One thing I had a problem with was--it states that you have a FULL 14 days to try it. You do not. The 14 days starts the day they ship it and ends when they receive it back from you. Therefore, you really only have maybe 6-7 days. I contacted them the day before it was to end (14 days) to let them know I would be returning the product and end membership. They indicated they would charge me and then reimburse after they receive the item. They did end the membership and gave me a confirmation number of this. Just as a precaution, I reported my credit card "lost" and haven't been charged beyond the trial and have "delivery confirmation" that they have received the product back. So, yes, while the Terms and Conditions are for attorneys only, to be sure, I want to meet the smart-y pants that put this "agreement" together--I've seen that many companies are or have adopted this type of complicated "weasel" clause agreement...Sad.
P.S. One thing that was helpful was the "live chat" -- you are able to print this off after you are done confirming whatever questions you have for them. I used this to verify the phone call I'd made did, in fact, show my membership canceled and that I had the correct return address.