial bottles of Testocore Advanced are a scam. You will indeed be billed $2.99 then huge following payments which will be extremely difficult to cancel. If any if you are still interested in purchasing the Testocore Advanced or NO2 tablets then I would advise that you actually buy these off eBay. There are many of them advertised on there and despite them perhaps going for slightly higher prices, it’s actually a safer way of buying them.

    I have never tried any of these muscle gain tablets myself. I am a regular gym goer and prefer to keep in shape through diet and exercise. As far as I am aware, the advertisement for these are very misleading, false and really quite the sham. Even if these do work, there is no way that someone can become a muscle machine in one month without at least some form of exercise and a gym routine of some sort.

  148. S C April 23, 2014 at 11:45 am - Reply

    They are impossible to speak to as the call centre is based in Florida (apparently). I have contacted my bank and have arranged for all recurring payments to be cancelled.

  149. john April 24, 2014 at 2:19 pm - Reply

    This is a total scam and a lot of people have been have been conned by these scumbags from america ,they lead u to believe you’re getting a special offer under a fiver but once they get your account nr they just help themselves .thiveing bastards.

  150. Dennett April 26, 2014 at 2:54 pm - Reply

    Ok so I went ahead and ordered Testocore advanced and No 2 Surge…I wasn’t going to but I thought Mens Health they’re an ethical company/magazine…And its a trial £2.99 and £4.95..I can live with that….Then the rip off…£94 and £79 removed from my account….When I contacted Testocore (0800 0921631 or 0800 1244358) the first thing they said….Didn’t you read the small print, after 14 days we charge you the full price (ie £180)….Not what I was expecting to hear…But I’ve received no product from you to account for these charges….O you had it its the trial we sent you at full price…ie 120 capsules £200. Not sure if the product is any good to be honest as soon as I found out what horrible people I was dealing with I wondered what was actually in the capsules in the first place…Bloody crooks…warn as many people as you can. And Mens Health should not have anything to do with such a dishonest bunch of nasties.. 😡 😡 😡 😡 😡 😡 😡

    • JacktehRipoff August 5, 2014 at 10:24 am - Reply

      mens health are receiving financial gain, i`ll bet in the way of generous commissions! Mens health lose all credibility along with this product. tell as many friends as you can, via social media! power to the people against these nasty companies and their affiliates.

  151. John April 27, 2014 at 12:39 am - Reply

    Hi, I received the products today. Two days before someone called me that tell me your bank account number because you will be charged for your next order through this account. I didn’t provide them my bank account information, they were trying to convince me in order to get my bank account details but I didn’t share the details. Now i don’t know that what they will do, whether i will be charged from my account for the rest or not?

    If someone know about this please let me know.


  152. Joe May 6, 2014 at 5:26 pm - Reply

    I regrettably fell foul of this scam also. Such a moron!! I called to cancel 12 hours after placing the order and was told that the product had already been shipped and that I would have to send both products back with the codes she gave me. I told her she was almost as stupid as me for falling for it of she thought I was going to pay to post them back after being scammed. Reported bank card as lost and have since got a new one. Thieving bastards!!

  153. hardcore moore May 7, 2014 at 1:30 pm - Reply

    i’ve put a blocker on my account after ordering and reading thought theses comments still awaiting my trial i also going to phone theses people up and have a go that you need to make the trems more clear :-/

    • Kev May 9, 2014 at 12:54 pm - Reply

      I just came off the phone to them and they sounded as though they were in another part of world. I have just lost a lot of dosh to this company. They will take money out of your account without prior notice and refuse any refunds even when I stated UK refund laws and policys. Be very careful.

  154. pecko May 9, 2014 at 12:26 pm - Reply

    hi i ordered the product yesterday, luckily i read the blogs 10 mins afterwards. i got concerned when i received no confirmation number or order number. then found out it was scam. when u access the site through another it drops u in to a field to fill ur details in. so u then can’t see the terms and conditions till after this is completed. as an honest company they should not advertise this as being free, but as the product is £79.99 with a £2.99 shipping fee. after this a monthly subscription of£££. this is where the scam is clever. as you don’t get to see this til after. then you feel trapped. i rang them straight away and canceled through the so called customer service line. then i sent 2 emails to cancel. then i contacted my bank to cancel any further payments, they also knew about this scam. i then rang back to make sure my 14 day trial was canceled, which the operator confirmed it was. he said i’d receive and email in 2 hrs still no correspondence. so i moved my funds out of my bank and in to my wives to make sure. i m going to change my bank account tomorrow just to make sure. as they can use a different name. to try and get around the block as they’ve got 2 company names. also the bank said if the company tried to take some money the same day, because I’ve given my details they can’t stop it. so be aware and be quick if you’ve been scammed like so many of his have.

  155. Kev May 9, 2014 at 12:48 pm - Reply

    I was ripped off for 2 payments of 69 pounds. Thought I was getting a free trail and then would consider at a later date…No they took my dosh and refused to refund it. My Nat West told me they wee powerless to retrieve my money…Product could contain organic dust for all i know. My advice DONT SUBSCRIBE, READ ALL THERE SMALL PRINT AND BLOCK ALL BANK PAYMENTS TO THEM ASAP.

  156. David May 9, 2014 at 1:28 pm - Reply

    i signed up for this without reading the small print, i paied the £2.99 for the testocore and £2.99 for the NO2 Surge.

    what i didnt realise is that they also take £94 out your bank soon after and a further £79 as well.

    I phoned the bank and i have stoped further payments and i am now trying to get me money back…..please be morw careful than me.

  157. Jonnieboy May 9, 2014 at 2:53 pm - Reply

    I ordered these two products (and used both products for one day) before reading these comments and realising that the ‘free trail’ was a shocking scam – yeah naive sucker I know. I cancelled my bankcard immediately and phoned these bastards to cancel my account. I was given an account cancellation number and sent the tablets back via recorded delivery. That was a few weeks ago but their Accounts Dep keep contacting me to say that they do not have authorisation to close my account. I told them to stop emailing me but still they do it – requesting that I call them (I don’t). They haven’t managed to get any additional money from me and that’s how I intend to keep it.
    Steam still coming out of my ears. We must fight against these lowlife scumbags. Good luck to anyone else fighting with them. Definitely cancel the bankcard.

  158. David May 12, 2014 at 11:47 pm - Reply

    This is a scam, con, or fraudulent company. Either way I wish that I would have read all these comments prior to purchasing the product from an advertisement. I will not make the same mistake in the future. The company told me that I could cancel prior to the 30 days and not be punished with extra fees. When I called to cancel the rep (Jane) told me that I would have to extend the trial and then I would have to return the product and pay the return fee, the repackaging fee, and the restocking fee. In addition to those fees I was required to pay $133.11 for the “trial product” they also gave my information out to another company who was only able to collect $2.00 out of me but when I called they explained that they were affiliated with the same company. It’s not worth the time, effort, or money spent for the product. It’s safer buying from a credible source and not having to change bank account information in order to protect your information.

  159. Dave Ellis May 14, 2014 at 1:52 pm - Reply

    Do Not Take this offer!!!! it is not free trail they have scammed£95 out of my bank account when I had cancelled. Call the company very unprofessional wouldn’t refund spent neRly two hours either on hold or trying to talk to some one in another country. TOTAL RIPOFF I have had to replace my bank card and new bank account

  160. itmakesnosense May 14, 2014 at 2:13 pm - Reply

    guys guys..trying to find a quick fix to looking good ..come on! there’s nothing wrong with the product because its all natural ingredients you find in a good well balanced diet anyway. Stop drinking, smoking and eating processed crap then you will find an amazing change in just a few weeks FOR FREE.

  161. Daffyione May 15, 2014 at 12:13 pm - Reply

    Hi guys, I fell for this as well. Call either of these numbers to cancel before the trial is up.

    08000921631 or 08001244358

    Hope this helps, it was a friend that told me about this and then he has had money taken from him, so told me to cancel. If they take money it will be around the 20th I will keep you posted as they have told me they are not going to take it as I have cancelled. I am still dubious though.

  162. Tommy May 20, 2014 at 12:54 pm - Reply

    haha I’m the kind of guy who falls in love at the strip club! I am such a twit! card reported lost & cancellation emails sent. hope that’s the last of it…. i’ll probably sell a cow for 3 magic beans on the way home tonight.

  163. Adams May 21, 2014 at 5:32 am - Reply


    I am a professional marketer. Please, please, understand, that there is no such thing as a free trial!

    The moment you sign up, it is a contract which you do not read, and which you need read in their terms, disclaimer, which will say what is going to happen.

    Most people don’t read them..

    You cannot subsitute hard training in gym and proper diet.

    We have this same problem when coaching people marketing. They chase shiny objects, falling for these things because they are using psychological triggers and testimonials, dropping famous names and fake testimonials, with photograph visual images of celebrities and a few of the norm.

    There is no free ride.

    Have some sense please people.

    You work so hard for your money, you can spend the money on proper diet, and hard training in the gym, and curve those poor habits.

    Anything that has more than just an email address and a name, and not being able to test a product for 30 days and more, and having companies take money from your bank account WITHOUT your permission but do so because you don’t read the small words – is not a company or someone to buy from.

    Second, do not tell anyone your bank details on phone!

    Be careful.

    Nothing can ever take away proper hard training in gym and diet. Nothing.

    Yes, you will never get big like these guys without steroids, but do you want to get that big anyway?

    Not if you don’t want to win Mr Universe. So do your due diligence.

  164. Chris May 21, 2014 at 8:54 pm - Reply

    A lot of people are trying to find out; including myself if the product actually works?? I agree that the way the company has gone about things is deceptive and bordering on illegal but it is apparent a lot of people been daft by signing up without doing any research…. From doing research myself it looks as if the “free trial” bottle has weaker dosages of the ingredients than the bottles that requires full payment.

    Product may be bunk and people may be right in saying the PRODUCT is a scam and not to order but these persons haven’t been backing their comments up with anything useful or informative so please stop.

    You can buy two months supply of the more powerful non trial capsules on eBay as a one off payment of £172..

    I have just ordered and will be going halves with my cousin. If the product is useless then I would have lost only £86. Which in the grand scheme if things ain’t that bad.. However in the long shot and the hope that it does what it says on the tin then happy days I will continue to pay £86 pound a month for looking like Arnie without taking any illegal substances quite happily.

    Will let you all know in a month if it is any good..

  165. Demon May 27, 2014 at 8:28 am - Reply

    Well I have no connection to this website or to the business in question, but I will give my honest opinion.

    I am well aware of scams and if you READ the offer this this you will note you pay £2.99 for the trial period of 14 days, if you do NOT cancel within the 14 days, you WILL be CHARGED and unless you cancel AFTER that, you will be charged and sent a new bottle each month.

    I cancelled my TRIAL the day after they arrived as 14 Days for me was NOT enough time to test them. After the 28 days however of taking them as recommended and visiting the Gym for an Hour each morning and then swimming 64 lengths of the pool (1 Mile), in the 28 days I noticed muscle mass that was far in excess of what I could have expected without them and whilst I have not LOST weight, my BMI went down from 34.9 to 31.2 in the same period, so I was swapping excess fat for muscle gain.

    Do NOT take these pills unless you are SERIOUS about training every day or you will NEVER get the benefit and READ the SMALL PRINT on any TRIAL OFFERS of any product before ordering.

  166. cavarni18 May 30, 2014 at 11:48 am - Reply

    Read the small print it’s says it on there, jus do wot I did I ordered it then ordered a new card as soon as there postage payments came out I activated the new card at the cashpoint and now they can’t take any payments as they have the details of a card that no longer exist. I’m sure that would of pissed them off a bit but il give them some feedback for free lol

  167. alan June 17, 2014 at 9:23 pm - Reply

    I got scammed also and got total refund…..But actually the product worked for me.
    If it was cheaper i would buy it without doubt

  168. brad June 24, 2014 at 1:28 pm - Reply

    So we dont know if they work?

  169. Pam Farmer June 26, 2014 at 12:13 pm - Reply

    My husband, a vulnerable senior citizen, has been conned out of over £500 by these despicable people !!

  170. kaya July 4, 2014 at 11:16 am - Reply

    Did any of you even bother too read the terms and conditions? Your all moaning about being scammed and that they took all this money; well if you would have read the conditions you would have known about the reoccurring bank payments. Additionally, in my honest opinion they do work if you are sticking to the gym, not going half arsed they do. I found that with taking these products i could push my body to higher fresh-holds of energy and get a crazy better work out. Within weeks the amount i was lifting still with great form had increased drastically. So in answer to your question: ‘do they really work?’ yes they do and everyone needs to stop moaning about the money just because you were all to lazy to read the terms and conditions like me, your all afraid to admit it, because your bank tells you when you go to sort it out, that it was in the terms and conditions!

  171. simon huimphrey July 10, 2014 at 8:16 am - Reply

    this product is a total con avoid at all costs they are a rip off they send sample then they take 180 pounds out your bank account every month i didnt notice for 2 months they ripped me off for 360 pounds for 2 pots of pils which i have had checked out by my pharmacist friends which are total crab and not what they say they are avoid at all costs or you will regret

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  173. Lee July 18, 2014 at 2:08 pm - Reply

    I was also suckerd into this scam. I signed up and payed my £2.99 and then found out they where going to charge me £95 and then another 95. I immediately called them to cancel my order and was asked for my shipping number. I had no email confirmation or order number and was told some one would call me back with it. No one did so I guessed the order may not of gone through. A week later I received my cancelled product. I called back and was told I would have to post the product back and they would charge my account £7.90 for sending product back. I cancelled my card and kept the product. So I guess the free trial did turn out to be free;-)

    • Pam Farmer July 18, 2014 at 7:53 pm - Reply

      After several emails and phone calls we finally got through to someone in Florida, a call centre, and at first she offered us 20% of what we’d paid for our last order, I wouldn’t give in and she offered 30% followed by 50% and finally 100% off the last amount paid. So persist, insist don’t let her tell you she’ll ring back because they don’t. The woman we spoke to was called Shiny!! ??

  174. bobby July 23, 2014 at 12:56 pm - Reply

    I saw this advert on the net and did ordered it. They charge me £2.50 for the postage and later found out that they have taken £179.00 from my accounts. We to my bank but they couldn’t retrieve the money back. So guys be careful .

  175. Jules July 23, 2014 at 8:33 pm - Reply

    Guys this is a great product, I have been using this for three weeks now and have had great results tremendous results in fact if you feel hard done by all you have to do is order the products then cancel your card if you need some more order the product and get them sent to a different address and scan them back, come on wake up!!!!

  176. andrew currant July 26, 2014 at 11:29 am - Reply

    this company sucks i cancelled my subscription last month and they still took it on the 25th of this month i bank with barclays so when they put a cancellation order to the company any further payments they refund by your bank testcore 08000461357 no2 08435043021

  177. paul July 26, 2014 at 4:56 pm - Reply

    1) I never ordered them because well.. Once you’ve been a professional body builder as long as I have you know that these things don’t work.

    2) it’s a bit of a laugh reading so many idiots buying this crap. I’ll give you advice to get better results for free.

    3) There are a bunch of people that have offered men’s health (which is also a poor source of advice) money to advertise this stuff. Men’s health win, this con wins, you lose.

    Go spend that money at your local butchers and do a load of compound exercise.

  178. mark July 26, 2014 at 6:00 pm - Reply

    well after reading for about an hour we still don’t really know if they work? but we know that they scam you for money, i won’t be ordering any purely because of that, but i think if you want to try them you could just make a one off payment to someone selling them on e-bay or amazon?

  179. Adam Elliott July 28, 2014 at 6:12 pm - Reply

    Just go on ebay you have to pay 75 quid but it’s though pay pal so any come backs go to them

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  181. Alex July 30, 2014 at 3:14 pm - Reply

    All everyone is doing is slating the fact that the pills cost so much, but yet the pills work, and very well I found personally. I only did a quick trial for around 2-3 weeks before I went away on holiday just to see how much of a difference I could make and to see if it would be worth carrying on with once back. Now along side taking these pills I was working out 6 days a week for around 1hr 30 mins – 2 hours as well as being on a completely carb free diet and drinking at least 2 protein shakes a day. It does sound like a lot to do but in doing all this, like the adds say, the results are pretty crazy in such a short amount of time. Even though the pills are costly they are well worth it and I would recoment them to anyone that wants them!

  182. mikr July 30, 2014 at 11:43 pm - Reply

    why dont people order them and just cancel the payment before the 14 days?

  183. Mitch August 1, 2014 at 9:04 am - Reply

    OK. Here’s my story…

    I ordered the trial sample.
    14 days later they took £84.00 and appx £60.

    What actually happens is that by accepting the T&Cs you subscribe to a monthly supply and monthly recurring payments.

    It’s not illegal. It’s not a scam but it IS highly unethical marketing and sales.

    M bank informed me that there’s no point changing my credit card, since it’s only the account number they need for taking the direct debit from you (which you agreed to at checkout when signing T&Cs.

    I instructed the bank to cancel all future payments and called the selling company’ a contact number and using my email address they cancelled the subscription.

    I informed the bank that I considered the withdrawal of funds fraudulent. It also appears that he merchant number used to lift the two large sums was different (!) to that used at purchase of Trial SO the company did NOT have authorization to access my account at all.

    I received an immediate refund from my bank.

    Revenge : I then purchased the same two products using my RBS account

  184. Mitch August 1, 2014 at 9:13 am - Reply

    OK. Here’s my story…

    I ordered the trial sample.
    14 days later they took £84.00 and appx £60.

    What actually happens is that by accepting the T&Cs you subscribe to a monthly supply and monthly recurring payments.

    It’s not illegal. It’s not a scam but it IS highly unethical marketing and sales.

    M bank informed me that there’s no point changing my credit card, since it’s only the account number they need for taking the direct debit from you (which you agreed to at checkout when signing T&Cs) .

    I instructed Barclays to cancel all future payments and called the selling company’ s contact number and using my email address they cancelled the subscription.

    I informed the bank that I considered the withdrawal of funds fraudulent. It also appears that the merchant number used to lift the two large sums was different (!) to that used at purchase of Trial SO the company did NOT have authorization to access my account at all.

    I received an immediate refund from my bank.

    Revenge : I then purchased the same two products using my RBS account and called RBS to cancel any future payments B4 the two large sums were withdrawn. In fact despite blocking this company they still came into my account again but with a different merchant number (not the one I authorized at checkout) and took two larger sums. Again unauthorized access! And a Full refund!

    And 240 tablets or 3 months supply for a tenner!

    So, check your merchant number. Cancel future withdrawals with Bank , and cancel directly with company.

    And enjoy the FREE trial!

    Ps. Do they work? I’ll tell you in 3 months…


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  186. Andy August 2, 2014 at 8:59 am - Reply

    I literally found this blog AFTER going through the free trial crap. I read above how people are losing (a lot of) money to these scammers and I INSTANTLY called my bank (Saturday morning!) and cancelled my card. My bank, Nationwide, were awesome and had heard of this scam before… I’ve ‘only’ lost £4.99 this morning and now won’t lose anymore, thanks to this blog and quick acting on my part.

    I’d seriously suggest reading any genuine bodybuilders comments above and just dismiss this awful company.

    Get healthy and ripped the proper way – go to a gym.

  187. Dan August 2, 2014 at 11:22 am - Reply

    Hi guys, I feel for a lot of you! After ordering from an ad in Facebook referencing Mens Beth! I thought it was legit! I was then Curious to see what people have said about both products and found this! I cancelled it on the same day by phone and got through to a chap within seconds! They say they have cancelled it…However, 2 days later I receive both products!!? What the??? I phone them again and asked what the status of my order is, they say it has been cancelled!! Do i believe them? Unfortunately HSBC say until they charge me I cant block them from taking any more money out, totally rubbish in my opinion! All I have been charged for is the shipping charges! Seems funny that they still send me the product if I cancelled it on the same day! Now I sit and wait to see if they charge me in 14 days!! Or doni just cancel my card and not take that risk!? Anybody else had this problem?

  188. Dan August 2, 2014 at 11:23 am - Reply

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  189. Tony August 3, 2014 at 2:26 pm - Reply

    Absolute con. Doesn’t work and have had the fraud department from my bank calling me saying the company has tried to take over £200 from my account in 4 seperate transactions of £40+, £90+, £70+ and £60+ but I guess thankfully they only got the £40+ before the fraud team at my bank stopped the payments and recommended u get in touch with retail disputes as the website is not clearly stating the facts. DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT. ITS A CON.

  190. inclusion August 5, 2014 at 1:29 am - Reply

    There aren’t half aload of silly billies out there! All you have to do is order them (worth £2.99) wait for them to turn up, empty them to your own pot and post empty pots back to sender! cancel standing DD order with your bank…plonkers lol

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  193. JacktehRipoff August 5, 2014 at 10:34 am - Reply

    The product loses all credibility along with all the companies getting paid to promote this con – in my case Mens health! Yes the evil is legal because it is in the ToA – it is in the very small print out of plain sight to make sure as few people as possible ever find it. Use social media, tell you friends about such companies – like Mens health! If nobody else buys, these unscrupulous businesses go under. Good riddance.

  194. Chris Nicholson August 5, 2014 at 1:38 pm - Reply

    Look it’s really simple ……….

    1. a great healthy, low fat diet
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    3. a great workout!

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  196. thomas manchester August 6, 2014 at 10:20 pm - Reply

    yeah me too. what a sucker. kids go short of food again this month with 100 quid just smashed out of my account without asking. this should be regulated and controlled by the government and it isnt. what a pathetic world we live in and what a pathetic person i have been.

  197. PHIL August 7, 2014 at 11:55 am - Reply

    Make sure you read the small print, although its advertised as a free trial you have 14 days to cancel, if you don’t YOU WILL BE CHARGED A SUBSCRIPTION FEE.

  198. ash August 7, 2014 at 5:24 pm - Reply

    get your sample,just leave enough money in bank,,,lose your card,get replacment card,sorted cant take anything

  199. chris August 7, 2014 at 8:32 pm - Reply

    I stupidly signed up for this to realise after that they just think its fine to take out 180 pound a month out without permission. I cancelled my card the day after I ordered this and have just received the product. Is this the end of it? Conniving deceit.

  200. ash August 8, 2014 at 5:13 pm - Reply

    waiting for mine to says they cant take anything more now ive cancled card…if not arrived just lost £3.00,,,,,,,,

  201. Parvez August 9, 2014 at 3:58 pm - Reply

    The same has happend to me but havnt been charged I’ve just cancelled it. If any one can help me i just need the return address off where to send it.

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    would you believe it, soon as I ordered and realized I had been duped, I lost my credit card, had to call the co and cancel it, oops no more orders on my card :-)

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  209. Fred August 17, 2014 at 9:38 am - Reply

    Companies get away with this type of thing because people are so gullible and naive.

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  210. Matt August 17, 2014 at 10:26 am - Reply

    I have rang the above numbers but when I explain the products I’ve bought they say it’s not on the system. And ask for a numerical order Id which I don’t have as the emails I’ve received don’t seem to give me that info. I’ve cancelled my card with the bank. Will this protect me against the scam or do I still need to ring the company in question up??

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    This stuff has more to do with the placebo effect. Most people who use it are already using or starting to use weights so will, naturally, build muscle and lose weight.
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  219. bentaylor August 25, 2014 at 12:35 am - Reply

    I fell for the FREE trial sign-up scam like all the other people above. Was busy with work for the next two months and when i discovered they had billed me £94 pounds in April, May and June – (I had received the bottles but didn’t know why and received no confirmation e-mails – sure i could have moved on this sooner, but work pressure was on). So I call the number on the delivery form and get some surly man on the phone who demands my name, address, account number. Obviously, there wasn’t an account number on the delivery sheet, so I got a bit angry and told him I had not agreed to any monthly payments with them (this may be the loophole they use?). Then called my bank *not naming them here as they’re on our side right* who explained that this was a regular problem and caused by my ticking a box on an online order form and therefore the payments could not be claimed back. The bank also explained that if I call when the next payment goes through, they will only be able to ‘ask the bank requesting the payment’ not to request it again… ie., the Testocore scammers are definitely exploiting the fact that ppl do not know their rights under standard ‘Card Industry Best Practice Guide’ lending codes adopted by retail/bank credit cards – namely, that clear information must be supplied about the cost of the item, and the process for trial cancellation also made clear. I did not receive a single e-mail from the company about the trial, no reminder before the end of the trial period – which I am sure most reputable companies would send. I called the Testocore number again and gave them my name, address, order number (from the latest delivery sheet); then the agent asked me for my e-mail. As it happens, I have a number of e-mail addresses for work/family/friends/online accounts and so on (probably like many other ppl) and explained that I had had no confirmation e-mail from them so could not know which e-mail address I should give. The man refused to tell me whether they had a yahoo or gmail account against my order, so I got a little angry again and told them they were sending me something that I had not agreed to purchase (again, probably legally unsound, because the ‘scam’ is really about exploiting busy ppl under too much pressure to keep their guard up when having to do so much shopping online… Also, one more worrying thing from my credit card provider was the advisory that even if I cancelled the card they could still continue to claim money owed by me from the original card company (ie., not the retailer that offered the card to me in the first place).

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  220. jase August 25, 2014 at 9:21 pm - Reply

    It’s a scam/con.Either phone the company (which will cost as it’s probably some dodgy call centre) and cancel subscription and post the items back and to be on the safe side make your bank aware of the scam or if you are to embarrassed order a new card (at least that way you know no more money can disappear).

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