Is Sensa a scam or the real deal?
You might have heard about it on the radio or even saw it on TV.
The makers behind Sensa claim you can “shake yourself skinny” by sprinkling their tastant crystals on your meals causing you to eat less :: therefore losing a bunch of weight.
In fact, they claim you can lose an average of 30.5 pounds by doing this… sounds pretty good right? Well not so fast…
Let’s get to the bottom of this!
Sensa is the creation of Dr. Alan Hirsch :: an American neurologist and psychiatrist.
Dr. Hirsch claims there was a peer reviewed study by the Endocrine Society supporting the claim that subjects lost over thirty pounds using Sensa.
However, the Endocrine Society says they did not review the study. On ABC’s 20/20 news the Endocrine Society stated that, “they were surprised and troubled by the promotional nature of his presentation”. In fact, none of the internal “studies” by Sensa are confirmed by any respectable body.
And it gets even worse…
Besides the fact that Sensa doesn’t even work, it appears they’re taking advantage of their customers as well…
There are literally hundreds (if not thousands) of complaints online from people who have ordered Sensa :: with claims like getting billed $89.95 at least once and in many cases multiple times after cancelling their order. Others have reported that it’s almost impossible to get in contact with Sensa to even cancel their order.
The payment terms are a little tricky too. Sensa is designed to be a “Risk-Free Trial Offer” where if you don’t cancel the free trial after 30 days, you’re credit card is automatically billed a whopping $89.95 each month until you cancel :: and while they’re so busy telling you how great it is that you’re only charged shipping, they fail to make clear you’ll be charged $89.95 until you cancel.
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