Did not press the confirm button when I was looking at this product on Aug 12, 2018. The website was also prompting me to sign up for a sleep aid and also to confirm auto-ship. I was on my relatively new Google Pixel phone that had my information pre-stored, which auto-filled the form. I hit my back browser and "clear all" to get out of the order process. I never hit the "confirm order" button.
Imagine how dismayed I was to see an email from Focus ZX1 to confirm my order the very next day on August 13. There was a US postal tracking number given and the product was in my mailbox on August 17.
So far I have taken two doses of two pills, and 100 mg of caffeine that has me too hyped up to be able to fall asleep. I notice that the phone numbers provided, which is different on the bottle versus the order sheet. I ring to a recording that is it no longer in service. Also the address in Pacoima, CA, which is different on the bottle versus the order sheet. I cannot find a working number, and I highly doubt that the contact on the website, focuszx1.com leads to anywhere.
I could say more about the fake YouTube link that shows up only on their website, but not YouTube on my Smart TV or desktop computer. There is something bogus about this company, and my Bank of America will help protect me from fraud. I am sure that I will find out, regardless of how I try to comply with return instructions, the company will try to hit my card for another $80, 14 days after my order date which will be August 26 based on my receipt, which would be September 1. As an elected official, I will be filing a complaint with the Attorney General of Alaska, Consumer Products Complaint Division. So to all that read this, beware and avoid this scam!
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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