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AcaiBurn / Cancel your credit card before it is too late!

1 3600 Army Post Road, DesMoines, ID, United States Review updated:
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Phone: 888-591-2190

If you have just ordered this product, you probably do not realize it yet but you have been the victim of FRAUD. Just to let anyone who reads this know, the product alone sucks… And the cancellation phone numbers they give you are fake. Also the company that comes up on your credit card statement “VibrantBeauty” is not actually the company that charges you. Want proof? Just GOOGLE “Acai Burn” or go check out: http://www.vibrantbeauty.us/ Anyway, they are in hopes that you won’t figure out a way to cancel your order or even realize that there is a problem before they charge you some ungodly amount for this crap. If you’ve been sucked into ordering this, the only thing to do is CANCEL YOUR CREDIT CARD before it is TOO LATE! Sure, $12.00 for a replacement card sucks to have to pay, but don’t wait around to see what these SOB’s plan on screwing you out of. I was lucky, I got them before they got me. And now the BBB is looking into this SCAM. DON’T BE ANOTHER ONE OF THEIR VICTIMS! If you’ve already ordered, cancel your card now!

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  • Ta
      6th of Nov, 2009
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    I'm concerned about "Patrick DeMarco"...about what happened to him to make him feel it's ok to be a Pickpocket McLiar.

    This "company" is deceptive on purpose. It skates on thin ice with their terms...it does say you must return the 30 day supply within a time frame or you will be chaged. However, they honestly DO try to inconvenievece customers in ALL ways, which means they're fraudulent and hence they wont be around very long. They'll have to come up with some other way to make a dishonest living.

    There are a few ways this company is deceptive on purpose:

    1) They initially go under the name, "AcaiSlim" on their website. So of course, people are more likely to Google that name in search of any scram references. There are really no scams listed under the "AcaiSlim" name so you feel it's save to order. They are misleading about their freudulent name. They are trying to keep a clean history. You will see when you get the bottle in the mail, it is really called, "AcaiBurn." When you type that into google it is a mess of scam links and all kinds or links to reports to the BBB. This is done intentionally to mislead people. "Didn't mean to inconvience" you my foot.

    2) When you are about to submit your order, it clearly says that you are selecting the "14 Day Trial" not 30 day supply. It is only by going on a seperate link to the "Terms and Conditions" that you read the fine print that your 14 day trial IS the 3- day supply. There is no such thing as ordering a 14 day supply at all. You're ordering the Month supply in fact. You just have to make sure you cancel and send back the unused pills before time is up.

    3) After placing your order, you get a creepy phone call asking you to agree to more of something or other. I myself said "No, I do not want anything other than the free trial" twice in a row. I should have known it was a scam when the man on the other line hung up on me after I repeated "NO" about the extra offer. No Thank you or anything.

    The only way to bite back is to completely cancel your credit card. That way they are out of luck when they try and charge you more money.

    I won that battle and have a free month supply now. Another way to bite them back is to buy a prepaid card and make sure there's a small balance on it.

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