Sales of Raspberry Ketone supplements have increased significantly over the past year or so thanks to its appearance on the Dr Oz Show.
Unfortunately despite its proven ability to burn fat there is a risk surrounding the purchase of certain supplements.
Supplements made available through a trial are a notorious scam that has left thousands of people across the globe out of pocket.
How these trials work is that they will get you to sign up at a low price to cover the postage, yet what you are really signing up for is an auto-shipping program where you will be charged an extortionate amount every month thereafter.
These auto-ship companies are often difficult to cancel and can result in people losing hundreds of pounds.
Advanced Ketone Plus is offered as a trial, but does that automatically mean that it is a scam. Lets find out ourselves shall we?
What does Advanced Ketone Plus claim?
The following claims are made on the Advanced Ketone Plus website:
- Lose your cravings
- Burn stored fat
- Retain muscle mass
- Stop feeling hungry
- Eat less, feel better
Before we can say whether these claims are accurate we will need to look at what ingredients are present in the formula and at what dosages.
Advanced Ketone Plus ingredients
Advanced Ketone Plus contains Raspberry Ketones, Caffeine, Green Tea, Apple Cider, Kelp and Grapefruit.
Unfortunately there is no mention at all of any dosages or whether there are any filler ingredients included.
Therefore there is no way of verifying the claims made by Advanced Ketone Plus.
Each of these ingredients have been shown to help with the slimming process so it is a shame that the dosages have not been included.
Price of Advanced Ketone Plus
As with the ingredients there is no mention of the price on the homepage of Advanced Ketone Plus.
It is only when you look at their terms and conditions that you will realise the full horror of signing up to its trial.
Upon signing up you will be charged £4.95 to cover the cost of postage.
Then after the initial 14 day trial period you will be charged £94.97. With subsequent payments of the same amount, plus postage every month thereafter until cancelled.
Not only is this an extortionate amount, but unless you read the terms and conditions thoroughly it will be easy to miss the true cost of this trial.
Is Advanced Ketone Plus a scam?
The method in which Advanced Ketone Plus gets your money is certainly underhanded and will undoubtedly lead to claims that it is a scam.
They are covering themselves legally through their terms and conditions, but this does not change the fact that they are essentially tricking you into signing up for an expensive product that may not work.
In our opinion trial offers of diet products should be avoided. Of course they seem tempting, but please read any terms and conditions before you hand over your payment information.
How to contact Advanced Ketone Plus?
If you have been unfortunate enough to sign up for the trial of Advanced Ketone Plus and wish to cancel then you can send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, there is also a phone number 0844 770 7435
Their address is:
Inter Nutra LTD
D11 Glyme Court
Oxford Office Village
Although the address for returns is very similar to other auto-shipping scams we have reviewed in the past:
PO Box 13511
Please make sure you phone or email before you send your trial bottle back as you will require an RMA.
We would love to hear from you if you have signed up to this trial, please leave a comment below.
You may also want to read the following guide that may help you to get a refund.
The following video could help you get a refund too:
Proven alternative to Advanced Ketone Plus
If you are still looking for a Raspberry Ketone supplement but do not want to sign up for any auto-ship program then the best alternative is Raspberry Ketone Plus.
Made using the recommended daily amount of Raspberry Ketones, this supplement is considerably cheaper at £19.95 for a months supply.