My wife received an email from this company about free product only pay 4.95 shipping she did that tried the product for about three days made her sick she stopped using it thinking she would get an email to confirm she still wanted produc.t didn’t realize they do not do that they just start charging you credit card for full price at 89.95 a month. believing she had 30 days to stop getting more product she finally found a txt message and posted stop. it was befor 30 days. the same day they charged my card 89.95 we are separated and it was a shock. I let her use the card for the shipping so I called them to get it resolved they just kept sending her emails with links to their product and said to put fake information and then it would show the terms of a 14 day trial period. I wanted a refund for a product that we didn’t understand all the confusing ways to stop it. they won’t budge I have turned them into better business burrow , contacted my credit card company am doing everything to dispute it. I found on the Internet a scam report with this business have done it to others. most company’s send reminders or a conformation that you still want thier service or product. this company takes your shipping payment on whatever card u used for that and either keeps sending you product or keeps charging the credit card. they should send email to confirm that is the card you want to be charged and a conformation you still want their product after trial period has ended .
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