ED Magedson – Founder
Health News5Internet United States of America
News5, Julia Sanders False Advertiing Money Ripoff
the article about Acai Berry Optimum was reported used by Julia Sanders and she lost supposedly 25 lbs in 4 weeks using the Acai Berry and Advanced Cleanse. Her introduction included a free trial offer: free trial offer of the product (3.99) shipping & handling DID NOT TRY TO FOOL ME INTO AGREEING TO ADDITIONAL HIDDEN OFFERS..." offer expires April 16, 2010
I made my order on April 15th for the FREE TRIAL which the order form showed as $0.00 money with $3.95 shipping the next page with my credit card information automatically added $99.95 and deducted from my bank account
I called within 5 min to cancell my order....I was given a cancellation # and was assured the money would be refunded within 3-5 business days. When I questioned the representative about my FREE TRIAL he kept repeating the order is $99.95 several times.......I gave up, but will be monitoring my bank account closely...the money now a total of $103.90 has been taken from my account I tried to get an irate message to News5, but when I hit submit they promply sent me a reply "still skeptical? read our results
Please do not fall for this.... FALSE ADVERTISING MONEY RIPOFF
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