The Herbal Cart Omaha Nebraska Review

I went online searching for the market’s most effective breast enchancement pills and read more than one online review before deciding on the one that made the top of the list: Beauti-full. I then went to their website and found that the product had a money-back guarantee so I decided to purchase a four month supply. nAfter the four months were up and the pills had no effect on my chest, I followed the online directions and sent the empty pill bottles back in the original packaging to the company. I also put a tracking code on the package to make sure they had received it. I then tried to call the phone number listed on the website to comfirm that they had received it and were processing my refund check. Alas, the phone never rang but went straight to this message, “Sorry

no one is available to take your call right now. You can either email us or leave a message.”” nI left a message on the phone and I emailed them a couple of times with no reply. I didn’t write down the address that came on the original packaging so I had no idea where to look for them. I even tried emailing the sites that recommended the product and they didn’t respond either. nWarning: Do not buy Beauti-full breast enchancement pills. They don’t work and you won’t get your money back! nAnna NomisnOmaha

NebraskaU.S.A.”

www.beauti-full.com Internet U.S.A.

856-236-4234

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