Oprah Winfrey and the Acai Berry Supplement Scam

Ever since Oprah Winfrey featured Acai berries on her famous day time tv talk show where it was voted to be the number one super food, all kinds of chatter has been circulating across the main stream wire, as well as the internet, about this amazing little super fruit called the Acai Berry. Now it’s not just Oprah, Rachael Ray has featured Acai Berries on her show and a number of celebrities have endorsed Acai berries including Brad Pitt. Now what does all of this have to do with Acai Berry Scams? I’m getting to it.

Now, I don’t want to scare anyone away from Acai berry supplements or any Acai berry products. These products can aid in everything from weight loss to heart health, to increased libido. But the thing you need to be aware of are all of the companies that are out there praying on the good name of Oprah Winfrey and Rachael Ray in order to sell Acai berry supplements and pills. Now while 95{629041bc9a6ff041fc0b7c543548a1c0f13f59ea1b47b2bc21e5d68d30575962} of these companies are reputable – like any thing else – there are a few bad apples in the bunch.

What a few not-so-nice Acai berry supplement companies have done is to offer Acai berry supplement free trials, only to sign you up to a subscription that it is incredibly difficult to get out of because there is no cancellation button or contact information anywhere on the site. It seems people just see the name Oprah and they sign right up without first doing a little research.

Now, there is nothing wrong with a free trial bottle, nearly every supplement company does this, good and bad alike. The only thing you need to do before you sign up for a free trial bottle of Acai Berry supplements is to make sure that there is a cancellation link somewhere (likely the bottom) on the website. Another good sign is when the company doesn’t force you into a subscription but offers a one-time-purchase of Acai berry supplements if you should wish to go that way instead of a month subscription. So whether Oprah Winfrey endorses Acai Berry supplements or not, steer clear of anything that looks like an Acai Berry Scam.