The Tummy Tuck Belt with cream (as seen on TV) makes some very enticing promising about weight loss and someone who is struggling to lose a few pounds is bound to try it out. The most significant claim is that you do not need any additional exercise or diet, apart from the simple 10 minute routine demonstrated in their DVD. You are supposed to wear the belt over your belly and it works at gradually removing belly fat, making you slim.
It also comes with a 2 month supply of the special cream which you have to rub on your belly before you begin the ten minute session. Sadly, all of these claims are false and the product is highly ineffective. Like many other users who have posted negative reviews online, I used the Tummy Tuck Belt for a month and failed to shed a single pound; neither was my waist any slimmer.
The company claims that the belt is easy to wear, comfortable and soft, and gives you an instant slim look. This is not the case. It is very difficult to wear and take off the belt and it is so tight and uncomfortable that you can sometimes have trouble breathing properly. When you try doing the exercise routine with this belt on, it keeps folding and doubling up. The cream that accompanies the belt is equally ineffective and can cause rashes on extra sensitive skin.
Wearing this belt all day is very difficult and almost unbearable. I was brave enough to wear this belt for four weeks and finally gave up when I saw no results at all. There are many effective weight loss products available in the market but as far as the Tummy Tuck Belt is concerned, it is a complete waste of time, money and effort. I would advise anyone against buying this product.
When a product promises rapid weight loss, it is difficult to ignore it especially when you have been trying to shed some pounds without any luck thus far. When I heard about Plexus Slim and Plexus Slim Accelerator, I wanted to try it out but was a little skeptical as well. I went on their website and read what they were promising: fast weight loss with more energy and low cholesterol and low blood sugar levels. It sounded too good to be true, but after much deliberation I went ahead and bought a pack.
You are supposed to mix the powder with water and drink it half an hour before every meal. I started taking it and after 3 days I had an upset stomach and severe recurring headaches. The upset stomach quickly became diarrhea and I was on bed for the next few days. I discontinued taking Plexus Slim and Plexus Slim Accelerator immediately. During the week, I had lost a few pounds but the side effects simply weren’t worth it.
Some other people I know who have used it have suffered similar side effects, including nervousness and being jittery all the time. I also found a report issued by the Canadian government citing high blood pressure, shortness of breath, chest pain, stroke and psychiatric disorders as possible side effects of using Plexus Slim and Plexus Slim Accelerator.
The product has been banned in Canada and anyone who finds this product in the market has been advised to report it to the government. If I had found this report beforehand, I would never have gone on and purchased this product for weight loss. Losing weight is important for many of us, but we need to find ways and products that do not end up doing more harm than good.
Everyone wants to looks slim and wear trendy clothes so when a patch offers to get you to size zero in a month, you are bound to be intrigued. The Size Zero Weight Loss Patch has been marketed as the ultimate solution to your weight problem, but if you go through their website and read some of the reviews posted by users on other forums, you will see that this is not the case. Like they say, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
The website offers very little information on the ingredients of the patch; it just says 100% natural plant ingredients, so there is no way to tell if it actually contains components that encourage weight loss. Almost all of the reviews I found claimed to have no results even after using the patch for 6 weeks. One of the users even got dehydrated and had to be rushed to the hospital.
If that doesn’t tell you to stay away from the patch, what will? The most tell-tale sign is that the testimonial section on their website is completely empty, apart from some obviously fake ‘before and after’ pictures. They are even offering $250 to anyone who can submit an authentic weight loss testimonial after using the patch. The information provided on the website is mostly fluff and contains no valuable insight at all.
The only good thing is that they have a money back policy, which they honour according to some users. So if you have been duped by this scam and have already bought a pack, return it now and get your money back. For those of you who have not tried it yet, the best advice would be to stay away from the Size Zero Weight Loss Patch. Not only is it ineffective, it has also not been approved by the FDA.
So you’ve been surfing the web and come across a certain program called Income Infuser which promises you wealth within the first three months of using it. How on earth could you possibly say no to such an opportunity!
Income Infuser scam is among one of the best crafted frauds on the internet at the moment and hopefully you won’t be one of the fools who gets dragged into their web of lies and deceit. Although the entire design may seem legit, anyone who has a little experience on the internet will be able to notice how badly this website resembles every other scam landing page online.
Upon opening up the Income Infuser website, you will notice a seemingly cool video. This may get you thinking that the creator of the Income Infuser program has invested quite some time and money into building the landing page. So who is behind the Income Infuser scam? Darren Salkeld is the creator of Income Infuser as well as another scam that has been floating around on the internet called Instant Income Plan.
Just like his first money making scheme, the Income Infuser will not stop at the initial payment of $47. In fact, after you pay this fee, you will be brought to other cool looking videos and more landing pages asking you to spend thousands of dollars to become an actual member of his “elite” group. If you get looped into paying the thousands of dollars that he asks for, you will then have to spend hundreds of dollars for the rights to use his landing pages as an official affiliate.
That’s right, the Income Infuser program is nothing more than an affiliate network program where you will have a slim to nothing chance of even making a dime. The only way you can make any sort of money is by roping others into the scam so that you can break even. Investing in this the Income Infuser scam is just like burning your money in a fire pit and hoping to win the lottery. Darren Salkeld even goes as far as stating on his landing pages that thetestimonials on his website are far from realistic and only the extraordinary exceptions could ever hope to make that kind of money. Let this be a warning to all of you, Darren Salkeld is a scammer and his Income Infuser program is a debt waiting to happen.
Furthermore, the main focus of his program after investing thousands of dollars relies on the ClickBank program. ClickBank is a free affiliate marketing network where you will never have to pay a dime. Salkeld tries telling you how you can succeed more easily with ClickBank affiliate links; the program is nothing more than that. So the final decision lies in your hands, but if I were you, I’d avoid any existing or future program with the name Darren Salkeld as the promoter. Income Infuser deserves its spot in our long list of scams.
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