I ordered a FREE trial sample of ColoThin and authorized the $2.95 shipping charge.
I received in the same envelope a bottle of ColoCure (not Colo Thin) and a bottle of TriSlim. Order form says nothing about TriSlim.
The fraud department of Capital One called me saying I have been charged $87.77 by TrioThin and $88.5 by CureCol.
I went back and reviewed the order form and found this - not actually on the form but at bottom of page in small print:
Statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Use only as directed. Consult a physician before use if you are pregnant or nursing, have a serious medical condition, or use prescription medications. For adult use only. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing.
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We hope you enjoy this product. You will be shipped a 30-day supply to try for 15 days from the day of your order. If you are satisfied with it, do nothing else. At the end of your trial period, your active credit card will be automatically billed $88.55 for the full cost of the 30-day supply that you ordered. This discount autoship program will continue 30 days after the date of your order, and every 30 days thereafter. You can cancel your trial by calling toll-free 1-800-859-3858 Mon-Fri 8AM-8PM PST before your trial period expires, as outlined in the User Agreement.
Even though the order form and ad is highly deceptive, hey may be able to get away with the $88.55 charge for the ColoCure, but the Trio Thin should qualify for fraud.
I have spent hours on the phone screaming at various people who are only doing their job and THINK I will get MOST of my money back.
I would appreciate any suggestions on anything I can do to stop companies like this from deceiving people.
Thanks, Carolyn Rose Carolynrse@aol.com