Trim Down Club Review
What You Should Know
The Trim Down Club is a paid website that claims it can help dieters lose more weight in 60 days than they can on their own. The buddy system is proven to help people make better choices and stick with weight loss plans longer, but there are tons of trusted websites out there – what makes Trim Down Club different? The only thing we noticed upfront was the $47 fee dieters were expected to pay before accessing the website.
List of Ingredients
- Weight Loss Tools
- Online Website/Forum Access
For the $47 fee, what exactly does Trim Down Club offer the dieter? The listed benefits/tools include a progress meter, personal menu planner, diet journal, menu history and a feeling lucky menu for when you’re bored of the same foods. None of these tools are unique to Trim Down Club. Websites like Sparkpeople and FitDay offer the same tools and many more for FREE. FitDay has more than 6 million users and Sparkpeople more than 15 million users. These sights are amazingly popular and they charge $0 for access to all the sites tools, including mobile apps.
After a little deeper digging, we found the company behind the website and dieters will not be too thrilled with what we found. The B2C Media Solutions company out of Israel is the media company making money on diet tools found free on other sites. From the looks of the site and the information we found about the company, Trim Down Club is nothing more than a brilliantly developed website of online tools and simple diet articles a media company is selling for $47 a member. To make matter worse, when we visited the Contact Us page there was a place for the ClickBank order number. ClickBank is an affiliate sales site partnering Internet marketers with digital products.
- Charges dieters $47 for tools found free on other websites.
- The site was created by a media company.
- There is no information about how the site supports your weight loss.
Trim Down Club is not a site you want to pay to join. Visit sites like Sparkpeople or FitDay and join for free. You’ll receive a dedicated set of tools and millions of supporters. Trim Down Club appears to be nothing more than a money-making scam from a media company and a bad scam at that. If you read the front page of any diet website and you have NO idea how the product or service will support your weight loss, leave the site.