Is Max Garcinia Burn a scam?

Is Max Garcinia Burn a scam?

When it comes to supplements Garcinia Cambogia is one of the most popular at present thanks to its appearance on the Dr Oz Show.

No wonder really as during its appearance it was shown to help with your weight loss efforts.

Unfortunately despite its undoubted qualities there are still some supplements that are best avoided.

For example those that want you to sign up for an auto-ship program, such as Max Garcinia Burn for example.

Auto-ship programs are often tempting as they enable you to try a supplement seemingly without risk.

However, as many people fail to read the terms and conditions are in for a shock once they receive their bank statement and find that they have been charged in some cases hundreds of pounds.

Lets look at Max Garcinia Burn in a little more detail to see if it has any redeeming qualities.

Claims made by Max Garcinia Burn?

All the claims made by Max Garcinia Burn are typical of those made by other Garcinia Cambogia supplements:

  • To help stop fat production
  • Suppress your appetite
  • Boost serotonin levels, help to fight emotional eating

Ingredients of Max Garcinia Burn?

Max Garcinia Burn is said to contain 800 mg of Garcinia Cambogia and 60% HCA. They claim that no fillers or binders have been added to the formula.

Price of Max Garcinia Burn?

Although Max Garcinia Burn is offering a ‘free’ trial, this is not strictly true as there is a small charge ($2.95) for shipping and handling.

The trial itself is for 14 days, and at the conclusion of this period you will be charged $79, which will continue each month until you cancel.

Not only is $79 too much to be paying but there have been reports that people are continuing to be charged after they have cancelled any future orders.

Is Max Garcinia Burn a scam?

The ingredients of Max Garcinia Burn are certainly impressive and meet the recommended stated dosages for Garcinia Cambogia, unfortunately the price of this supplement and the fact that it is an auto-ship program makes it impossible to recommend.

A little search online will show countless reports of people who have signed up and subsequently lost money with this supplement, even after cancellation of their contract.

How to contact Max Garcinia Burn?

You can contact Max Garcinia Burn either by phone on (855) 847-8511 or email (support@maxgarciniaburn.com).

Returns can be sent to (you will require an RMA beforehand):

Online Consulting Group LLC
PO Box 912644
St George UT 84791

The following video could help you get a refund too:

Which Garcinia Cambogia supplement is recommended?

Although there are various Garcinia Cambogia supplements available to buy online, there is one that stands out above the rest.

Garcinia Pure is a Garcinia Cambogia supplement that contains 60% HCA, with each dosage containing the recommended daily allowance of 1000 mg.

A months supply will cost you £39.99 ($62), which is considerably cheaper than Max Garcinia Burn. Plus you will not need to sign up for any auto-ship program.

Click here to read our review of Garcinia Pure

17 comments on "Is Max Garcinia Burn a scam?"
  1. I have got the trial capsules for the cleanse and the burn and paid the delivery of £2.99 each just found out they have also taken another £97.99 for the burn and £89.99 for the cleanse why is this

    • You have to cancel out, they think you are a subscriber. I bought the 5 dollar bottle and then started getting billed 90 dollars for two more months then I caught it and cancelled.

  2. How do i cancel?. I have been charged $359.97! :O was only suppose to be shipping costs on a trial.. How does that work!!

    • Well, I just got billed and found out this was also on contract. I called and instead of canceling my subscription he said that I would still be billed and give me a reduced rate of 25% and as we continued the discussion he went down to 50%. I still wasn’t able to cancel the subscription so being Sunday I will put a hold on this with my bank and fight it out from there in court. I won’t put up with the h#@!%s#$% that I just went through with that guy again!

      • Nothing but a scam to rob you of your money. They pose it as a $4.95 free trial, and then continue to draft your credit card 2 weeks later for $79.95. Then they give you shit and an attitude when you call to cancel. They refused to give me an address to return this unopened bottle to for a refund. Capitol One, thank God, caught it as an unauthorized charge and notified me. So at least I was able to cancel before too much damage done. DO NOT BUY FROM THESE THIEVES AND CON MEN!

    • I
      I want to stop my membership with you.
      Don’t want to receive any more pills,
      please send me a conf.# of my cancelled
      account for Garcinia Burn.

      Eva Klus

  3. I ordered this crap that doesn’t work and was told that if I went to the better business bureau they would charge me 79 more dollars this is a scam and im taking this stuff to my Dr to send off and have annualized.

    • This is such a scam. I am 73 years old, ordered the “free” bottles…later was charged $178 , I am on social security and the charge over drew my account. First time ever overdrawn ! After several futile attempts to talk to reps (who by the way you can’t even understand), it’s an impossible task. No where did I ever see there would be that type of charge on my account. Horrible scam ! Don’t understand how these places can get away with this type of robbery ! I am so mad…there is no way to fight this ! Have reported to BBB, FTC and AARP, but don’t really expect any help. My husband is infuriated that I would fall for something like this ! How can they be allowed to conduct a business like this ?

  4. Oh boy people what a scam and to think Dr Oz is recommending this product bill him

  5. What a scam. Phone numbers don’t work to cancel but 866_877-8323 does work. Cancel or better yet don’t ever order. Product has fillers and very low garcinia.

  6. Got scammed too! When I called to see why I was charged $69.95 two weeks after paying the $4.95 the girl was rude and yelled at me. She said I didn’t “call to cancel in the 14 day trial”. I told her I read every single line, there was NOTHING about a call to cancel or you will be charged. It is a scam. I cancelled my debit card. I am calling the BBB now to report and also going to my bank to file paperwork for the fraud. Please do not buy Garcinia Burn Miami, Fl 1-866-877-8323!!!!!

  7. this crap is a total scam the phone numbers don’t work and when you do try to call all you get is no known number found! I’d try emailing them or just going straight to the fcc on their asses! if your product works so well why are you hiding behind phoney numbers? man up to the fact that you son of a bit he’s are scamming people out of their money left and right!

  8. I cant believe I trusted these DEVILS. I have been trying to reach them on the phone for over an hour now . I checked for the fine print to make sure I was not charged extra, and sure as SHIT, they charged my account $79.95. This could not have happened at a worse time.

  9. I know better than to fall for scams, but when you’re tired and not in the right state of mind, you let your guard down and make stupid choices!!

    I ordered 1 product. My order confirmation page only showed the 1 charge, yet email confirmation and my credit card showed 2 charges for different products. I called and after being given the run around I was flat out told “no” they wouldn’t cancel my order, that I couldn’t cancel until day 12. Excuse me? I want to cancel NOW! Again told no and they hung up on me!

    Filing with the BBB will not do anything! File a complaint at ftc.gov The federal trade commission can file charges. The BBB can only note that a consumer complained.

    Be sure to report this to your credit card/bank too and have them issue you new account numbers so your old ones can’t continue to be charged.

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