Niwali health products SCAM gets interesting…

With my article in my blog exposing the Niwali scam products,,  I created enough heat that forced Niwali to discontinue it’s marketing/advertising of the TestoBoost product (the product is still available on their website but all internet marketing seems to have been stopped…however on 19Nov2013 one of my contacts informed me that a new marketing for the product has appeared on Facebook, albeit excluding me…wonder who they are abusing this time?)

Their management team even contacted me in October 2013 and asked me if we cannot come to some sort of arrangement so that I take down my article on my blog and that we can sort out the misunderstanding.


So they mean, by stealing my pics, making up fake stories filled with lies (and let everyone believe I say it, thereby smearing my face and integrity internationally) and doing a major international marketing campaign, constitutes a “misunderstanding”….
Scary world we live in.

They even did a more ridiculous move and offer me $200 in cash and $200 worth free products to take down my article…all I could do was just laugh!

My blog article is hurting them because it is just below their main website in google rankings with search term: Niwali.

The hits on my blog, just for the Niwali article, is in excess of 300 people per day. This theoretically means that 300+ people per day will reconsider using the Niwali products and especially TestoBoost. That must make a HUGE dent in their profits!

Anyone searching for them on the web sees my exposing article/s and thus will think twice about ordering Niwali products. It might not scare of their old customers, but it is sure gonna let every new customer think twice.

Any attorney out there that want to make some money?
PLEASE contact me!

Gert Louw

Another interesting bit of info:

WWW.SCAMADVISOR.COM who provide detailed info on trustworthiness of websites rate a 0%! Yes, a zero percent!

See the following:

 Low Trust Rating. This Site May Not Be Safe to Use.
Site is United States based

Trust Rating: 0%

Last refreshed August 5, 2013, 6:55 pm
Number times viewed :144
Est Website Value :48,391.96
High Risk! (0%)
Title: Niwali Health Products – A New Life
Description: Niwali brings the latest advancements in health to the world: health and wellness products
Type: BeautyDomain Age: 1 Years, 208 Days
Website Speed: Very FastOwner: Andrew Fletcher
Owner Address: 20533 Biscayne Blvd. #759
Owner City: Aventura
Owner Postcode: 33180
Owner Country: United States 
Website Location: United States 
Read the comments on regarding Niwali, it is shocking. You WILL lose money if you give your credit card details to them. You cannot say you have not been warned: shady site, shady products, scamming people’s money, stealing people s photos with fake stories to promote fake products, zero percent trustworthiness rating, the list goes on and on…

5 thoughts on “Niwali health products SCAM gets interesting…

  1. They have been scamming me for the past 3 months. They are sending me in circles so that they don’t actually refund me for the bottle I never ordered and followed their exact directions on returning. Mid November I ordered a trial bottle of Garcinia and Ultimate Cleanse. A week after receiving it I was charged the full amount for the bottle of Ultimate Cleanse. I called and spoke with Justin Parker on 11/26/14. He gave me an RMA # to return the bottle of ultimate cleanse and told me I could try the Garcinia for a few weeks longer and let them now if it was working by 12/25/14. I told him I would let them know but I did not want any more bottles sent to me. I was charged $95.90 on 12/1/14 (only a few days later) for that bottle of Garcinia. Then I was charged again on 12/15/14 for a 2nd bottle that was apparently on its way to me. I called Niwali to see what was going on. They said they had no record of me cancelling any future orders even though all phone calls are recorded. I was told they couldn’t do anything over the phone and had to email their customer support. I spent weeks going back and forth with Christian Pareja trying to get an RMA# to send back the trial bottle as well as the unopened bottle that I had not even received yet. I was told to use the same RMA # to return both bottles. I returned them separately to avoid confusion. However, I was only partially refunded for the trial bottle and not refunded at all for the unopened bottle. I called and spoke with Daniel on 1/17/15 and explained the situation. He said he saw where the error was and they had marked it as only one returned but he could see where there were two bottles returned. He told me that since it was a holiday weekend the department to correct the situation was not there but to call back on Tuesday and he had put a note in the computer for them to correct it. Due to my long work hours I wasn’t able to call until today. When I called today, the man told me he could not help me and I needed to send an email to their customer support ( yet again to request a refund. I told him this was unacceptable and that I was told to call and they would correct it. He just kept saying that he couldn’t do anything. I asked to speak to a manager. He said they had managers but that they do not take calls. I expressed how horrible their customer service is and that I’ve been dealing with this for almost 3 months. I sent the email and I called back to see if I could get someone that would help since some actually do and others refuse to. The woman that answered was very rude to me and actually hung up on me. I was not using any profanity with her or yelling at her. There was absolutely no reason for her to be that rude to me. From my experiences so far, this company continues to scam me, coming up with excuses on why they charged me and cannot complete the refund at that moment and I need to complete all these steps. But when I complete those steps I’m just met with more excuses on why it can’t be done at that time.

      1. I guess the old saying “If it sounds too good to be true it probably is!” continues to be proven to be correct over theBob long life of this quotation. My experience with Niwali is basically the same as the bulk of the comments of all the negative experiences people have had! Thanks for helping people find the truth about this company!!!

  2. For no reason at all, I was sent something in an envelope that I never opened and never even ordered. I didn’t open it up but I Googled the return address and found the phone number to call and let them know I never ordered their product and I plan on sending it back but on their website it says you can’t send anything back without a proper RMA# so I called to get one and they told me I had to email them. Which I have done and they are digging their heels into me saying I ordered it. Come on, do I really need Testosterone as a 56 year old woman? Please, get real folks. I will follow this to the end if I have to get off their mailing list and I will get a full refund from them if I have to turn them into the BBB. This is really shotty how they just randomly sent this to me. I don’t even know what product they sent me, but I DON’T want it!!!

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