The American Natural Superfood Scam

There are hundreds if not thousands of health drinks on the market., containing every plant and fruit you’ve ever heard of and a lot of strange sounding stuff, promised to be a miracle health supplement.

One such drink making a lot of fuss recently is called American Natural Superfood.

This includes Pea protein, Spirulina, Chlorella, Barley, Wheat Grass, Probiotics, CoQ10, Organic Vegetables, Organic Fruits, Cinnamon, Turmeric, Acerola Cherry, Flax Seeds, Chia Seeds, Cocoa Powder, Kelp, Milk Thistle, Dandelion Root, Digest Enzymes, Ginseng, Ginger, and Aloe Vera.

At least that what the label says and it’s about $60 per kilogram so it’s not cheap stuff.

The latest scam messages say


This is the typical fake shock headline which then leads into an explanation of the opposite.

It goes on


We have reserved one free sample of American Natural Superfood for everyone on our list

The problem is that people are ordering 3,4 or even 10 samples for friends and family.

So, we’re running out of samples quickly

Please go here before it’s too late and claim your free 3-day sample

If you don’t I’ll cancel your order and give it to someone else.

Some of the emails are just dumb Marketing and do have free samples (you pay enough for postage of course to cover the cost of the sample) but most are just phishing exercises.

I have no idea whether the product works or not, but if you are interested in a free sample then find the correct website – don’t click on a link in an email.

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