|New Life Botanical
||Advanced Garcinia Cambogia
||Garcinia Cambogia Xtreme
||Pure Garcinia Cambogia
||Garcinia Cambogia Ultra
||Ultimate Garcinia Cambogia
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Pure Garcinia Cambogia is no guarantee of quality
When Dr. Oz featured Garcinia recently, as always, the scammers followed suit. Pure Garcinia Cambogia is just one of many products that you should be wary of and we put it at the top of our list for good reason. They take a crappy product and call it “Pure”, as if that is some guarantee of quality.
One of the things that Dr. Oz stressed about this new exciting discovery is that it’s cheap. It’s probably one of, if not THE cheapest diet supplement on the market. That’s great news, right? Of course it is.
So why are there suddenly Pure Garcinia products being sold for just as much as, if not more than other diet supplements? Simple. Scammers are throwing together crappy products presented in beautiful, stylish websites just to get your money. The price of “Pure Garcinia Cambogia” is just ridiculous and guess what? They don’t bother to show you the ingredients or the label because they are using a crappy product.
The next one that we found is called Garcinia Cambogia Xtreme. There isn’t a whole lot of fault that we could find here. To be honest, it doesn’t look half bad. They seem very set on making sure their extract meets the minimum recommendations and fits in line with what Dr. Oz recommends. They are up front about the ingredients used and they’re clearly letting you review the label before purchasing or handing over any personal information. The main reason we decided to go ahead and include this in the list is the price. Garcinia Cambogia Xtreme isn’t nearly as crazy as the two above, but it’s still a bit more than we feel you should pay: just under $40. As we said, you should be able to find a quality product in the $20-$30 range.
All right, this one just leaves us thinking “Wow…. really?” Advanced Garcinia Cambogia – there are so many things wrong here we just don’t even know where to start. First of all, if you read the page you’ll quickly realize that this has obviously been thrown together – either by someone who simply can’t write or someone who doesn’t speak English as their first language. The second red flag is the offer of a free bottle. Never fall for this.
You will not be getting a free bottle with no strings attached – ever.
But just out of curiosity, and to see how much they’re charging and get to the fine print, I clicked their order button. Guess what? Nothing. A blank page. A blank page that is supposed to be redirecting to an affiliate offer so they can make money. So this isn’t even their product. They’re simply an affiliate trying to make money.
Like we mentioned above, you will never get a free bottle of Garcinia (or any other health supplement) completely free with no strings attached. Ultimate Garcinia Cambogia is the perfect example. Their site is stunningly beautiful with professionally designed graphics. It looks amazing! But that’s where the amazing stops. If you click on any of the order buttons, it will lead you right back to the submission form to get all of your personal info. Without giving them this, you don’t get to see the real terms behind their offer.
… You can bet one of two things will happen.
Either you fill in the form (giving them access and permission to email and push their product on you) and then, and ONLY then, do you find out your free bottle only comes with a purchase. Or secondly, they gladly send you one bottle and then you fight tooth-n-nail to get out of a subscription for recurring billing for future bottles. Two words: Stay away.