What You Should Know
Excelatrim is a self-proclaimed all-natural diet pill available with a trial offer so dieters can try the product before buying. The free trial lasts just 18 days, which accounts for a 14-day trial period and 4 days for processing the order and delivering the product to the consumer. The trial requires the customers pay shipping and handling with a credit card. The credit card will be charged $79.41. The order is then placed on an auto-ship program so the dieter will receive another bottle about every 30 days for $79.41 plus $5.95 shipping and handling – a charge that is also automatically charged to the credit card used for the trial order.
Excelatrim is somehow associated with VICI Marketing. VICI Marketing has been involved in several legal battles with the state of Florida over use of illegally obtained consumer information and employing salespeople without proper licenses. Some of the telemarketers working for the company were convicted felons with identity theft and fraud convictions.
List of Ingredients
- Raspberry Ketone
- Natural Ginseng
Excelatrim claims to contact some of the most popular ingredients in the diet industry today. Raspberry ketones became wildly popular when Dr. Mehmet Oz claimed they promoted weight loss on his television show. According to Dr. Oz you need to consume about 100 mg of raspberry ketones per day to promote fat loss, but Excelatrim does not reveal how much of the ingredient is in the formula.
EGCG is another great ingredient. EGCG is the active, fat-burning, non-stimulant part of green tea and green tea is backed with some serious clinical support, but again there are not details about how much EGCG is included.
ChromeMate is nothing more than chromium and niacin. Chromium may help control blood glucose levels and reduce hunger. Ginseng is a natural energy booster, but there are potential interactions with some prescription medications and negative side effects like headaches have been reported by some users.
- Trial offer with money-back guarantee.
- No details revealed about the ingredients.
- May not be safe for all dieters.
- The marketing company behind the diet pill has a tumultuous legal history.
- Consumers are charged nearly $80 if they don’t call to cancel the trial.
- Consumers must call customer service for a return authorization to return the product.
We suggest dieters skip Excelatrim at all costs. Not only does the company skip telling the consumer how much of each ingredient is included, they are associated with a marketing company with a history of pulling consumers into recurring payment programs that charge credit cards if the consumer does not cancel a trial by the required date.