Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 SCAM report

Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 SCAM report

Every week it seems that a new Garcinia Cambogia supplement is produced, yet very few are recommended. Why you may ask?

Well, despite being shown to aid your own weight loss efforts lots of these supplements end up costing a lot more than you originally thought, with some not containing enough Garcinia Cambogia to even be effective.

In this review we are going to look at Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300, which is available as a trial that in the past has been a front for various scams.

We will look at the ingredients found in Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 and its true cost before concluding whether we believe it to be worth trying or whether it should be avoided at all costs.

Claimed benefits of Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300

Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 has made the following claims on their website:

  • Helps stop fat production
  • Suppresses your appetite
  • Increase serotonin levels, help reduce emotional eating

Whether these claims are to believed is a question that needs answering. Yet the only way we can answer this question is by looking at what ingredients have been used in this supplement.

Ingredients of Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300

Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 contains 800 mg of Garcinia Cambogia with 60% HCA. Meaning you are likely to experience weight loss while using this supplement, especially when used alongside your own efforts.

There are some supplements available with a higher amount of Garcinia Cambogia that will obviously be more effective, however if Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 is more affordable then this may swing the balance in their favour.

Cost of Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300

The cost of Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 is likely to be more than you bargained, as you have probably noticed it is available on trial, yet it is not a free trial as there are various payments to be made along the way.

To start the trial there is a small $3.99 postage charge, however this only covers a period of 14 days. After which you will be charged the full purchase price of $89.99, that is unless you have managed to cancel your membership within the allotted time period.

Whats more is that signing up to this trial offer also allows the manufacturer (ClearlyFit Labs) to send further monthly packages, along with the hefty charge.

Is Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 a scam?

While Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 does contain a good amount of Garcinia Cambogia it is impossible to recommend due to its high cost and its use of auto-shipping.

There are various alternatives available that are much more affordable that contain higher levels of this proven weight loss ingredient.

Contact details for Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300

You can contact Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 using the following contact details:

Phone: 1-877-878-0926
Email: service@clearlyfit.com

If you have signed up for this trial offer then we would love to hear from you. Please leave us a message below.

The following video could help you get a refund too:

Alternative to Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300

An alternative to Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 and our recommendation would be Garcinia Pure as this supplements contains a massive 1000 mg of Garcinia Cambogia (60% HCA), yet costs just a fraction of the price.

A months supply will cost $62, which is considerably less and you wont ever have to sign up for an auto-ship program or trial.

Click here to read our review of Garcinia Pure

15 comments on "Garcinia Cambogia Fit 1300 SCAM report"
  1. Hi! I’m from Puerto Rico and I ordered these pills for a friend that asked me to buy them for me but yesterday, they charged me $90 in my bank account for this product when they said it was a free trial and not once they told or write they were going to charge few weeks later more money. How can I cancel my sign up memebership if I can’t even find the website again…. This is fraud and I want my money $90 back. It is unfair and it’s most certainly a scam.

    • They post at the bottom of those trial sites that they will charge about $89.97 after the trial ends. It iis a scam because as you refresh the page things keep changing. One time shipping was $4.95 and then it became $3.75 just to get someone to purchase it. The quantity that they have left also increases as you refresh the page and people comments on there I assume are fake as well since the most recent comments are always within 15min ago.

  2. I don’t like my stomach

  3. Scam
    I ordered, received and canceled within 14 days as noted on the website. I told them I would authorize no further transactions on my credit card and anything else would be considered fraud. They told me that I could extend the trial, pay a discount of $29, send it back or pay full price to keep. I said I would send back the bottle, which by the way, wasn’t stated on the website as a requirement…I have to pay shipping though, then the guy came back and told me I could keep the bottle for $9. Then he said I had 30 days to return it… so I would continue using the product and return within 30 days… wouldn’t that be extending the 14 day trial? SCAM SCAM SCAM I called him out on it… how many different prices was he going to give me for this product, I asked? He said he misunderstood, bunch of bull. I’m going to “lose” my credit card and get a new number just in case they decide to try to charge me again.

  4. I ordered min on May 7th 2015 and after I read all the comments, I called and canceled my order. They told me they will not refund my shipping cost on the item and that if I get the item to write return to sender!! Wow. If you order this, yes its a free trial, if you cancel please return the bottle. They will charge you for the other half… Found the same thing at Walmart for $35. If you ordered. Cancel the order its not worth it. Rather be out $5.00 then $89

  5. I just realized i was charged 89 per bottle. I got the garcinia and cleanse together. So i have almost 200 charged on me. Its ridiculous. No where on the site did it say it was a 14 day trial. total scam. Im very upset. Really wish i would have never tried this free trial. they better refund my money back. And take back their bottles.

    • you are right, the customer service guy I just spoke with said the monthly billing is in the terms and conditions in the CHECK OUT, not on the site

  6. I signed up for both today and should’ve done more research first. Didn’t listen to that voice telling me no, don’t do it! After seeing so many more negative reviews than positive ones I just called them up to cancel. They were very rude and snarky while saying “geez I’m sorry you won’t give our product a try.” I told her straight up I’ve been a victim of scams like this and don’t even want to get involved and to just cancel my orders. I made her confirm with me that she was canceling the orders and asked her to repeat each of the amounts that were already pending to my credit card, and that they would not charge me these amounts, since they “record calls for quality purposes.” I pray to God I don’t start seeing random charges or I’m filing a fraud alert and getting a new card issued so fast. She tried telling me that all products online are going to be the same way with the free trials, etc. I just don’t have the time and energy to deal with the frustration of free trial hoaxes and rude customer service call centers.

  7. I can not get a hold of any office and keep getting a voice machine that constantly keeps me on hold for an hour. Im so worried! How can I cancel my order if no one will answer the phone.

  8. I ordered this “free trial” which was a 14 day trial. I was billed 89.99 two days ago and I finally got through to someone today. I told him this was a free trial and that I did not know i was going to be billed, he said when you are checking out it is in the terms. This should be put on the site. I always read the site for this. I asked if this item was shipped yet and he said no. I said do NOT ship it, i do not want it and that i want it cancelled. He said there is a cancellation fee and asked me for the code on my card. I said absolutely not, you will not charge me for this. He said ok i will waive this fee. I said so you are refunding me the 89.99 and he said no. I said you havent even shipped it yet. I will file a dispute with my card. Oh he then tried to tell me that the 89.99 was for the first shipment. I said the only shipment I got was the free trial. He said yes its free for the first 14 days and you got a 30 day supply, I said no you just said that the 30 day did not ship yet. Do not order from this site. Its horrible and a scam

  9. I got my pills but i used a pre paid card..i only put $10 on it..so I’m glad i didn’t use my bank card..but does the pills work??

  10. I did the same as every one else did. Your right it never said any thing about 14 days. I called them and they said they could not cancel the order and I had to pay the full price. I of course had a fit. I was so angry. I called my credit card company and it took them almost 3 weeks but they got my money back and they said they were getting a lot of cases like mine. Yes it is a scam, And half the time I couldn’t understand them their accent was so thick. If they are going to cheat you they should have some one to talk to that can speak English with the accent.

  11. I paid $4.95 for one Garcia Cambogia fit that made me believe that it was truly working but obviously not I guess you have to take by continue buy more of them but it did not mention anything about $89 and when I seen that would they constantly was trying to take $89 out my account United kept saying declined declined declined because I use the cash card now I’m not I’m going to call them so they can stop trying to take money out of my account cuz I’m highly disappointed with the service highly disappointed charged me $89 For What from what trial supplement does it like it was supposed to do something right then and there you know you have to continue taking it bulshit

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