ConsumersCompare.Org is a Diet Pill Sales Scam Posing as a Consumer Review Site is a diet pill affiliate site that tricks consumers into thinking it is a legitimate consumer review site. It isn't. It exists to sell diet pills, specifically diet pills called PS1000. To be even more specific, the "diet pills" in this case are a diet liquid that you take in drops, like those magic health tonics that salesmen used to hawk in the old West. is a fake. It sells "diet liquid" for $100Since is really a diet pill marketing site posing as a consumer review site, it is not allowed to advertise on Google's search engine. However, the Bing Ad network hasn't yet realized that they are scamming the public, and allows them to advertise on their search network. The Bing Ad network displays ads chiefly on Bing, Yahoo, and Aol.

Here's how the scam works. When someone types in a search term like "Nutrisystem Reviews" or "Jenny Craig reviews," or "I Love This Diet reviews" the site displays an ad that appears next to the search engine results which says something like "I Love This Diet Review – Read Before You Buy!" When the user clicks on the ad expecting an impartial "Consumer Reports" type review, they are shown a negatively-biased review, and steered to their "highest rated" plan, which is PS1000 Diet liquid. coaxes its readers to buy the PS1000 diet liquid that costs $109 for a 30 day supply. The PS1000 plan also requires the user to radically restrict their calories simultaneously to taking the PS1000 liquid. 

And what if the reader actually purchases the PS1000 diet liquid and the weight doesn't magically drop off? Well, the company claims you can ask for a refund. But read the fine print on the PS1000 refund policy.

The following is taken directly from the PS1000 website, specifically:  We have added the yellow highlighting for your attention.

Before you return a product, please make sure that:
The product was purchased in the last 180 days
You followed PS1000 diet for a minimum of 30 days. You have to purchase the Silver Package plan or higher.
You must provide us a detailed 30 day journal of foods and drinks that were used during the 30 days while on the PS1000 diet.
The product is in its original packaging
You obtained a Return Merchandise Number (RMN) from us
To obtain a Return Merchandise Number (RMN), contact us:

By phone number: (866) 599-4240
By email:
Send the product with its original packing and the RMA number, along with a note indicating whether you want to exchange the product (and if so, what other product you want to order) or a refund, to:

967 W. Parkcenter Blvd. #361
Boise, ID 83706

Shipping charges

Shipping charges incurred in connection with the return of a product are non-refundable.

You are responsible for paying the costs of shipping and for the risk of loss of or damage to the product during shipping, both to and from PS1000.