Cautiously optimistic that I acted in time - I have at least confirmation emails and verbal customer services agreement saying my details have been cancelled and I wont be receiving further supplies or charged more than the initial postage.
Several bad things about this promotion. Firstly no terms and conditions screen prior to ordering the first item in the free trial for postage of £3.95, wasn't until about to press "order" on the second item screen that I saw further supplies would cost over £100 per item, so deleted the second order form - but both items were sent anyway and my card billed. I was petrified as I'm a pensioner on v small income.
I contacted my bank who told me to obey terms and conditions to the letter, which meant only 6 days to trial the second item! (which arrived from a different supplier 3 days after the first item arrived) before running out of time to cancel.
Trial is 14 days from date of order, not arrival of products, and this is of course insufficient time to trial combined products supposed to produce results in a month!
The promotion is of course a scam, unfortunately a barely legal one, to entrap all but the exceptionally wary. The people involved must be absolutely MINTING it as I read in one report the average loss per customer is close to £1000.
The annoying thing is that the products seem to work a treat.
If they allowed people time to trial them properly, and charged about a quarter to one third of the price, they could make good money without chicanery.
I hope they can live with themselves. I could not.