I got an envelope in the mail, addressed to me, for Zenapatch Ultra 2.0. I would give you a link, however, it says I can’t access that page from my Country. So, I don’t want to put any false information from any of the review sites that I can access.
Here is a picture from the information package:
My sentiment has always been if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is, but I constantly get suckered into things like this and of course it doesn’t cost much:
I’d be okay with option number 2 for 89.99 losing 28-56 pounds with 56 Zenapatches, but I can’t find anything on-line that tells me what’s in it.
My body can’t take large amounts of caffeine, it says it is all natural, but so is caffeine, there was a return envelope in the package and the address was close by so I went to see if I could find out more information, as it turns out it was a mail, print, copy, fax type of place that mailboxes could be rented in, so no information there.
I read a ton of the reviews, and some people really said that it worked, most of it said that it was crap, but my thought was even if I lost half the weight with the patch, then I would still be ahead of the game, right?
If anyone could give me their thoughts on this, and let me know you think, it would be appreciated.
I’m bad when it comes to these things, all it has to say is something like lose 10 pounds in a month, and I am totally suckered in, hook, line and sinker…I know how I have to lose weight, the healthy way, cutting calories, watching what I eat and adding exercise, but when I see these ads, it is as if I must try it and have it fail.
If you need any more information, let me know, I have a whole envelope full including testimonials…