Garcinia Cambogia Shape – Yet another scam

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Yet another Garcinia Cambogia “brand” pops up with ridiculous claims, and deceptive, illegal advertising tactics.

Of course, they use the hit and run approach common with these sort of scams – advertising on websites that don’t take the time to check how dishonest their advertisers are, and disappearing in a few months only to pop back up with a new “brand” name. Rinse and repeat.

Ridiculous Claims

Take this image above – Think about it…
Do you REALLY believe this person lost that huge belly in 26 days, and turned into the obvious gym fanatic at the right, all from taking a few pills a day with no change in diet or exercise?
Of course not!

Garcinia Cambogia is NOT A MIRACLE PILL.

It can help you lose weight, but nothing like these scammers claim.

Deceptive, Illegal Advertising Practices

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Start at the top – the title of this site: WOMEN’S HEALTH

These scammers have nothing to do with the legitimate site, Womenshealthmag.com

They use the name and would be sued if they stick around long enough, but will scatter like cockroaches if anyone pokes around.

Likewise, they use many other deceptive practices, like using images of Jessica Simpson and claim she lost all her weight with Garcinia Cambogia, which is simply NOT TRUE.

Ridiculous Prices

$53 for a bottle of Garcinia Cambodia? Are you kidding me???

5 minutes of research will show you that their product is 2-3 times the cost of similar or better products. Look below, or click here for better products at 1/3 the cost of this ripoff.

They prey on gullible people that want to believe the ridiculous claims, and get so excited they don’t bother researching. Hopefully, we save you from making that mistake.

Unknown Quality

So, what exactly are you buying? Good luck trying to figure that out. They usually don’t show the label or talk about the ingredients.

We say “usually”, because the websites and sales pages change all the time, along with the brand name. Constantly moving to stay ahead of the law.

They don’t care about the quality of their product – they don’t care to make happy, return customers.

Worthless Add on products

Colon cleansers are the standard add on product pushed by weight loss scammers as an add-on. It can temporarily help with bloating and other such issues and make the user feel like they are making some progress, but doesn’t really improve the effectiveness of Garcinia Cambogia.

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