PureAcaiBerry Laurens South Carolina Review

I received an email re: receiving a free trial bottle of: PureAcaiBerry pills…just had to pay a small shipping costs. I paid for this bottle via the phone. They told me that after the trial…I had a month to cancel the “regular”” size bottle that would be sent in 30 days. They were given my debit card number for the trial bottle. Within DAYS…i received a full bottle of 60 pills and this bottle came with NO INVOICE…NO CONTACT PHONE NUMBER. The bottle states: www.PureAcaiBerries.com I CAN NOT FIND THIS WEBSITE ANYWHERE. Only by spending hours on the internet …that I found MANY others taken in by this scam. They charged my debit card $74.95…under TE PERFORMANCE HEALTH…I never authorized this at all. I never even opened this bottle since I wanted to return it and be refunded. As others…our busy schedules do not always allow us to do this within days. I have had the bottle a couple of weeks now and still have not been able to cancel this. Found a phone number by someone else online that thinks this is the phone number: 1-888-692-8352 I wonder just how much money this company has made in probably a short time. Probably a few million and then will disappear??? Would like any help in this. I am going to try and call this number in the am. Thanks!! nCindy joynLaurens

South CarolinaU.S.A.”

www.PureAcaiBerries.com Internet U.S.A.

888-692-8352

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