Choice 1000 Caralluma appears to only be available though a large network of affiliates, who will often post fake online reviews in an effort to make you think you’re reading about a legitimate customer’s experience, when it’s just more marketing hype. However, at the time of our research, the company had only 1 Facebook like. Many of these affiliate sites appear to have been posted since December 1. And considering the short length of time many of these affiliate sites have been operational, we’re doubtful that more than half million bottles of the supplement have already been sold.
According to a “coupon” located just under the ordering section of the Pure Choice 1000 Caralluma website, these prices reflect a “mail-in rebate,” the instructions for which you’ll receive along with your order. In our opinion, this is a confusing way to do business. This means your upfront price for the 1-bottle option price increases by $10, the 3-bottle by $30 and the 5-bottle by $50. Consequently, you’ll be charged $9.74 per month until you cancel your enrollment. On top of this, 30 days after your order you’ll be enrolled in My-Healthy-Helper.com, which is a website that appears to offer a variety of workouts, and other fitness-related content.