I spent HOURS researching Garcinia Cambogia to speed up a 10lb fat loss on Amazon. I started with bad reviews, then read good reviews. It took weeks to settle on BioSchwartz/SchwartzBio for their brand. I was skeptical of all the "over the top" positive reviews, but let my logic of, "Reviews are free and Amazon verified purchasers wouldn't lie." The box arrived and when I opened it, the TRUTH was revealed: A glossy, full-color insert with a notification offering a FREE BOTTLE IN EXCHANGE FOR A REVIEW. Grrrrrrrr!!!
Nonetheless, I took the supplements, as directed- adding them to my regular workouts (I was working against a plateau), and... NOTHING.
I posted MY review on Amazon, including the reveal of the free bottle in exchange for a review, but Amazon DENIED my review. So, it's SiteJabber that will become the unbiased review platform, even with Rodrigo D.'s suspect post...
Think about it, people: If a product does what it says THE FIRST TIME, would you *need* a second, third, or fourth bottle? By then, a person might be thinner than Kate Moss (Family Guy joke).
Not to get TOO ranty- but these "companies" rape the hell out of the environment, separate the parts from the whole, bottle them, and sell it back to us because we are LAZY. Too lazy to research, too lazy to note that the environment is reflecting our bodies and our bodies are reflecting our environment. We're a *mess*, and we let other humans misbehave, because we are naturally subservient and naturally aggressive. We live for hierarchy. OKay= I got on a tangent. Sorry. But THAT'S why we can't trust Amazon reviews. Stupid people will do ANYTHING for something free or to save their own butts.
Caveat emptor; that's my honest review.