XTreme NO has been busted using stolen photos and fake “proof” stories in their high level international marketing campaigns.
They run two separate marketing campaigns and in both those campaigns stolen photos and fake stories are used.
Two different plastic bottles, the one a black and the other a white bottle, are distributed by this company for the same product. XTreme NO contains the following ingredients: L-arginine hydrochloride, L-arginine alpha-ketoglutarate along with L-arginine ketolsocaproate all in an attempt to increase the bodies Nitric Oxide levels.
It is simply not scientifically possible for these ingredients to result in a body transformation, and thus why this company have to steal photos and make up fake stories to prove an un-provable point.
Plus all the “proof” of people leaving comments to say how great this product is completely fake!
L-Arganine is used by bodybuilders but only for a short-lived effect:
- · A temporary “pump” during workouts that let’s the muscles seem bigger for a short while
- · A slight increase in veins visibility during exercise
- · potentially quicker recover from exercise.
It does NOT have muscle-building properties or body transformation properties, full stop!
And yes, once again I am one of the main abused parties. They illegally use my transformation photo and make up a complete and utter fake story.
It is needless to say that you need to stay completely clear from this product, for various reasons, one of which also that many people have complained they are losing money ordering the product through these channels.
When it sounds “too good to be true”, it ALWAYS IS (!) too good to be true.
Here is the proof of the first SCAM marketing campaign:
Here is the proof of the second SCAM marketing campaign:
Wish you happy training. Cheers…