You get an email that tells you that medicinal canabis is now legal in all 50 states. It invites you to get a free trial bottle for just $ 5.95 shipping and handling. Once you order that free bottle, you immediately get a phone call, in which a customer rep tries to sell you more different items, all just for another $ 5.95, If you decline, he will give you their customer care number, if you need anything. | On the website, it does not mention any subscription at all. However, I got suspicious and found their “terms and conditions” page, which is very well hidden on their website. In it, it states that you also subscribed to a monthly charged fee and monthly delivery of further merchandise. | If you wish to cancel, you must do so either via phone or email. I emailed and the email bounced back saying that it is not an incoming mail box. | I called eight times, and I was told their data banks are just updating now, and so they can’t take my cancellation, but will call me back later. I waited for three hours, no call back. I called them a total of seven times to cancel, and they refuse to take the cancellation, saying I will be called back later. | I then managed to find a second phone number in the terms and conditions. At that number, I was told to return the bottle at my own cost. Then they would consider to cancel my subscription. However, upon reading more of their terms and conditions, it says they will not accept opened merchandise. | They never name their business, only “the business” or “the website” etc. I found two different addresses in Nevada, where one can supposedly return merchandise, and on the webpage that opens when one clicks the email link, there is a third address out of Florida. | They have my credit card number, and they will obviously charge it once the trial period of one month had expired. I fail to see how I can even prove that I tried to cancel, since they never let one talk to a manager, only to the reps who say they’ll call back later.
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