Purefit Keto Review – In-Depth Analysis & 7 Reasons Of SCAM

You’ll find many reviews out there that are all about exaggerating how good the Purefit Keto is. How many benefits it has and how positive it will be on your health. They’re essentially doing all possible in luring people into buy that stuff.

However, in this particular Purefit Keto review you will have none of that. I promise.

Instead, we’ll not take any claims for granted. We’ll rather challenge them. And thus, we will have a solid look on all of its ingredients, benefits, as well as the additives and their potential harms. Furthermore, we’ll also look at the most up-to-date success rates to assess if people do at all find value in it.

Essentially, all of this to make as accurate of an assessment about the Purefit Keto supplement as humanly possible.

Meaning, my goal here is to create a review like no other – one that you can get all possible insights from. One, after which you don’t have to go on to other reviews and explore more. Therefore, if by any chance there is a section or aspect I haven’t covered but you’re interested in, let me know. And I’ll add that to the review.

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22 Replies to “Purefit Keto Review – In-Depth Analysis & 7 Reasons Of SCAM”

  1. Hello,
    I like your honesty. You are so much honest that you are straight forward from the beginning of the page and give your audience a clear vision about the pros and cons of Purefit Keto. Many websites only focus on the bright sides of a product and for that reason, many people buy a product that actually does not suit them. But u are exceptional. I love the factor that it not only lose your weight but also increases your brain power and activate ketosis. But you have also discussed the possibility of scam. Now it is easy for anyone to make decision.

    1. Hey, Radeet!

      I’m all about the truth, man. And that is exactly what I share to the best of my ability.
      Thank you for the kind words, they truly mean a lot. Totally made my day! <3

      Cheers, and have a Great One, Radeet!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

  2. Hi Matiss,

    Reading through your first section, Purefit Keto reminds me of when I fast. It lists everything I’ve experienced when I fast. The weight loss, the feeling you get when you do etc.

    When I fast, I do lose between 1 and 2 kg a day and I do sleep better and feel better. I also tend to get less ill when I do.

    I would consider using Purefit Keto if I reached my limit to where my fasting weight is stuck at one position. 

    But I would rather wait until the product has more reviews or at least more info in general from trusted sources. Your view on why it is possibly a scam has me wary.

    1. Hey, Ian!

      Thank you. Thank you for sharing that. It truly does remind of fasting. Had no idea that such profound and fast weight loss was possible through fasting.
      Other than that, I’m glad this helped you better understand all aspects of the product. 🙂

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

  3. Interesting!

    You have gone to great lengths to prove how this product seems to be made from filler and nothing else.  Also I find it strange that Pure Keto are kind of invisible to people trying  to do research on it to review.  

    You have probably tipped the edge of the iceberg on other products that are floating around online with the same incognito strategy. 

    Thanks for this revelation!

    1. Hey, Stella!

      Yeah, I’m all about the truth! And absolutely agree, the difficulty of finding the actual sale’s page definitely raised some of my eyebrows.
      Yes, it probably is just the tip of an ultra huge iceberg. But we’ll do our best to get them all in time. 🙂

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

  4. Ut oh not being able to find the actual home page is never a good start. Losing 1lb of fat per day sounds a little far-fetched and unhealthy I agree. I also agree that a more steady and consistent approach to weight loss is more advisable. Ouch, proprietary blend, things are starting to get worse. What’s in a proprietary blend? Arsenic? Bleach? Lead? We don’t know. Thanks for bringing to light the biased reviews that come along with this product. I’ll be sure to steer clear of Purefit Keto and will be checking out your MCT Oil link further instead, thanks!

    1. Hey, Pentrental!

      I’m glad this was helpful and that it helped you see Purefit Keto for what I feel it truly is.
      And I’m happy that I was able to overshadow the biased reviews in finding the actual answers.

      Cheers, and have a Great One, Pentrental!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

  5. With all this information, it shows how much you’ve gone in researching honest facts about Purefit Keto. Honestly, many reviews I read about this product was enough to convince people about its great work. And the benefits associated with it, such as weight loss, pain reliever, digestion, brain health, faster sleep, etc for sure are enough to lure people into buying the product. But your review painted a completely different picture. One that actually makes more sense, is more in line with the gut feeling of mine and explains it all perfectly. Thanks for this awareness.

    1. Hey, Stella!

      I’m delighted to hear that this was helpful to you.
      And I appreciate you sharing your thoughts on this. 🙂

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Matiss

  6. Because health and dietary supplements are booming in the market, it’s now being targeted by scammers. They would prowl on whatever product that has a high demand. Since celebrities and important personalities are endorsing each of their own preferred product, these scammers would do the same, posing important people as their endorsers just to gain buyers. 

    The problem is, customers are easily swayed with visual advertisements, fake testimonials and clickbaits. The moment they see those keywords that they would like to take effect on them, they will really grab the opportunity to buy the product instead of spending some time researching for nutrition value, ingriedients and side effects. 

    Nowadays, buyers should be constantly vigilant with all these fake products and scamming. Thank you for sharing your views on the product. I hope many readers can take a look at your article and be informed of what its all about.

    1. Hey, Missus!

      I sincerely appreciate you sharing your thoughts and view on this. Thank you. 🙂
      I’m happy I was able to contribute. I too hope this will reach many curious eyes.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

  7. I’ve heard about products like this before. I’ve experienced the fraud first hand. All they do is they create a good sales page to lure people. They make up the fake data and fake scientists to empower their product. As you well showcased, ingredients are non-existent or hidden.

    The product is always advertised as revolutionary or helping you achieve results very fast.

    Unfortunately, that is not how it goes. I am glad you also showed comments of people who got scammed in order to prevent people from getting scammed again.

    1. Hey, Strahinja!

      I feel that’s an incredibly accurate summary of how they make shady products like this one profitable. Though it should not be possible.
      And yeah, absolutely agree, revolutionary and fast results are what they heavily prey on.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

  8. Hi there!!

    Great job indeed. Writing about such scams instead of high profit marketing sources is better I think. You have just done it. It says health is wealth. But companies like Purefit Keto make it fun to earn profit by giving nothing in exchange. The 7 reasons you have shown will help people to be aware of it. Overall, selling products without label as you have shown in reason 4 is cheating. It is a rule to have production and expiry dates on the product packet.

    Thanks again for writing this article. 🙂

    1. Hey, Zihad!

      I’m happy to hear the article resonated with you.
      Yeah, without a label – that’s so random. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and opinion on this.
      Other than that, I appreciate the kind words. 🙂

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Matiss

  9. Hello Matiss. Thanks for posting. It looks like Purefit Keto is actually a scam. At least that’s my conclusion after reading the pros and cons. Probably some are trying to use it, but I doubt they will have the expected result. To lose weight, you need a lot of will, a proper diet and … patience. You can not lose weight tomorrow. Moreover, the body needs adaptation to the new diet.

    Carmen

    1. Hey, Carmen!

      I couldn’t agree more.
      And thank you, I appreciate you sharing your view on this.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

  10. This is a definite scam. The first sign for me that really jumped out is the Facebook feed. I mean, without profile pictures, that should really raise some eyebrows. But a nonexistent manufacturer to me is the absolute number one red flag, telling me to turn and run if I were looking for a product similar to this. I always advise people to research any company before purchasing, especially if they have catchy sales tactics. If you can’t find the manufacturer, do not purchase, it’s a definite scam. 

    1. Hey, Todd!

      I couldn’t agree with you more. Especially, on that running part.
      In that regard, I feel supplements that are made by some random entities you exactly can’t pinpoint is probably one of the worst decisions you can ever make for your health. Period.

      So, don’t do it!!!

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

  11. I recently started the Keto diet and I don’t know what the hype is about keto supplements.  My only thought is, that at the end of the day I am always short on fat.  I can’t seem to get the percentage up on the fat as hard as I try.  Now if they made a Keto “fat pill” to help with that, I would be all for it LOL.  Is there any thing you can suggest to help get the percentages right on the keto diet?

    1. Hey, Matt’s Mom!

      I feel you. The matter of fact, yes there is.
      MCT Oil supplements. You can get them also as a “fat pill” but I would suggest going with the liquid versions every time.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

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