BAIT & SWITCH BAIT & SWITCH BAIT & SWITCH BAIT & SWITCH BAIT & SWITCH BAIT & SWITCH
You will hear adds on the radio and see them on the website slim4life.com but they are blatantly lying to you! The add reads: Lose up to 30lbs in 30 days for only $30!!!. Sounds great! So you go there for their free 30 minute consultation and leave feeling like you were just swindled! And had they been up front you wouldnt have wasted your time because you know better.
They offer three plans. A 2-yr plan that costs $999 "but for you" theres a discount of $350 so you will only need to pay $649. A 1-yr plan that costs $899 "but for you" theres a discount of $350 so you will only need to pay $549. The advertised special price is $327. AM I MISSING SOMETHING THERE???? The advertised price is clearly advertised on their own website as $30...not $327. What's with the BAIT & SWITCH?
Sound like a ripoff yet?
During your free 30 minute consultation, they will tell you how what they do works, show you some pictures of vegetables, fruits, meats, grains and then dive right into the supplements that they strongly recommend you take. These supplements are special, meaning that you probably can't find them on the store shelves so that way they can make you pay more for your supplements when you have to buy direct from them.
Also be warned that the cost of these plans just covers a supplement package, counseling, and enrollment in the program. After youve paid them $649, $549, $327 you will still need to pay supplements every month or so. There supplement packages are around $100-$200.
They speak to you like it's a month to month payment plan but they do not offer that, you see, you are expected to may that massive chunk right then, right there!
The presentation on what they actually offer you is very lacking. You will not get a clear idea of what they do unless you fork over the dough. It is probably because what they do for you is nothing more than what you could already do for yourself. Eating fruits, veggies, meats, grains in the right portions is something you already know how to do. What they really offer is to rip you off. But I like to be buttered up first before I get ripped off.
If its too good to be true it definitly is too good to be true. Slim4life business practices are deplorable.
How about some honesty and clarity in your business?