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Cho Yung Tea Does it Work?

Updated on August 5, 2011

How Often Do We Hear This Words... Cho Yung Tea Does It Work? Is Cho Yung Tea A Scam?

I came across an article saying: Helen Cohen studies an encouraging slimming answer which is rapidly accumulating good reputation in UK and worldwide. NOT!

The advantages of the The Cho Yung Tea diet had eventually eliminated just about all of the introductory scepticism.

Cho Yung Tea and Pure Cleanse combination diet plan. Lets hope my lens can help you learn about the Cho Yung Tea Scam. Can cho yung tea really help you?

And if cho yung tea does work for you, please let me know!

This is not a picture of Helen Cohen
This is not a picture of Helen Cohen

Cho Yung Tea scam is one of the recent fat loss crazes that is based on the antioxidants in Green tea.
"Burn the fat away with 2 cups of Cho Yung Tea" each day.
Cho Yung Tea originated from China.
It makes use of green tea as the primary ingredient.

So, what is Cho Yung Tea and what is so exceptional about it?

It is actually just some sort of herbal tea and is reported to be a 400 years old Chinese weight loss secret.
Maybe it's true but is also true that someone out there is making a fortune with Cho Yung Tea Scam stealing money from you all.

Just like Cho Yung Tea any green tea will help you lose weight, so the scammers of Cho Yung Tea have no hard work here.

All they need to do is actually deliver any kind of green tea, people feel satisfied about losing a little bit of weight and then in the course of the following 30 days people will find out that the actual loss wan't just weight... but in fact a huge dent on the credit card.

The Cho Yung Tea Scam Includes A Fourteen Day Free Trial Pack. - If You Ask... Cho Yung Tea Does it Work? I Would Say Try Green Tea!

There is certainly a number of versions of this advert, and they are rather repeated.
There is certainly a number of versions of this advert, and they are rather repeated.

To confirm my hunch, the actual Cho Yung Tea website doesn't seem to really exist; it must feature only one web page.

Let's start with Helen Cohen, who is she? She Doesn't Exist!

So I decided to extend my Cho Yung Tea search and find out more about this Cho Yung Tea website were the article is listed, containing all the info about how to get hold of Cho Yung Tea trial.

This particular trial pack is said to let you try the product not having to spend much of your money.

But you still have to give your credit card details.

So people are hurrying in order to grab this particular short time Cho Yung Tea offer! Even if Cho Yung Tea does work how far will you go to get it?

Watch out, any time you use your credit card in fact the (Cho Yung Tea Free Trial) is actually claimed to be linked to another 4 organizations, it appears, that there's a group of individuals establishing numerous businesses to scam Cho Yung Tea believers, besides extorting funds from people's account, they are doing it with virtually no difficulties at all. If you want the Cho Yung Tea be careful where you get it from. Cho yung tea may actually be good for you and help you lose weight but would you risk losing so much money for a free sample?

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The Advertising Sabotage Of Cho Yung Tea!? - They are already using other images of the same girl in the Cho Yung Tea scam!

Have a look at both images at the top from the actual advertisement isn't it the same girl promoting two different items? Wearing the same outfit and looking exactly the same?

Yes she could avertise two products on CNN but wouldn't she have changed her clothes since the Apr. 01, 2010 until just a few days ago when the other advert came out?

Scams such Cho Yung tea make use of the effectiveness of the net in order to con countless numbers of people. And when you thought that it was safe to shop on the internet you came across something like this, scamers like cho yung tea scam do spoil it for the rest of the internet genuine dealers.

The Girl On The Cho Yung Tea Scam Advert Picture Is Not Called Helen Cohen At All! - The girl on the Cho Yung Tea scam advert picture is a French journalist but

Another image used! When you see this images just keep well away from them! That is my advice.
Another image used! When you see this images just keep well away from them! That is my advice.

In 2006, she was voted by the Daily Express as world's most beautiful news reporter.

Is Melissa Theuriau aware that she's the Acai Berry Diet Scam and Cho Yung Tea scam spokesperson?

Probably not!

Melissa Theuriau's Face Could Lose You Money With Cho Yung Tea, Not Weight! - I just wonder when is Melissa Theuriau ready to take legal action about Cho Yung T

Melissa Theuriau's picture is often used as "Julia Miller" or Karen Simpson on The Acai Berry Scam websites.

The actual Cho Yung Tea scam claims that Cho Yung tea comes with a free Cho Yung Tea trial offer having a minimal shipping and delivery amount to pay. But don't let such scams put you off trying it, make sure you are buying it from a secure website.

Take care! I hope this helps someone.

Cho Yung Tea Will Lose You Money Not Weight - Are You Looking For A Cho Yung Tea Review? Trust Cho Yung Tea Does it Work Review!

And Here I Have A Picture Of Me On The Cho Yung Tea Advert! - Just so you can see how easy it is to do this, don't believe Cho Yung Tea scam!

Here Is Melissa Theuriau Pictures Clip - Cho Yung-Green Tea | Cho Yung Tea Scams

Cho Yung Tea Review, Yes it is a SCAM! - Cho Yung Tea Scam Exposed Don't Just Trust The Videos You See.

I Would Like To Read Your Opinion About The Cho Yung Tea Scam. - Don't forget to tell me if I was able to save you from Cho Yung Tea scam.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: i relise that cho yung tea buy at holland barrat it original and it really work but at ebay is fake one

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Just wanted to add a note that in the terms and conditions of the Cho Yung Tea website, it does say that if you sign up for the free trial then it will roll over into a subscription unless you tell them otherwise that you don't want to. If you don't want to, then you have to unsubscribe/cancel your account. People should be payinig closer attention to the terms and conditions. If you have to buy it online, go somewhere like Amazon where it's cheaper and you won't have that commitment, or in store somewhere like Holland and Barretts. Then there's no worry that you'll get roped into something you're unaware of.

      I have been using the tea myself and lost half a stone in the first week alone. Obviously, like every other weight loss product out there, you do have to use them in conjunction with a sensible diet and exercise, but it certainly is an excellent aide and I haven't suffered any side effects.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR MAKE PEOPLE AWARE OF THIS TYPE OF SCAMS.,I WAS A VICTIM OF THE ACAI SCAM AND DIDN'T ONLY LOST MONEY FROM MY CREDIT CARD ,BUT ALSO MONEY AND TIME CALLING USA FOR OVER TWO MONTHS TO CANCEL THREE SUBSCRIPTIONS THAT I DIDN'T KNOW EXISTED .

      PLEASE BE AWARE WHEN THEY ASK YOU FOR YOUR BANK DETAILS AND SPECIALLY FOR YOUR CREDIT CARD, YOU WILL BE LOSING MONEY.

      THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR REPORT I WISH SOMEONE HAD DONE IT LONG TIME AGO.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      The fraud team from my bank in the UK called me today, 7 July 2012 to say that the Cho Yung website where I purchased a 14 day free trial of the tea at £3.95 tried to take £60.00 from my account today without authorisation. This was stopped by my bank. I wish I had seen your note before ordering from this website. BEWARE!!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Jackie, you are 100% correct. The old green packages worked a treat. THE NEW White packages DO NOT WORK AT ALL!. The new Cho Yeung is simply a green tea for 1.30 a pack. For all you people trying to make sense of the company, they are based in Limasol in Cyprus. The population in that part of the world is heavy in favor of Ukrainians and Russians. It doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out that "management" may be a loose term. For a GREAT tea try "great impression". An alternative tea sold in Londons China town. It has Pue ER and OOlong with Cassia. Of course Green tea as well and some Jalangual (sorry for the spellings I am not researching a book (-: )

      Suffice to say Great Impression takes care of the regular toilet visits and for those on high protein diets, you wont get "Bound up". Oh and it is £5 for 20 packs and tastes surprisingly like Cho Yeung (-: Go figure. By the way, How do you figure a Greek Cypriot national being the purveyor of ancient Chinese tea blends?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: hello Jamie, how old your wife and how long did she use to this tea? many thanks

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Has anyone noticed that Cho Yung Tea have now changed the ingredients in the tea. The original did work but the new one doesn't, however they are still charging the same amount and not putting the active ingredients. Don't buy it.

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      eeonefivebee 5 years ago

      How can anyone be taken in by this tea scam? The only way to lose weight is to move more and eat less. It is cheaper too and keeps your hard earned cash out of the pocket of cynics who profit from the sadness of people who feel that they need something mystical to achieve their aims. People losing weight with this probably changed something else in their diet too, it is just totally random which indicates that the effect is not genuine. Good for you to speak out against this cynical marketing con. It is as ridiculous as homeopathy where people spend hundreds of pounds to be treated by some quack and what amounts to water.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Hello, me and my wife bought this cho yung tea as it was recommended from someone we knew, she lost just over 2 stone in 10 weeks the person who informed us about it, so we thought we would give it a try, first this tea does work to lose weight, we bought ours from Holland and Barret, we thought best buy from a well established store, the first time we took it like most people we got diareha, and I mean badly like 7 times in one day, so the next day we cut down to 1 cup a day for the first week, still going the toilet but only twice a day, I weighed 14 stone 5 lb, the first week I went down to 14 stone 1 lb, the second week I drank two cups a day as instructed, the trips to the toilet was still twice a day but normal, at the end of that week I was 13 stone 8 lb, I continued to lose weight over the next 10 weeks till I finally got down to what I wanted, 12 stone 9 lb and bmi 22, which is right for my height 5ft 11 inchs, and not looking skinny just normal, my wife did not lose as much weight as me, she lost just under a stone, but she never had much to lose, from a size 12 to 10, most of her weight was off her bust, mine was my belly, face and legs, I just didn't drink the tea of course, I also ordered high protein meal replacement shake that I mixed with semi skimmed milk only, one a day for my dinner and ate my normal tea, yes chips with everything, but over the weeks the plate of food got smaller, I also didn't eat White bread only brown and walked the school and paper shop instead of using the car, what am getting at it does work for some people, I think more on men than women, also if your a ten tone tess who munchers every day never moves of the chair, no matter what you take it is not going to work, the writer of this is a bit harsh on the tea scam, web sites, tv adverts use models to premote there stuff, normally good looking ones after all who wants to buy anything off someone who is over weight, spotty and ugly ????? Be real people, believe me if you buy this tea from the right place it's well worth the money, Holland and Barret £39.99 for one buy another one for 1p yes 1 pence so you getting two packs for £40. I also bought the protein off them too, I got two tins for £9.99p and that lasted 10 weeks, we even shared the tea too, we made one large mug and split it, you do the same, still works, don't just leave it soaking for 5 min as it says, use the spoon to squash it and get all the flavour out. I hope this helps but please be warned you will be on the toilet the first week a lot of times so use wisely hence make sure after half hour from drinking it you will be able to have access to one and quick, also hold your nose too ha ha

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      ftuley lm 5 years ago

      @cocomad: If it is the same website I'm talking about there is no manager or no office is just a scamer at home dealing with lots of credit cards and taking money from everyone, keep away you best find another way to get your tea. : )

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      ftuley lm 5 years ago

      @TolovajWordsmith: Thank you so much Tolovaj, took a bit of research, but the more I found out the more it kept me looking and that is how the article was born. So I thought why not if it can help other people not to fall for the cho yung tea scam. : )

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      ftuley lm 5 years ago

      @anonymous: You are welcome!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Thank you for such an informative and well researched article. BRAVO!!!!!

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      Tolovaj Publishing House 6 years ago from Ljubljana

      Well written report. You are real detective! I hope the bad guys get what they deserve. Thanks for sharing!

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      cocomad 6 years ago

      Thanks so much for this article. It was a great read. I actually have my own specialty tea website and I was trying to get hold of Cho Yung Tea to sell on my site. All I can say is they have been an absolute disgrace to deal with! I never get a phone call back, I am always told the 'manager' is out of the office and always on the road. It really is a joke. I have never dealt with such an unprofessional company. I am convinced their whole business is a scam. It seems like there is one person answering the phone fobbing people off. I am not going to be pursuing them any longer that's for sure. I think your lens is very informative and extremely apt! Many Thanks

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      JoshK47 6 years ago

      Interesting - thanks for the heads up on this!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I lost money out of my account. Lucky I didn't have much money in the account I used.. I used it for that reason...I tried to report it to the BBB,with NO luck... So i am sure they are still making money scamming people...

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      jackieb99 6 years ago

      Hmmm...maybe a scam I think?

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      sheilamarie78 6 years ago

      I haven't heard about it either. Scams are scammy, aren't they?

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      RinchenChodron 6 years ago

      I never heard of this tea, but thank you for the heads up! I hate scams.

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      MicaK1 6 years ago

      I've never come across Cho Yung Tea. Thanks for the info!

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      Jhangora LM 6 years ago

      Melissa Theuriau is very beautiful. We usually drink black tea in India, with milk and sugar. Though I have heard about Cho Yung Tea - I havn't tried it yet.

      I guess the real way to be fit and healthy is by eating well and exercising our bodies.

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      GrinningFool 6 years ago

      Every time I see that lady's picture on an ad, I know it is a scam or a rip off! Thanks for warning others!

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      Mary Norton 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      So blatant and yet we all fall for it. This is a helpful expose.

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      Jeanette 6 years ago from Australia

      Most interesting lens. Thanks for all your research.

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      sittonbull 6 years ago

      Interesting perspective... I like green tea with a little truvia for sweetener, but don't drink it for weight loss. The low sugar belly fat diet & exercise work for me! Thanks for stopping by & posting your nice comment on my learning lens. Merry Christmas.

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      BeaGabrielle1 6 years ago

      Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

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      sarita 6 years ago from Hisar

      Great info here....

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      SofiaMann 6 years ago

      Thanks for your research and information. Nice lens.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Great lens on Cho Yung Tea. I have always used Yerba Mate, since it hails from the Americas. Big Thumbs up.

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      HERBMASTER 6 years ago

      Great lens! Those that are familiar with Chinese medicine understand that there is more to losing weight than green tea. While green tea could help, it will not work for all. For instance, some people have a constitution or body type that is hot. If you drink green tea then because green tea is cooling, it will bring the body to a neutral state. The best body weight loss happens when the body enters into the optimal "zone" or neutral or like Goldilocks would sorta say, "not too hot, not too cold, just right in the middle." If you had a cold constitution and then drank green tea, the result would be to cool your metabolism down where your fire to burn more calories would be extinguished. In fact, green tea could make you too cold and even cause nausea. The author is right here. It's a scam for a lot of people while a solution for some. Those suffering from menopause would say good things about green tea. While older people who wear sweaters need to avoid it.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Well done! You are now a myth buster! I actually do have some green tea on hand but don't care for the taste, so I got peppermint tea to make it taste a whole lot better. I have the opposite weight problem and work to keep it on. My sister does use green tea in part to manage her weight and would go with your "any green tea" works. Impressive work!

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      Sandy Mertens 6 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      Very interesting. I have wondered about this tea. You did your research well.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Your research on the subject is interesting. I usually am not taken in by these scams anyway but if I thought of trying it I probably won't now.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      yup... it smelled of scam, I started looking for pics of Helen as she is very atractive but wanted to see if there was anything else health related etc in her on line background... so thank you... you actually pointed out the things I was concerned about.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Well done.. for exposing this scam :)

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      oztoo lm 7 years ago

      You've done a lot of homework researching this scam. Well done and thanks for bringing this to people's attention.

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      lumpy22 7 years ago

      I had no clue about this pretty news lady or tea scam. But I will be careful now.

      Thanks

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      Sandy Mertens 7 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      There are a lot of scams out there. Thanks for the research and information.

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      dahlia369 7 years ago

      Great research and information. I don't usually go for trendy things and when something catches my attention I do my homework (check different sources, especially reviews) before making any (purchasing) decisions. Great job!! :)

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      myraggededge 7 years ago

      You've done a good job of bringing this to people's attention. Thanks for you comments on my Growing Old lens. I'm sure you will find getting older to be lots of fun!

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      the777group lm 7 years ago

      Hi ftuley, I've been a fan of Melissa Theuriau for a few years and had noticed her face popping up on these awful ads. Great job in doing a lens about it.

      BTW, I drink green tea myself and have checked a number of impressive research studies, so these scam ads are very unfortunate because green tea works!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Thank you so much for confirming my doubts. I was already sceptical, but just wanted to see someone else confirm it. Also even on their own data, they say over the 4 week period people using the product lost an average of 1.53 kg - that is just 3lbs!!! Do they think people are stupid?

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Thank you so much. I followed the link for the 'free' trial on the website but got jittery when asked to enter my card details for payment of the delivery charge and thought it best to do some research first. Thank goodness I did as it seems numerous people had up to £50 a month taken for several months before they could stop it and their credit card insurance won't cover it as they gave their card details themselves!!! Thanks again

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Thank you for saving me my money on what is yet another scam!