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Vital Resveratrol / Prescription Drug in the pill

1 Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada Review updated:

I ordered these pills as antioxidants and anti-aging pills only to find out from Health Canada and Canada Customs where they were intercepted, that they contain the prescription drug Sildenafil. A generic name for Viagra. I certainly do not want to be taking these pills as I am a female. The company has my MasterCard number and is still wanting to send and bill my card. I have emailed them to cancel the order and give me a credit back for the 2 bottles of pills that managed to get through to my address. The rest of the orders were stopped at BC customs and taken. They will be destroyed when I send my forms back to Health Canada. The waybills on the empty boxes that were sent to me were from Shanghai China which makes me wonder where these pills were made. I think this company should not be advertising these pills as such with a prescription drug in them. No where on the bottle does it say this is in them.

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  • Tp
      9th of Aug, 2009
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    The same thing happened to me. I tried to cancel my order after the first bottle but they kept sending me the pills. I eventually had to cancel my credit card and my credit card company did reimburse me for one month as I had attemped to cancel my subscription and had supporting emails to prove it. I also had emails from the stupid company letting me know they had indeed received my request to cancel - although they continued to charge me.

    The lesson here is don't trust any of these people flogging wellness campaigns - they're only in it for the money.

    Still aging in Georgetown.

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