First: Don’t do it. If you’re reading this and you’re thinking “it's only a free trial, I’ll just cancel it right away” you’re wrong. These people make it impossible to avoid the renewal charge.
Okay, so I admit ordering diet pills from a sketchy website wasn’t my most sound decision, but what can I say. The chat bubble that popped up with Salesman Rob was very reassuring. I was debating making my experience have a time out in the dark corner where it belongs, but if you’re like me who thinks this will not add any stress or shame to your life whatsoever you need my guidance. Hi. Nice to meet you. Here’s my story.
I ordered my free trial of this product on March 1st, 2016 and then I read the reviews and allegations of scams. I canceled my subscription right away via email. I waited five days with no cancelation verification, then I sent two emails informing them my credit card was canceled because I did not want to pay the subscription fees and I also made two calls to customer service (at both of their phone numbers) on March 6th, 2016. Both the calls and emails went unanswered. I called them today (March 9th, so close to the 12 day renewal charge) with a different tactic and it finally worked.
Heres the trick when if you want them to answer you:
When you call their toll free number (1-888-221-2554) DO NOT click one for customer service. You will be waiting on the line forever and you will eventually give up. Instead, click two for sales. They picked up in a matter of seconds.
The lady I talked to was actually rather apologetic and kind, but still I would rather lick my dogs fur for an hour straight before ordering this product and cancelling it again.
Also, no diet pill is worth experiencing the shame I felt when I had to tell the cute bank teller why I was thinking of cancelling my credit card.
I hope my story will inspire you to take the high road.
Auf wiedersehen, comrades.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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