Gluconite.com is an online supplement vendor. Gluconite is an “all-natural” supplement that boosts metabolism and energy, and staves off cravings, and supports sleep.
The Gluconite formula is comprised of vitamins A, C, D, and K and, zinc, chromium, chamomile flower, hibiscus, passionflower, tryptophan, Stevia, hops flower, melatonin, white willow bark, and Gamma-Amino Butyric Acid (GABA).
Gluconite comes with a 180-day refund guarantee, according to the FAQs page. However, the Disclaimer says otherwise. If you read the Disclaimer, it states Gluconite is sold “AS IS” and “As AVAILABLE.” So, there is no refund unless the vendor agrees to ignore ClickBank’s Return Policy.
ClickBank is an online platform, similar to that of eBay. If you look at the Disclaimer heading, you will see “Claro Nutrition.” It appears the vendor is claiming the manufacturer is Claro Nutrition. A Google search did not render results for Claro Nutrition. It did render results for “ClaroVita Nutrition,” a Canadian company that specializes in baby formulas, nutritional snacks, supplements, and cheese.
If you are not familiar with ClickBank, you should be. While ClickBank is a company registered with the State of Idaho, many of its vendors are running scams. ClickBank has an A+ BBB because it is accredited by no other than BBB. Its customer rating is 1.63 stars out of 5. In the last year, ClickBank has resolved 246 BBB complaints and 480 in the last 3 years, but this is an upstanding company, according to BBB.
Consumers should file a BBB complaint against BBB, such a scam organization. BBB refuses to file complaints against financial institutions – banks, credit unions, and other lenders. Just shameful. It appears the organization is not always on the consumer’s side.
The vendor utilizes an image that appears to have originated from a YouTube video posted on noticiasdesalud.com. The Health Radio interview with cardiologist Dr. Rául Pastor, regarding the dietary supplement “Framintrol”.
Made In The USA
The vendor claims Gluconite is produced in an American-based facility registered with the FDA. There is no proof of these claims since the vendor did not provide a physical address or phone. Hiding behind BBB-accredited ClickBank.
The website was registered on September 9, 2020.
Afterword – Gluconite Scam
Is Gluconite a scam? Is ClickBank a scam? There is no evidence to make this determination. You must remember, this is a ClickBank affiliate website. A Google search did not render results for Claro Nutrition, which is most likely fictional. No legitimate pharmaceutical company will go through the ClickBank platform to promote its products. Just does not make sense.
While it is possible to get a refund through ClickBank, it will only be with the help of BBB. There is no evidence to support the potency or purity of Gluconite. Just because the vendor makes such claims, does not make them so.
Nayzayerz reached out to FDA, regarding the Made in USA claim. Hopefully, the agency will initiate an investigation into the claim to determine if indeed, the vendor is being truthful.
The Refund Policy discrepancy is also questionable. ClickBank states there is no refund offer on the table, while the vendor says otherwise. It is important to note, all transactions go through ClickBank, not the vendor. So, if ClickBank says “no refund,” there is no refund, with the exclusion of a BBB claim.
Last, but not least, a legitimate pharmaceutical company would not need to utilize an image from another website.