I called and explained that first, all they sent me was one bottle of the pills – so there is no way that they were charging that much for the little they sent me. That two, they had not sent me ANY additional items to constitute the $200 charge to my bank acct. And three, that they basically charged me $200 to keep my name on a database. That is it totally unconstitutional. That you cannot simply charge someone all that money u2013 based on a sample you sent someone back in September. How can they send a sample in September and then charge my acct in November? They told me that I u201ccould fight it but we win 91.99% of all of our cases that go to courtu201d. To which I replied u201cso apparently this is how you run your Ponzi scheme u2013 you get bank info based on u2018free samplesu2019 then wait for people to forget u2013 then take their money and brag that they have no foot to stand on? That is PATHETIC and you should be ashamed of yourself!u201d The only thing else they said was u201cyou can call your attorney and your bank u2013 but we will winu201d. I am beyond sickened. $200 is not chump change to some of us. I want my money back.
Unauthorized Billing, Wrongful Billing