LunarSleep San Francisco California Review

LunarSleep is a rip-off company that uses deceptive promotional offers to lure unknowing victims into monthly subscriptions for 30 melatonin pills a month at $79.00 a bottle. After responding to a “Free Sample Offer”” of a one-month supply at $1.99

I was sent another bottle with no bill attached so I was unaware that the company was charging me $79.00 for the pills. This went on for a second month which totaled over $160 incl. tax and shipping. When I tried to call the company to return the unused and unopened pills

because I had never authorized a monthly subscription

especially when they didn’t work for me

they said that the terms were stated in the fine print. I read the offer online and have no recollection of ever reading that the offer would be followed by an automatic monthly subscription at $79.00 a month. I told them I wanted to return the unopened bottles and get a refund. I was told that I was welcome to return the pills but that they would not refund my money. Melatonin pills are only a tenth of what I paid for this bogus natural sleep remedy. The information on their website is very sketchy with no home page showing where their office is located. These people need to be charged with fraud and put out of business as soon as possible.”

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