Dr. Oz has multiple affiliate marketers that have very questionable “free” or cut rate trial periods. What appear as testimonials or endorsements by celebrities are totally false, and misleading. Terms are written at the bottom of the ad in the smallest of print and are very misleading. We did not even receive one ot the two products that were marketed together before our $5 dollar trial turned into 2 charges of $87.50 to our bank account. Order was placed on 12/8/14 and charges hit the account on 12/22/14. Still have not received one product. This is deceptive advertising at the least, predatory billing at best. Do not do business with these organizations. Shame on you Dr. Oz. .
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