About Fat Diminisher System

Created by Wes Virgin, the Fat Diminisher System claims to be a fat melting system that is scientifically proven to rapidly and permanently melt away every chunk of fat off your body, while improving your vitality, boosting your energy, increasing your sex drive, and even reducing your genetic age by at least 10 years, all in just a few short weeks.

According to Wes, the Fat Diminisher System works by providing you with a complete list of herbs and minerals, that when taken in a very specific order, will diminish 10% of all body fat for anyone over the age of 30 in a matter of weeks, while also removing toxins, free radicals, and heavy metals from your body. All of which will reset your metabolism, turbocharge your weight loss, and shrink your waist.

As a result, Wes claims that the Fat Diminisher System will help you feel young again, get better sleep, reduce sickness (and even serious conditions like cancer and diabetes), and reduce your cholesterol, without surgery, pills, or butt-busting workouts. What’s more, the Fat Diminisher System is claimed to work for any age, body type, or state of physical health.

But is this really what you can expect from the Fat Diminisher System, or is it all based around nothing more than hype? Consider the following:

Who is Wes Virgin?

Outside of websites directly related to the Fat Diminisher System, there weren’t any online results for Wes Virgin—at least none that would support his back story.

As such, Wes Virgin appears to either 1) be a pseudonym for a real individual, or 2) a completely made up person used to make the Fat Diminisher System sound more legitimate.

Is the Fat Diminisher System Scientifically Proven?

According to the Fat Diminisher System’s online video, the program is scientifically proven based on “physiology and anatomical principles.”

Overall, it appears that many of the Fat Diminisher System’s claims revolve around metabolic acidosis, which Wes claims is where your kidneys can’t get rid of food acids properly, and subsequently, your “body’s fat burning process is knocked out of whack.” But is this actually the case?

According to MedlinePlus, metabolic acidosis occurs when “the body produces too much acid, or when the kidneys are not removing enough acid from the body.” And among this condition, there are several types, including hyperchloremic acidosis, lactic acidosis, and more.

Contrary to Wes’s claims though, “Most symptoms are caused by the underlying disease or condition that is causing the metabolic acidosis,” none of which reference the foods we eat.

Because of this, it’s our opinion that “Wes” included this term just to make the Fat Diminisher System sound more science-y, and has nothing to do with how the program might help you shed pounds.

The Same Old Story Line

Speaking of which, including scientific-sounding terms that often have very little (if any) to do with how they work is a staple for many of the online only, e-book based programs we’ve reviewed in the past, including Navajo Restore My Hearing System, Make Your Miracle, and many others.

Like the Fat Diminisher System, these programs also generally include the same story lines, such as that they’re based on some kind of unusual breakthrough, that these methods have been known for years but have been covered up by one industry or another, the author is unsure how long website will remain active due to persecution, etc.

However, the reality is that most (if not all) of the storylines are completely made up, and have very little basis in reality.

Will Fat Diminisher System Provide Healthy Weight Loss?

Finally, keep in mind that even if the Fat Diminisher System worked as well as Wes claimed (and based on the information above, we have some serious doubts about this), it certainly wouldn’t be considered healthy weight loss, which the CDC defines as 1-2 pounds per week.

Any more than this could cause more complications than it cures.

No Online Customer Reviews for Fat Diminisher System

At the time of our research, there weren’t any online customer reviews available for the Fat Diminisher System.

Instead, we encountered many fake customer reviews posted by affiliates, which are intended to appear legitimate, but are actually just filled with more marketing hype from the company.

Fat Diminisher System Pricing & Refund Policy

The Fat Diminisher System is priced at $29.99 and is available for immediate download as soon as your order is placed.

Important note: If you try to click off the page, a popup box will appear asking if you want to leave. If you decide to stay, the price will immediately drop to $19.

Like all products sold through Clickbank, a third-party distributor of electronic media, the Fat Diminisher System comes with a 60-day refund policy.

In order to request a refund, you’ll need to contact Clickbank’s customer service at 800-390-6035.

Can the Fat Diminisher System Improve Your Health?

Chopping to the point: As you might have already guessed, in our opinion, the answer to this question is a resounding “no.” Instead, based on dozens of customer reviews we’ve received for these types of products here at HighYa, the Fat Diminisher System is more likely to contain poorly written material based on research that anyone can find online completely free of charge—not any kind of “breakthrough” that can help you lose weight or improve your health in any meaningful way.

However, if you feel like rolling the dice on the Fat Diminisher System, you can always take advantage of Clickbank’s 60-day refund policy.

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13 Customer Reviews for Fat Diminisher System

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    This product is a scam

    Has taken the money from my account but did not give me the product. It is a complete scam, do not buy from this company or website.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 29 out 29 people found this review helpful

    Product review?

    • Kansas,
    • Jun 27, 2016

    I would love to review this product, however, my money, $37, was removed from my bank account and I never received the materials in my email. Neither did I receive a confirmation of this transaction. When I entered my email address, the last item on the order, my email address, was missing a letter, and I received an error message so fast that I could not either edit or correct it. Then the site closed and the only way I could get back was to reorder and pay again. I waited several hours, enough to see the money was removed from my account, and have been attempting to contact them, unsuccessfully. I sincerely hope someone there will monitor this review so I can get this resolved. I DO not have an order number, just the number on my bank statement.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 28 out 30 people found this review helpful

    Is it a Trick or a Treat?? Correct answer: TRICK!

    • Wisconsin,
    • Jun 25, 2016

    Even a high schooler, who took a basic consumer Ed class, could figure out that this is a scam, in about 5 minutes. I'd also give it negative stars. Really that video was quite impressive! I had only once before this, seen a perfect example of a mock-up advertisement that used every, single kind, of false appeal tactic created to will a consumer's allegiance to a product or "plan". This video and the Tai Lopez video about making more money, were perfect, and I mean immaculate in every appeal they presented. This is the only reason I actually watched the whole thing and boy was it comical. Although knowing after minute 5 that this was the definition of a scam, at some points I did feel myself wanting it even though I'm a healthy weight! It was that good! I mean they had, empathy for the mother he happened to see crying in a church for him to be the Saviour in her life.

    Next, they had him being qualified to talk about this because, he claims to be a military trainer (which is unprovable, conveniently). Then the fact that he said that it was backed up by a man from Thailand who claimed he knew the secret and whispered it into his ear only. Also that the herbs he researched in "Harvard" before he went to "Iran" happened to come from Asian countries that are acclaimed to be healthy. Then he made it seem that we were the only ones getting this information making us have a feeling of lucky to find it. Then drilling the claims of what it apparently did using the tactic of repetition for about 30 minutes of useless garble. Next introducing us to its broad array of "evidence" of its success. Made up of doodles of a woman being happy, pictures of literally random people who sat in a picture without even a shirt proving what they're doing, those darn healthy Asian countries, some before and after picture of random people, and the number of idiots who followed him. He made it look like he was an underdog who decided to go meet Ellen to help the people and pointed fingers at corporations for hiding his "miracle".

    He was even low enough to tie it to being Christian and Christianity just happens to be the largest religion. He made you think it was a limited time offer by using the time scare tactic. Then he EVEN OFFERED YOU and only you that day a DISCOUNT. Oh dear lord! I'm a senior in high school and I figured it out. Really this was a joke. It was literally just amusing to watch and analyze. Apologies for the length, but all in all watch out consumers or they'll glue you to their products and leave sad, depressed, fatter, and bankrupt!D:

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 35 out 35 people found this review helpful

    Wes Virgin's Fat Diminisher

    I was so taken in by this product and as I've been desiring to lose weight and thought it an easy plan to achieve my goal. The 7 minute skipping exercise, 2x Fat Diminisher drinks and a somewhat simple diet to follow all seemed attractive. I've followed this for nearly 10 days now but I don't seem to have lost any weight. more like I've gained it.

    What I will say though is that over the last 10 days I've slept really well. I have gall stones and was in constant pains as well as back pain. But over the last 10 days I have been pain free. I don't know if there is a link to the Fat Diminisher smoothies I am taking, which are fruit and the 3 super foods mixed as recommended by Wes Virgin (wheatgrass, spirulina and cacao). Worried though that I could be over-dosing on this stuff, what happens when I come off it?

    What I was most upset about was the fraudulent re-billing that Wes Virgin activated on my card which I used to purchase the Fat Diminisher system. A few days after purchasing this product, I was re-billed £41.02 which was a recurring charge for every month for Wes Virgin Inner Circle Coaching. I did not order this product. Why would I want Wes to coach me? I had somewhat figured out he was a scammer and was not going to purchase anything more from him.

    When I tried to get a refund, his office told me I wasn't due a refund and there was nothing they could do about it. I was so upset that I wrote a lot of messages on Wes' Facebook, he didn't like it and blocked me. Eventually I asked my bank to block any future requests from Wes and I am still in the process of trying to get my refund from ClickBank​ for £41.02. In my opinion, Wes Virgin is not only a scammer but will try to fraudulently get money from poor unsuspecting people. Stay away from this guy - he's full of nonsense.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 39 out 40 people found this review helpful

    Blah, blah, blah for 30 minutes.

    This advertisement caused me to make a promise to myself. NEVER again will I listen to an advertisement that natters on for 30 minutes before they even begin to tell you what they are selling. From now on you have two minutes to tell me what product you are selling. If I still do not know what you are selling in two minutes you're GONE. Didn't buy the product. I am a RN and it sounds like bunk, especially the acidosis part.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 143 out 149 people found this review helpful

    This is quite hilarious

    • Omaha,
    • Mar 15, 2016

    I'm an RN. If it smells like crap, well... you know. Food acids, really? Let's get a few things straightened out here Wes Virgin. (Your name sucks like a Dyson.) High blood pressure and Diabetes Type I &II cause renal (kidney) failure, which in turn leads to metabolic acidosis. Interestingly all of the end stage renal disease patients I have cared for were skin and bones. Far from the obese 40% BMI you speak of. Your foods may cause a slight shift in blood pH but can not disturb it drastically if your kidneys are working properly. Normal blood pH is 7.2, if I remember correctly. So blood should be slightly alkalotic. Healthy foods like vegetables can help maintain this perfect 7.2 blood pH. When your kidneys fail and you forget to go to your dialysis appointment your pH starts to go down below 7 which is defined as acidosis. The electrical potential of the nervous system is then disturbed by this low pH. As the number goes down further to lets say 6.5 or below, you start having nerve condition problems that lead to heart palpitations or arrhythmias. Possibly a heart attack if you are not yet already in the Emergency Room.

    Point is -- medical problems cause acidosis not foods. Lung disease can cause respiratory acidosis as well. Look up carbonic anhydrase equation. Again it's a medical problem that leads to acidosis. Not foods. Although some foods can help induce slight alkalinity. No food will actually cause acidosis. Make sense? If you really want to lose weight buy a quality whey protein shake that contains casein and egg albumin and tastes really good, as you will need to stick to it. Drink it twice a day. Morning and night. Eat a couple small healthy snacks throughout the day.

    Supplements that actually work. Take DHEA 100mg​ 3 times daily. DIM 300mg twice daily and Virgin Coconut oil 1-2tbsp​. twice daily. THAT'S IT. There are a million other supplements that will make you healthy but not necessarily make you lean. I prefer the coconut soft gels 15 per day instead of the raw oil with a spoon, although it's cheaper. It must contain Lauric acid as saturated fat. Yes you heard that right, saturated. Also eat tons of Avocados. Same thing, SATURATED fat that burns your body fat and kills appetite. Good luck and as always my advice is free.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 150 out 156 people found this review helpful

    So many red flags it looks like the Chinese embassy

    • New Orleans, LA,
    • Jan 21, 2016

    Am I the only one who noticed the "vanilla white guy voice" did not match the pictures they showed of Wes? No, that is not racist, I just doubt very highly that that is his voice.

    And after losing more than 30 minutes of my life that I can NEVER get back when I watched that useless video, only to NEVER find out the two vegetables that make you fat (that was promised), not to mention the LIE that it is a 3 minute video. What? Does this person think we can't tell time? I am going to need therapy after all of this.

    Did get to look at the PDF - what a joke. Any idiot with a 6th grade education can figure this stuff out. It is all fluff with no real substance. Would never, ever purchase this - too many RED FLAGS.

    And I am going to do my best to flood the internet with information on this SCAM. People will lose on this alright. They'll lose their MONEY. They'll lose their TIME. They'll lose their SELF ESTEEM. And, worse, they'll lose their HOPE. Avoid.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Feb 7, 2016

      David

      I thought a lot of the same things when I watched the video, wrong voice and it was a lot more than three minutes that I will never get back. It was just going on and on for what felt like forever. It was just fluff and BS. You might make some money off of this scam but it won't be from me. If I'm going to give my money away I'm going to give it to someone I like.

    • Feb 8, 2016

      Tess

      Had to write - not so much about the Fat Diminisher System (fully agree), but to say how much I enjoyed Andrew from New Orleans LA response - screamingly funny.

    • Feb 22, 2016

      Elise

      I totally agree with everything Andrew says. And I'm also definitely not being racist when I say, I was struck by the disconnect between the weedy white voice of the narrator and the photos of the handsome and buff black guy whose voice it was purported to be - they are clearly not the same person. I think we can all see the reason why it's a slide show, not a film clip of an actual person talking into the camera, because then we'd see that it's not the guy in the photos who is reading the words. I'm willing to bet the photos in the slide show are stock photos purchased or taken from somewhere on the internet. The stories made no sense, and the grammar in the narrative was just awful - why would I want to read an e-book written by someone who can't even competently construct a sentence? And for that matter, why would I want to buy a diet system written by someone who won't even appear in front of the camera to speak to us and prove that he actually has a body that looks like the 'after' photo of a successful dieter? How do we know the diet worked for him if we can't even see him talking about it for himself? Even if you put the word 'SCAM' over the top of the product in big flashing neon lights, it could not be more clearer to me that this is not a legit product.

    • Feb 25, 2016

      Lexi

      I thought the same thing when listening to this video for about 10 minutes. I finally clicked off the page. Yes, I received the pop-up asking if I really wanted to leave. I don't think it's racist at all about the voice, as I was thinking the same thing. Most black men that I know have a lot more bass. They should have spent more time researching that fact if they wanted to sound more credible. Anyhow, thanks for the review. No, I did not purchase the system. Personally, I've been using what he called the "Beach Body bozos". It's been working for me so far.

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  • 140 out 145 people found this review helpful

    Obviously a scam

    All reviews except this page are fake advertisements. On YouTube, Reddit, everywhere! Calling themselves honest reviews then forgetting to list the 'bad points'. Was really confused but entertained by his presentation. He was a soldier/weight trainer and all the other soldiers were big fatties he had to help. Plus I'm sure Marjorie was a solder at first too, then he met her at the bus stop. Giggle. Please don't give these people your money. Eat more vegetables, don't eat processed foods, eat whole grains, NO white bread. Have one green juice a day and you will feel awesome. Look into #RebootWithJoe if you want healthy free information or if you need extra help they also offer support. I'm losing 2-3 pounds a week. That is normal, healthy weight loss and not B.S.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 142 out 145 people found this review helpful

    Purchasing diet.

    • Ballarat, Australia,
    • Oct 9, 2015

    Please do not pay any money to this scam. I actually paid $83 on a different site for the same diet through the same people and lost my money. They are so crooked that they will not even respond to emails. These people are just thieves in my book.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 169 out 175 people found this review helpful

    I want to give it negitive stars but...

    • Hershey, PA,
    • Sep 6, 2015

    I wish I could give it negative stars because this system is awful. All it is him telling you he's going to tell you something in each email but he never ever does. Instead you get emails unsolicited by other people/companies trying to sell you diet pills and shakes and other things that they say were asked to send on Wes's behalf. It's all a scam. I also remember when I watched his video it said he was so confident that you would love it, he would give you double the money back. That's not true either! SCAM.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 158 out 166 people found this review helpful

    Listen for the lies

    • Denver, CO,
    • Sep 3, 2015

    The video is based on tell the story 7 times 7 different ways. I do not like being deceived by a title, 3 minute video that actually runs over 30 minutes. Using scare tactics of a person with heart attack due to over weight. Sappy story about the a daughter and father. The story about soldiers running for their lives, when soldiers are trained to turn and fire back to defend themselves and the base. What cowardliness he demonstrated being trapped in a bunker only thinking of his family. The video alone if you listen and read carefully will reveal there is something being hidden. I have not used the product due to the video statements I found extremely hard to believe.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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