Have you tried products from RealDose.com? We want to hear from you!
Today seems to be RealDose.com Day on the internet because it seems as though everywhere I go (including this site), I’m met with ads for this website. So I decided to look into RealDose to see what I could find, and therein lies the problem. Despite the ubiquitous advertising, there seems to be a complete lack of information about this site, other than obviously fake reviews.
The RealDose.com website is advertising “Weight Loss Formula No. 1″ which apparently has several obscure herbs as primary ingredients. The ads and website are both fronted by Dr. Steven Sisskind, who does appear to be a real doctor, but it’s unclear if his involvement in the company is as a paid spokesman or direct contributor. In my search for non-fake reviews, I found myself unable to find much. Certainly RealDose.com has plenty of their own reviews, but there’s no way to know for sure how legitimate these are. Fake reviews are a mainstay among new miracle pills.
Sisskind, Steven @realdose.com
RealDose Nutrition LLC
2710 Thomes Ave.
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
What makes us take pause is that the website is relatively new and there appear to be a wealth of fake review websites out there pushing this product. There is also a bombardment of advertising by Realdose.com, in many cases by affiliate marketers.
Most bothersome is finding a lack of balanced reviews on one site. We have yet to find more than a couple of genuine customer reviews on the product itself, which is hardly enough upon which a decision should be based.
So here at Wafflesatnoon.com, we’re asking anyone who has purchased and used Realdose.com’s Weight Loss Formula No. 1 to give us your opinion. Obviously, we’ll get some fake comments here, too, but we’ll try to filter those out as best as possible.
Let us know of your experiences with this product in the comments below.
Due to the large number of comments below, we have attempted to consolidate the discussion into a more compact format by including only those comments by readers who have actually used the product. We found that RealDose received 55% positive reviews and 45% negative/neutral reviews. See: RealDose Reviews: 2013 Update
Article updated June 28, 2013
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