Flatbellytonic.us (flatbellytonic.com) an online supplement vendor. Okinawa Flat Belly Tonic follows the Japanese Okinawa diet, promoting healthy weight loss, according to the official website.
The website does not have an About Us page. The Contact Us page shows the website as a ClickBank affiliate. The brains behind the supplement are Mike Banner and Dr. Tanaki, according to an Associated Press (AP) press release.
If you are familiar with ClickBank, you know its affiliate program is notorious for scams. While ClickBank is a legitimate company, many of its affiliates are not. When you purchase from a ClickBank affiliate, you can only hope your investment is protected. It appears ClickBank collects and holds onto your payment until your order is delivered. At least, this is how the ClickBank affiliate program is supposed to work.
ClickBank is a BBB-accredited business.
Flatbellytonic.us was registered on October 20, 2020, by Jay Rajput in Ahmedabad, Gujarat in India. Flatbellytonic.com was registered on November 30, 2018. It is unclear if the websites are affiliated, even though both are ClickBank affiliates.
The Okinawa Flat Belly Tonic has little activity with only a few comments.
Afterword – Okinawa Flat Belly Tonic Scam
Is Okinawa Flat Belly Tonic a scam? There is not enough evidence to support this claim. The website does not appear to be a supplement scam. But, it is a ClickBank affiliate. ClickBank has addressed 127 BBB complaints in the last year. The complaints are regarding unprocessed orders, false advertising, unauthorized charges, and non-deliveries. One complaint refers to ClickBank as a “conduit for fly by night companies,” which could not have explained it better.
A Google search did not render results to validate the manufacturer or its supplement. However, the website was registered by an Indian
Do not hesitate to file a BBB complaint against ClickBank if your order is not processed or you determine the product to be ineffective. This will definitely get ClickBank’s attention once and for all.