Zerona is a Scam - Austin, TX
Thankfully, I spent $500 (the first half of $1000)...
- 21 Jan 2011
Thankfully, I spent $500 (the first half of $1000) and ended up gaining 2 pounds after several treatments. I refused to pay my second installment and demanded my money back which obviously they're not about to do.
I did not eat more food or junk, and I did not "muscle up" at the gym. I watched what I ate and basically watched to see if this machine would produce any results. NO fat loss at all.
Here's the scam... spa's push the dieting packages and pills with the Zerona treatments, so I strongly believe since people are doing their own dieting too that's why they're getting results. It's NOT the Zerona fake light show. What a joke. I am watching and waiting. WHEN the day comes, I'll jump in the lawsuit to get my money back!
This is a spa and they are ripping people off.