Review – Not Up for Use, Redirects to another Website

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The shop claims to be the best way to buy anabolic steroids and offered also items that fall under the following categories: anti-estrogen and hormones, men’s health, weight loss, influenza, headache, herpes, muscle relaxers, anxiety, pain relief, quit smoking, and anti-depressants. Most of the meds available on the store were anabolic steroids, hormones, and all other drugs related to bodybuilding and strength training. However, the shop also stocked one or two types of other medications, such as erectile dysfunction meds.

The last set of bestsellers I saw included Trenbolone Acetate for $18.00, Clenbuterol for $30.00, Jintropin for $600.00, Halotestin for $250.00, Cypiobolic-Testosterone Cypionate for $120.00, Stanobolic for $110.00, Somagena for $25.00 and Clomid for $15.00. They also had the popular men’s health products such as generic Cialis 20 mg 10 tabs for $45.00, brand Viagra 100 mg 4 tabs for $40.00 and generic Viagra 100 mg 20 tabs $60.00.

Prospective clients had to register first to get a password and then start purchasing. First-time customers received free samples of either of three featured products – Cytomel (T3), Sustanon and Clomid – and would only pay for the shipping. accepted credit cards and Western Union for payments. They shipped worldwide from different shipping points in different countries in Europe and in Canada. For deliveries to USA and Canada, the estimated delivery time for shipment was around 14 days, around 7 days to Europe, up to 20 days to Australia, and 14 days to Japan and Africa. The cost for their regular shipping was around $18.00.

Customers could log-in to access a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week live support or use the Contact Us page for queries or concerns. Currently, however, users trying to enter the website would be redirected to, and for some unknown reason. Reviews assured clients of 24-hour processing, fast delivery, special prices and discounts, competitive prices, shipping success and extensive customer service. We looked for customer reviews to check it they delivered on those expectations.

In the website, there were a number of testimonials from previous customers which commended the best prices, fast delivery, discreet shipment packaging, answered questions, and great communication from the staff and general service.

A customer named John Schmaler gave an A+ and said that they provided “fast delivery” and went out of their way to answer his questions. He said that was “great all around” and looked forward to future business with them.

Similarly, Keefe Wolf declared to be the “best place on the net barnone.” He praised the quick shipment and said that he would be a customer for life.

These reviews, although all positive, were found on the website itself, were few and lacked details such as the location of the customers and date of the reviews. These factors are clues that the reviews may have been biased or even fabricated and are not very reliable. Reviews 2016

Since no current reviews for were found on the web, I used Scam Adviser to further check on the It revealed that the website had a short domain age and life span, and the identified organization was “c/o”

The site was located in Australia, but may be owned in the US. There were also reports of malware and of the site being rogue.

Scam Adviser also picked up that checking the website would redirect or forward to another website called All in all, it gives a 23% rating and says that it is a high-risk website. Coupon Codes

There were times when had special sales, bonus products added to the order and discount codes.

Also, all in all, they claim that customers save up to 40-50% from the regular prices of items. If you’re looking for free shipping and freebie pills, though, you may not be able to find them on

Conclusion claimed to have operated since 2005, but the domain age said otherwise. It was shown to have a short domain age and lifespan. When it was still up for use, it sold primarily anabolic steroids and similar products. Customers would be able to save up to 40-40% compared to regular prices. There were some good reviews from previous customers, but those were found only on the website itself and are therefore not reliable. Scam Adviser warns against the website and says that it is high risk. Moreover, when trying to access, users will be redirected to other websites. I do not recommend using at present and will give it a score of 1 out of 5.

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