Avesil claims to boost energy, curb appetite and burn body fat three times better than with diet and exercise alone. Although many users have not reported any problems with the product or made any Avesil complaints, there have been some problems with ordering and some side effects reported. Because of some of these Avesil complaints, some sites show a low rating for the product. This is why when reading consumer websites that collect Avesil complaints, they are mainly associated with cost, safety and effectiveness of the products, its rating is not very high.
Many Avesil complaints are due to their free trial and automatic shipment method of ordering the product. The first order is free, except for a fee of $5.95 for shipping and handling. This small amount billed gives the company access to your credit card, and then they are able to bill your card a charge of $89.95 every month, unless the customer cancels immediately. The Avesil complaint associated with this is that the manufacturer charges credit cards even if you cancel and will not take returns or refund the money, even if the customer offers to return the unopened bottle. Even more to this Avesil complaint is that the company bills your card after 14 days instead of one month.
Another Avesil complaint is with customer service. Many customers report that the representatives are rude and even hang up on them when inquiring about the charges on their credit card. This Avesil complaint shows up on numerous consumer websites and the people are generally unaware of how the ordering process works. These customers are unknowingly entering into an agreement that ends up costing them a lot of money, as some of the Avesil Complaints state that the cards are charged even after they cancel the future shipments. For this reason, it may be a good idea to read all fine print when ordering the product online.
Another Avesil complaint is about the studies that supposedly prove the effectiveness and safety of the active ingredients. However, these studies do not exist, as the same ingredients advertised in Avesil were not used in any studies. In addition, the other Avesil complaint is that the website does not give enough information for the consumer to make an informed decision and offers customer vague customer testimonials that do not mention the product directly. Because of the numerous Avesil complaints and the fact that it is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, customers need to proceed with caution.