Support says "Or pause for a moment and read the terms and conditions, or better yet, read them before you buy."
Or Resvpure could change the presentation of its website to ensure people know what they're signing up for- if it so desired. Apparently it does not. On the home page, one finds the words "Get a RISK-FREE* Bottle Today!". Notice the asterisk next to RISK-FREE which is an indication to look for an addition. The addition instructs one to "*just pay $3.72 for shipping & handling".
There is NO mention, whatsoever, of scrolling to the bottom of the page and clicking on a very small "Terms and Conditions". So...technically, Resvpure is correct. The terms are there but they’re clear as mud. It’s a shame that Resvpure finds it necessary to use smoke and mirrors for a product that many of us would most likely have continued to buy had we not been left with the feeling of being duped. I, for one, stopped taking it as soon as I found out I was automatically being billed by a process that, at best, was inadvertently misleading and, at worst, intended to mislead.