Direct digital, LLC Instaflex 341 W 6100 S
Murray, Utah United States of America
Direct digital, LLC Instaflex Instaflex joint support Company scams seniors on fixed incomes; had to destroy my debit card and apply for a new one as charges go on from month to month unless you cancel; bad reviews on Instaflex, not approved by FDA eithe Murray, Utah
*UPDATE Employee: Customer was refunded
In the Instaflex ad on the internet the company entices you with "try Instaflex, used by athletes for joint relief, improve flexibilityand increase mobility. Send $4.99 only shipping and you can purchase a 30 day supply after you have tried it.
What they don't tell you and there is a hidden statement on the ad not visible that if you do not cancel in 11 days you will be charged $69.95 plus shipping making it a total of $74.98. So plus the $4.99 I already paid for shipping I was again charged another $74.98 for a bottle of Instaflex which I read on reports is not even FDA approved. You have a report on the internet saying it is trickery and they are scamming us seniors; we live on fixed incomes.
Because of their deceptive marketing I am out $80. I had to toss my debit card and order a new one as their charges go on each month unless you call and cancel. I could not take the chance that they would not run it through next month; I had to cancel. I am sick about this; I have automatic payments and now have to contact companies to tell them not to run their charges through until I receive my new card.
I live on a fixed income and we seniors are just making it, paying our doctor bills, paying our drug/prescriptions and we don't need rip off artists conning us. It is not fair and it is not right to do this to seniors or to anyone. This is way too much money for a bottle of joint support. Shirley Swift San Antonio Texas
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