Tinnoxyl Angola Indiana Review

I suffer from Tinnitus and I heard about this product while listening to FOXNEWS on the radio. I decided to try it. I was told I would be sent a bottle (which I was ) and al Ihad to do was pay the shipping of 9.95. they billed my CC. If I wanted to discontinue, I needed to call them back by 2/26. I called on 2/25 to discontinue and the rep tried to talk me into tryng it for 6 more months. I ssaid that it did not help and I did not want to continue. I was gived a 4 digit code as what I assumed was a conformation. TodayI get 2 more bottles, they charged my cc 119.85. I tried to call the number on the website and it was disconnected. I called the number on the brochure and all I rec’d was a recording on how great the products was and if I had any issues to email [email protected]. In the pkg that was sent, they did send a return label and stated that I had to have some sort of a code, had to pay for shipping and a 25% restocking fee. I immediatly contact my cc company and had them blocked from my card and my cc will be refunding me my money. I have the unopened produck in the same envelope that it was sent in and the lady from my ccard company told me to hang on to it for now. Do not fall for this scam. the product is pure SH** and if you do have the same issues I had, call your ccard company ASAP and have them blocked.

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