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While many people do not have a problem with Avesil, there are those who believe there is an Avesil scam associated with it auto-ship program as well as safety and effectiveness. The weight loss supplement claims to burn three times more fat than diet and exercise alone. It also claims to do this by converting stored fat into energy. It also claims to have four simple ingredients that only have two possible side effects that include headache and increased heart rate. Some suggest the Avesil scam includes the high price tag, as you can get similar weight loss results with a cheaper product on the market.
The Avesil scam associated with the auto-ship program states that customers order the free trial and do not realize that if they do not call and cancel any future shipments, their credit card is billed $89.95 after only two weeks and then on a reoccurring 30 day basis. Some see this as a scam because even if they try to call and cancel they get rude customer service and are unable to return any unopened bottles for a refund. The Avesil scam complaint also includes that the free trial, auto-ship method is the only way to order the product.
Another problem that many find part of the Avesil scam is that website states they have a “no-questions-asked 100% money-back guarantee.” The website does not offer any more information about their guarantee other than stating the customer must have an authorization form before returning Avesil. They do not tell the customers how long they have to return the pills. To avoid the Avesil scam read all fine print before ordering and make sure you keep records of transaction and dates you spoke with anyone in their customer service department. It is also a good idea to get names of representatives in case you need to report an Avesil scam.
The bottom line is that the Avesil Scam is most likely felt by the people who misunderstood the information on the website and are charged for the bottles they do not want. There is no Avesil scam when it comes to effectiveness, it does work. In addition, there is no Avesil scam associated with its active ingredients. The manufacturer does disclose all ingredients and the amounts of each on the bottle. If you have any concerns do some research and read some testimonials on consumer websites, so you can make an informed decision.