Garcinia Cambogia Reviews – Guidance on brands

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NewLifeBotanicals Garcinia Cambogia
BioHealth Garcinia Cambogia
Whole Body Garcinia Cambogia
SlimScience Garcinia Cambogia
Garcinia Cambogia Xtreme
Advanced Garcinia Cambogia
Pure Garcinia Cambogia
Ultimate Garcinia Cambogia
Features
60% HCA    
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No Subscription  
Price$24$57.95$44.99$59.99$49.95$49$48$49.95
MG Per Dollar2250103410001372900UnkownUnkownUnkown
Easy Return Policy     








Important Criteria for evaluating Brands

Mg per SERVING or per CAPSULE?

Some brands use deception and trickery to make it seem like an ok deal.  A good value depends on purity and cost per mg (milligram) of garcinia.

If they list mg per SERVING on the label,  customers  don’t realize the 2 or 3 capsules they recommend per serving means, the mg per CAPSULE is 1/2 to 1/3 what they show in bold on the front of the bottle.  They do this to trick consumers.

Heavily advertised and promoted is  not necessarily Good

We are attempting to help the most people by providing guidance on brands they are finding in their research.   The chart above compares features of  some brands that are most easily found on the internet. Some good, some bad.

Some brands that are very bad values are actually the most heavily advertised.  They sell a crappy product for ridiculously inflated prices, but are experts at advertising on websites all over the internet.  So, we show some of those brands in the chart above, since they reach a lot of people that we are trying to help avoid being ripped off.

The fact is that many of these shady sellers are actually affiliates doing affiliate marketing. They spend a LOT of money advertising. It’s not uncommon for them to spend upwards of $2 per single click on their ads. But all they’re doing is sending you to free trial gimmicks (see below).

Once they do that, they’re done. They’re gone and out of the picture – you won’t ever talk to them again… The moment you fill out t he form for your free trial, they get paid from the “real” company. The real company is happy to do this, because now they have all your payment and personal information to lock you into a costly subscription. It’s a win-win for them, but you get ripped off.

Why? Because most of these companies don’t even have a true, physical location for their business. They operate entirely online… They:

        • Set up shop online
        • Recruit and pay affiliates to send them customers
        • Once they feel they’ve made enough or are close to being busted, they shut down
        • They set up a new shop online and rinse and repeat

We aren’t saying it’s bad to advertise or even advertise a lot. Not all of these companies will be scammers. Primarily look for:

        • The ads listed high on the right of search results and in the little Google ads box above search results. If they’re constantly showing up there, they’re paying a pretty penny to be there.
        • Combine that with the rest of the warning signs we cover here.

NO FREE TRIALS !!!

We feel very strongly about this.  For many years now, scammers have preyed upon the innocent by offering a “free trial” of whatever is the hot new diet product.  While it may seem like a good way to try a product to see if you like it – they are NEVER a good idea.

- Tricked into signing up for subscription

The scammers don’t really want to introduce you to the product.  They get your credit card number to cover “shipping”.    They then hide the terms of the “free offer” in very tiny print on one of the pages you go through and you are tricked into signing up for a subscription!

Even worse than being signed up for monthly deliveries, the terms usually start charging you $80 or more per month within days of  the free trial – sometimes before you even get the “free trial”.     The victim doesn’t even know they have to cancel, and many times the company is very hard or impossible to find, contact, and cancel the monthly payments.

- Free trials make a LOT of $$$$ – for the scammers

These “free trials” rip off so many people and are very lucrative for the companies that offer them, so, they can afford to spend tons advertising.  That is why the most heavily advertised brands are usually “free trials”.

In our experience, Free Trials are never used by legitimate brands that sell a quality product.  They KNOW the victims won’t be happy with the deceptive scams, and won’t use these tactics if they want to grow their brand, but are only interested in the short term.  So, the FIRST thing we look for in evaluating a brand is – Do they use Free Trials?

- Brands that use “Free Trials” and should be avoided
        • Miracle Garcinia Cambogia
        • Pure Garcinia Cambogia (many versions of this name)
        • Ultimate Garcinia Cambogia
        • Bio Health Garcinia Cambogia
        • Natural Garcinia Cambogia
        • SlimScience

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A good brand usually WANTS you to see their label, to brag about the quality of their ingredients and/or the quantity.

Of course a label may not fit in the the page layout or be the first thing you see. But if you click around and cant find the label easily, you can bet the seller has made it difficult to find for a reason.

- Look for the Label BEFORE you buy

By US law, the label on the bottle MUST list the ingredients and quantities. But there is no law that says it must be displayed on a website prior to sale.

So, shady brands will not show the label, so you won’t realize the puny quantity or quality of the product.

Of course, free trial always hide the labels of the product.

- Brands that don’t show the Labels before you buy
        • Miracle Garcinia Cambogia
        • Pure Garcinia Cambogia (many versions of this name)
        • Ultimate Garcinia Cambogia
        • Bio Health Garcinia Cambogia
        • Natural Garcinia Cambogia

MoneyBack Guarantee from a Trusted Seller

There are many brands that advertise a Moneyback Guarantee, but they make it very difficult to return their product. Even worse are those that are advertised heavily for a few months and then dissappear, so buyers have noone to contact. Those are usually the free trial brands, that don’t care about customer satisfaction, or building a good brand name for the long term.

These people have no established business or internet presence that they have to protect. So ignoring refund requests does them no harm. In fact, by the time you decide you want a refund, guess what? There’s a very good chance that you won’t be able to locate them, let alone contact them and get a refund. They’ve packed up shop and disappeared.

A good clue is if they only sell one product, you know they just made up the brand name to take advantage of the hot product and will be here today and gone tomorrow.

Quantity

There is no set rule or guideline in place to say how many milligrams a Garcinia supplement is required to contain or how many servings. So as you look at different products you’ll likely see a range of numbers. Some may contain 90 capsules, but you have to take three capsules to equal a serving. So it’s still only a one month supply. The capsules just aren’t as powerful.

HCA %

Because there’s no required guidelines for manufacturers to meet, there are some that produce HCA supplements that simply aren’t worth the money at all. In order to be effective, they should have a bare minimum of 50% HCA. Unfortunately, many suppliers (like the ones listed above in most cases) do not show you the amount of HCA that their extract has. That’s a bad sign. Before buying any garcinia supplement, you need to be able to verify the amount of HCA that it has.

Price

If you seen Dr. Oz talk about garcinia cambogia then you’ll know that one of the reasons he was excited about it was the fact that it’s cheap. On average, you shouldn’t expect to spend more than $30 or so on a bottle of this supplement. Unfortunately, there are plenty of sellers jacking up the price and not even letting you know exactly what you’re buying (making the label available before purchase).

Price (per Milligram)

Just because something costs less doesn’t always mean that it’s a better value. If you do the math, you’ll see that you’re still spending more per milligram. How do you do that? It’s easier than you think:

        • Multiply the mg per capsule by the number of capsules in the bottle
        • Divide that number by the price

You can see that NewLifeBotanicals is by far the best deal per milligram:

        • 600mg x 90 capsules = 54000
        • 54000 divided by 24 (price) = 2250mg per dollar

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It’s a shame, but the diet industry is notoriously known for having less-than-honest people in it. It’s super easy these days to get scammed, especially when you’re buying supplements online. We hope that these reviews, warnings and tips will help steer you away from suspicious sellers. It’s extremely important to take your time when deciding who to buy from and remember that you should never buy anything if you can’t read the label first.

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garciniabanner270613As far as Garcinia Cambogia goes, one of the very first things you should look for is the amount of HCA it contains. You should look for something with at least 50%. One brand we can whole heartedly recommend is NewLifeBotanical which you can find at some Whole Foods store, and sold online by Alivebynature.org, or also available at Amazon, as well.

This is the best we’ve found for several reasons: 

  • It’s all natural (always a good thing)
  • 60% HCA – the highest available
  • Continues to receive amazing feedback
  • Has 600mg per capsule
  • You don’t get ripped off with it being full of fillers
  • You get the most amazing money back guarantee we’ve seen (no questions asked, no return authorizations, nothing!)

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