Buyers Should Beware Acai Berry

Avera
By Avera Latest Reply 2009-03-30 02:03:27 -0500
Started 2009-03-29 23:08:41 -0500

A non-profit group has issued a warning to consumers about bogus claims surrounding the trendy fruit acai berry. The Center for Science in the Public Interest says that companies marketing "free trial offer" of acai berry diet pills have charged $80 and $90 "monthly fees" to credit cards that consumers have had a hard time getting reversed. More importantly, the group points out that there is no scientific evidence to back up any of the marketers claims regarding weight loss, or other "miracle" cures.

I've posted the article concerning this in the "News & Articles" section. Below you will find the link. Please read it and tell us your experiences concerning this berry.

http://www.diabeticconnect.com/news-articles/...


2 replies

lipsie
lipsie 2009-03-30 02:03:27 -0500 Report

Okay. yeah, well now I am heaed…I just get so angry with things like this cuz these people pay good money for something they really hope and need…most are probably pretty desperate at that. And to me let down one sucks, but then stiffed too. ARGH!@# I know this has nothing to do with me pesonally but I feel for people, I am just that kind of person, though sometimes I may not show it, I do.*siigh* I just hope they get it all worked out and pay em all pay. But in the end I know relastically, those that put money into this won't get back what they paid. Sorry for them. Thanks.. Sheila

lipsie
lipsie 2009-03-30 01:50:12 -0500 Report

I dunno much about this though it sound pretty crappy. Just wanted to thank you for you wonderful infromation, as usual…though I msy just be back to discuss this after I read up more upon it. Thanks! Sheila

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