What guy doesn’t want to get big, jacked, and ripped, without having to put the work in?
Every day we’re inundated with ads that claim things like “6% muscle growth in 10 days” and “gain 15 pounds of muscle and lose 20 pounds of fat in a month”, but the sad fact is this is nearly impossible to do. I come across alot of supplement stacks when I’m doing research online, and I recently found one that says use Muscle Factor X and Advanced Test-O-Boos for great results. This combo promises, among other things, an amazing 2 step trick that will have you feeling like your 18 again. Sounds great, sign me up to…But wait, there’s a catch! Read more to see what I’m talking about.
The Muscle Factor X and Advanced Test-O-Boost Gimmick
So your probably getting to this page after scrolling through your facebook time line, and maybe an ad caught your attention on the side. Usually it’s an ad of a kid (who looks like he’s 12) that’s freakin ripped for his age. The headline that follows will say something like “New Steroid Alternative”, with a sub-headline “rare plant increases muscle growth 700%, but should it be banned?”
You decide to click on the ad and are taken to a page that appears to be a legit news article, sometimes it even looks like your on the Men’s Health official site.
STRIKE 1, 2, and 3, YOU’RE OUT! (of your money that is)
They then continue the gimmick by claiming that say celebrities, athletes, and even hollywood actors have been using some secret combinations of supplements, and getting insane results from it. In this case, it is a stack of Muscle Factor X and Advanced Test-O-Boost.They even put before and after pictures up of these celebrities, like The Rock, Ryan Reynolds, and Gerard Butler, and it looks legit.Heck, even former UFC stars are putting this stack to the test! I wonder if these guys know this? Probably not….STRIKE 1
So the author of this supposed “news article” decided to put muscle factor x and advanced test-o-boost to the test, and used the products in combination for a total of 4 weeks. He goes through an entire blog post and log that talks about how it made him feel, and details everything from week to week. There’s before and after pictures chronicling his success, as well as reader opinions of the products.
As you scroll towards the bottom of the article, you’ll see all sorts of comments from guys who are either a.) interested in trying the product or b.) have used them together and are leaving a VERY positive review. Surprisingly, you can’t leave a comment (go ahead and try it)…STRIKE 2
Now, we see that they (the makers of Muscle Factor X and Advanced Test-O-Boost) decided to forgo profits and just start giving this stuff away. After all, why would a company get into business to make a profit when they can just hand the shit out for free? So you decided to click for your sample, and are taken to an order page. You put in your basic information and are then are prompted to put your credit card information in.
“What’s this?”, you’re thinking….”Why do they need my credit card information?” Well, apparently you have to pay the shipping charges, which are only $4.95 for each, respectively. So you give in, I mean what’s $10 anyway, especially if these products are really the miracle they say they are? You get the bottles in the mail a few days later, and start using them.
Maybe they are starting to work a “little bit”, but your’e probably not seeing the results you thought you would. I mean hey, they said in the news article that you didn’t have to change up your routine or anything, and you would still see great results. The comes the real reason why you’ve just been scammed by these companies…
You login to your bank account sometime down the road and notice charges in the amounts of $59.95 and $79.95, respectively, and call your bank to find out where the charges came from. That’s when it hits you…you have just been charged the full amounts of Muscle Factor X and Advanced Test-O-Boost.
Not only that, but they have “auto-enrolled” you into a replenishment program which keeps sending you a bottle of each, every month, until you cancel (of course they charge you the full price, plus shipping, for both). Check it out Below:
You call the companies toll free number, only to find a “not so friendly” operator on the other line that insists that you agreed to the terms and conditions stipulated in the order form, and that you cannot receive a refund. In some cases they will actually try to get you to agree to a reduced price (50% off for instance) so that you stay on and keep receiving the product.
This happens so often it should be outlawed. Everyday I get guys coming to me, telling me their story about how they were ripped off with some miracle combination of supplements. Muscle Factor X and Advanced Test-O-Boost is no different, and I hope this article enlightens you to some degree that you need to protect yourself from scammy things like this. Sure, you can lose alot of weight and gain muscle in a relatively short period of time, but more then likely not with these 2 products.
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