I am an exercise enthusiast that thought nitric Pure sounded like a decent supplement. A free bottle to test the product and maybe even a continued subscription. I read the fine print on trynitricpure.com that told me I would be charged 119.95 if i didn’t cancel within 14 days. I received the product and tried it out…Nothing. I take Jack3d somewhat regularly so I am not so surprised when Nitric Pure doesn’t enhance my workout. Turns out it’s not all its cracked up to be. So I decided to call the company and cancel my subscription before the trial period ended, thinking I would have only been charged for the initial shipping cost of 9.95. The lady on the phone tells me that I need to be taking the supplement alone, without anything else. I tell her I am still not satisfied and would still like to cancel. She refuses. After a half hour of her rambling about giving me a $20 discount from the monthly costs and whatnot I said i would not like any more and I want to cancel… They didn’t charge me $119.95 like most of the others that got ripped off, but there is no way of getting out of paying the “discounted” price of $49.95 for the bottle. No matter how you put it, your paying at least $50 for this “free” trial bottle of Nitric Pure. I read people’s posts on this site before ordering and was under the impression that canceling would leave me with no more charges, needless to say i was wrong. I’m not saying it is a bad supplement, I’m saying it’s a scam and that bottle is NOT free. So for anyone thinking of “trying” this free trial, you might as well buy a full bottle. Better yet go to your local GNC, Vitamin World whatever, and buy a $25 bottle of Jack3d. It’s a much better product for a fraction of the price and no hassle.