The acai berry is getting a bad name because of all the acai berry cleanse scam websites out there. We have all seen the fake blogs with pictures telling you the owner of the blog is a 30 something mom that lost 30 pounds or more with free acai berry cleanse supplements. I think most people know these are fake, but they trick a lot of people into believing claims that are unrealistic.
Acai berries are very beneficial and I have written many articles about the benefits of acai berries. Unfortunately, when it comes to the acai berry cleanse scam there is nothing positive to say about it, but I will show you what to look for so you don’t get scammed too.
If you are going to protect yourself from the acai berry cleanse scam, you need to know what to look for.
Blogs are often used to set up a scam site. It will have a testimonial of the person who supposedly lost weight and published the blog. The story will talk about how she (it is almost always a female) had no energy until she found these free trials for a weight loss supplement and a colon cleanse product.
There will also be impressive before and after pictures of the person telling the story. The pictures are usually stock photos and cost $1 at www.stockxpert.com and they have lots of them. There is nothing wrong with using stock photos, but here people are trying to deceive you.
After the story and recommendation to order specific diet pills, there will be a comments section at the bottom. In that section there will be some comments saying how great the supplements worked. The comments section will be closed so you can’t leave a comment or if it allows you to put in a comment it will never be shown.
The easiest way to protect yourself from a scam is to ignore all the hype. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
You also need to pay attention to what you are signing up for. If you want a free trial, that is ok. You just need to realize you will be charged for future shipments unless you cancel. Some people have had problems with certain companies. If you want to take advantage of a free trial and don’t want to risk your credit rating, use a prepaid gift card.
If you want to avoid all the potential problems of free trials, there are lots of great deals out there. Many of the free trial supplements are also available in great deals like by 3 get 2 free. You can usually buy single bottles too and they will still be cheaper than the local health food store. Just do a little research and you will be ok.
I will say it one more time: if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. Read the fine print and you will know what you are signing up for.