Beachbody Okemos Michigan Review

Like others, I purchased the P90 DVD program from the Beachbody internet site. I definitely endorse that product. As you attempt to finalize that purchase you are bombarded with pop-up requests offering you “free”” samples of vitamins etc. I accepted the free samples and at no time agreed to any recurring shipments. nI noticed a bill for $33.19 for a single bottle of vitamins that I received in January. I presumed this was the free sample. nI called to complain only to find out that Beachbody had me enrolled in a recurring vitamin sales program. The (kind) representative on the phone offered to cancel the subscription (I never agreed to this in the first place)

that no more vitamins would arrive

and that there would be only one more charge for about $20 to complete the sale for the first bottle. $53 for a bottle of vitamins

especially those I never agreed to order in the first place? You have to be kidding! I was furious and said to cancel everything. nThe phone rep gave me an RMA number to return the vitamins but refused to refund the “”shipping and handling”” charges for a purchase I never authorized in the first place. Add that to my cost of returning these unauthorized vitamins

and you have a first class ripoff. nThe beachbody DVDs I’ve seen so far are good

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