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Channel 6 Health News Report / Acacia Berry Diet &Exposed&

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So, I saw this really cool ad from a (Channel 6 Health News: Julai Miller Inveistages) News Report that stated Julia Miller investigates and tries out these wonderful products to see if they really work. 1-Acacia Berry 2-Fibra Detox. So I read the report, I read the comments from people. Everything looks legit. So I order the products. I got my fibra detox but not the Acacia Berry. So I go on to try to find that News article to see if there is a number I can call and low and behold it now that same Julia Miller works at Channel 7 News reporting a different type of Acacia Berry/Colon Cleanse diet, then guess what? She changes her appearance and now she is on a different Channel and is getting married in 5 weeks with yet a different Accacia/Colon cleanse diet and again on Channel 13 as a Blonde! Ok, I offically now know this is a scam!!! Look, just check out everything, even if it looks legit, because the scammers are gettin' good and forging real stuff. I am now going to have to try and find a way to cancel all of this stu[censored]

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  • Mo
      Sep 21, 2010

    These scammers have expanded to other businesses, which leads me to wonder if it isn't a professional advertising company putting out these ads for a fee.

    Julia from chanel 6 news:

    http://live6news.com/credit/

    Same Julia transforms into Johanna:

    http://www.memphisgazette.com/index10.html?t202id=5104645&t202kw=ImageBusinessAndFinance

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  • Kv
      Nov 20, 2010

    I also fell victim to this same channel 6 scam. What I have done is submit the following letter to the company Artelco Fibradetox Co.
    Fibra-Detox:

    On 29OCT10, I ordered your product as well as a companion product (Acai Berry) through your website. Upon receipt of two bottles of Fibra-Detox and none of the Acai Berry product, I investigated your company and found it to be guilty defrauding many unwary clients in the same manner as I was duped.

    Cancel any subscription, purchases or shipments of any product from your company that may be active at this time. Future purchases from this company will not be allowed to process through my bank. Any further business actions directed toward me through direct mail or electronic media will be referred to my attorney, R____, K____ & M_____, __ P_____ Pier, P______ ME 04___

    Your company employs deceitful and misleading advertising to sell its product. Unless a full refund of the shipping and handling charges of $3.99 is refunded to the same VISA bankcard that was used to pay for the shipping of my original order, a copy of the misleading web site and fraudulent business practices (failure to deliver other ordered product that is companion to your product) will be forwarded to the Federal Trade Commission and the Maine State Attorney General’s office for investigation as mail fraud. I will also consider levying a class action suit against your company along with the myriad of other persons who have also fell victim to your scam.

    I expect a reply to this email and the refund to be executed before 10 business days elapse.

    Vincent E. Brown

    I have found before that many scam companies will gladly refund any monies when confronted with an investigation by the Attorney General or the FTC. Mail fraud is a federal offense. If using this letter does not work. I will make good on my promise of launching a class action suit against this scam company. Until then, try your own version of this letter. Even if you do not have an attorney on retainer, as I do, the threat of being investigated usually does the trick.
    Good luck!

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  • Kv
      Nov 20, 2010

    Check out my comments on the Rollies.com complaint. I got my money back from that scam artist using a version of this letter.

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  • Pr
      Dec 10, 2010

    Grrr. I had a niggling feeling it wasn't real. But it was very convincing. My stupid Detox came today. I'm packing it up to send back with delivery confirmation, and emailing a version of the above. Silly, really. Now back to diet & exercise. ;) Part of my exercise will be to exorcise these scam artists from my credit card bills!

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  • Pr
      Dec 10, 2010

    what email did you send this to?

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  • Ul
      Dec 21, 2010

    What is their corporate email address for their Acai berry scam?

    Their 30-day free trial offer on their webpage #1, changed to 14-days to return for no charge on their webpage #3 after they took some (not all) of my credit card information.
    I never put in the security code for my credit card, although a credit card security code (from the back of the credit card) is online transaction required by that company, and I never clicked on agree, nor on order, nor on send; nevertheless, fraudulently, the webpage #2 automatically, without transaction completion action on my part, changed to a webpage #3 which, which stated transaction completion which had added on a new add-on stipulation of $77 a month, and which changed the free trial offer from free with no strings other than a $1 shipping charge, to a criminal alteration (after that company got my name and credit card account number) of contract terms (by that company) to $77 a month if not returned in 14-days.
    Keep in mind that company criminally did so without any submittal by me of a contractually required 3-digit credit card security code, nor my acceptance of the webpage #3 contractual terms.

    C.S., Rochester, NY, 21 December 2010

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  • Ch
      Aug 23, 2011

    can any one tell me how i get this cancel becoue I order these two products and i still have not gotten none of the products and no one answers the phone. need help please

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