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Complaint Review: Fullfillment / Extreme AcaiBerry

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  • Submitted: Tue, August 19, 2008
  • Updated: Tue, August 24, 2010

  • Reported By:Norman Oklahoma
Fullfillment / Extreme AcaiBerry
4650 SW 51st Street, Bay 711 Davie, Florida U.S.A.

Fullfillment / Extreme AcaiBerry Acai Berry Rip Off, Terms Hidden, Safeguard Your Money Davie Florida

*Consumer Suggestion: Acai free trial rip off reports

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*Consumer Suggestion: Acai free trial rip off reports

*Consumer Suggestion: Acai free trial rip off reports

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After falling for the RISK FREE TRIAL offer, I received the trail bottle of Acai Berry (Do Nothing Crap-o-la). This cost me about $4.00 for shipping. However, a few weeks later my bank account was tagged for $89.31 and a second bottle of the Crap-o-la, arrived. After the fury subsided, I quickly tried to call for the next 3 days, only to be annoyed with the typical... 'You are caller 1192, please wait...'.

I played this game and finally got a rude individual with little English speaking skills. He cancelled my account and issued me a confirmation number, and followed with the standard, "I'm sorry, you only had 14 days to cancel", speech. I went to my bank immediately and with their effort did find very well embedded and practically hidden "Terms" link on the original web site. This link did display the "14 days to cancel" information.

My bank indicated that they could not refund my money, UNLESS the company took the product back. This company states that they do not accept returns. So I sent the unopend bottle in a different package, Certified Mail, back to the real company. I received the postal confirmation of receipt. With this new documentation, I will again visit my bank with new hope. In closing, it is a shame that our society must tolerate these sham companies and unethical business practices. The old rule must apply..."Buyer BeWare!!!".

GW
Norman, Oklahoma
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/19/2008 02:37 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Fullfillment-Extreme-AcaiBerry/Davie-Florida-33314/Fullfillment-Extreme-AcaiBerry-Acai-Berry-Rip-Off-Terms-Hidden-Safeguard-Your-Money-Da-364394. 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 Suggestion

Acai free trial rip off reports

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

Okay America we need to stop being stupid and crying that a company is ripping-us off when it is really due to our stupidity. Every site you order something from, or when you sign up for anything these days has a terms and conditions section. This should be read prior to conducting business with any company, more importantly those that do business via the internet. 95% of people do not read what they sign most of the time, or read the terms and conditions.

For this product Acai Berry 500 they are offering a free 14 day trial of their product. That is what is advertised so there is not false advertising taking place. If you read the terms and conditions (which are not hidden) it spells out that you get the 14 day trial for free and that starting day 15 they will bill your credit card for the full 31 day supply.

So they are giving you 14 days free to try the product and they will continue to send you a full 31 day supply after that. They provide the phone number and times they are open should you change your mind. The company is assuming that you are ordering the 14 day free supply because you are interested and would like to use the product ( which is $89.31 for a 31 day supply). So they are giving you the option to test it out for free for 14 days before sending you the 31day supply which they will charge you $89.31 for. Then if for some reason during the first 14 days you feel that this product is not working or you don't like it, then you don't have to buy the 31 day supply and you can call them and cancel,. Also by you canceling it will provide feedback to them on what you thought of the product.

So to sum it up. First I don't know about you but I would love the chance to try a product for free to see if I like it, to see if I have any adverse reactions to it prior to spending $89.31 on a whole months worth. Second most rip-off reports like this can be prevented simply by reading the terms and condition which they are legally required to post, which is the consumers responsibility to read.
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Acai free trial rip off reports

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

Okay America we need to stop being stupid and crying that a company is ripping-us off when it is really due to our stupidity. Every site you order something from, or when you sign up for anything these days has a terms and conditions section. This should be read prior to conducting business with any company, more importantly those that do business via the internet. 95% of people do not read what they sign most of the time, or read the terms and conditions.

For this product Acai Berry 500 they are offering a free 14 day trial of their product. That is what is advertised so there is not false advertising taking place. If you read the terms and conditions (which are not hidden) it spells out that you get the 14 day trial for free and that starting day 15 they will bill your credit card for the full 31 day supply.

So they are giving you 14 days free to try the product and they will continue to send you a full 31 day supply after that. They provide the phone number and times they are open should you change your mind. The company is assuming that you are ordering the 14 day free supply because you are interested and would like to use the product ( which is $89.31 for a 31 day supply). So they are giving you the option to test it out for free for 14 days before sending you the 31day supply which they will charge you $89.31 for. Then if for some reason during the first 14 days you feel that this product is not working or you don't like it, then you don't have to buy the 31 day supply and you can call them and cancel,. Also by you canceling it will provide feedback to them on what you thought of the product.

So to sum it up. First I don't know about you but I would love the chance to try a product for free to see if I like it, to see if I have any adverse reactions to it prior to spending $89.31 on a whole months worth. Second most rip-off reports like this can be prevented simply by reading the terms and condition which they are legally required to post, which is the consumers responsibility to read.
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Acai free trial rip off reports

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

Okay America we need to stop being stupid and crying that a company is ripping-us off when it is really due to our stupidity. Every site you order something from, or when you sign up for anything these days has a terms and conditions section. This should be read prior to conducting business with any company, more importantly those that do business via the internet. 95% of people do not read what they sign most of the time, or read the terms and conditions.

For this product Acai Berry 500 they are offering a free 14 day trial of their product. That is what is advertised so there is not false advertising taking place. If you read the terms and conditions (which are not hidden) it spells out that you get the 14 day trial for free and that starting day 15 they will bill your credit card for the full 31 day supply.

So they are giving you 14 days free to try the product and they will continue to send you a full 31 day supply after that. They provide the phone number and times they are open should you change your mind. The company is assuming that you are ordering the 14 day free supply because you are interested and would like to use the product ( which is $89.31 for a 31 day supply). So they are giving you the option to test it out for free for 14 days before sending you the 31day supply which they will charge you $89.31 for. Then if for some reason during the first 14 days you feel that this product is not working or you don't like it, then you don't have to buy the 31 day supply and you can call them and cancel,. Also by you canceling it will provide feedback to them on what you thought of the product.

So to sum it up. First I don't know about you but I would love the chance to try a product for free to see if I like it, to see if I have any adverse reactions to it prior to spending $89.31 on a whole months worth. Second most rip-off reports like this can be prevented simply by reading the terms and condition which they are legally required to post, which is the consumers responsibility to read.
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

Acai free trial rip off reports

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

Okay America we need to stop being stupid and crying that a company is ripping-us off when it is really due to our stupidity. Every site you order something from, or when you sign up for anything these days has a terms and conditions section. This should be read prior to conducting business with any company, more importantly those that do business via the internet. 95% of people do not read what they sign most of the time, or read the terms and conditions.

For this product Acai Berry 500 they are offering a free 14 day trial of their product. That is what is advertised so there is not false advertising taking place. If you read the terms and conditions (which are not hidden) it spells out that you get the 14 day trial for free and that starting day 15 they will bill your credit card for the full 31 day supply.

So they are giving you 14 days free to try the product and they will continue to send you a full 31 day supply after that. They provide the phone number and times they are open should you change your mind. The company is assuming that you are ordering the 14 day free supply because you are interested and would like to use the product ( which is $89.31 for a 31 day supply). So they are giving you the option to test it out for free for 14 days before sending you the 31day supply which they will charge you $89.31 for. Then if for some reason during the first 14 days you feel that this product is not working or you don't like it, then you don't have to buy the 31 day supply and you can call them and cancel,. Also by you canceling it will provide feedback to them on what you thought of the product.

So to sum it up. First I don't know about you but I would love the chance to try a product for free to see if I like it, to see if I have any adverse reactions to it prior to spending $89.31 on a whole months worth. Second most rip-off reports like this can be prevented simply by reading the terms and condition which they are legally required to post, which is the consumers responsibility to read.
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