I signed up for Abs After 40 and from the moment I started the process, there were endless attempts to sell me additional products.
I wanted to simply sign up, try it for a month and see how I liked it.
However, even during the sign-up, EVERT PAGE is pushing you to buy another product. Entire pages of supplements are pushed at you and you have to search for a way to get past the page without buying the product.
I was EXTREMELY CAREFUL not to buy anything other than the basic program. However, somehow, they managed to slip something by me, saying I agreed to a 14 Day Free Trial of an additional program, that after the trial would start auto billing me for more money every month.
After declining no less than 5 additional offers for products during the checkout, I finally paid and was ready to get started.
The website design is awful. It is very clear that helping you to reach your goal is NOT the goal. Selling you supplements and other "programs" is the main goal. It's all about the cash. Before I could even complete the introduction video, they were calling me on the phone trying to sell me even more crap including "couching".
You could easily spend a $1000 if you're not very careful. JUST ONCE it would be nice to have a program that is about helping the customer. I mean for the love of god, give a person a day or two to try your product before you start trying to sell them something else.
Just a passing fad, that will rip off enough fools to make this George Bush looking muscle person a fortune and help absolutely nobody.
This company is awful.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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