MG Health — Fraudulant charges to credit card
Website advertisement leads you to believe the trial product is free, and you have 14 days after receiving the product to cancel any future orders. I called them to cancel on the 13th day after receiving the product (they also send you a 30-day supply and state that it takes from two to four weeks to start working--thus, how could you make a decision within 14 days?), then discovered a few days later that they charged my debit card four charges totaling $184.84 for two bottles of "vitamins". I then called them to demand my money refunded, only to be told that I did not call within the 14 day period (they apparently start the clock on the 14 days when they "ship" the product, obviously shortening the time you have to try the product). I received it on the 26th of November and called them on the 8th of December, actually only 13 days. They shipped it on the 21st. They refused to refund my money, even if I returned the product! This company is nothing more than a SCAM. They are using every trick in the book to fraudulently charge people for a product that does exactly NOTHING for men. They will be out of business in a few years after word gets around about their sleazy business practices. The lady I spoke to on the phone actually hung up on me after loudly reading a scripted line about their refusal to refund my money. I will be reporting them to the BBB and every SCAM-reporting website I can find.