Live Lean For Life Sarasota Florida Review

I stupidly ordered a product called Resveratrol online while possessed by demons. I tried to reply to my order confirmation email immediately that I didn’t want the product. Apparently it was sent from an automatic reply generator as I never heard from them. About a week later, the product arrived with no return address. Instructions to return the product gave an address to send product but also said I needed special instructions about how to return it properly. I tried to call the company during a lunch hour at work and was put on hold for more than 20 minutes. I had to hang up to get back to work. Then tried calling within the specified PST hours. Turns out the hours were EST. Even when I called during EST hours, I got a recording saying company was closed for the day. nNearing my deadline to avoid being charged, I sent the product back without my return code. The only smart thing I did was get a delivery confirmation from the USPS which gave me some leverage with customer service when I finally did get through to protest charges for the resveratrol AND something called Live Lean for Life, an online “product”” / website for dieters. Total charges $64.95 for the one month supply of resveratrol and $24.95 for the website thingy that apparently I agreed to in my initial stupidity. nThe membership to Live Lean for Life occurs at the bottom of the small print in the initial order. You agree to a recurring monthly charge (in addition to the your $64.95 subscription to resveratrol) when you order the resveratrol. nMy biggest complaint:nOK. I was stupid here. That part is painfully clear. nLesson one: Don’t buy dumb stuff online that you didn’t seek out yourself (this product appeared in a pop up nLesson two: Read the small print. I was tricked here because I didn’t read all the way to the bottom of my “”agreement.”” The Live Lean for Life junk was way at the bottom of the agreement. nBut I think it’s totally unethical to demand that a customer needs to get special instructions from the company to return the product. Customer service at the company told me that some folks wait 2 hours for attendants to help them. So I was expected to wait 2 hours? Not fair. nAlso not fair

that the customer gets tricked into two acts of stupidity at once. Even though I never accessed the website and never even knew what their “”product”” was

I was still swept into membership. nResolution:nAfter a fairly irate conversation with “”Kim”” at Customer Service for Live Lean for Life

and after proving with my USPS delivery confirmation that I had returned the product

she was able to remove the $64.95 charge for the resveratrol. I had to be very insistent (aka “”there’s no need for profanity

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