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Is Tru Burn Plus a scam?

Is Tru Burn Plus a scam?

In the past Saffron extract has been shown to aid your own weight loss efforts, most notably on the Dr Oz Show.

This has led to a rise in supplement such as Tru Burn Plus being manufactured to deal with the rising demand.

In this review we are going to look at Tru Burn Plus in more detail to see whether it is recommended or if it is like so many other trial offers and is actually a scam.

Claimed benefits of Tru Burn Plus

Tru Burn Plus have made the following claims on their website:

  • Stop fat production
  • Lose weight 3x faster
  • Boost your metabolism
  • Drop 2 sizes in 2 months
  • No side effects

Although Saffron has been shown to aid weight loss there is nothing to suggest that using it will result in you losing weight 3x faster than normal.

Weight loss will vary from person to person, as we are all different after-all.

We will need to look at the ingredients found in Tru Burn Plus to see what benefits, if any will be experienced.

Ingredients found in Tru Burn Plus

Although the bottle shows that Tru Burn Plus contains “100% natural satiereal saffron extract” there is no mention whatsoever of its dosages.

This lack of information is disappointing as without it there is no way of knowing whether there is enough of the beneficial ingredient to help with your weight loss efforts.

Cost of Tru Burn Plus

Tru Burn Plus like so many other trial offers will cost you a lot more than you would think.

The initial cost is low at just $3.55 or $5.35 for international orders, however this is just to cover the cost of shipping for the 14 day trial.

Once this trial period concludes you will be charged the full purchase price of $74.95. To make matters worse, signing up for this trial offer also allows further monthly packages to be sent to your address, as well as your bank account to be charged the frankly ridiculous amount.

Signing up for Tru Burn Plus means that you have signed up for an auto-ship program too, which will continue to send packages and charge you for the privileged until your membership is cancelled.

Is Tru Burn Plus a scam?

Trial offers such as Tru Burn Plus should be avoided in my opinion as they almost always cost more than you bargained for.

The cost is too high and the lack of dosage information makes me doubt the claims made by Tru Burn Plus. You would be better off looking for an alternative if you need a little extra help with your weight loss efforts.

Contact details for Tru Burn Plus

There are a number of phone numbers available for Tru Burn Plus:

1-800-381-8791 US & Canada
+1-650-353-9699 Worldwide
1-800-816-124 Malaysia
1-800-731-564 Australia
0-800-098-8501 UK
800-852-3872 Singapore
0800-900047 France

There is also an option to cancel your membership online (found at the very bottom of the website, next to the terms and conditions) as well as an email address: support@truburnplustrial.com

If you have signed up for this trial offer please leave a comment below.

The following video could help you get a refund too:

Alternative to Tru Burn Plus

While there are various alternatives to Tru Burn Plus, I would recommend taking a look at the Vitamin Shoppe who are currently selling a supplement for $23.99 for a bottle of 60 capsules.

Click here to buy Saffron from the Vitamin Shoppe

1 Comment on "Is Tru Burn Plus a scam?"
  1. When will the Trail period be over and purchases can be made?

    If they are already selling it, please let me know where to go to.

    A family member used one on the Trail and it really worked.

    Thank you.

    Reply
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