FWM Labs (express Berry) Citrus Heights California Review

i ordered a free sample of acai berry detox. the ad stated all i had to pay was the shipping and handling costs. When I received my credit card bill there was an $87.79 charge from express berry. I recieved a call from fwm labs asking me if i received the product. I told them no, and that I wanted to cancel the order. He gave me another number to call. I did, was put on hold for 30 to 35 min. When I finally got to talk to an agent, she said she would cancel the order but untill I sent the product back unopened she couldn’t credit the amount from my credit credit card.this person was very rude and wouldn’t even give me a cancellation number.in fact she hung up on me. I finally received the product, took it to the post office and sent it back with with words “returned product””. I check my credit card on line all the time and again I found another charge of 89.13 that was charged plus shipping and handling on the same day I called and cancelled. i’m a working person so i have only have a short time to make all these calls. how can these people get away with telling you the order has been cancelled and then turn right around and charge the credit card co or the banks and get away with it. nJudithnCitrus Heights

CaliforniaU.S.A.”

2040 Ne 163rd St North Miami Beach, Florida U.S.A.

623-238-6401

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