USP Prime Review

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  1. Y'know if I spent 200.00 dollars at one time on something that didn't do **** for me, I'd be demanding my money back for sure. I don't blame the guy for warning others to stay away from this product cause to him it wasn't the "holy grail" of building muscle. The company told him it would do this for him but, he got something else out of it instead. But, you wouldn't believe what some people would do in this world to try to discredit someone else.


  2. i aggree they claim its as good as d-bol LOL yeah right whatever !!! i used it good ok product for a non hormone 1. to compare it to d bol or calling it the ultimate muscle pill is complete ball.
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  3. Why would anybody buy products which have no science behind it. It's a waste of money.

    Take a look at Dsade from RPN, his products are ALL about science, so that's is way I am buying a lot of RPN goodies every month.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Iron Lungz View Post

    I'm awaiting the Original Posters retort, if at all anything.
    o/p was Last Online: 12-31-2008 (12:41 AM my time - 7 minutes before you made this post) so he's had more than had a chance to read and reply to most of this thread, yet hasn't done so.

    just an observation

  5. Let's face it, there won't ever be any alternative to the real deal (read: roids) if you want to go beyond what is normally doable with your godgiven genetics.

    Sadly, a new "ultimate muscle" formula will pop up here and there again and again, and deplete some people's valuable cash.
    As much as I value AM.com, I think the sponsored logs are partly to blame for it, too.

    But thinking to get your money back - well, good luck with this, but your chances are as close to zero as they can get.
    Normally, you research a product BEFORE you purchase it, and how anyone could think a herbal formula matches a steroid
    in terms of effectiveness is beyond me. Supplement companies are losely regulated, and if you read the fine print, you always find this neat sentence:
    "Those sentences have not been validated by the FDA". Another words, they can market a Vitamin C powder as more potent for muscle building
    than Testosterone - there's no way you can prohibit them from doing it.

    At least you have learned your lesson and won't fall for USPlabs or any other company's crappola marketing schemes anymore.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by SpargelJanusz View Post
    Let's face it, there won't ever be any alternative to the real deal (read: roids) if you want to go beyond what is normally doable with your godgiven genetics.

    Sadly, a new "ultimate muscle" formula will pop up here and there again and again, and deplete some people's valuable cash.
    As much as I value AM.com, I think the sponsored logs are partly to blame for it, too.

    But thinking to get your money back - well, good luck with this, but your chances are as close to zero as they can get.
    Normally, you research a product BEFORE you purchase it, and how anyone could think a herbal formula matches a steroid
    in terms of effectiveness is beyond me. Supplement companies are losely regulated, and if you read the fine print, you always find this neat sentence:
    "Those sentences have not been validated by the FDA". Another words, they can market a Vitamin C powder as more potent for muscle building
    than Testosterone - there's no way you can prohibit them from doing it.

    At least you have learned your lesson and won't fall for USPlabs or any other company's crappola marketing schemes anymore.
    No, if he replies with a receipt and an order #, he will receive a refund. Simple as that.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by b unit View Post
    o/p was Last Online: 12-31-2008 (12:41 AM my time - 7 minutes before you made this post) so he's had more than had a chance to read and reply to most of this thread, yet hasn't done so.

    just an observation
    this suggests that the OP is full of shit.

    ...and that there just might be a little bit of credibility with this:

    Quote Originally Posted by USPLabs View Post
    Well when administration advises you that ghost accounts are created by competing companies you tend to lean of the defensive side.
    if he was true to his word he'd:

    1) defend himself on this thread

    2) produce the receipts - and publically.

    Maybe after his initial burst of bravery he's just a little too intimidated to step out?

    ...ScamWatch pft....

  8. Well, based on his thread, he's gotta be pretty angry to go to all this trouble of providing evidence that the ingredients in prime is bunk. Who knows...maybe he's left the country to destroy any existing tribulus plants manufactured by USP labs.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by brahmabull View Post
    Well, based on his thread, he's gotta be pretty angry to go to all this trouble of providing evidence that the ingredients in prime is bunk. Who knows...maybe he's left the country to destroy any existing tribulus plants manufactured by USP labs.
    Thats a whole lotta swamp lands to be trudging through!

    Adams
    The Historic PES Legend

  10. Quote Originally Posted by SpargelJanusz;
    ...At least you have learned your lesson and won't fall for USPlabs or any other company's crappola marketing schemes anymore.
    Interesting.
    Product Educator | USPowders
    Statements made by this online persona are the sole property of the owner, and do not necessarily reflect USPowders’ opinion as a whole.

  11. I would love to hear from someone else who bought this stuff and blew 200 dollars on it and got noting out of it.
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