Crazy Bulk products.. are a complete waste of money. There marketing is good however, there products simply DON’T work as indicated.
We put it to the test (14 different lads) all by following a good diet, training routine over a number of months and all came to the same conclusion ( minimal to no results) which completely vanish once you stop.
You’re better off looking else where as there are products that are far far superior with great results. Again if you’re going for the quick gain don’t be surprised when you lose everything when you stop.
Steer far from all Crazy Bulk Product and Save your money – the decision is yours but I guarantee (“I told you so”)
None of Crazy Bulk products work!
Honest none bias review from Alex
I bought the Trenorol and it did nothing. This product does not work, I don’t recommend it and I am never buying from Crazy Bulk again. Original review: TrustPilot
Scammer company. I have bought the stacks and multiple types, it’s all but a placebo. Whenever it doesn’t work they will pinpoint to different body reaction, but what if NONE of their products work? Because I bought everything and nothing works, yeah blame on poor diet, but I diet like a sportsman. Besides I get better results with other stuff.
Scam company and paying tons of fake writers to vouch for the fake product. Review by Frultydc rl
Just saying…ive been a lifter for years now I do everything as im supposed to..I tried crazbulks d-bol for 4 months I gained NOTHING.. no size gains no strength gains contacated the company about the bs of change your body IN AS LITTLE AS 30 days..I call bs …waste of money false advertising and when you mention anything about negative results you get hung up on dont expect anything with this product except a loss in your wallet. Review by Matt Hatter
I have never come across such a dishonest company. I made an order on 30th December which according to the online chat was out of stock. Promises were made that stocks were on there way and then a guarantee that the products would be shipped today. Low and behold their stock had not arrived and would be in on Monday. Well after 12 days of lies I gave up and asked for a refund as you can bet your bottom dollar that their stock will not be there on Monday. The online chat was a joke full of lies and disinterested operators. To top it all this a section of conversation had by Maricar “Please check if the device is 1cm longer than your penis”. I have a copy of the transcript should anyone doubt me. Great company, not only do they lie but they insult you as well. CrazyBulk, more like CrazyBullShitters, rude ones at that. Review by Ian Logue
First off crazy bulk promote these as steroid equivalents they are nothing of the sort, they advertise as legal alternative, suggesting steroids are illegal,they are not, it is not illegal to possess steroids, buy steroids or use steroids, it is only illegal to sell them,and last, this stuff doesn’t work, it’s expensive rubbish,your being conned. Review by Outlaw Biker
I have to be honest with my review on this CRAZY BULK supplements. I brought 2 bottles of Anadrol and 1 bottle of D-Bal. 60 days straight using these supplements eating 5 times a day working out once a day and sometimes twice a day. Now as I stated above I have to be honest with my review and those supplements did not work for me at all they did nothing. To me it was a waste of money and my time. I am better off taking creatine. Review by yasin
The biggest bunch sh!t products out there. It’s a scam. The guys on here saying the products are great are scammers part of this site. Not one of those ingredients on that site are anabolic, nor will they help you build not even the tiniest amount muscle. If you want to waste your money then go ahead but be warned! Review by Luis Cano
Absolute rubbish, the tablets don’t have anything useful in them to help as they suggest.
Stay well away. Review by Demian Allan
Complete trash and waste of money. I tried leaving a review for their product twice about how terrible it was and it doesn’t even get posted. Review by Abdul Qudus
Absolutely criminal. The active ingredients in these pills are in such low dosages and of terrible quality, you will not gain anything on these products. Review by Thomas Wilson
Crazy bulk are a con. Their website is full of fake positive reviews and their products do nothing. Dont know how they’re allowed to get away with it!
I bought trenorol and was fooled like others by the reviews. Zero changes or results! Stay well away! Review by Daniel Williams
Their supplements do NOT work and are a Scam After buying their supplements I can say that all of their products are a total scam. The herbal ingredients do nothing for muscle or fat loss and each herbal ingredient is hugely under dosed. Their supplement claims are false. They purposely named their products similarly to anabolic steroid names and called them “legal steroids” to confuse and deceive buyers into thinking they are steroids and/or have the same anabolic effects of steroids, when in fact they do not because they are herbs in capsules. These are overpriced shill pills that need to be avoided. You’ll just lose your money buying them. The company is based outside of the USA (registered in Cyprus but run by people from the United Kingdom) so you have zero recourse if you have a bad experience. If you see any positive reviews online, they are fake and appear on websites made by Crazy Bulk’s sales affiliates who get a rich commission each time you buy their junk and that is why their products are way overpriced. They have fake testimonials on their website. Just do a ****** image search on their testimonial pics you’ll see they scraped the internet for before and after pics of bodybuilders who never took their products. This is a money scam pure and simple. If you’ve been scammed out of your money, just call your credit card company and dispute the charge. Your credit card company will always take your side 100% when it comes to these fraudsters. They take advantage of the ignorant bodybuilders and should be shut down. Their website claims guaranteed results but in reality you’ll never see results from these herbal products. Do not buy Crazy Bulk herbal pills. Beware everyone! Review at BBB.org
I’m going to answer this as is if it isn’t a troll, although it might be. These are the most overpriced, dishonestly marketed supplements that I have ever seen. They’re marketed with the same names as different steroids but they are not going to act as steroids will in any possible way. Please do not give these people money. Reddit Review
The website is intentionally misleading, it lists the supplements as steroids. One is literally called D-BAL and has a big DIANABOL printed on the front of the bottle. If a pill bottle has a chemical name on it, you assume that’s what’s in the pill, because otherwise why the heck is some completely unrelated chemical being printed in bold on the front of the bottle? That’s the case with Crazy Bulk items. But make no mistake, there is nothing even remotely “steroidy” about these wares.
The “natural substitutes” are supported by pseudoscience, conflicting research, or in some cases no research at all. For example in a gynecomastia medication they sell, of all the ingredients in it only TWO are actually proven to do a damn thing for weight loss: green tea and caffeine which you can get anywhere for far cheaper.
Yet the remaining ingredients in the supplement have NO supporting evidence to show they actually work. One of them, Evodiamine, has a single study that showed minor fat-burning potential in MICE, and nothing for actual humans. Gugulipid is another that has conflicting research and the consensus in the scientific community is that there is no causal relation between it and fat burning in humans.
The recurring pattern here is that they’re selling supplements based on unproven and unsubstantiated ingredients. There is also a TON of astroturfing going on with Crazy Bulk, which is very alarming. Google searching the website or any of its products will produce website after website singing nothing but unequivocal praise, and not a single criticism, which is suspicious. All of these are small, fledgling websites that had their URL registered around the same date and all possess very similar linguistic style in the writing, vocabulary and paragraph construction – which looks curiously like it was written by the same person/people. Review by Justin D.