You may already know about the many wonderful health benefits that the acai berry is able to provide. In fact, you have been convinced already by your family, friends, and co-workers and have seen with your own two eyes the results they yield.
Just to give an example and drive the point home, studies have shown that a glass of red wine helps provide antioxidants to your body for detoxification. Well, acai berries can provide three times more antioxidants than red wine. This is just one of the numerous benefits that acai berry can provide, but, with this great offering comes a dangerous trap.
No, the acai berry is not harmful to the body, but, because of the great surge in popularity of this wonder fruit from the jungles of South America, many scammers and opportunists have come out of the woodwork to cash in on this veritable cash cow.
Because the acai berry in its different forms have shown that it is highly effective, any person that markets an acai berry product can make money fast. This is good business if you ask anyone. This makes it much scarier for the consumers who simply just want to have a healthy body and to lose weight. Not only will you be just wasting your time, but you will also be losing your money and possibly your health.
To avoid these acai berry scams, you need to know what to look out far. Here are three samples in determining if the acai berry product being sold to you is not worth your money and is just a scam.
One of the most popular acai berry scam is when a company or a person sells an inferior acai berry product, or worse, the product doesn’t contain acai berry at all. One way to determine whether an acai berry product is any good is to check its label. It should show that it is USDA approved and it contains a high percentage of acai berry.
If a product doesn’t have a content label, then there is a very good chance that it contains little or no acai berry at all. Also, if the content label lists numerous ingredients, the acai berry content will be very minimal and most likely diluted. You will most certainly not get the many benefits that the acai berry is known for.
Another scam is when an acai berry product is being sold at a price extremely lower than that of the other products, it is most likely that the website that is selling these products is not reputable and is only after your credit card details.
Many websites today are used as a front for identity theft and would most likely not even have a product to sell, but merely using acai berry to lure consumers for their identity details.
Another acai berry scam involves free trials. Many of these free trials vare so enticing so you decide to try it. The problem is that they charge for shipping and handling and would need your credit card.
When the trial period ends and you found out that the product is inferior, it can be very difficult to cancel your trial period and the fine print of your agreement will contain that you are agreeing to purchase more of their product. Or, they may even charge high fees for cancellations.
Be sure to keep an eye out for these scams and don’t let it spoil the many benefits that acai berry can provide for you.