While "support's" claim above that the terms and conditions are there, and that it is possible to cancel, it is not at all clear and simple, and the average person can be easily mislead. Further, the claim that it is "Risk Free" is a blatant lie, since once someone signs up and gives their credit card #, they will be charged! There is no risk free element, and the basic operation of this company, under its many names and hiding places, is to elicit and encourage this risk, since they count on and use the trusting nature of the average American to take their money. Furthermore, a case can be made that drinking grape juice or pomegranate juice, or even wine, is more beneficial.
However, my personal experience is as follows. My wife signed up for this. I hope by now I've finally convinced her that there simply is no "Risk Free" offer or Free anything. But she signed up for this on October 8th. On October 8th, a charge of $4.95 appears on my credit card, which I don't find out about until the Acaipure arrives, on October 18th. On that day, I check my CC, find the charge, verify the details with my wife, and immediately call to cancel. The cancellation is taken without complaint, and I am given a cancellation number. I ask, emphatically, three times, will there be any further charges on my CC, or is this $4.95 the last and only charge that will be made, and I am told, "Yes." Three times, and each time the response is "Yes", there will be no more charges. I ask, is there anything else that I need to do? The response is "No.", your account is cancelled.
I considered at that time also canceling my CC too, just to be on the safe side, but I foolishly decided to trust "Erin", if that was indeed the person's name. You can of course guess what happened next.
Legally, I don't know what ground we stand on in a case like this. Clearly, I was LIED to when I canceled this, but the "Terms" are designed to cover their backside. We'll just have to see where the CC company decides to fall on this one. If it was my Discover Card, I am certain they would side with me, since there practices on these matters has always been one of superior customer support, and I am the customer. Other CC companies, this current one included, often seems to side with the other side, somehow assuming that we are not the customers that should be supported, but rather the ripoff companies are.
I dispute "Support's" above contentions completely. This company does not operate from anything but a design to deceive, mislead, procrastinate, and when necessary, blatantly lie, all while trying to stay just a hair's width inside the law.