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Alpha genix & Pure Muscle Pro Reviews: Scam busted!


I don’t know about you, but I am tired of the never ending Facebook ads I come across everyday about the the latest bodybuilding formula that promise instant results. This morning I saw an about some killer combo that will get me ripped fast. By clicking the ad link I land on a website with these headlines:

“Lean muscle in a bottle? Get 6 pack abs in just one month with these two muscle supplements that celebrities use!


Apparently, the flavor of the day is Alpha Genix and Pure Muscle Pro. The combo is touted to be the secret weapon for celebrities like Daniel Craig and the 300 Spartan Warrior, Gerard Butler. Besides, the website looks very similar to official Men’s Health website.

So the question is: should you try Alpha Genix and Pure Muscle Pro? After all, the free trials are available. You have nothing to lose do you?

But wait.. there are a couple of problems with Alpha Genix and Pure Muscle Pro:

#1. Beware of the free trials scam: according to this “Men’s Health” website, the free trials supposedly would only charge you few dollars for shipping. But if you pay attention to the fine prints or “terms and conditions”, it states that by entering your credit card information, you agree to participate in autoship program. If you don’t cancel your subscriptions after a certain time, you are going to be charged continuously without fail, whether you want it or not. Most people would miss the fine print as it’s usually buried at the bottom of the webpage – designed to be overlooked! Most often than not, it’s very hard to stop the recurring billing and get your money back.

Please note that I am not trying to say the maker behind Alpha Genix and Pure Muscle Pro is scammer. However, I urge you to be extra careful with these free trials offers. Think about it: the trial period is usually very short (few days to two weeks). Do you think you have enough time to access the effectiveness of the products?

#2. At first glance, the website that featured Alpha Genix and Pure Muscle Pro looks like it’s official website of Men’s Health, here ‘s an example:


Now let’s get something straight: it is NOT the official website of Men’s Health! This fraudulent website is designed to exploit Men’s Health brand. The editor of actual Men’s Health magazine had made it very clear that they do not endorse any of the product featured. The only place they will ever promote supplements is through the official Men’s Health store at menshealthstore.co.uk

#3. According to the advertising claims, Alpha Genix and Pure Muscle Pro “are clinically proven to flush out the toxins in your body, melt away body fat and pack on tons of muscle.” So.. where’s the proof? To date, there’s no clinical evidence to back up the claims.

#4. Here’s another outrageous claim: “Even celebrities like Daniel Craig and Gerard Butler have lost a ton of body fat and added an insane amount of muscle using these two products.”

Again, where’s the proof? Daniel Craig and Gerard Butler have not endorsed any supplement. So how do these celebrities shape up? Quite simply, it’s through intense workout and proper diet. Anyone who tells you otherwise is lying.

Additionally, the “staff reporter” of the website, Bryan Stevens said Alpha Genix and Pure Muscle Pro help him to gain 9.5kg of muscle in 4 weeks. This is totally bogus! All scientific studies say the average amount of lean muscle you can naturally gain is 2lb (about 0.9 kg) /month !

#5. False scarcity: the free trials are said to be limited, and the offer expires today. Interestingly, the expiry date changes everyday. Everyday is the last day!

So what’s the bottom line?

I heartily recommend you to avoid Alpha Genix and Pure Muscle Pro.

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{ 14 comments… add one }
  • Martin T. December 14, 2013, 9:51 am

    It is great to see that some people actually use their sparetime, to inform other people about scams! But of course, you cant gain aprox. 10 kg of muscle in 1 month. That is impossible! You can only gain in muscle weight by training!!!!
    The best way to loose weight, is of course to burn more carbs than you eat!!!! drop wheat, rice, potatoes, bread and of course SUGAR!! (Eg. fruit) for 1 month, and you’ll lost maybe 10 kg of fat!!!
    I lost 8 kg i 2 weeks by not eating carbs (And did training 3-4 times a week)
    So stop believing in those ads, and eat healthy and train a lot!!!

    • scottreiner January 2, 2014, 2:21 am

      I appreciate you debunking this too good too be true amount of bullshit. Why hasn;t the likenesses of chris helmsworth and the Rock and such sued these peckerheads?

  • john wilson January 7, 2014, 9:20 am

    I wasn’t sure if it was another too good to be true supplement until i read the small print, at the very bottom of the page, with an electron microscope, using a lawyer to translate it. If its so good every one really would take it, and the medical profession would use it to combat obesity. Thankyou for starting this page, it has confirmed my suspicions and saved me time and money. I will now have a look at your testosterone booster and workout supplement.

  • Dave L January 9, 2014, 1:38 pm

    I got conned by these dickheads ok I should have used a magnifying glass to read the small print but the free product never arrived and by the end of the month I was out of pocket £4.99 x 2 for the free trial and £69.95 x 2 for the monthly payment also for a product that never arrived either and on the second month they tried to take the money again but were stopped by my bank and guess what….one bottle of Alfagenix turned up in the post. This is the first package that I have received despite contacting them on several occasions via the number the Bank gave me I am told that someone will ring me back.
    How can you cancel the product if it never arrived in the first place.
    Two months on… NO refund of nearly £150.00 they are still trying to take money and I have just received the first single bottle of tabs with a return address that comes from a company that seems to know nothing about them.
    DONT ENTER INTO ANY FREE TRIAL if its free there’s a catch

    • Simon B January 30, 2014, 10:56 am

      Yes I got caught out too.

      The advertising for these products was intentionally and wilfully misleading. A call to the credit card people made me realise that they know about this offer and others operated under different brands by the same company, and that they are still processing the payments apparently “because they have read the terms of business”. Difficult to believe that they would condone this practice and I have upscaled the enquiry to their CEO, and I have also informed the Advertising Standards Authority. I have also made a complaint to Facebook (where I saw the advertising) to enquire how rigorous their quality control is regarding placing advertising on their website, what steps are taken to ensure that the public are not misled, and what compensation scheme exists in the event of an advertiser with these practices being allowed to air on their site again. Whether I see my money returned is a moot point at this stage but I am going to be making enough enquiries on this matter to keep people busy until there is a satisfactory response – that being that no advertising of this ilk deliberately intending to extract money off people under false pretences is allowed, and that no payment processor will allow such terms of business as part of their merchant profile henceforth.

      • Paul Nash February 28, 2014, 12:16 pm

        I have also bee n daft enough to fall for it.my bank says after returning the pills wait two weeks and then they might take it further.i don’t suppose you know of the return address because I can’t, you have to contact them and they say you are too late and won’t oblige

  • aissa latif February 19, 2014, 12:03 pm

    Hello it is my third e-mail that your sending and i have no answer from you on 28/01/14 Had sold(produced) me to you on my account 149,90euro..While commanded (ordered) nothing and i received nothing have plussje asks you to pay off me my money (silver).please

    • Markus February 22, 2014, 12:56 pm

      hi: please contact the merchant directly.

  • Eva March 3, 2014, 8:34 am

    I hope maybe you can help.
    My boyfriend went in their trap and now I am trying to send it back. But I can’t find any address to send it to?
    Can anybody help me?

    • Carol April 14, 2014, 11:55 am

      Eva, if you return this product you will only get 50% back. I have just, after two weeks, eventually gotten hold of these people. Then I got this email and i replied to the email. I have copied and pasted below email from them.

      Dear Carol

      We are sorry to hear that the product did not meet your needs. We would like to extend an offer of a 50% discount for both products ordered. If you do not wish to keep the products and take advantage of our offer, please see the return instructions below:

      Bellapure RMA Number: 460562210119284385

      Please write the first seven numbers of the return authorization (RMA) number on the outside of your package and get it in the mail within the next 7 days. We recommend you obtain a tracking number for your return. Once we are in receipt of your returned products your order will be closed and no further billings will be made.

      Return to:

      PO BOX 17438
      EH12 1JJ
      United Kingdom

      Thank you,

      Customer Service Department


      This is what I got when I replied to this email address.
      Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

      Subject: FW: Cancel the order
      Sent: 4/14/2014 1:37 PM

      The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

      ‘info@puremusclepro.co.za’ on 4/14/2014 1:37 PM
      551 5.1.2 : Recipient address rejected: Domain not found

      Their phone number is 0800 99 29 42. I have managed to get hold of them once.

  • Daniel Malik March 17, 2014, 9:48 am




  • Kaz April 9, 2014, 12:43 am

    Has anyone been caught out with free trial of flex hgh? I clicked on the ad having ordered the other two trial ones at £4.95. If so is it same scam. Thanks

  • Danny April 21, 2014, 1:44 am

    Hi, what are now the good steps to undetake so that my money is no longer taken from my visa.
    I don’t care about getting it back. I just want to be able to stop them taken it again.
    Would blocking my visa help ?

    Thanks for any help in this matter.

  • Randy Magnotta May 17, 2017, 11:58 am

    I did not give you guys permission to charge my credit card $89

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