Extreme AcaiBerry - Unauthorized chargesOn September 5, 2008 I ordered a free trial of this dietary supplement and charged a shipping fee of $3.95 to my credit card. On September 24, 2008 I received a full bottle of the supplement, shipped from Florida. Inside the envelope with the supplement was a typed list of products, with a telephone number hand-written. I called the phone number, which turned out to be in Utah...The Florida address was merely a distribution location. When I complained to Customer Service (someone named John) I was told that at the bottom of the website under "Terms" it plainly states that unless the account is closed within 14 days, a shipment would be made every 31 days. Obviously, I did not see the "Terms" which is my own fault. I am going to be billed approximately $85 for a product that I didn't order and don't even want, but was advised that it could not be returned. This is just a warning to anyone else who might want to try this "free trial offer." Be sure you scroll down to the bottom of the website and read the "Terms" before you order. The "terms" are not written in the body of the order form... When I received the e-mail confirmation of the trial product, there was no mention anywhere that I had 14 days in which to cancel. I didn't realize that I had "opened an account" with the company. I thought I had simply ordered a product to try. Let my "stupidity" be a warning to the rest of you!!