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Acai Berry Maxx, and more / Online health rip-offs

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I to have been "taken" by Acai Berry. They along with Total Cleanse use people like Oprah to draw you in to the site. I ordered Total Clease, which also has the same scam going. Something has to be done by the government. These companies, falsely advertise websites, phone numbers that are fake, or operators that come in on a bad connection. The adresses they give are false. This should be some sort of federal offense for mail fraud. Once you order one of these products, it seems your name go in a data base, and when you visit these sites, they start sending you samples, BUT bill you without permission. I plan to get my bank involved. After going through this with Total Clease and a company called Luminous Brites, When I wanted to cancel before the 15, 20, or 30 days, I could not reach anyone to cancel. By this time, they have your credit card information, and its too late. I refuse the package or return to sender. But I bet it goes to a felonious address, meanwhile, I get charged for a product I did not order, do not want, and cannot cancel. But don't give up!!! WE ALL MUST FIGHT THIS!!

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  • De
      22nd of Dec, 2008
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    I have the email address you need to cancel any further shipments, It is cancel@acaiberrymaxx.com. It took me quite a while to find it. Also they will refund most of the money minus shipping and handling. It was a very expensive lesson for many of us I see. Hope this helps. Debra

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