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Mizulean scam report

Mizulean scam report

Even when diet pills have been exposed as being a scam they don’t always fade away into the distance. Some products such as Mizulean have been reported as being as scam as long ago as 2012 yet continue to sell their product.

How can they get away with it? Or are the reports false. Lets look at Mizulean in more detail to see if it really is a scam.

Benefits of Mizulean

The following benefits have been claimed on the Mizulean website:

  • Lose weight and gain energy
  • Safe and effective weight loss
  • Reduced body fat
  • Reduced appetite

These claims seem reasonable and avoid using ridiculous numbers to sell their product. Often you will see claims that using a diet pill will help you lose 20 pounds in just 2 weeks, which as you can tell is frankly unbelievable.

Before we can verify the claims however we would need to look at what ingredients are found in the Mizulean formula.

Ingredients of Mizulean

Although Mizulean lists Propolmannan in its formula it also says that its formula is a ‘proprietary blend’, which means that it contains the ingredient but is not willing to disclose how much.

Propolmannan itself can help to bind fat from the food you eat, which in turn can help with your weight loss efforts therefore if Mizulean contains enough of this ingredient you may lose weight, especially if used alongside a healthy diet with regular exercise.

Cost of Mizulean

At the present time there are 3 different packages you can choose from, 2 involve paying for the product upfront (£69.99 for 1 bottle or £139.98 for 2 bottles with 1 free).

The option that seems to have caused the controversy is the 14 day trial option as signing up for it also means that you have chosen to sign up for an auto ship program.

This means that you will initially pay the cost of the postage, but after the 14 day trial has elapsed you will be charged the full price.

Choosing this option also means that every month you will receive another package of Mizulean along with a bill.

Is Mizulean a scam?

Although overpriced Mizulean does not seem to be a scam. What seems to be happening is that people are signing up for the ‘free’ trial wrongly believing that they only have to pay the postage costs.

When further packages arrive with the hefty price tag the only option available is to claim that Mizulean is a scam.

Due to a lack of information and the high cost of the diet pill I find it hard to recommend Mizulean, however I would not go as far as calling it a scam.

Contact details for Mizulean

You can contact Mizulean either by phone on +44 (0) 20-3514-9445 or by email on info@mizulean.com

Their postal address is:

Mizulean
Suite 7, Peel House
30 The Downs, Altrincham
Cheshire WA142PX
ENGLAND

If you have tried this product we would love to hear from you.

The following video could help you get a refund too:

Alternative to Mizulean

A clinically proven alternative to Mizulean is Proactol XS, which is also a fat binder.

Proactol XS contains an ingredient that can bind up to 800 times its own weight, therefore helping you to reach your weight loss goals, particularly when used in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle.

Click here to read our review of Proactol XS

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