Since its first appearance on the Dr Oz Show sales of supplements containing Raspberry Ketones have exploded.
Unfortunately despite being shown to burn fat there are still people who are unhappy with their purchases.
The reason for this is that they have signed up for a trial of a supplement and have unwittingly signed up for an auto-ship program.
These kind of online scam are extremely common and in some cases people have lost hundreds of pounds.
Raspberry Ketone Max is another Raspberry Ketone supplement available as a trial, but does this mean that it is a scam?
We would need to look at its ingredients and how much it really costs before we can come to our conclusion.
Claims made by Raspberry Ketone Max
The following claims have been made on the Raspberry Ketone Max website:
- Lose your cravings
- Burn stored fat
- Retain muscle mass
As you can imagine you will see similar claims made online by other products. They are standard claims, but unless we look at the ingredients used in this supplement then there is no way to verify them.
Ingredients of Raspberry Ketone Max
Raspberry Ketone Max contains Raspberry Ketones, Green Tea extract, Caffeine, Apple Cider Vinegar, Kelp and Grapefruit extract.
These have all been shown to aid slimming and as the dosages of these ingredients are listed you can see that using this supplement alongside a healthy diet and exercise regime should help see results.
Price of Raspberry Ketone Max
The cost of the 14-day Raspberry Ketone Max trial is £4.95, which is designed to entice people to sign up.
Once the trial concludes the true cost of Raspberry Ketone Max will become apparent with a charge of £95 being made to your account.
You will continue to be charged £99.95 each month thereafter until you cancel your membership.
Is Raspberry Ketone Max a scam?
Although the price of Raspberry Ketone Max is available to view in their terms and conditions very few people will actually read them, which will lead to calls that this particular supplement is a scam.
Even if you cancel your membership before the 14-day period has ended you are still going to be charged to send the product back along with a 20% restocking fee.
Either way you will be out of pocket, which in the present financial climate can put a huge strain on your finances.
How to contact Raspberry Ketone Max?
To cancel your membership to the Raspberry Ketone Max auto-ship program you should call (0)20 3014 4022 or email them at email@example.com
The address for returns is as follows:
Advanced Labs Ltd
PO Box 13511
If you have been unfortunate enough to have signed up for the Raspberry Ketone Max trial then we would love to hear your experiences. Please leave a comment below.
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Alternative to Raspberry Ketone Max
There is one Raspberry Ketone supplement that is recommended more than any other, Raspberry Ketone Plus.
This supplement contains the recommended daily amount of Raspberry Ketone and is sold online by Evolution Slimming for £19.95, which as you can see is considerably cheaper than Raspberry Ketone Max.