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Joey Atlas Product Warning: Real or Scam?
on April 1, 2014
I purchased the online version and was shocked to find it was videotaped in what appears to be his living room like a home video with incredibly low production values. Basically, it cost him zero dollars to produce but he charged something like $50+ so I asked for my money back. That was months ago. I wrote them again and heard nothing back from his "organization".
I have read tons of reviews and the big question around Joey Atlas is: does it work or is it a scam? My response is that it works if a) you can put up with the boring, poorly lit, home-quality videos enough to do the routine consistently, and b) if you are wholly incapable of googling the same exercises for free all over the net and in every gym. So is it a scam? Yes and no. No, he actually gives what's promised: exercises that work reasonably well (I still have my cellulite but can feel the exercises work the back of my legs). And yes, it is a scam because his hard-sell techniques are really what he is successful at and if the products were based on value (not pushy sales technique) they would be worth 1/5 the price they are currently being sold at. Are they worth $10? Yes. Are they worth $50? No! You feel ripped off. And yes, it is a scam because when you ask for your money back they do no respond to you at all; I mean say goodbye to your money, you're never going to get it back. So if you can't look around at any other- I mean a single other workout routine ANYWHERE for cellulite or working the lower body, and have $$$ to burn, then his products are for you. Otherwise, this man is capitalizing on the desperation of women to get rid of their cellulite, is of mediocre quality, and has unscrupulous marketing and customer service.