Weight Loss scam victims report that they gave credit card numbers for a “free” trial offer of acai (pronounced a-sigh-EE) berry products and ended up with unauthorized charges for acai products they never ordered.
Others claim that these supposed diet products are marketed with fake claims that they are endorsed by Oprah, Rachel Ray or other trusted celebrities.
Some claim that many of the “after” photos on these fake weight-loss, diet supplement and Acai Berry related blogs are just stock photos of models.
blogs, fake endorsements, fishy science, and hard-to-cancel credit card transactions,” all related to acai berry products.
According to Peggy Rowland on Blisstree:
“Even though acai berries are supposed to be the new, exotic super antioxidants, there’s no evidence to support any weight loss claims. Nor is there evidence to support other “magic powers” of the acai berry: cleaning colons or enhancing sexual desire. If you’re thinking of giving someone your credit card number to cover shipping for a free trial of the powerful acai berry pills, think again. They go by many names, but suspect them all.”
HAVE YOU BEEN RIPPED OFF BY SITES SELLING ACAI BERRY PRODUCTS, DIET PILLS OR WEIGHT LOSS SUPPLEMENTS?
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