F*ck Off Fat pills – Update

Posted 14 August 2012

I have previously posted something on this scam product  

I received an email from Steven Price promoting this product for weight-loss. I requested confirmation that he was not an agent or distributor for this product. He has not responded. But in his email, he pointed out that the ingredients of this product is a “proprietary blend on it the ingredients the capsules got caffeine, green tea extracts, gaurana, L-tyrosine, yohimbe bark extract, vitamin B3 and vitamin B6 in it 1 capsule consists of 600mg.”

Firstly, there is no evidence  that this product is no more than a scam. Secondly, if this product does contain yohimbe bark extract, this is serious: Yohimbe bark extract is banned in South Africa for it has a high risk of adverse reactions. Avoid. Resellers and distributors can be prosecuted.

More on Yohimbe bark:

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F*ck Off Fat pills

Posted 5 January 2012

This scam is being sold in the Eastern Cape. It demonstrates the psychological desperation in trying to lose weight – consumers will try anything, even if the ingredients are not known, the product is not registered, the product is unknown. It demonstrates the problem associated with a Medicines Control Council that is ineffective and cannot (will not) protect consumers.

[note color=”#feeca4″]If you have purchased this product, could you please comment below what the ingredients of the product is (we are led to believe that it contains a banned risky substance)

See: F*ck Off Fat pills – Updatecontains a banned, risky ingredient[/note]

This article was published in the Weekend Post of Saturday 31 December 2011

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