Pamela Glover
TexasMember since September 2017

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    • Sep 7, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    Enhance Mind IQ

    Scam

    On Sunday 8/27/17 I purchased the free trial order of this product that was listed on CVS email. The listed price was $4.95; however, when I received confirmation of this order, I was informed that I had purchased $1.99 for "Insure Ship," which is some type of insurance that I did NOT request. I never saw where I had purchased that item on the order form because it was nowhere to be seen.

    When I arrived at the screen to place my order, there was another product offer, which I declined. At the next screen, there was yet another offer, which I also declined. I was then shown another screen where I was able to place the one order. Although carefully reading all of what was written on the order pages, I never saw anything about how long the free trial would last before I was charged additionally and how much that charge would be.

    I also never saw that I would continue to be shipped more bottles if I did not make the cancellation. I called Monday the very next day to stop the orders, but they said they had already shipped them out and I need to wait until I receive the product and then they will give me a RMA#.

    So I called today, Friday, 9/1/17, and talked to a rude lady named Jasmine or Joselyn (emp #41044) and went in circles with her and so I asked to speak to a supervisor, and he sent me an email to cancel all future orders but would not refund the current charges.

    This is definitely a scam company and like one of the other reviews said, I will definitely not put these pills in my body for NOTHING.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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