Comments on: Liproxenol Max Review | Buyer Beware of Deceptive Marketing Health Science Communicator Sun, 14 Mar 2021 05:40:16 +0000 hourly 1 By: Rick James Wed, 27 Nov 2013 11:38:00 +0000 Hi Bill, great work.

JC Arnica really are unique…in the level of effort they go to, to create fake testimonials and websites.

And even to try and hijack your article with things like ” well, I lost weight so even if it’s fake, it’s the secret solution”

Say, Carol in the comments above, is obviously legit, right ?

These guys are the same type of people who advertise “magic gym things” on late night TV, targeting the vulnerable, and the gullible. (the networks take the ad money , knowing full well it’s a stitch up. Sad world )

Their website has all the hallmarks of classic scams – grammar and spell check fails.Obviously, English is not their first language. Which is strange for a New Zealand company.

(Although, there is a theory that they make the grammar and typo errors on purpose, to eliminate all but the least onto it, i.e. the easier suckers)

Keep up the good work mate.


By: Susan Mon, 23 Sep 2013 01:27:00 +0000 Your article is great and I have shared it on a consumer site… I tried Liproxenol…it has bad bad side effects and did not do anything but lighten my wallet…..shoddy company and devious sale tactics..stay away is my advice.This is a scam.

By: Amanda Wed, 12 Jun 2013 02:23:00 +0000 Hey Bill,

Great research! If only I had have seen this article prior to my purchase of them last week!!

I started my first pill today.. I’m a tennis player in the US and have come back home for 3 months to see family. I haven’t been able to exercise for 3-4 months…and still cannot due to an injury.

I will let you know if I mysteriously lose weight. I just wanted to test what all the fuss is about when I came back home to Australia.

Lets see if I can lose 5-10kgs without exercise and diet on this so called “miracle worker”.

thanks 🙂

By: Bill Sukala,PhD Sun, 14 Apr 2013 06:54:00 +0000 Below is an example of a sham spam comment I received today from a so-called satisfied Liproxenol user. A little investigative journalism has shown that this email was previously listed as coming from a New Zealand IP address and has been flagged as spam: The current IP address shows it’s coming from Australia now. Furthermore, you can look at the comment and see how spammy it looks. Who is going to write a comment saying “I was a desperate housewife….?” Seriously??

Submitted on 2013/04/14 at 10:11

I was a desperate housewife looking for a solution for my increasing weight. Because of a friend’s recommendation I gave this product a try. It worked for me. My weight shifted in about two weeks. In my opinion, this product works well.

By: Anon Sun, 31 Mar 2013 10:26:00 +0000 Their website is misleading. They claim an industry leading money back guarantee but they have contradictory versions throughout the site.

By: Bill Sukala,PhD Wed, 20 Mar 2013 10:55:00 +0000 In reply to Alexandra Hughes.

Hi Alexandra,
Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. Most appreciated. Yeah, I would say this is a rather telling case which, sadly, is often repeated by many unscrupulous companies looking to make a buck. If JC Arnica, the manufacturer of Liproxenol, was seriously interested in health, they would do things in an ethical manner and not resort to dodgy tactics like black hat SEO (creating false flag websites) and using obviously false testimonials (with recycled/stolen images off the net). These are the worst of their sort and don’t deserve to be in business. There was an order against them by the TGA here in Australia which ordered them to post a retraction on their website (which they have not complied with). You can read it here at:

Keep up the good fight against health and nutrition nonsense!

By: Alexandra Hughes Tue, 19 Mar 2013 11:26:00 +0000 Thank you Bill for your wonderful research and more importantly for sharing it with the rest of us. Without people like you there would be no way that people like me who don’t have your level of education and knowledge, would be none the wiser – except for our ‘bullshit meter’.

By: Leila G. Sat, 16 Mar 2013 06:53:00 +0000 This is really something. My husband told me about this and it’s quite alarming as I am on Liproxenol for almost 3 weeks now. I’m not sure if I have actually lost weight as I still have a week to go for my weigh-in. The curbs-down-the-appetite works for me though. I’ll keep you posted for whatever unnecessary experience I’ll have with this. Thanks for sharing the information.

By: Jill Mon, 25 Feb 2013 18:38:00 +0000 Hi Bill,

Well for me personally exercise has always increased my appetite. I suppose because I am burning calories while exercising it makes me hungrier. It’s funny because I was actually just reading yesterday how swimming increases appetite alot. People have to be careful because even though swimming is good for burning calories, it makes you really hungry, so you have to be extra careful and resist food after exercising, because you’ll be really hungry afterwards. Actually I did more readin and exercise can increase or decrease appetite – and it depends on differnet factors. Quite handy the Internet:) Anyway, i had personally never experienced not being hungry after exercising…maybe not immediately afterwards, but not long after I could eat anything…but it depends how hard I exercised. Anyway, I just shared my experience with Liproxenol and how it helped me, which was mainly the appetite suppression. Maybe it helped in other ways, but for me that was the key. Thanks

By: carol Sat, 16 Feb 2013 00:57:00 +0000 In reply to Bill Sukala,PhD.

Hi Bill.No, not at all. I travel back and forth.