Do Not Buy Lipo G3 Garcinia Cambogia Without Reading this Review

A few months ago we did a review of Slendera Garcinia Cambogia where we warned people about all the problems one can get into buying the product. We thought there will not be many more like this, but guess what, here is one more – Lipo G3 garcinia cambogia.

About the company

Well, there is no idea who is producing Lipo G3 garcinia cambogia – which is indeed a very negative aspect in itself. While we tried searching for the website for Lipo G3 garcinia cambogia what we only got was numerous SEO websites and blogs all praising and talking about Lipo G3 garcinia cambogia in nice manner. But no signs of actual website.

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Update: We have come across the website of Lipo G3 now. The website URL is lipog3.com. The website also provides a number to call and a physical address. But other issues remain the same, we do not know anything more about the product and it has the same structure as that of so many other scam websites selling free products. 

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Well, this does not end here. All these SEO or promotional websites have a big call button asking readers to claim their free bottle of Lipo G3 garcinia cambogia. Of course, who will not want a free trial bottle of a product which generally costs $25.

So, you click the button then the magic starts. You are redirected to this site in most cases – vimaxdetoxtrial.com/new/ and several others. Interesting aspect of all these websites is they do not even have the name of Lipo G3 garcinia cambogia on their sales page! Just marketing jargon. Even worse, some have a different name of the product altogether!!

It does not stop here, you are again lured to fill up a form to claim your free bottle. You painfully enter all your details correctly (as you have to claim your free bottle!!). Then you press submit. Bang, next page – It says there will be minor shipping costs – which is close to $6 !! and for that they require your payment / card info.

That’s it. You again think I am getting a $25 thing in $6, not a bad deal. But it is a blunder. Why ? Here are the reasons.

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Update: The formal website of Lipo G3 also has the same structure. One has to fill the form on home page which says the product is free. Then the next page asks for shipping charges.  While there is clear mention at the bottom that one needs to cancel the product in specified time else credit card will be billed but which genuine company is know to follow this practice? Will Amazon ever bill you like that by selling a free sample? If I want I will order more isn’t that the way it should be?

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Lipo G3 garcinia cambogia is fake, why?

All major brands atleast sell over Amazon but not this one! Because, we believe that this is a scam.

There is no website of the company making the product. All websites are promotional websites which lure you to a new website which is there just to capture your address and payment details.

Update: There is a website but the website is very similar to any other promotional website selling the product. Same structure and same method

In the websites describing the product there is no talk about product quality, how much HCA it has, no mention of fillers and dosage. Just plain marketing jargon.

What these guys are trying to do is this –

  • Get your email and address (which will be authentic as you want to get your bottle) and then maybe misuse it for sales list etc. There is great demand for such lists anyways. These can then also be used to market other products.
  • They say the product is free but charge $6 for shipping! Why?
  • And in the end and biggest thing – they lure you to put your card details and then send you the paid bottles next time with you unaware about it.

How do we know this? Because this is exact replica of what happened with people who bought Slendera Garcinia Cambogia. See here for customer reviews about it.

People have to cancel their credit cards as these people keep charging them for a BS product which they never actually ordered! There is no running if you are caught in this trap so be cautious.

Recommendation –

STAY AWAY at ALL COSTS