Fat Killer is advertised in Germany, Switzerland and Austria where it is touted as a popular ‘miracle pill’ that has just been imported from the USA. It is now being advertised in the UK and USA. It looks like a scam but is there any reason why you should take this diet pill? We take a closer look.
The most important thing to know about Fat Killer is to avoid it. This is a shockingly bad and expensive supplement that comes from a notorious scam company called Aliaz based in Latvia. Many German-speaking customers have complained of being ripped off. The supplement itself lacks any adequate product information. This, combined with the false promises, makes Fat Killer one of the worst supplements we have seen in a long while.
Without adequate product information it is impossible to judge the true effects of this supplement. However, side effects may include vomiting, nausea, abdominal discomfort, increased heart rate and blood pressure, headaches, risk of liver damage, and fever.
Fat Killer is expensive:
One bottle of 60 capsules costs €79 (approximately £68.00 or $84.00).
Three bottles (180 capsules) cost €99 (approximately £85 or $104).
Six bottles (360 capsules) cost €145 (approximately £124.00 or $154.00).
We cannot say too many times that Fat Killer is a shockingly bad supplement. It comes with inadequate product information such as an ingredient list and the false claims of the advertising are a joke. Fat Killer is not manufactured in the USA and it is totally unknown in America – it is not the miracle it claims to be.
It is also extremely expensive and even if the claims were true and Fat Killer was safe and contained only the listed ingredients, it would still be massively overpriced. In addition, we found that the company behind the supplement Aliaz Corporation Sia has a proven track record as scam artists. The German-speaking countries of Europe have been the hardest hit by their various scam products and many people have complained of being ripped off in various ways. One major costumer website is uploading new complaints about Aliaz on an hourly basis.
Fat Killer is one of the worst products from one of the worst companies we have ever seen. It is a total scam so stay safe and avoid this supplement.
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Have you ever been to one of those events, like a wedding, where everyone assumes that a stranger is simply connected with the side of people that you don’t know? These events are easy to gatecrash as long as you don’t stand up and get too noticeable. Once you do this, everyone knows you as an imposter. Metaphorically speaking, this is just what has happened here with Fat Killer.
Fat Killer is weight loss supplement that has been on sale in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. It has been touted as a well-known supplement in the USA – the words ‘miracle pill’ are actually mentioned so the impression is that it is a hot import with a proven track record in America. The truth is that nobody has heard of this supplement in the USA. It has not been manufactured in America and it certainly is not a hot seller or ‘miracle pill’ that everyone is using.
There is no information provided about how to take this supplement.
Worryingly the Fat Killer bottle does not have a proper ingredients list, but there are named ingredients. These are herbal extracts and include African mango, green tea, green coffee bean extract and Garcinia Cambogia.
Fat Killer does not have a proper website for English-speaking customers. It seems to be sold via a cheap-looking blog site. We decided to look into this further and found that it has been attracting a lot of complaints in Austria, Switzerland and Germany where it is often sold with another product called DragonSlim Xtreme. We found that Fat Killer originates in Latvia – a P.O. box address in Riga is provided as the only contact address. The company is named as Aliaz Corporation Sia and has only been trading since 2016.
Aliaz specialises in health and beauty products and looks like a total scam. Since the company’s inception, it has attracted 193 customers complains on just one consumer protection website alone. These complaints are quickly coming in and seem to be added on an hourly basis.
Complains include sending unsolicited products, failure to post items, billing issues and dodgy auto-ship agreements. These complaints originate from all across Europe and are written in a variety of languages but the overriding message is the same: stay away from Aliaz products.
According to the advertising, “Fat Killer increases metabolism and burns fat 3x faster” and is “the best fat burner from the USA”. It “is manufactured in the USA and known as ‘miracle pill’”.
There is no evidence that any of this is true. We doubt very much that this supplement is manufactured in the USA. It is certainly unheard of in the USA and is not known as ‘miracle pill’.
There are some impressive before and after pictures used in the advertising, to convey the idea of the sort of results you can expect from this supplement. These images are undoubtedly of real people who have lost weight and have obviously been hijacked by this company to use in their advertising. We doubt that these women even know that they have been used in this way.
Fat Killer will not work in the way described. This supplement is likely to contain unknown ingredients and even the named ingredients are in unknown quantities. It could contain anything so this supplement is potentially dangerous. It has not been manufactured in the USA as claimed and will not have complied with safety standards or good manufacturing practice (GMP).
In addition, if you manage to buy this supplement online, it is highly likely you will not receive anything after they have taken your money. Every day more customers’ complaints are added to one consumer site we could find dealing with Aliaz. How many dissatisfied and ripped off customers are out there who have not managed to find a place to complain?
There is no exact ingredients list. However the ingredients named in the advertising are as follows:
If this supplement only contained the listed ingredients, side effects should not be a problem. However, as we have no idea just what it contains, side effects could be a real issue and potentially dangerous.
Side effects could include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18.
Avoid if you are pregnant, breast-feeding or trying to conceive.
Nobody should take this supplement; you should never take a supplement without knowing exactly what it contains.
We have been unable to find any Fat Killer reviews from customers. However consumers in the German-speaking world are discussing this product and complaining about being ripped off.
A website based in Germany reported:
Innumerable readers’ letters with complaints about a provider of dietary supplements for weight reduction reached our editorial office. The visitors of the website ‘c41h2.fatkiller.nu’ feel themselves swept over the table at the alleged free offer. The website is hosted in the Netherlands, however, and there is no legal entity for the offer. The ominous website tries to bring their products in Austria, in Germany and, of course, also in Switzerland to the men/women. Orderers receive a package from Latvia […].
It seems that Aliaz has been offering free samples via Facebook to German-speaking customers, then signing people up to auto-billing.
There are no guarantees at all with Fat Killer. This company will probably rip you off.
At the time of writing, Fat Killer is not easily available to the English-speaking world. The English website no longer display working links or a ‘buy it’ button and it seems that Aliaz, the company behind Fat Killer, may have given up on this one for now.
However, Fat Killer is still openly sold throughout Europe where it continues to scam people and it is highly possible that Aliaz may target UK and US customers in the future.
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