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Kimberly Tenner
December 3, 2016

Avesil Review

Avesil

Weight loss is rarely both safe and fast, and yet that’s what Avesil makers say you’ll get with their diet pill.

Avesil promises to help you lose weight quickly by simultaneously burning fat, boosting your energy, and reducing your appetite—the trifecta of any weight loss program.

But it’s hard to trust claims made in the diet pill industry these days, so we decided to investigate Avesil a little more in depth so that you know what you’re getting into with this weight loss supplement.

Ingredients and Mechanism of Action

Though claiming to have proven ingredients, Avesil hides its ingredient list from consumer eyes that aren’t focused on the 5-point text at the bottom of its website. Once you do manage to locate this list, the results show that Avesil contains only four ingredients.

Here’s a look at what they are and what they do.

• Chromium (100mcg) is included her as ChromeMate. Though some forms of chromium are proven to help reduce caloric intake and regulate insulin levels, ChromeMate is not one of these forms. On its own, scientific studies are undecided as to whether or not chromium can achieve these results.
• Caffeine (75mg) acts as a mild stimulant to increase thermogenesis, or fat burning in the body. Caffeine heats up your body, burns fat, and gives you the energy for longer and harder workouts.
• Green Tea is a proven fat burner, also spurring thermogenesis and giving a boost of antioxidants, but it needs to be included in at least 400mg to be effective and because it is here included in a proprietary blend with ashwagandha root, it is impossible to tell if it meets these expectations.
• Ashwagandha Root has been used in India for more than 3,000 years as a cleanser and strengthening agent for the nervous system. However, its biggest effects apply to antioxidant health and decreasing cortisol, the stress hormone in your body. While stress can cause you to gain weight, decreasing stress is not a direct cause of weight loss.

The Price of Avesil

The cost of Avesil is another hidden piece of information on the site. When you finally locate it, they list Avesil as retailing for $89.95 for a one-month supply. This is very much on the high end of the market for a weight loss pill, and not at all warranted considering the ingredients.

Not only are the ingredients marginally effective at best, the ones in the largest amounts are generally cheap. It’s hard to tell where the money is going in creating Avesil.

Another thing to watch out for—Avesil only lets you order their product by signing up for the free trail. This will last for 14 days, but the moment the company gets your information, it will sign you up for an autoship program in which you’ll be charged the $89.95 every month until you manage to cancel.

This is a common and unfair scam in the weight loss market.

Overall Impression of Avesil:

Avesil provides consumers with no information, expecting your average citizen to just trust them. They try to earn the trust by using a “free trial offer”, but then break that trust by automatically signing consumers up to pay $89.95 every month. There is no winning with Avesil, and we would not suggest choosing this product. You can get a free trial and only pay shipping of $3.95 by clicking here. But if you don’t cancel in 14 days or less, they automatically charge you $89.95 a bottle and your shipped a bottle every month until you do cancel.


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Georgette Says:

WHATEVER YOU DO, DO NOT BUY AVESIL!!! They “free” 14 day trial is bogus – the literature even states that it can take up to 60 days to show effect. And then, when you return the product they still charge you and state that they never received the product back. So spread the word – this product and its company is a total SCAM!!!

June 14, 2011 at 4:26 pm

LaRhetta Smith Says:

scam scam scam

April 11, 2014 at 9:06 am

GLENNA M CARPENTER Says:

This product does not work for me. Please DO NOT send any more of your product and do not charge my credit card!

April 27, 2014 at 9:19 am

crashvitreous Says:

Gelnna, this is something you’ll need to take up with avesil customer service. We’re just a review site – we don’t sell Avesil; we just reviewed it.

April 28, 2014 at 11:40 am

Marilou Gomez Says:

This product does not work for me. Please DO NOT send any more of your product and do not charge my credit card!

May 18, 2014 at 12:38 pm

annette jules Says:

this is not working for me ,please do not send me no more product and dont charge my account.

May 20, 2014 at 5:36 pm

therysa teegardin Says:

as a general rule I do not participate in your kind of promotion, but my granddaughter did for me. the result being caught in a scam…dammit! you sent me a bill of lading for $1.00 and was subsequently charged another $3.95. therefore you can keep the money but I DO NOT want any more product from you nor do I wish to see further charges on my card. by the way I am an accountant with the las vegas federal offices so I hope to have severed any and all contact with your company. if not I have considerable contacts at my disposal. no further contact as of NOW!

June 9, 2014 at 6:36 pm

Admin Says:

Therysa,
I am sorry that this has happened. However, we are only a review site and do not have any connection with sales. Please contact Avesil customer support with your complaint.

July 14, 2014 at 11:25 am

Alicia Says:

I have tried this product, that did not work, and it made me sick. So, when I asked where to send it back to they offered to give me an email at where to send it. Saying it would take up to 2 weeks. I waited and all I got was a charge of $90. I cant get a full refund because I didn’t call back. I did receive a refund of $60 but it wasn’t worth the hassle. DO NOT TRY THIS PRODUCT!!! It sucked and so did the customer service. I have posted this on my facebook for all my friends and for all there friends. I hope your proud of your service. I know I am not.

June 27, 2014 at 1:29 pm

Penney Bayer Says:

I canceled my trial but I’ve never gotten my $89.95 refund.

July 17, 2014 at 4:24 pm

Kim Mardis Says:

I would order this product but I do not like how they only offer you to be able to purchase if you give them permission to automatically start charging your credit card a monthly fee. More people might would order this product if you didn’t have your purchase options set up this way. I would rather pay full price for it then to have to be automatically enrolled for you to deduct it out of my account. This is just like one of those magazine or music subscriptions that you will have problems canceling and I am not going through that just to try your product. If you change your policy and allow people to purchase your product without trying to enroll them in something they don’t even know if they like then I will definitely order your product but until then I will continue to look for some other product without all the hassle.

August 12, 2014 at 1:31 pm

herb wilson Says:

I am sending my suppy back after reading warning about your tricking people into trying a free sample but it is not free you get charge $89.00 for it, You are just crooks on the internet and I hope you get busted for consumer fraud and deceptive advertising

September 29, 2014 at 1:49 pm

Admin Says:

Herb,
We are just a review site and do not actually sell the product. Hope that you get your money back.

October 8, 2014 at 10:50 am

JOANN Says:

My husband ordered this for me without researching. The order was processed and took 15 days to arrive…the day after the free trial ended. Went online to cancel and it wanted zip code and last 4 of credit card which I don’t have since it is my husbands and of course it said that I am now signed up for the automatic renewal. Yes it definitely is false advertising to its fullest. I am going to keep and try but 89.95 is expensive but anyone wanting to lose weight is willing to pay….

October 21, 2014 at 4:27 pm

Carolyn Andrews Says:

Please be aware that there is no free trial with this product. I was charged the 3.95 shipping and my 14 days are up as of yesterday, however I only got the product 7 days ago. I was immediately charged for the bottle of pills I just received 7 days ago. This is a scam. I cancelled today, but have been charged 89.00 first thing this morning. Don’t order this product…with business practices such as this I’m sure it doesn’t work.

October 29, 2014 at 8:48 am

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