Over the past month or so we have seen an increase in the number of diet products being released all with a similar looking address; Linlithgow.
As well as their address one other thing is common amongst these products, each of them is made available with a trial that will lead to you signing up for an auto-ship program.
Reports from people who have signed up for these ‘trials’ have generally been negative with most saying how they have been charged the full amount before the end of the trial.
Obviously this will lead people to believe that these products are a scam.
One of the latest diet products to come out of Linlithgow is Cleanse Xtrem Power, a product that promises to help with your weight issues by giving your body a good detox.
Lets see if this product is effective or whether it should be avoided.
What are the claims made by Cleanse Xtrem Power?
- Help with flatulence and gas
- Reduce bloating and pain
- Eliminate bacteria build up
- Help with water retention
Basically taking Cleanse Xtrem Power is said to remove harmful food waste and toxins from your colon, which will ultimately result in weight loss.
What are the ingredients of Cleanse Xtrem Power?
Cleanse Xtrem Power is made from a proprietary blend of Aloe Vera, White cek (bark), Slippery Elm, Blue Vervain, Genfan, Psyllium, Senna and Goldenseal.
Now although many of these ingredients have the ability to detoxify the term proprietary blend is worrying as this means that it contains the ingredient but we have no idea how much.
Looking at the label there are a few filler ingredients and also a typo, which is also worrying.
The biggest worry is the use of Senna, as although it can relieve constipation and is often used to clear the bowel ready for a colonoscopy it is recommended that you do not take this particular ingredient for more than two weeks.
If you take it for a longer period of time then your bowel may stop functioning as it should.
How much does Cleanse Xtrem Power cost?
You can sign up for a 14-day trial of Cleanse Xtrem Power for £6.95, which is to cover the postage and packaging.
The problem is once you sign up for this trial you are also allowing them to charge you £89 at the end of the 14 days, with further charges of £95.95 every month thereafter.
Not only is this a simply ridiculous price to be paying, but if the reports online are to be believed then you may be charged before the end of the trial and continue to be charged long after you have cancelled.
Is Cleanse Xtrem Power a scam?
The use of auto-shipping is a notorious scam that many people unfortunately fall for time and again.
Cleanse Xtrem Power may contain ingredients that can give your body a detox but it certainly will come at a price that many of us simply cannot afford.
How to contact Cleanse Xtrem Power?
If you have signed up for this program and wish to cancel then you should phone the following number: 020 3014 4015
Cancellations are also said to allowed via email too: email@example.com
Finally their address is:
Spinzar Labs Ltd.
PO Box 13511,
How to avoid being scammed in future?
If you want to avoid getting scammed in the future then I would recommend simply not signing up to any trials.
The old saying is true, if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is.
We have written a short guide on how to get your money back if you feel that you have been scammed by diet pill. You can read it here.
The following video could help you get a refund too:
Alternative to Cleanse Xtrem Power
DetoxPlus is a proven alternative to Cleanse Xtrem Power. It contains proven ingredients and is much cheaper at just £19.95 for a months supply, with no need to sign up for any auto ship program.