Dr. Eric Berg

His fancy marketing strategy has nothing to do with the results

I visited Dr. Eric Berg’s clinic after watching his tons of YouTube videos and reviews where he talks about health and nutrition.

To be honest, I was intimidated by the way he presented the entire thing in the video and that was the reason I wanted to give it a try.

Dr. Berg also pitched about free consultation in his videos. So, there was no way to ignore such opportunity.

He runs The Health and Wellness Center in Alexandria. He takes every measure which is unethical to get clients and that is the reason he flaunts about the free consultation.

It is just a bait to attract customers and once they are inside his centre, he goes beyond limits for selling his products.

He pressurizes customers to pay for the overpriced products that has close to no effect. His treatment programs are also designed in such a way that it only benefits him and not the other party.

They have even monitored their reviews online and pay for posting fake feedbacks.

This is all because they know that only the positive review can fight the negative comments of scammed customers.

He offers expensive treatment plans and do not offer cancellation policy which is again a red flag.

If a company has trust in its product and is genuinely trying to help, it will at least provide a period to reconsider the decision.

However, in case of Dr. Eric Berg, this provision is not available.

When I visited Dr. Eric Berg for the overweight issue, he asked me to carry the list of foods and supplements I had been taking.

I carried everything as instructed and reached the centre on time.

They took my weight and blood pressure and made me wait for more than an hour.

After hour and a half, an assistant doctor observed my case and did few tests.

After few minutes, he started talking about my metabolic rate and all those general stuffs I already knew. He further told me that stress was also one of the reasons for my obesity.

He made me pay $1400 for 6 sessions and was adamant on making the rest of the payment. I was not prepared for any purchases but couldn’t help.

Unfortunately, I was not able to visit them on the scheduled date and wanted to reschedule the sessions. They never did that.

I wanted refund and made several attempts to call and email them the request. They ignored me every time.

I contacted the manager and he reminded me that the agreement I signed clearly stated that the amount was non-refundable. I tried to negotiate. That did not help either.

I filed my complaint with Better Business Bureau and the Attorney General office in Virginia.

After that also I received only partial refund in spite of the fact that I did not use their services and I was pressurized to purchase the plan.

Dr. Eric Berg is a scammer.

Is Dr. Eric Berg legit?
Dr. Eric Berg is not a legit business owner or provider. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance, and hence 89 consumer(s) was/were given a Dr. Eric Berg as a negative rating, and only a few left positive feedbacks.
Where is Dr. Eric Berg located?
Dr. Eric Berg is headquarted at Pinecrest Office Park Drive 4609B VA US. We do not have any affiliation with the better business bureau or yelp reviews platform. You can contact Dr. Eric Berg by dialing +1 703-354-7336 or visit their website drberg.com.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Dr. Eric Berg’s customers?
According to the reviews posted by Dr. Eric Berg’s customers, US $1400 was the total loss incurred, and hence the severity of the scam is extremely high.

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89 Reviews on Dr. Eric Berg

  1. Just baseless overdramatizised opinions

    I actually thought about some of these things myself, but after reading this I am convinced of the contrary, your review is nothing but accusations, your own bad thoughts and ridiculous speculations, not to mention completely baseless accusations..

    Who cares what he believes in? Also he is a businessman do you expect him to do everything for free without displaying interest in earning a buck?

    Point is that he has been both helpful to countless YouTuber’s and does what you pay him for, now if you are some weak minded fool that should fall for his “cultism” that is your own ridiculous problem

    As I said, I thought the same (especially since he proudly declares himself a doctor and a health expert, while he is technically neither by means of education) but your rant is just too ridiculous, seriously it goes against whatever point you were trying to prove

    Disgusting

  2. Your the dumb idiot!

    Just read his stuff! hes full of good knowledge your just the dumb one to not apply but pay and be scammmed AHAHHAHA loser

  3. Berg - an expert in everything!

    Please be aware that this guy is a chiropractor and not a medical doctor and is a supplement pusher. He post numerous videos on YouTube that are way out of his scope of chiropractic. He comes across as an expert in oncology, endocrinology, cardiology, gynecology, etc. Very dangerous for viewers who don’t know better. He’s already been reprimanded and fined by the Virginia board of medicine but continues to post videos and give advice on serious medical issues that he has no background to deliver. A charlatan in my opinion. Very disturbing.

  4. With all due respect.....

    I’ve watched MANY of Dr. Berg’s videos (and I find its contents HIGHLY INFORMATIVE)…….but I don’t support Scientology.

    By following those videos, eating right, fasting, and WITH A LOT OF DISCIPLINE, I’ve managed to lose over 22lbs in the last 9 months. I’ve never paid a cent directly to him (indirectly through YouTube), nor I’ll ever consider paying someone to tell me how to lose weight.

    I believe that he has the right to worship whatever he wants (and it’s none of my business). I find his advice very sound and it worked for me.

    If you don’t like it, stop watching him, and please……NEVER PAY FOR A DIETICIAN. Losing weight is not as hard as you think. You just need a little guidance AND A LOT OF DISCIPLINE to do it.

  5. DR BERG IS A FRAUD

    I have just found out
    Dr Berg is not a qualified doctor
    he is a scientologist and donated $7m to them

  6. Why the author says it has no results when we see that he/she did not even try that?? was pushed for 3 hours ? Ridiculous. They kept you by forth there? Tied you up?? Scammer here is the author. The person is the professional victim. THEY made it, I WAS PUSHED, this HAPPENNED to me and bla bla bla…Many ppl live this scenario. I never consider their opinions or stories.

  7. Dr. Berg is a Scientologist

    His son, Ian Rafalko, left the cult, and outed his parents.
    I loved Dr. Berg’s content, but have no intention of supporting this cult, so I unsbrscribed from Dr. Berg’s channel.

  8. Product way too high for Canadians

    I have just started usung the Adrenal package for about a week so cannot attest if they will work. For Canadians this package ended up to be 300.44 for 4 bottles of vitamins, a small book on Keto and an over rated meal app.

    I appreciate the videos and knowledge that you give Dr. Berg, but adding this to the Keto diet expense in Canada is not doable for most of us.
    Shipping costs of 75.60 is outrageous. If you want other countries to access your product you may want to streamline these expenses.

    This was my fault for continuing with the order. I thought the jump from 161 to 216 was the conversion rate. This was shipping, plus you have to pay 20.64 for Fedex. Plus another 6.82 for something.
    Be well everyone!

  9. Scientology is a scam

    Berg is a Scientologist. I lost all respect for him after the reports from his son Ian Berg.

  10. Blood test

    This person was waiting an hour AFTER blood tests. An hour is a short period of time to get the results and analysis.

Reviews:89
Reported Loss :1400 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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