11 responses

  1. Hector
    November 6, 2014

    I recently bought some NO3 and C4; I took both products as directed and headed to the Gym. I have used C4 in the past and it charges me up….the NO3 was new to me and I noticed that I recovered quicker between sets. I was able to work out harder and finished my work-out sooner as a result. It’s my first time using NO3 and I hope that it continues to contribute to more productive workouts and muscle gains.

  2. Dawid
    March 31, 2014

    is this product A steriod?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller
      April 1, 2014

      Hey Dawid,

      No, not at all. Nitro Sport NO3 is not a steroid. It’s a nitric oxide pre workout supplement, but when I did a quick search for it just now, it looks like it’s no longer available. If you’re looking for a pre-workout supplement, go with Nitrocut. It allows you to workout at your peak without stimulants.


  3. Leo from Cali
    July 31, 2013

    DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM!!!!! I ordered the “free Trial” offer and before I received the “free trial” my credit card was billed $105.95. I called the customer service and was told it was in the terms and conditions. I just reread the T&C and could not find anything that said I was signing up for automatic shipments. DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THIS COMPANY! ANY BUSINESS THAT HAS TO RESORT TO THIS KIND OF TRICKERY (FRAUD) SHOULD BE SHUT DOWN. I disputed the charge with my credit card company and hope I don’t have to pay this scam company!

  4. james
    July 18, 2013

    Glad you posted this because I was just about to be suckered. Special thanks to the author and all the comments as in this tight economy this would have torn me a new one!

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller
      July 19, 2013

      Glad I could help, James.


  5. Jay
    July 11, 2013

    I have always gone by the slogan, “if it sounds too good to be true, it is.” But, I ordered it anyways because it was a “free” sample and it couldn’t hurt. Next thing you know, I was charged $105 to my credit card, and I had received no new product. I called the company and they said that it was in the disclaimer. I said you mean the fine print that no one reads??? She said that they are going to refund my money, minus the shipping and the “restocking fee”. I guess they are charging me to place it back on the shelf?? This is a HUGE scam I will try to do everything that I can to stop others. I don’t know if I am more pissed at them, or myself, for falling for this b.s. when I should have known better!!!

  6. Brian
    April 25, 2011

    I tried the supposed free trial of nitro sport no3 and they billed my credit card over $200! I was so pissed when I finally realized it, but it was too late. They would not give me a refund, despite me telling them I would send everything back.

  7. Ted
    April 15, 2011

    Nitro Sport NO3 does not work, at all! I bought this supposed “free trial” and they ended up charging me $50 for it like a month later. I called to get my money back but they said that they don’t offer refunds. So much for customer service!

    • Daniel
      July 31, 2011

      When I bought the trail I canceled the credit card after the payment and request a new card from my bank. Some inconvenience to me, but they can not bill the canceled card. lol

  8. Bruce
    April 2, 2011

    I was wondering about this nitro sport no3 too, so your saying they don’t sell it in stores? I wish they just sold like a months supply in GNC or something, I would really like to try it out.

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