Bioslim Review - Does This Weight-Loss System Work? Are poor customer service quality and unrealistic weight-loss claims deal breakers?PUBLISHED: 09/10/2015 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
There’s a lot of intrigue surrounding Bioslim, so we dug deep into the ingredients, side effects, clinical research and customer service. Additionally, we dissected hundreds of dieter comments and reviews. We then condensed and refined to give you the info you need.
What You Need to Know
Bioslim is a weight-loss system, consisting of green tea, vitamins and minerals. Depending on the product, the recommended serving is once per day. This is supposed to help the dieter lose more weight. One of the benefits is that it’s easy to use.
The product line, launched as a diet program in 1989 by Medicus International, doesn’t appear to use synthetic ingredients in select formulas, a good start. Customers can purchase the supplements on the official website. We do like that the company has been in operation for more than 25 years and some of the positive comments, but read on…
Poor Customer Service Quality
The first concern we had with Bioslim was the quality of customer service. “Consumers willing to invest in a supplement want support in the event of a question or concern,” said our Research Editor. “What they expect is a team willing to address comments in a timely manner. If not, dieters will simply pass on the products.”
“The customer help on the other end was rude, mimicked me and used sarcasm the whole way through the conversation,” reported a customer.
“I bought BioSlim and BioCleanse. They debited my account and never turned up. I rang in January and they said they were out of stock and would come soon. They still haven’t turned up and now I cannot get hold of them,” commented a dieter.
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Weight-Loss Claims – Unrealistic?
According to the testimonials on the Bioslim website, dieters are seeing some pretty amazing weight-loss results, maybe too good. It’s safe to lose up to two pounds a week, but some report losing upwards of 33 a month. “I lost almost the full 200 pounds in just my first 6 months on BioSlim,” one consumer claims.
“Kevin lost 153 pounds in his first 7 months on BioSlim!,” says the Bioslim website.
Our research shows that any part of a diet system thought of as a concern, such as outlandish weight-loss claims, could hinder long-term success. If Bioslim says the dieter will lose a ton, but then they don’t, why should you stick around?
The Bottom Line
After thoroughly investigating Bioslim, we’ve come to a conclusion. The length of time in the industry and the fact that there are some favorable customer comments are positives, but we can’t recommend it because the weight-loss claims aren’t supported by published clinical research. Plus, we’re concerned about the quality of customer service and the long list of complaints about company sales practices.
If you’d like to shed the pounds, we recommend going with a product that is both cost effective and packed with ingredients backed by published clinical research.
One of the best supplements we’ve seen in 2015 is one called Leptigen. The formula contains a four-ingredient proprietary blend, which has been shown in published scientific studies to help increase fat loss and ignite metabolism. There’s no one talking about adverse side effects and reviews around the web show people are seeing excellent results.
The makers of Leptigen are confident in the supplement, so they’re offering a special trial offer, a good choice.