FWM Laboratories Little River South Carolina Review

The ad came over the internet to try free Acai Berry and describe it as being for good for your health. And you can have it free if you pay the shipping. I gave my charge card number and the $3.95 was deducted for the shipping. After the charge went through on the internet. The next page stated that you would be charged $87.00 for this bottle if you didn’t cancel. I in no way was going to pay $87.00 for this small bottle of 60 pills of something that I haven’t even tried or wanted. The only way was because I was only supose to pay the shipping and it was worth that. nI received the bottle and called the number supplied and was told that I had two weeks to cancel the product and therefore I would be charged the $87.00. That two weeks was from the day I ordered the sample on the internet. First I just received the bottle, second how could I possible know if it works in two weeks even if I had it that long and second I never agreed to pay the $87.00 in the first place. nI was told that they would send my request for reimbursement to the service dept to make a decision on whether I would bet reimbursed or not. They got to be kidding. nThis is the biggest scam I have ever seen. I am so angry nFrannLittle River, South CarolinaU.S.A.

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