These scammers are posing as the TMZ site and using the headline, “WeightWatchers Outraged at Jennifer Hudson Admitting to Using These 2 Simple Techniques to Lose 30lbs of Stomach Fat,” to rope people into buying their shady products.
DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements.
This scam, like so many other weight loss scams, leverages the hard work of successful dieters to dupe consumers into buying their useless products.
Jennifer Hudson has been VERY forthcoming about using Weight Watchers to lose and maintain her weight, but that didn’t stop these folks from taking her before & after pictures and posting them with a FABRIQUOTE – “I couldn’t believe how easy it was. I didn’t change my diet or my daily routine, but the fat melted off like it butter. I love this stuff! Finally a diet that just works.”
But, why stop with one celebrity when you can toss another one into the mix?!
This scammer decided Adele – another singer who has realized weight loss success – would help compel consumers to buy their product. Especially when they created a FABRIQUOTE for her as well:
“I Couldn’t believe how quickly I saw the effects.. and the fact that I could eat whatever I want when I want and still lose weight!” said Adele as we spoke with her after the VMA’s.
Of course all of the “work” that the scammers have put into gathering celebrity photos, creating fabriquotes, and the creation of testi-phonials is all leading up to one thing – the sale!
They’re offering, “RISK FREE 30 DAY SUPPLY” of the two products they’re pushing and, if you click on the link to order, you’ll land on a page where you’ll be asked to enter your contact information and a credit card so they can charge you for the cost of shipping.
For many people, this is where the Hell begins.
By entering your credit card for this SMALL shipping charge, you have just agree to the following terms:
“You (Customer) understand and acknowledge that you are signing up for a free 14-day trial ($6.98 S&H). During your first 14-days, you can try the product risk free. If you feel the product is not for you or don’t want to be billed for the monthly shipments, call us within your trial period (14 days from the day you sign up) to avoid the purchase fee of $74.99 and enrollment into our “Auto-Ship” program that will send you out a new bottle every 30 days. If you do not call us to cancel within the 14 days after the day you sign up and you will be charged $74.99. To ensure that you do not unintentionally run out of product while awaiting a new order following your trial, you will automatically be enrolled in our subscription program (“Autoship”) whereby you will receive a new bottle every 30 days subsequent to your initial enrollment (“Enrollment”), at a rate of $84.98/month ($74.99 plus $9.99 S&H). Autoship of the product will continue for 24 months following your initial trial period, unless cancelled by you or by National Supplement Beauty Solutions Ltd prior.”
AND HERE’S THE PART THAT LITERALLY MADE ME LAUGH OUT LOUD…
“In the event that we are unable to process the regular monthly subscription fee of $84.98, we will attempt to bill you at discounted rate of $29.99. If we are still unable to process the monthly subscription fee at the discounted rate of $29.99. We will attempt to bill you at the final discounted rate of $19.99. If after all these attempts we still are unsuccessful at processing the monthly subscription fee, we will cancel your subscription and terminate your account.”
In other words, they’ll settle for $19.99 instead of $84.98 as long as they can get something out of you! It’s like bargaining with a street vendor – for every 5 feet you walk away, they reduce the price by another dollar.
If they place so little value on their product, is it really worth anything?!
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