Revifol – Another BuyGoods Supplement – Fake Or Legit!
Revifol.com is an e-commerce site, promoting dietary supplements. Revifol is supports new hair growth, according to the website. Another website associated with Revifol:
- Joint Formula No. 1
- Turmeric Curcumin No. 1
- CET – Daily Energy
- Advanced Probiotics
- Marine Seacret
- Metabolism Miracle
- Organic Fungus Nuker
- Sleep Aid
- Fat Flusher
- Lean Body Hacks Golden Ratio Detox Tea
About The Vendor
The About Us page does not provide significant information about the manufacturer or vendor. The Contact Us page provides nothing more than the email firstname.lastname@example.org. The founder, James Conner, claims to have combined research effort with scientists to produce Revifol.
Evidence is available to support Revifol’s safety claims. According to the website content, Revifol’s natural formula is free of negative side effects.
BuyGoods has an “A” BBB rating with 67 customer complaints. The high BBB rating is due to a paid accreditation, otherwise, the company would have been rated an “F”. The BBB customer complains are regarding false produce description, ineffective supplements, refund refusals, robo emails, and poor customer support.
BuyGoods is an online marketplace promotes supplements, e-books, software, and other wellness products.
Other BuyGoods supplements include:
- Sugar Balance
BuyGoods has a mixture of 1- and 5-star Trustpilot customer reviews. A customer review posted on October 1, 2021, claims BuyGoods failed to ship order. After several contact attempts, BuyGoods continued to put the customer off, claiming delivery attempt had failed. BuyGoods responded to the 1-star review with a full refund.
A review posted on September 28, 2021, made the same accusations, stating order was never delivered.
A review posted on September 27, 2021, claimed after 8 months of regular use, Sugar Balance was ineffective.
The website was registered on March 9, 2020. The registrant information is without from the public.
Idaho Business Search
A business search via the Idaho Secretary of State website did not render results for BuyGoods. A business search via the Delaware Secretary of State website validated BuyGoods as a corporation. The company was filed on June 20, 2017.
Afterword – Revifol Scam BuyGoods Scam
BuyGoods, the manufacturer of Revifol has a reputation of selling ineffective supplements, not shipping out order, refusing refund requests, and continuously posting fake reviews, according to customer reviews.
If the above claims are factual, BuyGoods hides behind a boatload of fake customer reviews. Trustpilot, BBB, and other trustworthy review platforms need some type of validation software. Customers should be required to validate their orders before being permitted to post reviews. This would not only help customers find reputable reviews and make better shopping decisions, but also, protect companies from fraudulent reviews as well.
An order validation would prove valuable for both consumers and businesses. It would prohibit companies like BuyGoods from buying fake reviews to cover up genuine customer reviews. Of course, there is no evidence to support the fake review claim.
The company claims to test its supplements for safety but fails to validate the claims. If you are interested in buying Buy Goods supplements, you should request a copy of the research in advance. The company should provide the research to customers per request.
BuyGoods’ prices are significantly higher than well-known brands. Why the significant price variance when there is no available evidence to support the effectiveness of BuyGoods supplements. There is really no justification for overcharging for over-the-counter supplements. Consumers would do better buying supplements from land-based health food stores, pharmacies, and retail stores like Walmart.