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WARNING: Men’s Sports Health Science Diet & Muscle Pills Scam Alert

It has come to our attention that several websites are unlawfully using the Men’s Sports Health Science® logo to sell diet and muscle supplements. These products include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Raspberry Ketone
  • Green Coffee Bean
  • Garcinia Cambogia

PLEASE NOTE: The Men’s Sports Health Science® Brand ONLY endorses these muscle supplements or diet pills from reputable manufacturers. We are not affiliated with the companies selling them. This page receives compensation for clicks on or purchase of products featured on this site.

Only purchase these muscle supplements or diet pill products from brands officially endorsed by Men’s Sports Health Science®. Many companies are using our brand logo, and in some cases other aspects of our intellectual property, without our permission. Their use of the Men’s Sports Health Science® logo, etc., in order to attempt to make a false connection between their products and trick users into buying unsafe products.

Let this be a warning to all of our loyal customers, we recommend that you ONLY purchase from the companies endorsed by Men’s Sports Health Science. Several sources are reporting that, if you provide your credit card information to the unofficial companies selling these pills and supplements, your credit card will be charged indefinitely, and you will not be able to cancel. Again, we reiterate that Men’s Sports Health Science® is not involved in any way with these outside companies, including with their billing practices.

The editors at Men’s Sports Health Science® deeply regret if any of our readers have felt tricked or misled by these scam sites. We value your loyalty and faith in the Men’s Sports Health Science® brand, and are taking the situation very seriously.

Finally, we encourage you to read the following tips about how to avoid falling victim to these (and any future) scam sites.

Look at the URL
Unfortunately, even if you see a Men’s Sports Health Science® logo on the page, you may not be dealing with our website. Look at the website URL (located at the top of your browser) and be sure that it includes “sportshealthscience.com/” or “sportshealthscience.co.uk/”. If anything comes between the “.com” and the “/” it is likely a fake website. Our site will never appear as “SportsHealthScience.net” or “SportsHealthScience.com-the.us” These sites are fake.

Beware Variations of the Men’s Sports Health Science® logo
In several instances, the site will have the Men’s Sports Health Science® logo, followed by a number (generally a 6 or 7). These sites are fake. The legitimate Men’s Sports Health Science® website does not have any numbers attached to it. There is only one true Men’s Sports Health Science® site: SportsHealthScience.com

Pay attention to where you found the Link
Men’s Sports Health Science® will occasionally endorse other affiliate products on our websites. If you are directed to these through our official SportsHealthScience.com homepage or newsletters, you can be sure that it is safe. But if you find a site that does not have “sportshealthscience.com” in the URL and also wasn’t linked to directly from our site, our newsletters, or our affiliated sites and newsletters, then it is likely a scam.

It is important to keep our users safe online, thank you.