If your like 99% of the smart shoppers out there, then you do your research before buying. You compare prices, features, benefits and then finally decide whether or not to buy. Well that task becomes especially difficult with diet products.
There are literally thousands of diet products so it becomes exceedingly difficult knowing which one to choose and, most importantly, how to avoid getting scammed. A new diet fad that has been in the headlines in recent years is called African Mango. What makes this one different from all the others is that it is backed by several clinical studies. The studies, conducted at the University of Yaounde, show that people who took the african mango extract lost an average of 28 pounds in 10 weeks. You can read more about the study here: FOX NEWS: African Mango Sheds Pounds, Lowers Cholesterol
To add to its credibility, Dr. Oz. called this fruit, mentioning no specific brand, a “breakthrough supplement” and a “miracle in your medicine cabinet”. Similarly, one of the show’s leading medical contributors, Dr. Tanya Edwards, M.D., called African Mango extract, a “miracle pill” after it helped her lose 7 pounds in less than a month without making any changes to her diet or exercise routine. Click here to read her report
So the good news is that we know that the supplement works. The bad news? As the market for the product continues to grow, many fake companies are selling low quality African mango extract. We have put together 3 points to look out for in order to avoid an african mango scam.
1. Is the product made with fake African mango extract from China?
The most common african mango scam is selling low quality extract. As mentioned above, with all the media attention surrounding the miracle fruit, it is no wonder that there are many sites popping up all over the Internet alleging to have the best African Mango diet pills at bargain-basement prices.
An independent testing company called Consumer Laboratories, Inc., recently published a report on reviews of health & wellness supplements and revealed that many of these supplements are actually being imported from China and contain less extract, if any at all, than is stated on the packaging.
To avoid this, buy your supplement from a company that manufactures their supplements in a developed country like the United States.
2. Watch out for Auto-Rebill & Auto-Reship Scams
Another common african mango scam is the rebill scam. You sign up for what you think is a "Free-Trial", only to see a charge on your credit card statement of $80, $90, or even $100. What's more is that it is charged every month until you cancel. Be careful with this.
To avoid this it is best to purchase from a website that has just a one time transaction - meaning you pay up front for what you get.
3. Be cautious of Pixie Dusting and other Added Ingredients
The last common african mango scam is called pixie dusting. Dodgy companies indulge in this to sell their low quality supplements. Though they advertise that their diet supplements are made up of African Mango extract, in actuality, their product contains very little, if any, of the extract. Instead, the pill is filled with fillers such as corn starch.
These shady companies also add other unnecessary ingredients, like caffeine and chromium to the product. Some products, like "African Mango Plus", contain as much as 200 mg of caffeine. What this means is that when you take one capsule of these diet pills, it is equivalent to drinking three cups of coffee! This can be quite dangerous to your health.
Now that you have been informed you may be wondering where to buy a quality african mango extract?
Here at Natural African Mango, all of our supplements are:
- Made with pride in the USA with the highest quality ingredients
- One time transactions with the best possible price given to the consumer
- Contain 300 mg of the African Mango Extract per serving
So order from us today and have complete piece of mind that you have not fallen victim to another mango scam.