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Addium Review

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Published: 02 January 2018

Posted by: Anonymously

I clicked on a sponsored link on facebook from “Tod Pollack” called, “Is This Healthy ‘Brain Drug’ The Most Wanted Mind Enhancer In The World?” and it says www.cnn.com (I took a screen shot). When I clicked on it, I was taken to this FAKE CNN link: cnn.com-update.today/addium/ (realized later) Then I read the article, clicked on the link for Addium, and (stupidly) purchased $172.00 worth from www.addium.com AFTER purchasing it (I should’ve done this first!), I went onto Amazon.com and read in the 1-star category (25%) that there were too many 5-star ratings mostly from people who have only reviewed this one product which is a sign of a possible scam. This made me nervous. I called the bank, and had a new credit card sent out. I also called the company, and was told that they had operators 24-7. Jermisha answered fairly quickly, and voided my purchase immediately (I called and cancelled the order about an hour after purchasing). The purchases were taken off my checking account as soon as I got off the phone with her, and I received a receipt of the refund. I appreciate that the company refunded my money. I do not appreciate that they sent me to a bad CNN link.

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