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Extreme Acai Berry – read the fine print!

Sep 08

Extreme Acai BerryThere’s a new weight loss product making it’s rounds, at least it’s new to me. It’s called Extreme Acai Berry and claims it, “…contains the most powerful and effective ingredients for internal cleansing available anywhere on the market today! Extreme Acai Berry will help you rid your body of all that excess build-up in your digestive tract and prevent future build-up from occurring.”

Now, the acai berry has some restorative qualities with it’s high antioxidant levels. It’s even making some great headway in the cosmetic industry as an anti-aging ingredient. Is an acai pill going to make you loose weight? Regardless of whether this pill works or not, it’s important to read the site thoroughly.

Read the terms – If you read the terms located at the bottom of Extreme Acai Berry homepage, you’ll notice that by ordering the product through their website online for $3.95, you are agreeing to accept automatic billing of $89.31 after your trial period has ended, and every 31 days thereafter. The only way to prevent further charges to your credit card is to call a number listed on the terms page. If you’re like me, chances are you will forget to do so until you see that first $90.00 charge on your credit card – but by then you’ve lost 90 bucks!

I’m not interested in the debate regarding whether this product works or not. 14 days is a small window to notice results in, and if you do chances are it may not be a healthy weight loss option. The true question is, why is the actual regular price so hidden and how long do you think you’ll have to sit on long-distance hold before anyone picks up to acknowledge your order cancellation?

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  1. […] pills circulating on the internet, and you will often see charges like the above in the fine print. Extreme Acai Berry, which I wrote about back in September is one of those companies. […]

  2. […] the subject of my next Acai Resource post. I’ve written about similar scams in the past, like Extreme Acai Berry and FX Supplements, and typically some fine print hunting will show that, if you don’t cancel […]

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