Trim Down Club is a site that aims to create a one-stop shop for nutritional advice, healthy living recipes, and additional health and weight loss tools. The site was developed by nutritionists and dieticians. All material on Trim Down Club is based on healthy living and eating through implementation of genuine lifestyle changes, and is focused on creating a club for everyday individuals who are looking to lose weight, gain strength and energy, and to generally feel better.
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Trim Down Club Features
Trim Down Club claims to use resources and applications that help members burn fat and keep it off, without subjecting themselves to starvation and other dangerous “extreme” diets. The site also claims that all available diets and exercises are tailored specifically to your body, and steer clear of significant dietary changes or rapid weight loss programs. No additional exercise equipment or dietary supplements are required, and registered members can share ideas and discuss diets, general nutrition, and healthy living through the online forum.
Members will receive the following resources:
- Trim Down Main Program
- Trim Down Cookbook
- “Yes We Can Maintain” Audio MP3
- Guide to Food Shopping the Proper Way
- “State of the Art” In-House Apps Such As Menu Planner, Diet Journal, Progress Meter, and More.
- Access to the Fat Burning Online Forum
Trim Down Club also provides free access to relevant articles and healthy food recipes for all meal categories.
A newly added feature is the ability to speak with a professional, licensed dietician via phone or email, where members can have any of their diet and nutrition-related questions answered. However, it’s important to note that there is an associated fee of $1.50-$3.50 per minute, depending on the person you select.
Trim Down Club Pricing
Trim Down Club charges members a one-time $47.00 fee, which covers them for life. Because the site is a Clickbank affiliate, all major credit cards are accepted, including PayPal, and Clickbank will be the entity that processes your payment. In addition, this service also offers the added benefit of providing a full refund within 60 days of purchase.
- One-time $47.00 fee gives full access to entire site, in addition to a complete set of dietary and nutritional resources, including online forums and direct access to professional dieticians.
- Open forum for members to share ideas and discuss diets, general nutrition, and healthy living.
- No additional exercise equipment or dietary supplements required.
- Trim Down Club is a Clickbank affiliate, which means payment processing is secure, in addition to offering a 60-day refund policy.
- There have been mixed reviews, including some claims that the information provided to paid members is available elsewhere online for free.
- Though claiming to have been developed by professional, certified nutritionists, the Health Disclaimer page states the site was developed by B2C Media Solutions Ltd in Israel.
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After reading their website and the great reviews, I decided to give it a go, particularly since the fee was so low. After logging into the site and paying my fee, I found out that I could not do anything except keep paying for add ons! After a few minutes I decided this is just a scam and have been trying to get my money refunded. I get constant emails from supposed directors trying a bullying tactic to keep me paying! I'm about to take legal advice if I don't get a refund within 48 hours.
just another con, never got any of the stuff promised, cookbook etc, just email trying to get me to buy untried pills and potions from dodgy USA pharmaceutical sites which i guess they own or get a kick back from, can't get anybody to answer the phone in New York expensive to call from the UK. i would recommend that you give this a miss only my opinion
Since joining the club I have been inundated with mails claiming the latest new discovery, a video clip to watch full of sales pitch and ALWAYS some brilliant new supplement to buy at the end of it! I am quietly loosing the will to live. If their medical science is so far advanced why is it that there is an ever new discovery... UNBELIEVABLE
It's weird seeing all of these reviews calling it a scam. The trim Down Club only charges $47 for a lifetime membership. THATS a big plus, compared to hundred every month from Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers..etc.
It's basically a site that gets you headed in the right direction for healthy eating. It's about balancing out the different food groups throughout the day, as well as portion control.
You get to create menus based on foods you like, or use their menu's that they prepare based on your dietary needs. You get to keep track of the foods you eat, update your weight, and join support groups. There are also many awesome recipes that are not full of complicated, hard to find ingredients.
Everything in this site is user friendly, informative and motivational. It makes shopping easy, meal planning easy & it's food that my family will eat too. It's not a "fad" diet, where you are starving yourself or torturing yourself. I tried a low carb, low sugar diet before this, and i felt deprived. On top of that, i was having to prepare separate dinners for my family. Anyone who is ready for a lifestyle change, and ready to make the commitment should definitely try it.
I had an email about the TDC and because I know I should be losing a bit of weight, I started to listen to the sales pitch. As the speaker was talking in an English accent, not the usual American "BIG deal" stuff, it sounded pretty genuine.
Although it goes on far too long. Anyway, I did purchase the ebook and it looked like value for money and well presented.
However, very soon I started to get emails almost every day and most of them had the long, long sales pitch with a further promotion on another product.
So, I requested a refund and they offered me loads of more Free stuff if I would stay. I declined the offer and still requested a refund. So it moved up a notch and the "director" emailed.offering. more goodies, I declined again. I was then told that they could not do a refund on line, but I would have to call the office by phone.
So I decided to email again and told them I would expose them on Facebook, Twitter and as many scam sites as I could find unless they gave me a refund.
I received my refund in full the very next day. So if you persist you can get a refund, you can also get refunded by complaining to Clickbank, but that does take a lot of time. To Sum up, the Trimdown club is very well put together with a lot of good content, you can also share ideas with hundreds of other members.
They also respond very quickly with their support tickets, and very friendly, so I suppose if you just wanted to follow the healthy suggestions without buying any more products which are promoted almost every day, then the site would be reasonable value for money
This is a scam. The advice is dubious and they take your money for common sense information.
The biggest scam since Pyramid selling
For the few people who have given good reviews, glad it's going well for you, but if you are ever unsatisfied, don't bother to ask for a refund. For the rest of us, we know now that you will be pleaded with to stay with them. The "director of customer services" is incapable of refunding your money - apparently he cannot liaise with the account clerk! and after several emails, each one more puke making than the last, you will be told they will be so sorry to lose you, because helping people is their greatest joy, but if you REALLY want a refund, you will have to telephone - from Australia? In the middle of the night? I REALLY don't think so. They bank on people like me giving up and I'm certainly not going to phone, but Department for FairTrading is pretty good with stuation like this.
Paid my fee, tried to log on to browse the website and couldn't even log on. I keep emailing them for a refund and as yet haven't had a reply. I have had emails asking me to try new recipes but I can't even do that because I can't log on! Total waste of £37, fell very ripped off!
Hi there. If you ever think of joining the trim down club - don't do it. I joint only to find out that the meals are rubbish and as I asked the next day for my money to be refunded they told me that I had to do this by phone. I send them another text telling them that I was living in Great Britain and that this would be very expensive and that there terms and conditions stated that I could cancel within my 60 days by dropping them a line. Still haven't had my money refunded. Think twice before joining
Why was I stupid enough to fall for this swizz?
I was actually Looking at Good Housekeeping's site, when I clicked on the wrong place and found myself in The Trim Down Club, thinking it was a Good Housekeeping dept.!
I paid just short of £40, only to find I was asked to pay more for recipes etc. I instantly tried to back out of this transaction - too late - money gone. My bank made sure THEY wouldn't be able to take any more out of my account.
I received an email imploring me to stay with THEM, but I said I wanted a refund, 3 times. More emails giving me a useless phone number. Still thinking I was doing something wrong in my attempts to facilitate the refund process, I emailed the very friendly sounding customer service gent and asked "where precisely am I going wrong?" No response.
Don't fall for this over-marketed hype. The truth is out there, and the truth will set you free! Why do low carb diets mostly work when everything else doesn't? I mean, REALLY do NOT work, AT ALL... Because they usually eliminate the one toxic ingredient that no body was ever designed to ingest. Unfortunately, this ingredient is found in nearly everything that is mass produced. It can't be avoided following USDA "nutritional" guidelines. And if you follow those guidelines your body's natural defenses will be dedicated to combating such overwhelming amounts of toxins and pathogens that the result is the potential for every known modern-day malady from CFS to IBS to Diabetes to cancers of all types (including childhood leukemia and others) suddenly finding your body to be a suitable place to take up residence. And the list of ailments goes on and on and on...
What is this ingredient? WHEAT.
Wait! Grains are healthy, you say... The FDA said so... ARE THEY? Check it out. Do your own research and use your own body as the guinea pig in the experiment. Google "dangers of wheat", "wheat belly", "grain brain" and arrive at your own conclusions...
I am not selling anything. Whatsoever. I believe that information is power and the more the truth that can get out there, the better we'll all be off in the long run...
I've done the research. I've conducted the guinea pig research on my own and, frankly, the conclusions are staggering, if not completely unbelievable based on what we've been fed for soooooooo long...
Do it. God bless you all