• Report: #103937

Complaint Review: Eight Squared

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  • Submitted: Mon, August 16, 2004
  • Updated: Tue, August 17, 2004

  • Reported By:Continental Ohio
Eight Squared
5210 Western Blvd. Raleigh, North Carolina U.S.A.

Avlimil - Eight Squared ripoff north carolina

*Consumer Suggestion: Non-prescription Sex Aids are Scams

*Consumer Suggestion: Non-prescription Sex Aids are Scams

*Consumer Suggestion: Non-prescription Sex Aids are Scams

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i was suppost to receive a free sample of avlimil and just pay shipping and handling. i received them and on the phone the lady asked if i wanted to enroll in the 2 month for a certain price and i said no that i only wanted the free one. now i can't get a hold of them to cancel my order and they keep sending me more and charging my credit card.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Non-prescription Sex Aids are Scams

AUTHOR: CHRIS - (U.S.A.)

The commercials for Enzyte, Avlimil and the other non-prescription sex-ais DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS are all scams.

The ads are just "sucker bait", intended to snare those who actually believe herbs can improve sex life.

The shippng and handling fees alone provide a healthy profit - look at the amount of herbal stuff you get. Not Much.

The whole scam is designed for third-party enrollmets. Once you fall for that, you go on another "sucker list", along with your credit card number.

The bad things have only just begun...

Never, ever, give your credit card number or checking account information on the internet - I don't care who wants the number, including the phone co., utilities etc., NEVER give up that number.

Your only choice now is to cancel the card...
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Non-prescription Sex Aids are Scams

AUTHOR: CHRIS - (U.S.A.)

The commercials for Enzyte, Avlimil and the other non-prescription sex-ais DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS are all scams.

The ads are just "sucker bait", intended to snare those who actually believe herbs can improve sex life.

The shippng and handling fees alone provide a healthy profit - look at the amount of herbal stuff you get. Not Much.

The whole scam is designed for third-party enrollmets. Once you fall for that, you go on another "sucker list", along with your credit card number.

The bad things have only just begun...

Never, ever, give your credit card number or checking account information on the internet - I don't care who wants the number, including the phone co., utilities etc., NEVER give up that number.

Your only choice now is to cancel the card...
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Non-prescription Sex Aids are Scams

AUTHOR: CHRIS - (U.S.A.)

The commercials for Enzyte, Avlimil and the other non-prescription sex-ais DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS are all scams.

The ads are just "sucker bait", intended to snare those who actually believe herbs can improve sex life.

The shippng and handling fees alone provide a healthy profit - look at the amount of herbal stuff you get. Not Much.

The whole scam is designed for third-party enrollmets. Once you fall for that, you go on another "sucker list", along with your credit card number.

The bad things have only just begun...

Never, ever, give your credit card number or checking account information on the internet - I don't care who wants the number, including the phone co., utilities etc., NEVER give up that number.

Your only choice now is to cancel the card...
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