Fat Killer is a diet pill distributed a Aliaz Cooperation.
The company appears to be based in Latvia and actively targets people living in Germany, the Netherlands, and various other European countries.
At the time of this review, it did not appear to be possible to get the pills shipped to the UK, but this should probably be seen as a good thing, because numerous complaints have been made about Aliaz Cooperation and the unorthodox methods they employ to market their pills.
What is Fat Killer and How Does it Work?
The pills appear to be designed to speed up the metabolism and give the body’s fat burning abilities a tune-up.
Other promised benefits include:
- Limits the appetite
- Burn fat 3 x faster
- Boosts energy so you don’t feel weak while losing weight
In a nutshell, the pills are supposed to help you eat less food without being troubled by hunger urges, while also making you burn enough extra calories to necessitate the need for the burning of body fat.
A full list of ingredients is not provided. This is not good because potential customers will have no way of knowing if the pills contain something they are allergic to or that has a reputation for making people feel ill.
However, the ingredients that are disclosed are, admittedly, very good.
- Garcinia cambogia: A fruit extract that provides the chemical hydroxycitric acid (HCA). It has an outstanding reputation as a weight loss provider. Garcinia camboiga helps people to lose weight by suppressing their appetites. It also disrupts the body’s ability to create fresh stores of fat.
- Green coffee bean extract: The chlorogenic acid provided by green coffee bean extract helps prevent the fluctuations in blood sugar levels that could encourage a desire for sweet food and snacks. It also boosts the metabolism sufficiently to support accelerated fat burning.
- Green tea: Easily the most popular diet pill addition in the world, the proven fat burning powers of green tea are only surpassed by its ability to contribute to an improved state of good health.
- African mango: Research proves African mango’s astounding reputation as a fat burner is built on solid ground.
There is no customer feedback available for the product, but plenty of complaints have been placed on European forums and scam warning sites. Many German dieters say the company ripped them off, and some of the comments placed on Dutch sites are particularly interesting. The Radar website contains a thread where people are complaining they received pills they had not ordered, even though they had had no prior dealings with the company and were not looking to buy diet pills. The unfortunate individuals concerned also received a bill. When they refused to pay it the bill was followed by threatening letters from debt collection agencies.
An extract of a complaint letter from one victim reads:
An example of a threatening letter reads:
Side Effects & Health Issues
It is impossible to predict what side effects use of this product may entail because a full ingredient profile is not available and there is no customer feedback. We suggest nobody use this product without first showing the bottle to their GP.
Purchasing Options & Considerations
With a cost of over £70 per bottle, Fat Killer is not cheap and it is very hard to buy if you are living in the UK.
There is no money back guarantee.
The Bottom Line
Fat Killer contains some good ingredients that can help people to lose weight, but the quantities involved are not known. It is also possible the blend may contain undisclosed ingredients of a more dubious nature.
No notes on dosage are provided, there have been countless complaints about the manufacturer, the product is extremely expensive and there is no money back guarantee. Does any of that sound good to you? If it does we cannot agree. Nor do we recommend dieters try and lose weight with Fat Killer. Many better options are available.