AcaiBurn Review – Scam warning!

Acai Burn Slimming pills

Is Acai Burn another addition to the free trial scams? I thought so – Read this interesting review for details.

About Acai Burn:

Acai Burn is a diet pill which claims to have Acai extract, gymnema sylvestre, garcinia cambogia extract, chromium polynicotinate as its ingredients. All these are proven to be aiding in losing weight.

Does Acai Burn really have the above said ingredients in it? Does Aci Burn work??

This has always been a doubt.

Here are the reasons:

  • If you visit the official website of Acai Burn, you would find them explaining the pro?s of acai berry but nowhere the exact proportion of acai berry in the pill is mentioned. They are just trying to cash on the name of the super food. Moreover there is no mention about the proportions of other ingredients too.
  • If you want to know how the pill works in aiding you to lose weight, again you are unanswered.
  • And last but not the least, acai berry is a super food, but is not been clinically proven to be a weight loss aid yet.

Users? feedback / testimonials:

If you go through the feedbacks online from the people who have tried Acai Burn, you would be surprised to see, most of them are negative.

If the diet pill had in it all the ingredients they claim to have, there shouldn?t be any customer complaints.

Acai Burn ? Side effects:

One very important factor that needs to be considered to know its side effects is its ingredients and their proportion. But unfortunately, Acai Burn website does not disclose the proportion of each ingredient in the formulation.

Even though the pill manufacturers and sellers claim that there are no side effects as such, there are cases where the Acai Burn users suffered stomach ache, head ache, breathing problems and unexpected swelling.

Acai Burn Free Trial ? One step ahead of other Scams:

If you see the terms and conditions to order a free trial, you would be shocked to know that Acai Burn sellers are a step ahead of other free trial scammers.

  • They offer you some monthly newsletter type e-books and access to weight loss membership websites?? as bonuses (free access only for few days) and then charge every month $20 for the free bonuses that you never asked for! (To prevent this you will have to cancel both separately before free trial period)
  • A sum of $60 will be charged for the free bottle received on 14th day of free trial (starting from date of placing order). This hardly leaves a week to try the product and see whether it works.

Till you cancel the order, every month you will be billed for $60+$20 per month.

The weight loss aspirants all over the world are being cheated by the Acai Burn manufacturers and sellers. In short Acai Burn Diet Pills slims your wallet, not you.


  • Peter

    I have just recieved my free trial through the post. I have noticed they have taken ?7.49 from my account. This should have been a FREE trial. I’m not sure if I need to cancel any membership because I didn’t know I had joined any membership. I have stopped any further payments from my bank account and have filed a dispute for the ?7.49. If this is a scam / fraud has nobody contacted the police or even the office of fair trade. Looking at these messages this has been happening for some time and is still happening today. I feel such a fool to be taken by this company. I will now wait and see if I get anything from, which by the way doesn’t exist. The return address is: Atlast Fullfilment, PO Box 1417, Bedford, MK41 5AL I would sugest everybody wrap a house brick in plain paper and send it to them Freepost then see how long they stay in business
    Goodluck to you all

  • wendy

    i have been scammed too. absolutley sick. cancelled my card. hope that works to stop the thieving gets. bank was aware the scam is going on. why dont they stop it then. i think the house brick idea is great. lol

    • Roma Alliott

      If it was a debit card, cancelling it will not stop the payments going out ofyour account. You must work with your bank on this one. If necessary close the account and open a new one straight away.

  • Nat

    Hi everyone, sad to hear so many people have been scammed there must be something we can do, I cancelled my order twice and now have cancelled my credit card, does anyone know if i should close my account to or will it be ok now that ive cancelled my card??
    Also does anyone have a contact number for acai burn in Australia??

  • Roma Alliott

    Hi Everyone,

    My commiserations to you all from a fellow victim,

    My advice. Cancel your card and your overdraft facility if you have one. Your bank will give Acaiburn 31 days notice of cancellation of the payments. DURING THIS 31 DAY PERIOD THEY ARE FREE TO CONTINUE TAKING PAYMENTS FROM YOUR ACCOUNT! MOVE YOUR MONEY TO ANOTHER ACCOUNT UNTIL THE 31 DAYS ARE OVER. Ask your bank for a Fraud report form to fill in. I lost ?495 as I don?t use the account very often and they used my overdraft facility for 2 months before I noticed!!!! I feel like a fool but also dangerously angry!!!!

  • Karen

    Hi everyone, I too have been scammed! It is an absolute disgrace!
    I phoned up customer services (USA – I live in UK) back in July and cancelled. However, ‘someone’ continued to take monthly payments from my credit card. I contacted my bank and they told me it is not as simple as cancelling your card. If you cancel your card or report it as stolen, the card will just remain dormant, and this scamming company will continue to take payments from it! They can do this because we gave the authorisation to do so (which we didnt) and because you will no longer receive statements on the cancelled card, you will not know they are still taking your money, and befoire you know it, you will eventually have a big bill to pay!
    Anyhow, I have phoned USA again (several times infact) and spoke to someone from another scam company linked to acaiburn scammers. I cancelled whatever agrrment I was supposed to have signed up to, took a reference number and the ID of the rude man I spoke with.
    I now have to wait until next month to see if it has stopped!

  • Lisa

    Yes, I have been scammed too – I live in Australia and have been unable to contact AcaiBurn “Customer Service Toll-Free Number or find an email or postal address details to send any correspondence to. I have contacted my bank who’ve put it in as a Disputed Item, so hopefully next month there won’t be a delivery (although after reading all of your complaints I am not holding my breath) however I would still like to put it in writing to them – does anyone know any other contact details I could use.

  • dianna


    I have just managed to track down what once was known as Acai Burn or Acai Slim now trading as or scamming as I finally managed to cancel an order which I stupidly placed in November 2009, after my credit card was debited over $500.00.

    I have an Australian telephone number 1800 335 305. I phoned and the the marketer asked me for my telephone number with which I registered with and instantly confirmed my name and order number, she then promptly gave me a cancellation number, funnily at the same time I was on the telephone I found this web address and spoke to an assistant via live web support and again the assistant confirmed the same cancellation number which was a little reassuring but didn?t solve my issue nor did it put any light on the fact that I have returned two months worth of product (sent with a cancellation letter to P.O.Box 4440Milperra NSW 1891) and I have still been charged regardless.

    I was told no refund could be authorised without a tracking number, (perhaps I should have sent it by registered post) I explained that I sent it return with my order number and name address and telephone number surly from all that information they can cancel my order, no unfortunately not, I was told to take the matter up with email support contactable on; fantastic I sent yet another email.

    Unfortunately I can not stop any direct debit from my credit card as I apparently legally agreed to it when I ordered the free 14day trial, so I have made a written dispute with this bogus company with a return receipt and now I have a live chat log stating my cancellation number accompanied with my many emails I have sent to may different addresses and I am confident that this should be enough evidence for the bank to process my refund

    Finally I have learnt a very valuable lesson and that is not to ever purchase anything over the internet again.

  • Dick Desimoni at Acai Berry

    Great stuff. Perhaps a little off topic, but would you mind if I write something about this on my acai scam blog? I will of course, cite original source and link back to your page.

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