• Report: #1076665

Complaint Review: Elevate GF

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  • Submitted: Sat, August 17, 2013
  • Updated: Sat, August 17, 2013

  • Reported By: buck — Muscatine Iowa
Elevate GF
internet , Select State/Province USA

Elevate GF this is a scam Colorado

*Consumer Comment: Baseless Complaint

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This offer is deceiving.  It is a rip-off. Caveat emptor


This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/17/2013 10:16 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Elevate-GF/Select-StateProvince/Elevate-GF-this-is-a-scam-Colorado-1076665. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Baseless Complaint

AUTHOR: Raphael - ()

Hello Sir/M'am,

Please allow me to offer a fair analysis of this situation. It's only mentioned in the complaint that the "offer is deceiving" and "it's a scam" with no reasons whatsoever for such false claims.

Before you order, there is a very readable paragraph delineating the terms of the trial offer. The supplement is free for the first 14 days, but you have to call on the 13th or 14th day to cancel or extend your trial beyond the 14 days (which they most definitely offer if you take the time to grab a phone and contact a representative. Mind you, the hold time can be a bit extensive, but eventually someone should take your call). If no action is taken from your part, the company will most definitely charge you what they need to charge since it's automatically assumed you agreed to the terms and conditions before placing the order.

The terms and disclaimers are right next to the order form. "Caveat emptor" doesn't apply to those who know how to read and/or can make sense of the English language and don't necessarily take other people's word that the company is a "total scam" that "hides" information from consumers. Everything is revealed on a silver platter for everyone to be informed of just how the company performs their business. 

There also is a link at the bottom of the homepage labelled "Terms and Conditions", in which you can find out how the trial offer works. There is nowhere to get lost on said homepage, but in regards to what the supplement itself promises, not everything appears on the main page for a good reason. Don't try Google or use any other search engines simply because you will only turn out heavily disappointed and frustrated. YOU have to go the extra mile and talk to a representative via the toll-free number that is conveniently provided. They won't mislead you with useless claims and if you don't feel comfortable ordering on-line, you can place non-reocurring orders (or even set up the trial offer re-ocurring shipment) through the same representatives. My advise to you: Insist on discounts. 

Below is what is exactly stated to everyone so as to make people think before inputing their card and simply placing an order for a supposed free bottle. "Free Bottle" is in no way akin to a "Free Trial Bottle" You are given a limited amount of time to test the product on yourself, but that does not mean you can keep the bottle (unless you pay a price, with or without applicable discounts).

"These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult your physician before beginning any program. If there is a change in your medical condition, please notify your counselor immediately. While clinical studies were not performed on Elevate-GF specifically, the included ingredients have been tested to provide results as specified. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Trial Terms: By clicking "Order Now", I agree to the terms and conditions. I will be charged $4.95 for shipping and handling and receive a trial bottle of Elevate GF. If I do not cancel within 14 days, I will be billed $87.47 for the bottle received and enrolled in the membership program, charged $87.47 (Free Shipping to Auto-Ship Members) every thirty days from the first charge of $87.47, and sent a fresh supply. If you decide to cancel during the 14 day trial period, you will be required to return the unused portion of the trial bottle supplied to us at your expense via an RMA number issued by customer service".

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