As you can see from the complaints filed here and the 200 on the Better Business Bureau website they are a scam. They got me for $98 too. I could tell when speaking to their customer service that they know it. They had stock answers about FTC rules etc. And instead of trying to resolve my complaint, kept repeating how I was wrong and wanting to "walk me back through" how I ordered this product. If their product was any good, they would not have to resort to deception. If thousands (Google them) are complaining that they are deceiving people with their supposed "terms and conditions" then why don't they change them to make it more clear? Any legitimate company would. No company who believed in their product would want the public to be tricked into buying it. No, they hire a former FTC lawyer to find ways to legal scam people. I encourage everyone to file complaints with the FTC, their state Attorney Generals office, and the Better Business Bureau.
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