Since Oprah's announcement on her TV talk show about the Acai berry's health benefits which seemed too good to be true, there has been so much discussion on the truth about this "superfood". The Acai berry has been the talk all over the Internet, among other TV shows, radio stations and all other forms of media. After Oprah's announcement, other Hollywood celebrities including Brad Pitt started endorsing it too. You may ask how these may be connected to the Acai berry Scam. I will explain it here in this article.
I have no intention of scaring people off Acai berry products. In fact, I believe that these products can help people in many aspects including weight loss, skin rejuvenation and many others. The product alone is credible, but the companies selling these products are the ones to steer clear from. The popularity of the Acai berry is getting intense, and as you may well know, popular products are the ones that are usually the target of scams. Although there are credible and reliable companies that are into selling these products, there may be some whose intention is to just make money without delivering the real thing.
For instance, other websites who offer Acai berry products have offered free trials that do not allow people who have already signed up to cancel their orders. Before purchasing products, it is safe to do a bit of research first or to check if the website allows people to cancel orders whenever they see fit. Thing is, some people who believe so much in Oprah have a tendency to just plunge in without even checking.
While there is nothing dangerous about trying out a free bottle as this is done by almost all supplement companies, you have to always make sure that the company you are signing up with is legal and authorized to sell their products, and that they offer cancellation of orders whenever needed.