From the reviews I've seen on the web, it's not only a scam (and ANY weight-loss plan, pill, or product which tells you you'll lose 24lbs in 12 days is LYING!), it's also possibly very, very dangerous. Most of those who tried it lost little to no weight, and at least one wound up in an ER with dehydration, skin lesions (presumably where the patches were applied) and worse, a serious electrolyte imbalance and kidney infection. So, not only should you not buy the product, you should warn your friends about it, too. If you want to lose weight safely and sanely, look into a program such as Weight Watchers. Just about any doctor I know will recommend it, it's a lot more affordable than fancy and dangerous pills and such.
The results it promises is just to much of a fantasy. Plus most review sites are reporting it as a scam. Before trying anything take a look at this video - http://bit.ly/weightlossvideotip It has practical weight loss ideas that actually work. Doing a little research goes a long way.