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Garcinia GCB SCAM Report

Garcinia GCB SCAM Report

Do you “want to burn fat quicker and more efficiently”? If you do then perhaps Garcinia GCB would be the answer.

Before you rush into signing up for this trial offer, perhaps you should read on a little further to see if this offer is as good as it appears.

Trial offers such as this are often a disappointment once you look at them in a little more detail.

Claimed benefits of Garcinia GCB

Garcinia GCB has made the following claims on its website:

  • Suppresses your appetite
  • Increases serotonin levels for emotional eaters
  • Helps slow fat production

While you may be impressed with these claims you should always look to see if there is any proof to back them up.

I would always suggest you look to see what ingredients a supplement contains before trying it.

Ingredients of Garcinia GCB

Garcinia GCB is made using a combination of both Green Coffee Bean and Garcinia Cambogia, which is good.

What is less good is the lack of information present on its percentages of chlorogenic and hydroxycitric acid, which makes it impossible to say just how effective this supplement truly is.

Both ingredients have been shown to aid slimming, but this percentage is important for saying just how effective it could be.

Price of Garcinia GCB

The biggest issue with Garcinia GCB is its cost, which is likely to shock you once you realise just how much it will cost you.

When you sign up there is a £2 shipping and handling charge, then just 14 days from your initial sign up another charge will be made to your account. This time for a quite unbelievable amount (£79.95).

As with most trial offers we have reviewed this is not the end of the charges either as every month thereafter further deliveries and charges will be made as Garcinia GCB is an auto-ship program.

Is Garcinia GCB a scam?

Garcinia GCB is not doing anything illegal, but this will not make you feel any better once your bill is received.

They have indicated their pricing structure in their terms and conditions but you must admit that very few people will spend the time reading this before sign up.

It will be these people who will undoubtedly call Garcinia GCB a scam.

How to cancel the Garcinia GCB trial?

To cancel the Garcinia GCB trial you will need to contact them before the 14 day trial has concluded, the following contact information should be used:

Telephone: 0800 288 9520
Email: info@garciniagcb.com

If you have signed up for this offer and wish to leave your own review then please do so below by filling in our comment form.

The following video could help you get a refund too:

Alternative to Garcinia GCB

If you are looking for an alternative to Garcinia GCB then I would suggest you take a look at Garcinia Pure that is available to buy online from the Evolution Slimming website.

While it does not contain any Green Coffee Bean, it does contain 1,000 mg of Garcinia Cambogia with the recommended amount of hydroxycitric acid (60% HCA). This means that this supplement will certainly aid your own efforts.

This supplement is considerably cheaper at £39.99 ($60) for a months supply, and as it is not available for trial there is no hidden or repeat charges to worry about.

Click here to read our review of Garcinia Pure

12 comments on "Garcinia GCB SCAM Report"
  1. I unfortunately ordered these then saw a review and subsequently read the small print! I rang them up on their cancellation number to be told you cannot cancel, there is nothing I can do about it and they can take my money whenever they want. After this conversation I spoke to my bank who have put things in place to stop them taking my money and it has been logged with the police fraud squad. This company needs to be shut down, not only for being less than forthcoming but for the worst customer service and the fact that their call agents are allowed to tell you they can take your money whenever they want.

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    • Were you able to get through to the customer service number easily? As I have tried so many times but it just ends the call and I am going out of my mind now trying to cancel any more money being taken….Thank you x

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      • Same happen here. I believe if you call once from a number they block it therefore the above happens and your never able to get through. Try calling of a different number it works

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  2. If somebody could help me please do I was stupid enough to give my card details and received the free trial only then did I learn about the ongoing payments which I have tried to cancel. I have sent e mails and called the number provided a million times but it does not work. I called my bank who cannot do anything until they take money! I have no idea what to do now

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    • just get your bank to block it, worse that can happen is they get annoyed and not your money, and send anything back if you got a address or just keep it safe and you can say you’d rea;;y like to return if but they block your calls or refused to.

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    • I suggest the best thing to do in this case is call your bank and yell them you need a new card issued as you have either lost yours or it was set up for a ccp (continuous card payment)they will then issue a new card with different numbers on it and the old one will be cancelled,as such they will no longer be allowed to take a payment as the card no longer exists.if they are taking it by direct debit then cancel it with your bank also.I’ve been sucked into scams like this before and this is the way I dealt with it.may be worth sending an email to them stating you wish to cancel your contract with theme and keep a copy of all correspondence. Hope this helps.it will save you alot of money !!

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  3. Garcinia gcb have so many differently named sites and addresses.
    I also was caught out with their scam. Although their main website is clear on the terms and conditions, the web pages I used were not. In fact parts were not accessible at all. I was lead from a women’s magazine site.
    I immediately stopped my card. No further continuous payments can now be taken. Surprisingly I did get an answer, eventually, on telephone no. 0800 288 9520 customer services to GS Labs Ltd. I cancelled all accounts they had opened up for me! I was offered half the money back on the latest dispatch that I had not received at the time of the phone call and assured of cancellation emails. I have received the half money back but not the email. I have sent emails confirming the phone call to cs@ all the following truelossdiet.com pureslimming.com and garciniagcb.com
    My bank are pursuing refunds. I am today returning all products recorded delivery requesting a refund. I have spoken to CAB and will be pushing through trading standards and action fraud (police). Good luck to all those fought out.

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  4. The last 2 words of my last message should have read ‘caught out’ not ‘fought out’. Must have been the thoughts of a battle on my hands! I really can’t afford the loss of money either but the damage to our health…..anxiety etc…… is probably greater. What a sad world we live in? Please keep smiling……..what goes around comes around.

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    • ive just been scammed by these I managed to get through to speak to someone with total attitude, have any of you people got your money back ? is there anything I can do please

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  5. Same here the woman had attitude and refused to accept cancellation. She refused to give her name or transfer me to the most senior person in charge. Also claimed that a confirmation email was sent – so not true.

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  6. Luckily I used an old little used credit card with a small credit limit, as I was not comfortable about giving my debit card details. When I discovered how difficult it was to cancel, I simply cancelled the card and got a new one sent out to me with a different number. It is almost 2 months now and I do not appear to have been charged again. Fingers xxxx.
    Ps sold the capsules on eBay for a profit too!!

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  7. I too I too ordered the garcinia and the colon cleanse, i was just browsing online to check how safe they were and came across this very clever scam, i rang them straight away and was told that it is a 14 day free trial, after that you either have to send back the remaining tablets (from the 60 that were sent) or you will be charged £79.95. Nothing of this was mentioned in the initial advert or in any emails. I asked for their sort code details saying i was notifying my bank to block them from trying to take any money out, he however gave me a return address and sent an email confirming my account with them has been stopped. If i had not read this web page i would have not known about this scam, i also told him i will be reporting it to the police for fraud

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