Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Ultra ketone/ketone slim XT scam

Another scam promising that your excess weight will evaporate away if you take these magic tablets. I'm not going to link to the site. But this is what they claim their pills will achieve. How can people be so gullible?

 Same tired old stuff, raspberry ketone, and a laxative. Same old tricks laid bare in the terms & conditions. If you don't cancel your subscription pretty much immediately you will be charged £95 for what they told you was a "free" sample. And once in you're in. "Customers enrolled for a Subscription will automatically receive a 30 day supply of the Product approximately every 30 days, without any further action on your part. As consideration for each 30 day supply, we will charge your credit/debit card the retail purchase price amount of £99.95"
If you really want to try this stuff you can get it on line for less than £4 for a month's supply. So save yourself  £95 a month. Better still save yourself £99 and don't buy it at all. It's worthless ineffective crap.


  1. Thanks for the info. But how is that pic of girl in yellow relevant to what you're trying to state?

    1. I think the answer to your question is in my second sentence. "But this is what they claim their pills will achieve" Isn't that fairly obvious?

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  3. Yes you are right. There are various this type of sites are available online to cheat people. Thanks to share so important tips.

  4. You are right

    I went o ebay to fns a water pump and was presented with this survey purporting to be from ebay.I and found that Kentone had billed me a supply of "Raspberry Melts" whoever they may be.See this article


    These people are not just selling a product of no value but are doing so criminally