Acaiberry Supreme — Fraud charges
BEWARE...STAY AWAY from AcaiBerry Supreme, Fit-Factory and Bromalite "free" trial offers.
I ordered a "free" sample of the AcaiBerry Supreme and agreed to pay $4.95 S&H. I received the product, and then I received my credit card statement and AcaiBerry Supreme had not only charged for the S&H, but for the product, which I later found out was only a 14 day trial. Plus they has also enrolled me in the Fit Factory www.fit-fac.com for $19.95 per month. So I called my credit card company to notify them that the fit-fac charge was a fraudulent charge, which was not directly authorized by me. They removed the charge immediately.
So after doing some "after the fact" research, it seems that if you sign up for AcaiBerry Supreme, free trial offer, it's a 14 day offer. If you don't cancel within 14 days they will charge up to $88.95 for the product and if you don't cancel after 30 days, they will automatically send another month's supply of product and charge your credit card or bank account. Also, if you don't cancel after 14 days, you "agree" to a Fit-Factory subscription. There is no information on the home page of their website. All the information is hidden in their Terms & Conditions section on their website. I called the company and was on hold for about 30 minutes trying to get this whole mess resolved. I have to wait for my credit card statement next month to see if membership to these products has ceased.