Hypercet Blood Pressure Formula is nothing but a full-fledged scam and so you must stay away from it! In this review I’m going to give you all the reasons why you should never consider buying this product to treat your high blood pressure so study it carefully.
Hypercet Blood Pressure Formula has been around since April 2010. It claims to be a ‘100% natural, non-addictive herbal remedy formulated by our team of natural health experts.’ According to the product’s website, Hypercet ‘has been used for many years to safely support health and systemic balance in the cardiovascular and circulatory systems.’
Ingredients of Hypercet Blood Pressure Formula
Hypercet claims to contain herbs that ‘have been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years’ for ‘supporting’ the heart and blood vessels. However, we’re not told the names of any of these herbs. Instead, on the ingredients page and the product’s label (right), we’re informed that Hypercet Blood Pressure Formula contains:
- Malic acid
- Citric acid
There are two problems with this ingredients list. First, none of them are herbs. Second, calcium supplementation for people with hypertension is not generally recommended, except if the patient in question is calcium-deficient [NCBI]. In fact, one of the methods of hypertension treatment is the use of calcium channel blockers (CCBs), which work by preventing calcium from entering the heart muscle and blood vessels.
Now let’s go to the reasons why Hypercet Blood Pressure Formula is a scam:
1. Hypercet Blood Pressure Formula is Owned by A Shady Company
Hypercet is owned by a company called Pacific 298 Ltd with the address:
Q Tower 5th Floor
Loanni Condilaki 47
2. Hypercet is Part of a HUGE Scam Empire!
The name Pacific 298 Ltd and the above address has been used to register not less than 900 websites! All of those websites market scam health products, particularly anti-aging creams and other skin care products.
Have a look at the list of the scam websites here. As you can see, all of them are registered by some dude named ‘Domain Admin.’
3. Fake Testimonials With Stock Photos
All the testimonials featured on Hypercet Blood Pressure Formula are fake because they are stock photos! Let’s look at all of them:
- ‘Greg and Maria’ from CA is actually a stock photo from iStock.com;
- ‘Mark’ from FL is actually a stock photo from iStock and ThinkStock;
- ‘Tom and Nancy’ from NY is just a very popular stock photo that has been used in hundreds of websites from around the world.
4. NOT A Free Trial, Shady Pricing
The pricing plan of Hypercet Blood Pressure Formula is confusing. First of all, they ask you to ‘claim your exclusive trial today’ – a statement many might think translates to a free trial. But wait … there is NO free trial!
Instead, after filling the order form, you’re taken to a secure page where you’ll see the pricing plan. There you’ll discover that one bottle of Hypercet costs $39.95. There is no talk about autoship, but they mention that 1 bottle is a ‘one month supply.’ Translation: There is autoship.
5. Terrible Refund Policy
Buying Hypercet comes with a 90 day refund policy. According to their Terms and Conditions page:
You may return any item shipped by Pacific 298 Ltd., keeping the following in mind:
1. You should return the item to us within 90 days of your purchase date.
2. We do not accept items back that have been opened or used. Opened Items are Non Refundable.
3. Shipping and Handling Fees are Non Refundable.
4. There is a $10.00 restocking fee for returns per item.
5. You must obtain an RMA# by contacting customer support at www.websupportcenter.com
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Hypercet Blood Pressure Formula. It’s A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: HypercetBloodPressureFormula.com
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