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Pure Cambogia Ultra And Pure Life Cleanse Fraud Scam

This post popped up on my Facebook news feed and I unknowingly clicked on it without realizing I could have been scammed by hundreds if not thousands of Ringgit.


Pure Cambogia Ultra And Pure Life Cleanse Fraud Scam

Click bait alert! 

The titles would contain things like losing massive amounts of weight in a short period of time or success stories.

Positive Testimonials in Comments

I clicked on it and amazingly, the product sounded so convincing and many people were leaving positive testimonials in the comments as well.

But then I clicked on it again and found out that it brought me to a different website with similar content. That's when I realized something was wrong. Also, all the links and tabs on the website lead you to a page to purchase the product.



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Hard Sell Advertisements

Plus they were being ridiculously hard sell with the Pure Cambogia Ultra And Pure Life Cleanse ads all over.


Pure Cambogia Ultra And Pure Life Cleanse Fraud

Pure Cambogia Ultra And Pure Life Cleanse Scam

Stops you from leaving
Okay... NO WAY a news portal/e-mag would post such message if you wanted to leave.


Pure Cambogia Ultra Fraud Scam

Real Pure Cambogia Ultra And Pure Life Cleanse Testimonials


Summary
1) Products didn't arrive after ordering
2) Products did not work to reduce weight
3) Automatically purchased after entering details even without authorization
4) Bought 1 bottle/trial but charged for 5 bottles
5) Unable to get refund

Pure Cambogia Ultra And Pure Life Cleanse Testimonials

I only screenshot a few but there's a whole long line of comments here: www.yourweightlossaid.com/pure-cambogia-ultra

I hope no one else falls for this scam!

4 comments:

  1. Something THAT hardsell couldn't be genuine.
    But from the marketing point of view, quite a 'good job'.
    They sell the emotional aspect first...and then WHAM, I'm gonna harass you till you fall for this scam!
    I usually don't click on those ads.

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    1. Kan? But I admit I'm quite impressed hahaha

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  2. It's very convincing especially when you look at the photos but yeah, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. I am pretty wary of things like this but the temptation is there. Hehe..

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    1. Apparently it's been around for years too! =( And nothing has been done..

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