Raspberry Trim – Scam or miracle fat burner?
Raspberry Trim is one of a wave of diet supplements that claims to utilise the properties of Raspberry Ketones, among other things, to help you lose weight without (it claims) the need to calorie count or deprive yourself of foods.
Like so many others, Raspberry Trim smacks of ‘too good to be true’ and ‘money making scam a-plenty’ so we have taken a closer look to see whether it really is a diet supplement to consider.
Who and what are Raspberry Trim?
The Raspberry Trim website is vibrant! Its bright and colourful landing page is enticing, with pictures of happy, bikini clad women and professional looking Doctor types, but it’s clear from the off that there is little more to the site than that. There is very little ‘actual’ information to go on and it’s hard to determine exactly who is behind the Raspberry Trim brand itself.
An address on the site has been linked to customer complaints for similar brands, and its ‘Free Trial’ and ‘Money Back Guarantee’ are causes for concern.
The brand claims to use Raspberry Ketones, as well as Green Tea, Acai Berry, African Mango, Grapefruit, Kelp, and Apple Cider Vinegar.
Now, to those of us in the know, these are all relatively well known ingredients and all are considered good for fat fighting, however, Raspberry Trim gives minimal information regarding how each of these ingredients work, and in fact offer absolutely no information whatsoever on the exact quantities of each within each capsule.
Does Raspberry Trim work?
This is especially hard to say; given the limited information on the site there is no way to conclude anything when it comes to whether or not the pills work. Most of the ingredients that the brand claim to use are only effective at certain dosages.
Another problem here is that searching the internet for independent customer reviews of the brand is futile. There is nothing out there that comes from a genuine source and even the site itself offers no customer testimonials, not even false looking ones.
As for clinical research, the site does have a small section dedicated to this, but it simply quotes some other research that has been done into Raspberry Ketone and does not link to the clinical paper or suggest that trials have been carried out on Raspberry Trim itself.
What’s the catch?
In truth, there doesn’t seem to be too many positives to speak of when it comes to Raspberry Trim, so in fact, the whole thing seems to be a ‘catch’.
It is never advisable to take up free trials, these are almost always scams that are designed to take your money and careful reading of the small print will almost certainly inform you that you are inadvertently getting yourself into a ‘replenishment program’ or ‘autoship program’.
A quick scan of the internet proves this, as there are several posts relating to Raspberry Trim and similar products from similar companies that have caught people unawares and left them out of pocket.
How to cancel a free trial of Raspberry Trim?
The most obvious option is to avoid Raspberry Trim at all costs, but if you have already fallen victim to this particular company, you will need to contact them directly.
It’s unlikely that you’ll get a refund on anything that has already been paid, but you can stop further charges on your account by contacting them on the following;
Toll Free 24/7: 888-958-3622
14603 E. Moncrieff Place
Aurora, CO 80011
Is there a recommended alternative?
There are of course hundreds of Raspberry Ketone supplements available online.
However most follow a similar story to the one above – they are either available as a free trial (which end up costing you huge sums of money if not cancelled) or they contain inadequate amount of actual raspberry ketone extract – so do nothing at all.
One product we do recommend is Raspberry Ketone Plus – which contains a mixture of green coffee, african mango and ketones in proven dosages to help stimulate metabolism and burn fat. We recently reviewed the supplement here –
Read our Raspberry Ketone Plus review