PureRawz Review | Does PureRawz Have Pure SARMs

PureRawz is a company that has changed domains a few times, just like many SARM vendors are forced to do, as they are constantly hunted by regulations and interest groups trying to put them down.

PureRawz review

I will admit that it’s not easy selling research chemical these days, but can this company hold a candle to my recommended vendors?

You’ll just have to read this review and find out!


PureRawz is a vendor from the US and they are quite new on the scene.

The thing which makes them stand out is their large product selection, ranging from SARMs to something obscure like Chaga Mushroom powder.

When I opened the website for the first time, I was positively overwhelmed by all the products available, and they even boasted SARMs in all four types; liquid, powder, tablets and caps.

The second thing you’ll notice is the not so humble slogan on the left side of the site, which states that the website sells the best compounds on the planet. Underneath the mantra lies stenciled a toll-free phone number.

I got to admit that I’m impressed so far, but first looks can easily deceive as I’ve learned many times in my life.

Product Selection

I will only be looking at SARMs and SERMs as they are the only products that interest me out of the lot.

Digging deeper into the website, you quickly find out that most of their products are out of stock, especially when it comes to SARM powders.

For example, they lack most SARM powders and caps, but compensate for it by having enough liquid and tabs available.

Other than that, they seem to have all the SARMs in stock in one form or another, which is always nice to see.

One thing to note is not to bother with their stacks; they either don’t know what they are doing, or they don’t care.

Either way, stay away from their stacks!

As an example, they sell Kraken which is a mixture of Ligandrol, YK11 and S23. I would rather take a bullet in the head than consume that stack, that’s how bad it is. I never tried it out, but I reckon you would experience a complete shutdown on week three.

They have both Nolvadex and Clomid which is surprising to see and a very big plus for the company; you don’t have to wander around aimlessly looking for them in multiple shops.

They don’t have problems with fake reviews on their site, unlike Umbrella Labs.

If I could change one thing about their product selection when it comes to SARMs, it would be adding more information in the description box and removing some of the potentially harmful stacks.

There are a lot of newbies shopping around and we don’t want anyone getting hurt.


The prices are more than fair; 1000mgs of liquid Cardarine will only cost you around fifty dollars, which is a good deal. They even have discounts available if you buy SARMs in bigger denominations.

I always like to say that pricing doesn’t mean much in the long run, for example, Proven Peptides is one of the steepest shops I know, yet few vendors can match their quality.

It’s all about quality when it comes to SARMs, pricing is almost unimportant.

Quality Control

I don’t work with SARM vendors that don’t have third party lab results on their website, period.

PureRawz has them, but they are not recent; most of them date back to 2019 and that’s not good.

You want to find a vendor that has recent lab results, someone that tests every batch they put out to customers, a vendor like science.bio.


If you thought that the lack of recent lab results was bad, here is where it gets worse. The company has suffered numerous complaints about missing shipments and goods, bunk product, and lack of stock at the end of 2018.

They never addressed any of that UNTIL one of their bigger affiliates stepped in and asked them what was going on.

They gave a bunch of excuses such as ‘you guys are ordering too much’, ‘we don’t have enough employees’ and ‘we are a small, family run business’.

I’m a business owner myself and I know how hard it can be sometimes to jiggle everything the right way but ignoring people until the last moment is not the way to go and I have to call them out for that.

Shipping And Returns

This company gives out free international shipping to anyone ordering more than 94$ worth of goods. If you order less than that, you’ll have to pay $9.99 for international shipping and a bit less if you’re from the US.

When it comes to payment options, it surprised me that the company accepts PayPal. I’ve already written an article on why legitimate companies DON’T use PayPal, you can read it here.

Upon further inspection, I’ve come to realize that the company knows that it’s breaking PayPal’s terms of service, but it just doesn’t care.

It advices customers to leave the comment section of their transactions empty.

The problem is, this company is going to get shut down by PayPal in the near future, and those that have traded with them risk compromising their PayPal accounts.

I would strongly advice against paying with PayPal and instead opting for cryptocurrencies or CoinPayments, the other two options available on the site.

Orders are shipped out 24-48 hours after payment is done and it usually takes around five to six business days for your goods to arrive, if you’re from the US.

If you’re ordering from somewhere like Australia, it might take up to two to three weeks for the package to come to your place.

If your total checkout amount exceeds 150$, the company gives out complementary gifts, and you may choose between a PureRawz lanyard and a bracelet.

What’s important to note is that you’re basically being forced to pay $9.99 for ‘shipping insurance’. In case anything happens to your package, you will not be compensated if you don’t have it.

Also, for orders above 150$, the company requires your signature for some obscure reason, or they once again won’t take responsibility to what happens for your package.

Lastly, you have seven days from the moment you receive your package to report any concerns to the company.

After that, you’re on your own.

I’m going to be honest; I don’t like this one bit.

Customer Reviews Online

Many people have complained that the products from PureRawz didn’t do diddly-squat for their gains. They felt cheated and urged customers not to buy from them.

Others (affiliates being the loudest among them) claim that PureRawz is legit and that their products work as intended.

I’m not going into a debate whether their products really work or not, but what I will point out is that having a divided customer base is never a good sign.

This makes me want to take my business elsewhere.

Customer Support

I can’t vouch for their customer support as I haven’t really had any communication with the company.

The problem is, this business has failed to impress on multiple fronts, and I don’t want to spend my time or hard-earned money just to have a hit and miss chance of getting the real deal.

Why would I do that when I can buy my SARMs from legitimate vendors?


I was really excited at the prospect of adding this company to my recommended list of vendors, especially when I saw the number and types of compounds they sold.

Unfortunately, they have multiple things to work on, mostly stuff that I pointed out in this article.

I especially disliked the shady practice of accepting PayPal and urging customers to cover on their behalf.

Another thing which I couldn’t get over was the shipping insurance, it’s unnecessary and seems like a cheap way to rob you of another 10$.

All in all, this company gets a 4,5 out of 10 from me.

It’s solid and with a bit of restructuring and proper management, it could potentially become a behemoth in the world of SARMs.

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