Unibodi / Extreme AcaiBerry / Deceptive advertising
I can't identify the exact website but the product is the same on the above mentioned website. I was searching to locate an Acai product to replace the liquid Acai Extreme supplement manufactured by Agrolabs, distributed through VitaCost and is no longer available. I was not trying to lose weight but to find a product that provided the endurance and stamina that my liquid supplement did. I sent for two free trials. Extreme AcaiBerry from Nubodi and AcaiPure from Central Coast Neutraceuticals, Inc. I have not seen a charge from Central Coast but Nubodi or "MyEzeTrim as it is listed on my credit card statement has billed me $89.31 for what they call a "subscription". I did not subscribe to anything, merely requested their trial product to see if it would provide the same as my liquid supplement. When I contacted the service rep about the charge on my credit card statement he insisted that I had agreed to the "Terms" by sending in my request. I had not. I eventually found the terms he was referring to but by no means did I agreed with them. Nor would I have if they had not been so obscure. He agreed to cancel my "subscription" but would not reverse the $89.31 charge. If I refuse to pay then I will jeopardize my credit. These predators have you over a barrel. That is why I am writing, to prevent further victimization of upstanding, belief in your fellow man, apple pie, and the American flag, individuals so they do not get caught in this trap. It is my intent to see that this company gets more than $90 worth of negative advertising. This complaint is just the beginning. The "Acai" frenzy is just another example of how the greedy ###ize anything they possibly can to get rich quick, spoiling the positive.