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 a scam?
Dr. Eric Berg is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Dr. Eric Berg legit?
First Dr. Eric Berg is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Dr. Eric Berg’s consumers?
There is/are 86 review(s) posted about Dr. Eric Berg and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Extremely High.
Where is Dr. Eric Berg located?
Dr. Eric Berg is located at 4609B Pinecrest Office Park Dr, Alexandria, VA 22312, USA. You can contact Dr. Eric Berg by dialing +1 703-354-7336 or visit their website drberg.com before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Dr. Eric Berg’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $1400 was the total loss incurred by Dr. Eric Berg’s customers.

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86 Reviews on Dr. Eric Berg

  1. Apparently literally anybody can write anything and call it a review

    I won’t be buying anything from Dr Berg now that his nasty little secret is out as I refuse to contribute to the so-called Church of Scientology.

    HOWEVER, this is without a doubt the worst review I’ve ever read. Nobody forced Anonymous to spend her money; she made the decision herself.

    Just the fact that OP chooses to say he/she was “pressurized” makes me pretty much discount the entire post. The word is pressured, OP.

  2. Dr. Berg is a healer and .the most generous man ..

    Dr. Berg is a hero.

  3. Phenomenal Dr. even if he’s a chiropractor

    He’s been an absolute help for our daughter-in-law with her type 1 diabetes. She had been to see conventional doctors and couldn’t get the diabetes under control until she went to see a doctor that worked on both ends of the spectrum, a medical doctor that treats all his clients with herbs and vitamins and chelation, then we guided her to Dr. Berg and that made her life so much better. He has taught us more than any medical doctor every would 😊thank you

  4. They dont refund anything even if it doesnt work

  5. I was shocked

    I was shocked to find Dr berg into scientology and when I herd when you buy his products it goes to support scientology very disappointed there are things we don’t even know about him that have been kept secret

  6. Pressurizes? Pressures would be the correct grammar.

    This website is dishonest. This survey asks to ***** rate the report (their libelous report), about Dr. Berg, but then to write an adjacent report about Dr. Berg. I rate the article ZERO STARS, and Dr. Berg FIVE+ STARS. His website gives extremely well researched information, and thousands of testimonies from people whom he has helped. STOP THE HATE!

  7. Expensive

    Been using Dr Berg’s products for about 3 years now. I was so sold in the belief they work. Only problem is they mostly do if the user takes three times as much that is recommended. In which case it makes what you do get costing a fortune. At one point I had set up auto shipment. Then decided I did not need as much of one. I tried to cancel. But the company said oh no it’s too late to stop what has been shipped, therefore they must still charge me. It was as if they did not care about my situation, but only their own overhead. Very disappointing. Now that I’m doing more research I can actually the same product if not better for close to 80% less than what Eric Berg’s company charges. His health information seems pretty legit though which is why I gave him a 2 star review.

  8. Dr Eric’s son

    Dr Eric’s son Ian made a video on tictok talking about how he is a fraud and a Scientologist, and his son is trying to get out of the church but is now scared for his life after speaking out

  9. Totally agree. Never bought anything from him but have watched hours of his videos and his advice is excellent. Notable that his detractors never refute him in any detail, because where offering spurious and false health and nutritional advice the boot is very much on the other foot. Even if Dr B’s commercial products or services are flawed, and I wouldn’t know about that obviously, I can’t fault his YouTube channel which is absolutely free and he doesn’t interrupt his talks with annoying plugs for product.

  10. Definitely a Scam

    Like others I was fascinated with the information in Dr. Berg’s You Tube Videos. I started following his Keto and fasting plan and have lost weight. So I decided to try his supplement products. After one month they never arrived. I emailed and called several time. No response. I wasn’t going to accept a non response. I kept emailing them and after two month they finally response with “Sorry about that”. I believe they thought I would forget about the order and take the money.

    Don’t order his products. You may never get them and if you do I agree with the other reviewers, they are not worth the money.

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