Pharmazone Baton Rouge Louisiana Review

The company Pharmazone is marketing Stimul-X via radio ads as a male sexual enhancement tool (when you receive the product, it is labeled as breath strips). When you call to get your “free”” supply

they then indicate you must pay for shipping and handling $19.00 for a package that weighs probably 3 grams. nApproximately a week after

they charged my debit card $59.14 for another supply. When I called Customer Service

the first person I spoke with (female) indicated that they are trained to “”read verbatim”” that if you don’t call them back in 10 days

you would automatically be shipped and charged for another supply. I advised her that the sales person did not tell me that. She said that maybe he was just reading too fast and I didn’t hear or understand him. nWhen I told her that I wanted to send it back (which I haven’t even received yet)

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