Better Body Co Provitalize – F-BBB Rating Scam

Betterbody.co is an online supplement vendor. Provitalize helps menopausal females maintain optimal weight, mimicking the natural probiotic thermogenic effect, according to the website.

About The Vendor

The vendor, Better Body Company claims to have an office in the United States – 304 S. Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89107, and another in Singapore – 469 Macpherson Road #02-01 368186.

A business search via Nevada’s Business Portal SilverFlume did not render results for the Better Body Co. or Better Body Company.

A Google search of the Las Vegas address shows a connection with physicaladdress.com and Letsdocitations, which has a 1-star Yelp review. The website has 16 1-star Yelp reviews, some of which call it a “scam.” It appears the address is a residential property.

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A business search via Singapore’s Unique Entity Number “UEN” did not render results for the Better Body Company.

Image: Singapore UEN

Domain Information

Betterbody.co was registered on March 16, 2017.

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F-BBB Rating

The Better Body Company has a 1-star customer BBB rating, with 18 complaints in the last year. The complaints are regarding refusal to cancel auto-shipment, shipping issues, foreign transaction fees, false advertising, no refund, and delivery issues.

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Image: BBB
Image: BBB

Suspicious Images

Better Body CO utilizes images from other websites. For example, on the top of the homepage is also found on Pinterest, Aurora Medical Spa, Anosmia, and Advanced Laser Skin Clinic.

Image: betterbody.co
Image: Pinterest

Afterword – Provitalize Scam

Is Provitalize a scam? There is not enough evidence to make this determination. However, there are several red flags that make one question the legitimacy of the Better Body Company and Provitalize. First and foremost, Better Body Company is not a Nevada-based business, according to SilverFlume. It is also not a Singapore-based business, according to UEN.

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Second, the loads of BBB customer complaints have gone unresolved for months. The authors referred to the Better Body Company as being “foreign”; “scam”; and “fraud”. The vendor has victimized about 40 consumers over the last 3 years.

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The website utilizes some no-so unique images, which is a red flag. A legitimate pharmaceutical company would utilize unique images, not replicates found on Pinterest.

The US address is a residential establishment and not linked to Better Body Company. It is connected to physicaladdress.com (BBB listing) and letsdocitations.com (Yelp). Letsdocitations has a 1-star Yelp customer review.

Image: Yelp

There are just way too many red flags to ignore.

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