Signup for My FREE “Supplement Scams” Exposed Ebook

In my research over the years, I have come across dozens of scams and deceptive companies that will do almost anything to make a buck.

In fact, there are so many supplement scams out there I could actually write a book about it.

Since I don’t have time to write a book, I decided to write this special mini report instead, and you can and SHOULD use it as a guide to help protect you from the various unsavory characters and scammers on the internet.

In it you will find supplement scams exposed like:

1.) Free trials and why they REALLY Aren’t So FREE!

We hate scams just as much as you do, but this one is a personal mission of mine to expose.

“Thank God I canceled after the so called “free” trial bottle. Don’t be fooled, this stuff does nothing.

2.) Dangerous Weight Loss Pills That Could KILL You

Many companies put DANGEROUS and even ILLEGAL ingredients in their products to make them work more effectively.

“I took it once and developed faster heart rate and flushing experience.

Also a runny nose and the shakes for a while until it left my system. i would never use this product again…”

3.) Counterfeit supplements made in foreign countries

Some scammers go so far as to make up a “generic” version of a popular supplement and try and sell it for half the price on ebay.

I thought I was getting a great price on this, glad you pointed out the fake version before I bought it.”

4.) Illegitimate companies who try to SWINDLE you out of your money

Some companies don’t even list the ingredients on their website, and when you go to contact them they never even respond.

“I was wondering why I was getting bad side effects from this product, and then I saw the FDA banned it’s use!”

5.) Unrealistic claims that will NEVER work

“Lose 20 lbs.s of fat in 2 weeks without diet or exercise!” Yeah…..right….





5 comments on “Free Supplement Scams Report”

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  1. I order 2 bottles 1 is T-Compound and the other one is X-Ripped just arrived from the mail and I have not take it yet until I talk to my doctor and show him these bottles. I don’t really know or understand about this products.

    I find it online and I paid for shipment only (free). need more advised for this products.
    1. Hey Filipo,
      The free trial you ordered won’t really be free unless you take action pretty quickly. When your trial period expires (for most of these free trial scams it’s 14 days), they will charge you full price for each bottle, probably something around $80-$90 each, and they’ll start sending you 2 new bottles at full price every month.

      If you don’t want this to happen, call the number (or numbers) next to the charge on your credit card or bank statement, and tell them you want to cancel your subscription. If they give you a hard time, cancel your credit card and get a new number.

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