Nutra sist Missoula Montana Review

On 4/3 I saw a commercial on Facebook about Carcinia Cambogia. The FREE offer was attached to a Dr. Oz clip of Dr. Oz explaining it’s a miracle pill for weightloss & health. It claims it’s Free but you pay for Shipping. The next thing you know you check your bank acct & they’ve taken the S&H & you wait for your FREE sample & it never comes, then a few days later they charge you $70. You call them & say I NEVER agreed to these charges & they give you a speech they’ve said obviously 100x “we can give you a 50% discount today”” you yell & spit back & they finally cave & swear they’ll refund you the money. What the do the next week is sell your debit/credit card to their sister company & they start removing money. They all have several different names. The first was Carcinia Cambogia

then Nutra-sist hits your account then Fitnesscamps then you track their phone # down from your bank & they’re calling themselves Skinny Camp. A Please do not use this company for any services

it’s only in place to scam people who are naive like I was. My bank informed me that they have pre-paid CC you can transfer funds to if you choose to shop for anything online. Now I had to close my debit card & have a new card issued. And I still NEVER received my “”FREE”” sample!”

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