Fortunately, I looked at the Ripoff Report before I leaped. I see there are numerous complaints about the Caf Cup service and their manner of doing business. The product may be all right but it looks exactly like the SoloFill which you can find on the net. SoloFill costs $14.99 with free shipping and no tricky business. You can also find it at many big box stores.
I've seen the same discouraging reports about a number of those TV ads that scream, "But wait! Order today and we'll double the offer. Just pay extra handling and shipping. If that were all, two of the Caf Cups would still cost $25.00 but wait, there's more! They also try to induce you to spend more money, and according to all the reports, some buyers paid as much as $75.00. Getting your money refunded is next to impossible. In fact, it may well be impossible. These people at best are borrowing your money at no interest, and at worst, simply stealing it.
Caf Cup is not the only offender. This method of doing Internet business appears to be growing by leaps and bounds. The scam is the same: They offer something that looks wonderful on TV. And hey, order today and they'll double the offer. However when you try to order you're likely to end up finding that you've bought a lot more than you ever knew. Magazine subscriptions, monthly automatic delivery plans, and often, inferior merchandise...and if you watch TV, you'll note that these "But wait! Order today and we'll double the offer!" scams don't stick around long enough for you to find out what is really going on.
That doesn't mean every ad on TV is a scam, but as for me, I'm not going to order anything before checking it out on places like this. Caveat Emptor!