Physician's Choice / Dr. Teplisky / Don't believe anything you see or hear from Dr. Teplisky / Physician's Choice
Don't believe the baloney from anything you see or hear from Dr. Teplisky / Physician's Choice. He hawks a colon cleansing product which made me feel very sick and nauseous. After returning the stuff I waited well over a month (closer to two actually) for a refund and nothing ever crediting to my account, so I called them and asked about it.
They told me they never received it. But I knew that wasn't true because before I mailed it I spent a few extra dollars and got a Receipt for Mailing and Delivery Confirmation, so I knew they had received it. I had the proof. So then they told me to mail them the Delivery Confirmation and Receipt for Mailing to them also! (they'd probably just say that they never received that too)
Unfortunately my father died right at that time and I was in the process of moving out of state, and in the midst of all that I lost the evidence I had my credit card company wanted as proof in order to reverse the charges. So basically listening to Dr. Teplisky's claims ended up being a $90+ lesson learned for me to never again buy anything from an infomercial, and if by chance you happen to be reading this and contemplating buying anything from Physician's Choice, DON'T DO IT! You'll save your money, spare yourself a lot of time & aggravation and won't make yourself feel sick from his product.