Since sales of Raspberry Ketone supplements exploded last year due to Dr Oz featuring its fat burning abilities there has been an increase in the number of auto-ship scams.
These scams involve you signing up for a trial period for a small payment to cover the postage.
However what many people have discovered to their cost is that once you give away your information you will be signed up for a scheme where you will be continuously sent the supplement monthly, with a hefty charge to go with it.
These auto-ship scams are often incredibly difficult to cancel, with many reports online that despite cancelling their membership are still being charged.
One supplement that uses auto-shipping is Nutriberry Slim, which has a growing number of complaints from people who feel that they have been scammed.
What are the claims made by Nutriberry Slim?
The claims made by Nutriberry Slim are typical of any Raspberry Ketone, they include:
- The ability to burn stored fat
- Lose those food cravings
- Retain muscle mass
Nutriberry Slim ingredients
There is no mention of the amounts of its ingredients on the homepage of its website, however with a little search you will see that Nutriberry Slim contains 200 mg of both Acai Berry and Green Coffee and 100 mg of Raspberry Ketone.
This sounds promising as this dosages are the recommended daily amounts. So what is the problem with Nutriberry Slim?
Price of Nutriberry Slim?
When you look at the terms and conditions of Nutriberry Slim you will see why so many people feel like they are being scammed.
Once you sign up for the ‘trial’ you will be charged £4.95 (non-refundable), which will allow you 14 days to try the product.
What many people fail to realise is that signing up for this trial means you are also saying that you are willing to pay £84.99 every month for this product.
Now £84.99 is too much to pay for a supplement, even if it may prove to be effective.
How to avoid being scammed by these auto-ship programs?
The simple answer to this is not to sign up in the first place. These auto-ship programs are enticing as they seem to be offering you the opportunity to try a product for a small amount of money.
In reality 14 days is not long enough to see if a supplement actually works, and you may be stuck paying a monthly fee without even realising.
How to contact Nutriberry Slim?
If you have signed up for a trial of Nutriberry Slim and wish to cancel then you can phone them on: +44 (0) 20 3281 1046
You can also email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally all returns should be sent to (please ensure you phone for an RMA before sending):
Healthy Essentials ltd
Mill Road Industrial Estate
To confuse you that little bit more Nutriberry Slim have the following contact details too:
Phone: (0845) 528 1163
Healthy Essentials ltd
D11 Glyme Court,
Oxford Office Village
Langford Lane Kidlinton,
If you have tried this product then please leave a comment below, we would love to hear about your experiences.
The following video could help you get a refund too:
Proven alternative to Nutriberry Slim
If you want to avoid being ripped off by an auto-ship scam but are still looking for a proven Raspberry Ketone supplement then the one sold online by Evolution Slimming is our number one choice.
This supplement is made from the recommended daily amount of Raspberry Ketones (200 mg) and will cost £19.95 for a months supply, which as you can plainly see is a much cheaper alternative to Nutriberry Slim.