Akavar 20/50 Review
Editors’ Rating: 1/5 Average User Rating: 1/5 The good: It is relatively inexpensive. That’s all we can think of. The bad: Ingredients are not safe – contains an alarming 390mg of caffeine per serving, and customer reviews suggest this pill is a huge scam. The bottom line: We do not recommend wasting your money on […]
Editors’ Rating: 1/5
Average User Rating: 1/5
The good: It is relatively inexpensive. That’s all we can think of.
The bad: Ingredients are not safe – contains an alarming 390mg of caffeine per serving, and customer reviews suggest this pill is a huge scam.
The bottom line: We do not recommend wasting your money on this diet pill.
Price: $39.99 for 60 pills
Marketed and distributed by Dynakor Pharmacal, Akavar 20/50 is being touted as the “European Weight Loss Breakthrough”.
When visiting the site, the patron will first notice the wealth of typographical errors. That is a huge red flag that either the site is run with pure laziness, or the producers of Akavar 20/50 simply do not care about their Internet marketing.
More About Dynakor Pharmacal
It takes no time at all to see that Dynakor Pharmacal is a company no one should trust. Their website if registered to Western Holdings LLC which happens to be a partner / subsidiary with Basic Research. The folks at Basic Research are known to charge extraordinary prices for supplements in various different forms.
One supplement may be priced $150.00 a bottle and focus only on the “serious dieter” while another (the same formula) will be bottled and sold for $80.00 as a special deal. Dynakor Pharmacal produces Leptoprin, Leptopril, and Zantrex-3.
Another huge negative to the entire Akavar hype is the blatant case of lying. The company is based out of Wyoming. How can a product created by a Wyoming company be a European product?
Taking a Closer Look at Akavar 20/50
According to the Akavar website, the claims they make about the product are true. Or at least that is what they want people to believe. How is this for hype?
“And we couldn’t say it in print if it wasn’t true!” or maybe this “And we couldn’t say it on TV if it wasn’t true!” If you believe that one, I have some marshland in Florida to sell you!
Akavar even goes so far as to purport a scientific study that never really happened. According to the study, “AKÄVAR®-20/50 literally causes excess fat to be pulled from bulging parts of your body!” Oh, really?
The study focuses on a group of people who were given either a sugar pill or an Akavar supplement and told NOT, that’s right NOT, to change anything about how they ate on a daily basis. At the end of the “study”, 23 out of the 24 people who were taking Akavar lost a substantial amount of weight.
Money Back Guarantee?
The Akavar website wants the consumer to think they will be able to get their money back. But, as of yet, that is not the case. There is a customer service email, (firstname.lastname@example.org) and consumers are supposed to contact them for a refund via the email address. So, I did just that. Day one contact, no response. Three days later, another contact, no response. If I get a response you will be the first to know.
Your guess is as good as mine. The Akavar “secret formula” is only known to the creators of the product.. So, maybe we should head up to Wyoming to seek out the European secret weight loss ingredients? Oh, and by the way, if you try the product even without knowing the ingredients, it may not work (likely). You will want to get your money back, good luck getting that!