Last updated on October 26th, 2020 at 05:57 pm
French Wine For A Flat Belly$37.00
Author identity and qualifications1.0/10
Scientific basis of program4.0/10
Presentation of program0.0/10
- Cheap price
- Testimonial photos are not found anywhere else on the web
- Author is unverifiable
- Owned by company behind numerous health scams
- Scammy advertising, copies the same backstory of another scam
- Twists scientific research to deceive people
- Contains no new information worth paying for
Is French Wine For A Flat Belly by ‘Tom Newman’ a scam or not? Based on my investigation and available evidence, I have cause to believe that it is a well-optimized fraudulent product designed to pass Contra Health Scam’s standards. In this review you will find out what I mean, and the reasons why you should NOT spend your money on this product!
Created in January 2017, French Wine for a Flat Belly (aka Flat Belly Revolution) claims to have ‘stumbled upon the biggest breakthrough in the history of weight loss.’ This supposed ‘breakthrough’ enabled his 47-year old obese, stroke-stricken, prediabetic, hypertensive, suicidal sister ‘Sarah’ to lose ‘2 pounds of belly fat overnight, 11 pounds in her first week, a whopping 47 pounds of weight in just 30 days, and reverse all of her health problems, permanently. Now what is this miraculous ‘breakthrough’? French wine!
Anyway, let’s immediately talk about the reasons why French Wine For A Flat Belly is a scammy program you must avoid:
1. Tom Newman is Unverifiable (Does NOT Exist)
The man in the video calling himself Tom Newman claims he’s a Second Iraq War vet who took part in ‘Operation Iraq Freedom and the capture of Saddam Hussein.’ Now he’s a ‘renowned’ weight loss ‘expert’ and a ‘personal trainer’ who has helped transform thousands of lives. However, I couldn’t find anything to verify his claims. For a ‘renowned weight loss expert’, he seems to not have a single social media presence or even articles from authoritative health and fitness sites. And it gets worse.
Take a look at the faces of ‘Tom Newman.’
The photo on the left is that of the man posing in the video as Tom Newman on FlatBellyRevolution.com. The middle and right photos are the same. The middle one was taken from an older version of the site, while the right one used to be on the text version of the site.
As you can clearly see, the man talking in the video does NOT look like the supposed actual photos of Newman. This clearly proves that he’s nothing but a paid spokesman reading a script from a teleprompter.
Now I traced the middle and right photos, and they don’t seem to be stock or stolen photos. So why do I claim that Tom Newman is an unverifiable person? Read on.
2. Backstory Similar To Known Scam Flat Belly Overnight
Read the backstory of weight loss scam Flat Belly Overnight and compare it with that of French Wine For A Flat Belly and you’ll quickly notice that they are similar. For instance:
- In Flat Belly Overnight, ‘Amy’ was fat-shamed by her husband exactly like Sarah;
- Amy is 47-years old just like Sarah;
- Amy was diagnosed with the same diseases as Sarah;
- Amy almost committed suicide just like Sarah;
- Amy’s brother Andrew was the one who rescued her from her suicide attempt, exactly like Tom rescued Sarah;
- The rescue led Andrew to discover ‘the biggest breakthrough in the history of weight loss,’ exactly like Tom.
So as you can see, the author of French Wine For A Flat Belly copied the bogus backstory of Flat Belly Overnight, tweaked it a bit and sold it as his own true life story. If that doesn’t raise a red flag to you, don’t worry, I still got some evidence left:
3. Program is Owned And Marketed by A Company Behind Known Scams
My investigation led me to the affiliate page of French Wine For A Flat Belly, where I discovered that it was owned and marketed by a company calling itself Spark Health Media. Honestly speaking, I wasn’t ready for what I discovered: This company is behind some of the most popular scams exposed by Contra Health Scam!
Here they are:
- Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy
- Dr. Channing’s Blood Pressure Protocol
- ED Conqueror
- Diabetes Destroyer
- Fat Burning Bible
Now while it is possible that the company may not know that they are marketing scams, it’s still not going to help the fact that they are profiting from them. So yeah…
4. Contains NO Original Information Worth Paying For
I took a quick look at French Wine For A Flat Belly ebook, and it is full of generic information that is of no interest to someone trying to lose weight. On top of that, I couldn’t find any original stuff inside to warrant your spending your money on it.
The short summary of the useful stuff in the book is that French wine contains four natural chemicals. One of these compounds – ellagic acid – was found to slow down growth of existing fat cells formation of new ones. This finding was made by researchers at Oregon State University, and they concluded that consuming red wine or dark-colored grapes may help prevent weight gain. But Neil Shay, a co-author of the report, warned that this finding was NOT a ‘weight loss miracle.’ Instead, he categorically stated, ‘We didn’t find, and we didn’t expect to, that these compounds would improve body weight.’
So as you can see, this disclaimer by Shay completely rubbishes Tom Newman’s claim that he has found ‘the biggest breakthrough in the history of weight loss.’ To make matters worse, the information he is trying to sell is already available for free online. And as you may have realized, there is absolutely NO evidence that you’ll lose pounds of fat by just drinking French wine full of ellagic acid!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY French Wine For A Flat Belly (Flat Belly Revolution). It is a SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: FlatBellyRevolution.com
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