Acaipure — false advertising and charges
I ordered Acaipure. It was a waste of money!!! The ad, which I saw thru OPRAHS' website, said I would be charged $4.95
s&h for a 14 day supply and could cancel at any time. After that, I would receive and be charged $39.95 each month for a months supply of the product. The $4.95 was charged to my card before I even received the product. I attempted numerous times to cancel the product, but was put on hold and the wait time given was always in excess of 30 minutes.
Finally, on 12/18/2008, after receiving another charge on my credit card for $39.95, I was on hold for 45 minutes and then spoke with someone who had me go to the direct website and read the terms and conditions. They ARE NOT the same terms and conditions I read in Oprahs link. I was informed there would be NO refund/or credit to my account.
It is very disturbing to me that Oprah, or ANY person of influence would be involved with these type of business practices!!! PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, for your own sake, DO NOT GET INVOLVED WITH THIS COMPANY. This is exactly why people are hesitant to order anything online where they have to give out credit information. As far as I'm concerned, it teeters on the brink of idenity theft.