Central Coast Nutraceuticals, Inc Cedar City Utah Review

I ordered a colon cleanser product and acaiberry product. The next day I noticed the exorbitant charges on my bank account, I started to inquire with the company, but with no results. nI have been contacting the company with the only information I have, but no response for the last 15 days. Phone ( 45 min. wait then nothing) e-mail w/ no response. nI have not received any product. After doing some more research on my own I have come to find out that I have been scammed. nI have heard from other people that the charges continue on your bank account, that they have never been contacted after several months of waiting for response, and long wait time on the phone trying to contact the company. nRecommendation was to file a report and call my bank and put a stop payment on the charges, and let everyone I know not to purchase anything from this company on the internet. I got my information on the Oprah website. shame on her. nI don’t normally buy things off the internet like this, but Oprah endorsed the product so I though why not. the website for the free trial for Acai Berry is www.acaiberrydetox.com from there was a companion product for the colon cleanse nDeniecenCedar City, UtahU.S.A.

www.centralcoastnutra.net Internet U.S.A.

888-692-8352

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