The website looks glossy and the ad is in the form of a report from a radio station (i have seen two, channel 7 and another one, with the exact same ad) This is the real thing, and best of all it is free.When you sign up, the bill that you say ok to is for just over a dollar for each product. However, the credit card is charged in full. No worries, you say. I will simply cancel the product. O no, they say. You cannot cancel, and the only way you get the free trial is if you continue to purchase from them.My credit card company called them, and they still refused to give the money back – long before the free trial was supposed to be over. This is a company without a conscience. I am a student, and only ordered because it was a free trial. Now I am $200 poorer, so no grocery shopping for a while.This kind of thing should be illegal if it is not already.
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