Ever since its first appearance on the Dr Oz Show, sales of supplements containing Garcinia Cambogia have continued to grow.
Unfortunately despite being proven to burn fat there are a growing number of people who are unhappy with their purchases.
Many of these people have been caught up by an auto ship scam, whereby they will sign up for a seemingly low cost trial, but in reality are going to be charged an excessive amount.
These schemes will continue to send packages each month along with a hefty bill until cancelled so no wonder people are upset.
Pure Cambogia Ultra caught my eye after coming across a fake news website advertising it as their recommended product.
This is not the first time this tactic has been used as previously both Acai Berry and Raspberry Ketone supplements have sold using the same technique.
A simple search for ‘Julia Miller newsreader’ on Google will reveal this scam in full.
Let us look at Pure Cambogia Ultra in more detail to see what else is wrong with this supplement.
Claims made by Pure Cambogia Ultra?
The following claims have been made on the Pure Cambogia Ultra website:
- Stop fat from being made
- Suppresses appetite
- Stops emotional eating
If the ingredients of Pure Cambogia Ultra are the proper amounts then these claims are realistic.
We would need to look at the ingredients used though before we could verify them.
Pure Cambogia Ultra ingredients
Although mentioning that the supplement contains 60% hydroxycitric acid and is made from all natural ingredients there does not seem to be any mention of the amount of Garcinia Cambogia present in the formula.
It does mention that the recommended dosage is 1000 mg before each meal but not that it contains that amount.
Cost of Pure Cambogia Ultra
There is no mention of the cost of Pure Cambogia Ultra anywhere on the homepage or terms and conditions.
To access this information you will need to fill out the ‘where to send your package’ box.
This is a worry as you would expect to see the price before you give away your important information. Perhaps this is a way to sell to you later.
Once you fill out the form you will see that prices for Pure Cambogia Ultra start at £30.95 for 1 bottle, which sounds reasonable enough.
Is Pure Cambogia Ultra a scam?
It is difficult to say whether Pure Cambogia Ultra is a scam or not, the fake news website I found the advertisement on has certainly been used in the past to advertise other scam products so I would be wary about giving away your personal information.
The lack of ingredient information is also a worry, and while the price of the supplement sounds reasonable why is this information not available to you on the homepage?
All in all Pure Cambogia Ultra is perhaps best avoided.
How to contact Pure Cambogia Ultra?
You can contact Pure Cambogia Ultra using the following information:
Phone: +44 (0)870 820 0364
Returns should be sent to:
Attn: Returns Department P.O. Box 13583, Linlithgow, West Lothian, EH49 9AP, UK
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Alternative to Pure Cambogia Ultra
Garcinia Pure is a supplement that contains 1000 mg of Garcinia Cambogia (60% HCA) in each capsule for just £39.99, which is a little bit more expensive than Pure Cambogia Ultra.
This price however only serves to highlight how good the quality of this supplement is.
Unlike Pure Cambogia Ultra though all prices can be seen beforehand and dubious sales tactics are not used.