Reviews To Avoid Scams And Fraud Of All Kinds
A free trial of a weight-loss product can quickly turn from a simple online purchase into a real nightmare that will make you lose…the desire to lose weight! Yes, we know you’re so motivated to shed those unwanted pounds that you end up… the victim of a free trial scam! Many malicious people take advantage of your determination to get money out of you, quite easily.
If you’ve already fallen victim to this type of scam and are looking for ways out, this article will provide you with some answers that may help you. Unfortunately, we can’t guarantee anything…
See also : Our guide to the Free Trial scam
After a free trial of a weight-loss product, you’ll often discover that you have indeed authorized recurring direct debits from your balance. Unfortunately (or fortunately?), you’ll need to contact your bank to block your card and prevent any unauthorized debits from being taken from your account. We all know that, in addition to the inconvenience caused by this unwanted operation, other charges will be added to your loss. So don’t feel guilty and avoid the worst.
While you’re waiting to get your money (or part of it) back, let’s take this opportunity to learn the right lessons from such a misadventure. We sincerely hope that other readers will read this article before falling for it. So, please, if you’re reading, don’t hesitate for a moment and share this warning with others. A loved one or friend could be next…
After receiving so many comments on our site, crying free trial scam, we decided to prepare this article to help you avoid this type of scam. So we’ve tried to list the main reasons why you shouldn’t play along.
Why not? The answer is quite simple, in fact, and all you have to do is think about it. When it comes to weight loss, there are solutions that work, but in the form of a treatment requiring a supply of at least 3 months to see the first results. How else can a free trial of a product sample help you lose weight?
Unfortunately, this is where the scammers use their “genius”. They dangle a miracle solution in front of you that doesn’t exist: lose a lot of weight in a very short time! This encourages you to accept the sample without thinking and, above all, without reading!
Your scammers say they’re charging you shipping costs to send you the “gift”! The scenario is so well thought out that you (being the good person that you are) decide to participate in this benevolent effort on the part of the seller, by paying these charges in solidarity with him. But no! If a salesperson decides to offer a free trial, he or she should only be charged for the actual first product purchase. That’s just the way it is!
With this in mind, make sure you don’t provide any credit card information outside of a secure, official purchase. Never fill in forms on pages that promise freebies. There’s no such thing as “free” on the web: there’s always a quid pro quo somewhere. If it’s free, then YOU are the product!
If the offer of a free trial is part of a general sales strategy for a given product, the seller is bound by current law to mention it in his terms of sale…which most of you never read!
Unfortunately, scammers still “protect” themselves by mentioning the terms of their scam, in a number of ways:
And the list goes on!
See also : Learn how to recognize scam pills!
If you do, you’ll be missing out on good products that continue to prove their worth in the slimming field! Don’t be discouraged: if you already know what you need, you can order online in complete safety, without having to go through a free trial.
Don’t forget to take a look at the selection of products that attracted consumers’ interest in 2016, on the right-hand bar of the site. Go further and read the tests we’ve delicately prepared for you, to put all the relevant and useful information you need to know before taking the plunge.
Yes, we’re victims when we’re duped by honeyed promises. But we quickly become accomplices when we agree to take part in these dubious transactions. The tricks and schemes used by scammers are inexhaustible, and they’ll continue to use them to get you. It’s up to you to protect yourself as much as possible to avoid being taken advantage of. So remember: NEVER accept a free trial of any weight-loss product!