I ordered a 30 day free triall of Garcinia Cambogia. I didn’t realize (stupid on my part) that I had to cancel it within 15 days. I thought if I didn’t place an order with in that time period that nothing would happen. I saw a charge for $89.92 on my credit card. I called them to tell them that I didn’t want to order the product. They said that I didn’t follow “cancellation” instructions so the order was placed and that the only way I could return it for partial refund was to return the bottle. I didn’t have the bottle (had thrown it away) so they wouldn’t cancel. I disputed this with them and they said someone would call me within two days. I made sure that they cancelled the order which I thought was an additional order aside from the one I was stuck with. No one called. I was as angry with myself as I was with them. I called, today, to ask them to track the order and much to my surprised the 89. 92 was the price of the “trial” bottle. This is the biggest scam ever. I asked for their internet site and was told they didn’t have one. They do: buygarciniaplus.com/terms.html They said they advertise on other advertisements, whatever that means. I asked a rather unpleasant man for the name of his company and he said “Garcinia”. I asked for the address of his company and he gave me a P.O. Box. I googled the name along with the PO Box and came up with a physical address, as well. Garcinia PO Box 559100 Dallas TX 75355 3637 Timberglen Rd Dallas, TX 75287
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