Raspberry Ultra Drops! Tasty Candy Or Fake Weight Loss Program?
Quoting the famous words of professional “huckster” P.T. Barnum: “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.” In the case of one of the more clever weight loss frauds, they just added a candy flavor word most every person can recognize – Raspberry, and “bingo” those suffering from failed attempts at weight loss are led to believe they have finally found the “pot-of-gold” at the end of the rainbow.
Oh sure, you can go online and read page after page of “positive” reviews on the flavor- of-the-month – Raspberry Ultra Drops – but all the “testimonials” either don’t give a name or simple use: “James T in Ohio, or “Barbara M in Michigan, and so on. But it won’t change the fact that you can put lipstick on a pig; but it’s still a pig. Yet many people still keep searching day and night for that “perfect diet” plan that’s not a scam or fraud or a waste of their money.
Take Raspberry Ketone for example. After some dynamite TV exposure it has become a monolithic craze in dieting. However your weight loss results, in terms of Raspberry Ultra drops, depends entirely on the quality and type of raspberry extract used in the formulation process. Real RED raspberries are a good thing and can possibly help in a strict diet plan. But how do you know whether the Raspberry Ultra Drops is a scam or not? The answer is unless you’re a scientific genius, you don’t.
That said anyone contemplating the purchase of a Raspberry Ketone product, and that includes the Ultra Drops, should remember these two words: Caveat Emptor – let the buyer beware. There are hundreds of supplement makers out there hiding in basements with “thoughts of fraud” attempting to make cheap Raspberry Ketone products that will have absolutely NO positive affect on your diet or loss of weight. The real deal raspberries are effective, NOT the synthetically made product. And if you’re wondering why a supplement maker needs to scam the raspberry product, all you have to do is visit your local health food store and check the prices on a bag of REAL raspberries. Just a small bag is pushing $5 bucks. Ergo, it’s easier to take the “fraud” path to riches.
Nowadays, it seems that there are countless ways to attempt to lose weight. With hundreds of “lose weight quick” gimmicks and “magic diet pills,” as well as the ease of online shopping, it can be easy for even the most educated consumers to be sucked into a cleverly disguised scam. For those who have tried just about everything on the market, it is not uncommon to turn to lesser known diet products. Most recently, a product called Raspberry ultra drops have hit the market, causing quite a stir. With companies that prey on individuals who are desperate to lose weight, this product is no different than other scams.
Raspberry ultra drops, also referred to as raspberry ketone, are claimed to be one of the oldest known weight loss secrets on the planet. The company which manufactures them, goes on to state that these drops will stimulate the hypothalamus in the brain, causing one to experience rapid weight loss and fat reduction. Without committing to a sensible diet or workout regimen, the weight will supposedly fall off and the consumer will effortlessly be fitting into smaller clothes, all while maintaining lean muscle mass.
The product is not inexpensive either. Raspberry ketones are packaged in small vials which are advertised at a supposedly low price of $69.99. The “testimonials” and “reviews” have all been hand picked, perhaps even written by the owners of the website, as they fail to make mention of the thousands of claims made against them. The makers of this product have also included a lengthy legal disclaimer on their website, advising that they are not responsible for any adverse health reactions (which may include significant drug interactions, blood sugar problems and worsening dementia), nor are they responsible for any malware or viruses which may occur after viewing their website. A quick search on the internet will pull up dozens of articles, exposing Raspberry ketone as fraud. As this scam is gaining more exposure, it is imperative that the consumer be aware of this widespread fraud and safeguard themselves against this product, as well as other products which may be offered through their website.
Posted: February 27th, 2013 under Uncategorized.