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Is Garcinia HCA Premium another auto-ship scam?

Is Garcinia HCA Premium another auto-ship scam?

After its appearance on the Dr Oz Show sales of supplements containing Garcinia Cambogia have exploded with everyone wanting to see how this fruit can help with their weight problems.

Unfortunately as with any ingredient reviewed by this famous doctor there will be those companies looking to exploit its popularity.

One of the more common methods to scam people is by offering products on a trial. Where you will only be paying a small amount just to cover the postage.

What many people are unaware of though is that once they sign up to this trial they will be signing up to an auto-ship program whereby they will be sent a new package of pills every month along with an extortionate bill.

Garcinia HCA Premium offers their Garcinia Cambogia supplement as a trial, but does that automatically mean that it is a scam? Lets find out shall we?

Claims made by Garcinia HCA Premium?

Garcinia HCA Premium makes the following claims:

  • To stop fat from being made
  • To suppress your appetite
  • To increase serotonin levels (for emotional eating)

What are the ingredients of Garcinia HCA Premium?

Garcinia HCA Premium is said to contain 60% HCA, with every dose containing between 500 mg and 1000 mg of Garcinia Cambogia.

So far everything seems legitimate and undoubtedly many people will sign up for the ‘free bottle.

How much does Garcinia HCA Premium cost?

After reading the terms and conditions of Garcinia HCA Premium you start to realise that maybe signing up for this trial is not such a good idea.

For a start despite claiming to be free there is a charge of between $7.95 and $9.95 for postage within the USA and Canada. For customers outside of the US/Canada there is a $19.95 (around £12) charge.

This is just the start of the problem however, as after the initial 14 day trial period you will be charged between $94.95 (around £58) and $114.90 (around £70) every month thereafter. Now that is simply too much.

Is Garcinia HCA Premium a scam?

Although what Garcinia HCA Premium is not illegal (they are based in the USA) it is unethical to make their money in such a way.

The ingredients listed meet the recommended daily allowance, it is just a shame that they use auto-shipping to dupe people out of their hard earned money.

How can you contact Garcinia HCA Premium?

At the time of writing there was no mention of any address or phone call present on their website only a ‘live chat’ option (that was offline), a ‘contact us’ form and an email address support@garciniapremiumhealth.com.

This is again a red flag that should make you think twice about giving away your contact details.

The following video could help you get a refund too:

Is there a recommended alternative?

If you are looking for a quality Garcinia Cambogia supplement that will not break the bank then Garcinia Pure is our recommendation.

This supplement also contains 60% HCA and every dose will contain 1000 mg of Garcinia Cambogia per capsule.

Best of all this supplement is considerably cheaper than Garcinia HCA Premium at only £39.99 ($62), and you will never need to sign up for an auto-ship program.

Click here to read our review of Garcinia Pure

7 comments on "Is Garcinia HCA Premium another auto-ship scam?"
  1. I just bought it a few hours ago and am just now seeing that it is a scam.. any advice on how to take myself off the auto-ship?

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      • You can contact 1-503-205-2298, the company name is Lighthouse Services Inc.

        They said you can return unopened sealed items at a 25% restocking fee or they will discount the bottles you already have at 70% and you don’t return them.

        I never got an email from them so I didn’t even know the order went through. They said the emails go to spam and that is why so many people are having problems with the auto ship…yeah, right!

        I have also frozen my credit card so they can’t charge any more right now just to see if they really do process a refund and stop the auto ship. Good luck!

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    • there is money being taken out of my account after i tried the free trial, its pending right now. and its really badly messing up my bank account ): if there is anything i can do to stop it please telll me ):

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  2. I ordered this product on a one time trial at $4.95. I did not receive a receipt, therefore would not have known of any auto ship. I only authorized the $4.95 and did not authorize any additional charges.

    I would like to know how to return this product because I didn’t order it and don’t want to keep it. I am not responsible for any restock fee since I never ordered it.

    Reply
  3. The pot calling the kettle black! Ha Ha ha

    Reply
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