Watchdog Approved Diet Pills

Rejected Diet Pills Video

7th December 2012

Video Transcript

In our opinion many diet pills are designed to scam you, take your money or possibly not even work.
We want to help you make the right choice so we use a simple six step criteria to weed out the products that don’t make the grade.
The first thing we look for when we're testing supplements is their ingredients. If the manufacturers don't fully disclose what's in there or the amounts – or the list features elements that we know can be harmful – we'll reject those pills.
We also need all the diet pills we look at to have clinical studies attached so that we can see if the claims made by the product are true. If they don't match up, or no studies are mentioned at all, that's another reason why we'll give them the thumbs down.
The reputation of the manufacturer or retailer is also a factor when we're carrying out our tests, and we need them to disclose a full address and genuine contact information alongside a reliable track history that doesn't involve any reported scams before we approve a product.
If any of these are missing, we can't recommend the product's use.
We always look for genuine customer testimonials from independent sources. These may be difficult for new products, but an established product should have plenty of these available.
Finally, we need to ensure that the product is genuine and isn't just an image on a website.
Merely existing isn't enough though – all the supplements we test need to have a money back guarantee attached so that you don't get ripped off and that you’re entirely satisfied with your purchase.
If you're unsure about a product, check it out with Diet Pills Watchdog for honest and independent diet pill reviews.

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