My husband heard a radio ad for Raspberry Ketone Breeze and called the given number to order a trial for me, as I want to lose weight. He never heard anything about a subscription (or auto-ship) for Raspberry Ketone Breeze, nor was there anything in the mailing envelope we received.There was nothing about paying more than the "shipping only" for the trial.
We received another bottle and I called the number on the bottle to say this had not been ordered. I was on hold for over 30 min. trying to get "customer support." We've received at least 3 more bottles; I've sent emails, I've been on hold more than 30. min. several times to their number and have gotten no response.
Meanwhile, our credit card has been billed for the trial and subsequent bottles. Without a number from the company I may not be able to remove the fraudulent billings. This company is a fraud through and through. I shudder to think what I may have consumed in the trial.
The website,http://www.ketonebreeze.com, given on the bottle, only brings you to a page for their recipes, cookbook, etc., no real information is given. The credit card company tried another site: http://www.tryketonebreeze.com and got information that specifies that you must call the company and cancel before 15 days to stop your "subscription" and future mailings and billings, with return shipping at your expense. No one answers the phone, no one responds to e-mails. So what can a person do? Looks like nothing!
We did not request a "subscription", nor did we authorize payments for more product. Nothing was given on the radio about this, and I went to the stated website. Where did the other site that the credit card company used come from? I suspect it came from others with this same problem.
I am ready to sue, maybe even the credit card company, too. I thought that anything received in the mail that was not requested, you don't have to pay for or send back at your expense. True or no?