Cyberwize / Bad service
Cyberwize, a multilevel marketing company, uses bait and switch methods, and DOES NOT fully disclose member"rules" when signing you up. Commissions (if you ever get one)are paid on a debit card were you learn that EACH transaction is posted at a fee, monthly dollar requirements are explained, but NOT the fact that the DOLLAR amount does not equal the "BV"(buyer volume) amount. (example: $74.95 product purchase=50 BV) At sales meetings, new "distributors" are signed up with a powerful sales pitch, only to hear later, "OH, I'm sorry I made a mistake, please forgive me" when the facts are misrepresented, (TOO LATE! you are signed up already) there where many (I MEAN MANY) points that were misrepresented or omitted entirely in order to encourage you to sign up.The premier product;Vital Stress-X (the reason I signed up, good stuff) was dropped after I spent two weeks selling it, replacement (their discretion-different product) was shipped and I can only get a thirty percent refund (siting the %70 "rule") These guys are shifty, they are promoting health and vitality but the real interest is M-O-N-E-Y (for them) Beware!! This is the biggest scam I have ever seen other than the roofers who take your deposit and never come back to fix your roof. At least you can call the cops on them! Cyberwize is in Sarasota Fla. Tunguska Blast is herbs, apple juice and alcohol wholesales for 39.95 pr 32oz and retails for 49-59 dollars. save the money, buy a jug of cheap wine!