A few months ago our elderly parents we were contacedt by a young lady with this company
(SuperVitalityPlus.com) and were told that it would reverse the complications of diabetes within 3 months if they used it per their instructions.They had a doctors visit a month after they received it, he is a Dr. of internal medicine. He them to contact the attorney General of Nevada because this company is putting people with diabetes and other health conditions at great risk.
We called them asked to speak to their so called Nutritionist but all we got was a rude lady that told
us we cannot get a refund and that we should not believe everything we hear. From the other complaints found, we realize that they dont have a registered Or licensed nutritionist on staff. We were told that we would have access to a nutritionist to help us. ALL A LIE!!
We did some further research and found other complaints on this company called SuperVitalityPlus
and apparently all they are is a Las Vegas telemarketing boiler room operation filled with people that
pretend to know about various medical conditions to get seniors to purchase their product over vthe
phone. They feel violated because we were misled and lied to about the product they sell called ACAI
Berry pure cleanse, they're out $400 also. Its nothing but a dietary supplement that you can buy at any health food store. The Dr. explained that its not pure, It doesnt even give the proper Mcg or Mg content of each additional herb. We also found out that Dr. Oz DOES NOT endorse this product. In fact he warns against it being used and sold by telemarketers.
Cant somebody help put a stop to this companys misleading and dangerous phone operation?