If you Google the term ‘goji juice’ on the Internet, you’ll receive a bunch of hits for websites that sell this supposed miracle in a bottle. You’ll also get a bunch of hits talking about goji juice scams. When thoroughly researched you will find that while goji juice is good for you due to the natural healthy properties of the berries it is made from, you’re wallet is getting scammed every time you purchase a bottle of it from an authorized vendor.
Goji juice can be produced for as little as $ 5.00, yet direct selling companies sells the bottles for $ 50.00 or more. On top of that, many of the representatives tend to mislead their customers, whether on purpose or out of ignorance remains to be seen. There have been reports that representatives tell their customers that the product is cold packed so as not to lose the healing properties of the berries, that it is a cure for cancer, and other claims that have been scientifically proven and lack the backing of medical organizations. Some of the information that should be imparted to customers – like the effects of consuming too much of the mineral selenium – is not being distributed, thereby leaving people to research the ingredients on their own and determine if it really is a healthy aid in their life or just a juice drink.
Most health food stores and vitamin markets carry alternative sources of goji juice, such as one of its competitors. You can also purchase dried goji berries, and other products that contain it that are considerably cheaper and with the same or better benefits. So why should you purchase goji juice from a representative of a direct-selling company for an outrageous price while being misled?
Goji juice scams primarily come out of the fact that it is sold through direct marketing companies whose representatives are not always completely trained or informed about the product they are selling. And you have to take into consideration the fact that most representatives of these types of companies are looking to recruit you to sell the product. That in itself is probably the biggest scam surrounding goji juice.
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