Slim Optimum was founded in 2012, and their headquarters are located in Pompano Beach, Florida. As a company they are not known to have the best track record with their customers due to their horrible auto ship program and money back guarantee.* Highly overpriced, and under reviewed this diet pill will leave you confused as there are no instructions on how to take this product once you purchase it. The website screams SCAM, and the ingredient lists are only shown as “proprietary” blends which does not give any exacts to how much of each ingredient is actually in the pills.*
Ingredients: apple cider vinegar, caffeine, green tea, hydroxycitric acid, grapefruit, kelp.
When calling into the support line, I was greeted with a rather unprofessional greeting regarding their memberships cancellation and subscription process. I got none of my questions answered and was told to e-mail in. When you sign up for a “free” trial offer bottle you will be charged $90.00 14 days after if you do not call to cancel.* On top of that you will pay a $4.95 shipping fee for the bottle, and a $10.00 restocking fee if you decide to return it. Did I mention that you can’t return the bottle if it has been opened? This already has me frustrated, and wanting my money back!
Do Dieters Lose Weight On Slim Optimum?
Sadly, their product is not backed by any clinical trials or scientific research to start with.* The ingredients used in the pills are vaguely described, no amounts are listed, and there are no instructions on how to take the product. On the terms and conditions it says it might take up to three months to see any changes in your weight, which is terrifying because each month’s supply is $90.00 with no money back guarantee. There has been word from customers that the company continually is charging their credit cards and they have tried to get the subscription to stop with no success, as well as reporting that the product did little to nothing for them. I found nothing but negative reviews on this product outside of their personal website.
Is Slim Optimum Easy To Follow?
All the company cares about is getting your credit card information, and charging your card over and over. This product doesn’t even give you instructions on how to use it, and to add to that it takes over three months to see any results. Anytime you are simply taking a diet pill with no exercise or diet changes, you are going to be left frustrated and out of money. Overall, this company has no clinical trials done on why the product could enhance weight loss, a terrible track record with its past customers, no money back guarantee once the product has been opened, and a sly auto ship program. Yikes! I do not wish this diet pill on anyone. So, to answer the above question, no this product is not easy to follow because you are going to have to deal with trying to get your money back once it doesn’t work for you.
To easily wrap this review up, do not waste your time, money, or energy on getting fooled by Slim Optimum. This product cannot be recommended as an ideal weight loss supplement, and it is out of this world expensive for the customer. You can only buy this product directly from the main website, which means they are trying to control the amount of negative reviews the product would definitely get from websites such as Amazon. Just do yourself a favor and stay away from this product all together. Your body and your wallet will thank you!
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
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