John G.
FloridaMember since May 2018

Reviews (2)


    • May 9, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    Heal-n-Soothe

    Be very careful not to become auto enrolled

    The product ingredients are similar to other arthritis products that are sold at lower prices directly or through Amazon. The online sales pitch for Heal-n-Soothe is so enticing that is SO EASY TO MISS the AUTO ENROLL that appears only on the "Get another bottle for $10" window. They do not provide return shipping or return labels and Iris from customer service told me "many other companies have similar fine print so customers don't see the enrollment they have agreed to." While the placebo effect left me feeling like the product did not hurt me, returning unwanted bottles of something that was not helping me left a bad enough taste for me to write this negative review.

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

    64 people found it helpful

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    • May 29, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    Costco Anywhere Visa Card by Citi

    Cash rewards expire and they will not credit them to your account!

    I am over 70 years old and have had my Costco membership for over 20 years. In the past, I have used Amex then discover now Chase with Costco, all without incident. I have had Chase Visa, Fidelity Visa, Discover, Master Card, virtually everything. On all other cards I have ever had, the rewards DO NOT expire. I have the option of calling (or online) and asking them to apply my rewards for months or years back to my card balance. I do not get paper statements. All my credit cards are on auto pay. I download into Quicken and go from there.

    I just today was doing taxes and wondered about my Costco Citi Visa. I phoned them and they said they had sent me a $262.37 rewards card, but I had not cashed it, so it had expired. They did very nicely send me a replacement by email, but I still need to drive to Costco to cash it. I asked about the prior year, and they said that was $171.99, which again I never got nor cashed. They said the rewards had expired and there was nothing they could do.

    I called Costco and they called Citi on my behalf and the second rep offered me $85, "meeting me halfway." When I am in the hosptial with heart surgery in January and shoulder surgery in February (when they say they mailed it to me), I really don't want to have to chase lost mail or phone Citi to have them email me my rewards "or they will expire." Since no other credit card companies that I dealt with have this policy, and Citi REFUSES to let the customer apply a point reward to their outstanding balance, then it appears to me that Citi intentionally makes up for the greater rewards they offer by counting on a certain number of people not to go to the extra effort to actually get and use their rewards.

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

    3 people found it helpful

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