Recovery Formula scam


My Complaint: I was searching for anxiety supplements and site automatically popped onto screen. It claims to be a program that cures agoraphobia–but it also claims a lot of other so called cures and seems to use rude, ineffective approaches(most importantly,discouraging people to go to actual doctors). It has a 7 day trial that I was not able to use (but charged $39 x2.)Wasn’t able to download; this is a well-known scam that preys on mentally ill. I can’t cancel reoccurring payments;had to dispute with Paypal.


My Demand: $39 auto-drafted from my account back

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