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Nature's Acai Berry / not sending product and charging my account

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This is a BIG scam! They don't send you the product. I only paid for the shipping ($1.99) that they will not refund. I called to see where the product was at they said they would resend it out and move my trial date. Nope told them don't even bother I will probably need receive it this time. Just cancel!. The number I called was [protected]. the wait time is long but you get a confirmation number when canceling. Hope they don't charge me after I canceled. we will see!

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  • Pa
      3rd of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    Found this here:

    59 minutes ago by kay
    Got this from the ABC News website:

    Consumers Warned to Avoid 2 Supplement Sales Sites
    BBB warns consumers of 2 companies that use Oprah, other celebrity names, to sell supplements
    NEW YORK January 7, 2009

    The BBB on Monday named Central Coast Nutraceuticals Inc. of Phoenix and FX Supplements of Arlington, Texas, as two companies that engage in misleading sales and marketing practices. At least part of the issue is their use of "negative option marketing" techniques that require customers to cancel recurring orders or membership in ongoing programs they may or may not be aware they've signed up for. BBB said it received numerous complaints from consumers who found it difficult to cancel the orders, and were often charged multiple times.

    BBB also criticized the companies for using what appear to be endorsements from Oprah Winfrey, Rachel Ray and other celebrities for their products to lure customers in. "They knew they had a gold mine here by using Oprah's name, " said BBB spokeswoman Alison Preszler-Southwick.

    Both Web sites feature photos of and comments made by Winfrey and others regarding the reported health benefits of acai (pronounced AH-sigh-ee), along with identical photo montages of other stars who have purportedly used acai to boost their diets. While neither site specifically claims endorsement of their products, the BBB said the tactic misled consumers who thought the products were getting the nod of approval from their favorite stars.

    53 minutes ago by arty 0 Votes
    they are indians that come here and do a scam report them to bbb or the district attorney in your state and fry there ### back to the motherland

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