Diet Maxx Review

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Diet Maxx joins the long list of weight loss supplements that contain Hoodia Gordonii as a major active ingredient. In fact, along with green tea, Hoodia Gordonii is becoming one of the most commonly used ingredients in weight loss supplements on the market today. Hoodia Gordonii is a cactus that grows in South Africa, and has been traditionally used by native South African tribesmen when they go on long hunting trips to suppress their appetite. Diet Experts urge caution when choosing weight loss supplements that contain Hoodia Gordonii, and they tell us that not all supplements contain pure Hoodia and, even in those that do, the concentration is often not enough to actually have an effect on the weight of the person taking it.

Ingredients

The ingredients in Diet Maxx consist of Hoodia Gordonii, Vitamin B6, Glucomannan, Chromium, and Vanadium.

Product Features

There is an official website for Diet Maxx, and the capsules can be ordered directly from the official website at a price of $49.95 for a 30 day supply. The manufacturers of this product tell us that it contains 500mg of Hoodia extract. The other ingredients are also commonly found in other weight loss supplements for sale on the market today. The official website tells us that Chromium has been included since it helps with sugar cravings, and Vitamin B6 helps release carbohydrates stored in the liver and muscles for energy. Glucomannan, which is also present in Diet Maxx, is derived from the dry root of the Kojac plant and is often included as an ingredient in weight loss products since it absorbs water to form a gel like mass, which leads to a temporary feeling of fullness without calorie consumption.

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Advantages

  • There is an official website.
  • The product can be ordered directly online.
  • The website gives a complete list of ingredients.

Disadvantages

  • It is not the only weight loss product to contain Hoodia Gordonii.
  • There is no money back guarantee.
  • The manufacturer’s support policies (money back guarantee, etc.) are not clear.
  • Doctor’s are concerned that those using appetite suppressants (Kojac root) may not get all of the nutrition that they need.
  • If you live in New Zealand you will not be able to order Hoodia Gordonii as there is a ban on imports into New Zealand.

Conclusion

There are so many weight loss products available for sale on the market today that contain Hoodia Gordonii that manufacturers really need to make their product stand out and ensure that the information given regarding it is really top notch. The manufacturers of Hoodia Gordonii do some things right such as including information on the concentration of Hoodia Gordonii in the product.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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8 User Reviews about Diet Maxx

  • 1
    tona

    Rip off, been almost 2 months and no refund! Had to cancel card, they charged me full price before my trial ever came! Don’t make the same mistake

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  • 2
    Jay

    I have had the same awful experience as the rest of the good folks that have posted before me. When i asked to speak to a manager they put me on hold indefinably.

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  • 3
    Lisa L.

    i fell for there scam too. called bank cancelled card. I called Dietmaxx cancelled there. I have got a hold of them again waited on the phone forever for a suppervisor, Told me to call next wk to check on things we’ll see.ha. At Fibra Detox the guy was real nice sent me a email saying cancelled and should receive the funds in my acocount 3 -5 business days we’ll see on that one to I’ll let ya know.

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  • 4
    Pam H,

    I ordered the free supply and paid shipping, since I have been charged for two more shipments and for two more orders of the pills but have only received the first order.
    Called company which they said they would cancel and I could get 55% of my money back when they received them back as they charge a 45% re-stocking fee ($90 charge means their restocking fee is whopping). The agent would not transfer me to a supervisor and kept talking over me to sell me more items.
    I’m hoping they do cancel. I’ve already contacted my bank.

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  • 5
    Cassandra

    I tried to cancel with this company 15 minutes after ordering and was told that the $5 was still being charged to my account. I am expecting them to continually screw me over and charge my account for something I never received nor do I want. The customer service only knows how to talk over you and you will receive emails about your “purchases”. They also scammed by attaching to my friends Facebook and made a false posting. She never posted anything about the product. Stay clear of this company!

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  • 6
    Toni L

    so I have been very patient about getting my money back after my cancelation of the products. After 5 phone calls and spoke to 5 differents peoples in the past month. I have yet to see my refund and still getting charge two more times. The products doesn’t work and it’s a scam. I am now disputing this with my bank and will go to better business beaureau for this aweful customer service. I am extremely unhappy and dissastify with how they treated me over the past 5 conversation that I have with them. Please be careful!

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    Don Pierce

    My wife stopped the order process, but they still processed and charged our account. We have returned and still waiting on refund. Reporting to BBB and bank

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    trent

    Please give me a number or something, I never ordered diet maxx but my acct, was charged, never received anything,thank you.

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