Scam Alert-Pure Cambogia Ultra & Pure Life Cleanse Cheating People
This is a ‘fraud alert’ post! Pure Cambogia Ultra and Pure Life Cleanse have been deceiving people. Read on.
Pure Cambogia Ultra and Pure Life Cleanse are resorting to unfair methods to lure customers to buy their weight loss products. The last time they had used photos of our team member Kanan Gautam on another site and had renamed her as Reema Ghosh from Kolkata! Let me tell you gain that we do not endorse the product in any way and please be wary of such gimmicks. You can read the complete story here.
Well, this time the same brand is using celebrity power to sell their products. Look at the before and after photos of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, yes these are here photos but did you pay attention to the tweet below? See carefully, the account is fake, as you can see I have circled the profile photo in red. It is not Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s real account and nor does she endorse any of the mentioned products. It is all a fraud!
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This is highly deplorable on the part of the company and quite unfair. People struggling with their weight will easily get victimized. They have societal pressure to handle that weighs tons. Nobody acknowledges flabby people and that is the bitter truth much to the discomfort of those who are overweight. When people see the likes of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan endorsing the product they think that they too can lose weight. They spend a fortune on such products and are duped. This affects their emotional health and self image a lot.
Check out the photos below, these photos are just to attract attention of people who are desperate to get a 10 on 10 figure! What I don’t understand is that if the product is really good the company does not need to resort to cheap marketing gimmicks. This tells it loud and clear that the product is a total failure when it comes to weight loss.
I went into deeper investigation and found out that on other sites they are charging customers extra amount for the slimming products. They have not even mentioned the price on the site. Many customers have been cheated as you can see in the comments below:
There are testimonials of people who have built their abs just by consuming this product. Look at the pick below! He even has his biceps built. You think it is possible?
The other people who have been sweating it out at the gym to get fit and trim, are they fools? Can a few pills replace the amount of hard work one has to put in to actually get in shape?
Time and again we at IWB remind our readers that there is no short cut to weight loss. One has to tread the hard way and reach the final destination. It is hard work plus smart work that reaps benefits and not slimming products like Pure Cambogia Ultra and Pure Life Cleanse.
If something really works wonders it will sell like hot cakes and one need not use fake photos or testimonials. Have you come across such products that promise a lot that sounds too good to be true? Do share your experiences with us!
Scam Alert-Pure Cambogia Ultra & Pure Life Cleanse Cheating People, be careful.
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