Oxi-Berry Phoenix Arizona Review

I ordered the “Trial package”” for Acai Berry for $ 1.95. I looked on their website if there was any catch but when I saw that i was just authorizing a charge of $ 1.95 I did not worry too much.I always thought that what matters is the amount that you authorize when entering the credit card number. First I only saw that charge of $ 1.95 on my credit card bill but then the next one showed another $ 302

– (a total of 8 charges). I had not placed another order and I remember that the postal carrier tried to deliver 2 packages that I refused to accept. These packages did not even show a sender

just some name like “”shipping center”” or something similar. here is my credit card statement after I ordered the “”Sample”” for $ 1

95:Lifeberry 08/10 $ 87.13Nutritionalsupp 08/03 $ 58.71Healthmember 08/10 $ 7.14Oxi-Berry 08/19 $ 1.95 (this charge was already showing up in the previous CC statement)Oxi-Berry 08/19 $ 2.00Oxi-Berry 08/19 $ 83.18VH Access 08/19 $ 3.24Nutritionalsupp 08/20 $ 58.71I don’t remember that I signed up for anything and never saw anything that would say that I would get charged anything else than the $ 1.95When I called the credit card company to dispute these charges they were familiar with this company and asked me “”did you read the terms and conditions ?”” I don’t remember if there were any terms and conditions on their website but I believe that this is rediculous: there should be some laws that require to make it clear how much the cardmember is going to be charged. Where are the limits to these games ? Is it possible to hide a link for “”terms and conditions”” somewhere on the website linked to 1000 pages of fine printed and to tell the customer that he signs up for 799 internet services by ordering the sample for $ 1

95 ??????When I called the number for “”healthmember”” (888-779-5303) the guy told me: you signed up for access for our internet site and the service is non-refundable.”

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