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Ketone XL scam revealed

Ketone XL scam revealed

Ketone XL is the latest weight loss pill released to cash in on the current popularity of Raspberry Ketones.

As it is available as a trial does this automatically make it a scam? Lets find out for ourselves.

Claimed benefits of Ketone XL

The following claims have been made on the Ketone XL website:

  • Burn fat fast without exercising harder
  • No need to starve yourself
  • 24 hour fat burning
  • Body sculpting
  • Scientifically tested
  • No side effects

While these claims sound reasonable enough we would need to look at the ingredients found in this supplement before commenting further.

Ingredients found in Ketone XL

While it is pretty obvious that this supplement contains Raspberry Ketones there is no mention of dosages or any other ingredients used.

This is incredibly disappointing and makes me doubt any claims that have been made by Ketone XL.

It is important when looking to try a supplement that you know what it contains, otherwise how will you know how effective or safe it is?

Cost of Ketone XL

Like so many trial offers before it, it is not initially clear how much Ketone XL actually costs.

As a trial you may believe that it will be free, however this is not the case and very rarely is with trials.

To discover the cost of Ketone XL you will need to view the terms and conditions that you will find at the very bottom of the website.

When viewing the T&Cs you will soon discover the main reason why Ketone XL should be avoided.

While the initial cost is low (just £5.99 shipping) this quickly increases once the trial period concludes (£99.99).

To make matters worse as Ketone XL operates an auto-ship program you will be charged for the privilege of receiving future monthly packages that will continue until you manage to cancel your membership.

Is Ketone XL a scam?

Just like so many other supplements we have reviewed in the past Ketone XL is not recommended. The lack of ingredient information makes me doubt its claims while the supplement itself is overpriced.

To cap it all off its use of auto-shipping is never recommended by me.

Contact details for Ketone XL

Again, it is not clear how to contact Ketone XL as these details are hidden away in the terms and conditions.

However, with a little research I have discovered the following contact information:

Phone no: 3120 241 0973
Email: cancellations@ketonexl.com or support@ketonexl.com

If you have signed up for this trial offer please reply below with your experiences.

The following video could help you get a refund too:

Alternative to Ketone XL

If you want to buy an effective yet cost effective weight loss supplement then you should take a look at Raspberry Ketone Plus.

This supplement contains the correct dosage of Raspberry Ketones along with other proven fat burners.

You can buy Raspberry Ketone Plus online for £19.95 from the Evolution Slimming website without having to sign up for an auto-ship program or CPA offer.

Click here to read our review of Raspberry Ketone Plus

12 comments on "Ketone XL scam revealed"
  1. Please cancel my order as I did not receive and please credit my account as I do not wish to order product. Thanks Joan

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  2. I did sign up for this trial product and have had $113 deducted from my account 4 times in the last month even after asking them over 4 weeks ago using the above email address and phone number to cease all future orders. Certainly seems like a scam to me and have now had to resort to getting my bank to dispute these payments. Buyer beware!!

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  3. They do not answer emails and the phone number says it’s not connected. I am also trying to get my money back as it was debited before the 14day trial period. No luck so far!

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  4. This is a scam, I can’t believe I fell for this. I am having the same problem with Joan, Bec and Audrey, I am so angry. These people needs to make themselves accountable and reimburse our money.

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  5. Sadly I have been silly enough to `TRY` this product aswell !!! So far the amount of $109.99 has been debited twice and no way of stopping it !! It looks to be an interval of ten days… I feel such an idiot to have fallen for this FREE TRIAL !!!!! I am very upset as can not afford to loose this money…I have started proceedings with the bank and will go on to econsumer.gov in Australia and complain. will have to shut my account down and start afresh next banking day with the hope this will prevent further charges !!!! so sick of mankind ripping fellow humans of where ever, whenever and however !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙁

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  6. The phone number does not work from Australia !? I tried the Address and sent a few Mails. Now I am waiting again…

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    • I to got sucked in I did try to cancel subscription about 3 weeks ago when I found this page with obviously no success cause 109.99 was taken out today I’m not happy you can buy simuler products from the chemist

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  7. SCAM!
    I too, stupidly thought the ‘no risk’ trial would be be to try. Money was taken from my account before I received the product, then again the next month. No one replies to the email and the cancellation email bounces back and the phone number is disconnected.
    I have cancelled my bank account and will be reporting to the scam watch website. Expensive lesson to learn, but I don’t see getting my money back.
    Luckily I mentioned it to a friend who managed to cancel her account before the withdrawal.

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  8. A total scam , I am £400 down and currently taking legal advise. When calling them empty promises are made , emails are never sent as promised. Beware dont touch it with a barge pole
    I will not rest until I have received a refund and made everyone aware of what a nasty scam/company this is

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  9. SAMEAS ALL ABOVE DONT GET SUCKED IN ITS A SCAM

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