The Red Tea Detox
Part of a huge scam empire.
Author does NOT exist
Fake testimonials with stolen, stock photos
Part of a successful scam empire
Its scientific basis is incoherent
Red Tea Detox is a brand new weight loss miracle product by our favorite female ‘author’ Liz Swann Miller and surprise…it is a scam! Of course, regular Contra Health Scam readers already know that Liz Swann Miller has been exposed before as the phony of the scam Red Smoothie Detox Factor so don’t expect anything good from it. This review will be short but for documentation sake, let’s check out what this new weight loss scam has to offer, shall we?
Red Tea Detox was created in March 2017. It claims to be able to help you shed one pound of excess fat per day by reducing your hunger cravings. All you have to do is to drink a few cups of red tea derived from ‘Africa.’
How interesting. I’m African myself and Africans are NOT known for drinking red tea…
Anyway, Miller claims that she ‘risked her life’ for this ‘cup of tea.’ According to what I can glean from her utterly irrelevant story, this ‘African’ red tea seemed to be what saved her from the poisonous bite of a rattlesnake, which apparently jumped her while she was on a hiking trip with her husband to a ‘remote African village.’ During that time she was having marital problems brought on by her excessive weight…and the journey was supposed to spice up her marriage.
That’s all I can take from this boring, obviously made-up story. Now let’s go straight to the reasons why Red Tea Detox is a scam:
1. Liz Swann Miller Does NOT Exist!
Of course, Contra Health Scam readers know what I’m talking about. Liz Swann Miller is just a stock photo you can buy at Shutterstock.com!
What of the supposed photo of Liz and her ‘husband’ doing barbecue? Yup, that’s right. Shutterstock photo.
As I noted in my Red Smoothie Detox Factor review, this scammer is impersonating this particular picture model, using her face to market his scam. You can view all her photos here.
Finally, the before-after photo of Liz Swann Miller is equally fake. While we’ve established the ‘after’ photo as a stock, the ‘before’ photo is actually a stolen and doctored photo of a woman named Kelly.
If this doesn’t give you an idea of the kind of scammer we’re dealing with, I have a few more evidence to convince you:
2. Part of A Successful Scam Empire
The scammers behind Red Tea Detox are also behind known scams The 3-Week Diet, 2-Week Diet and 4-Week Diet. These scams are part of the most successful weight loss scams still in existence on the web … and it looks like they are not going away anytime soon.
Now how do I know about this?
If you go to the affiliate page of Red Tea Detox, you’ll see where it is clearly stated, ‘Brought to you by the creators of The 3 Week Diet and The Red Smoothie Detox Factor…’
Here is a screenshot in case they edit it out:
3. Fake Testimonials With Stolen, Stock Photos
Of course, since the scammer behind Red Tea Detox can go as far as doctoring a stolen photo and pass it off as that of the author, you shouldn’t expect me to believe that all those testimonial photos are not stolen. Besides, as I mentioned in my reviews of The 3-Week Diet and co., this scammer has the penchant of stealing testimonial photos from the web and passing it off as his own. So no surprises there.
Meanwhile, ‘Dr Robinson’ from Tampa, Florida is just a stock photo you can buy at Dreamstime.com.
4. Its Scientific Basis is Incoherent
The science behind what makes Miller’s tea a miracle fat burner is as incoherent as I expected. Aside from the overused weight loss facts strewn all over the presentation, the references cited by the presentation leads to nothing unique or special to warrant any claims of finding a ‘breakthrough.’ Of the 5 alleged miracle ingredients of the tea listed, only one was mentioned by name: Aspalathin. Aspalathin is a chemical compound found in South African rooibos plant. It is claimed to have antioxidative and antimutagenic effects, but no study has yet confirmed this.
More importantly, Aspalathin is found in any red tea made with rooibos plant, which is available at the grocery store closest to you. So if you want to benefit from the unproven effects of this compound, you don’t need to pay $37 for it!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Red Tea Detox. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: RedTeaDetox.com
Disregard all the positive reviews of this program currently making the first page of Google. Those are all paid reviews done either by the scammers or some uninformed affiliate who’s only interested in cashing in on a popular product.
If you’ve made the mistake of buying this program, quickly ask for a refund by going directly to its retailer Clickbank. Don’t bother contacting Liz Swann Miller for a refund because you won’t get your money back!
Alternatives to Red Tea Detox
Happily, there are other legit, cheaper weight loss products in Contra Health Scam’s Whitelist that you can try instead of The Red Tea Detox:
1. Trim Down Club. For just $1.99, you will get access to a lot of world-class weight loss resources from an awesome Menu Planner to tasty recipes designed by certified dietitians for eating away excess fat. On top of that, you’ll gain access to a community of people in the same weight loss journey, where you can ask the diet experts all the questions you want. I highly recommend this program so you can either join now or read my review for more details.
2. Eat Stop Eat. This famous program by nutrition expert Brad Pilon has been studied over the years by third parties and proven to be the real deal. The program is all about losing weight by correctly practicing intermittent fasting, a proven method of weight loss. Get the program now or read my review for more details.
3. The Half Day Diet. This interesting program by super-qualified celebrity trainer Nate Miyaki teaches you how to lose weight by dieting in the day and eating all the carbs you want at night. Get the program now or read my review for more details.
These programs will really give you the value of your money and will save you the anguish of wasting your time on a weight loss scam. So feel free to check them out.
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