So, I really wanted to get healthy. I'm not overweight, so it was because I wanted to be the best I could be. I ordered the 30-day trial. Then, I got a phone call from a lady who was to be my "personal coach." She put a major sales pitch on, telling me that I wouldn't get what I wanted from the program unless I bought their supplements. They are not cheap. I was dubious about how well the supplements worked, because I had tried other supplements in the past, and didn't see much improvement. But, she said what they offered was the highest quality, etc. and were essential.
So, here comes the first lie; I asked if there was a money-back guarantee if I didn't want to continue with the program, and she absolutely assured me I would get all of my money back if I wanted it. Since the supplements were almost twice as expensive buying them by the month, I bought a year's worth in order to afford them. I double checked with the "coach" to make sure I would get all my money back if I decided to send them back, and she assured me I would.
When the supplements arrived, there was a paper included that (in fine print) said that any amount more than three months' supply, would not be 100% refunded! I immediately called their customer (haha) service to cancel everything. I won't bore you with the details, but they gave me the worst run-around for almost a month! I even told them to listen to the recording of the original conversation with the "coach/lying-saleswoman, and they would hear her lying to me!" They wouldn't do anything they said they'd do. So, don't trust anything they say. She never told me about the return policy, because she knew I would not have ordered their supplements if I had known. I have learned to never agree to anything said over the phone. Beware of this bunch of deceivers.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend