I read a blog from someone in a weight loss chat group on Web MD (usually very reliable site) about a free trial of a colon cleanse, so I went to the site and ordered the sample they recommended (also the same blog mentioned Extreme AcaiBerry, which I also ordered as a "free" sample). These recommends are a SCAM!
I got the total cleanse product AFTER their 14-day deadline had passed for canceling membership, but also found out when I called to cancel my order that the telephone number they provided "is not yet assigned" according to the recorded message I got when I called. There is no other telephone number provided. The telephone given to "return" the product (to give you an authorization code) is always busy or is not answered.
I have canceled my credit card to keep them from charging more to my account (after AcaiBerry charged me $89.31 before I even received their "free" sample product).
Beware of people on blogs mentioning how well these (or any comercial) products worked for them. The "official" site quotes Rachel Ray and Oprah, but I wonder if those people are even aware of the use of their good names. Total Cleanse is a scam (I hope it is also not dangerous!) so beware or you will get taken big time! There ARE no free samples. Just free money...from you to THEM.
I also was charged $29.95 on my card for an online fitness company(Fit-Fac.com). I did manage to get that one refunded, but it took about 3 hours waiting on the phone!
These so-called companies (Fit-Fac, AsciBerry, Total Cleanse) are all related somehow, bogus, unethical and out to rip you off. I still have not received the samples promised from AcaiBerry, but I count my losses and hope I'm never this stupid again.
All charges from these companies have been reported as fraud to my credit card company.