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Report: #1491837

Complaint Review: Ketogenics -

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  • Reported By: Suki — Shoreline United States

Ketogenics Get your free bottle of Ketogeniks for $89 per bottle - misadvertised

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I ordered pills and expected in the receipt in email conditions of terms. How long a trial if any and how much and when my card would be charged. I know I would have never signed up or returned their product if I had known they would charge me $89 twice once for supplement and also for detox bottle.

I couldn’t find that email since I thought there was no additional charges I could delete it. I hunted for a contact phone number. The customer service guy said he’d refund $55 per bottle. He described the terms he seemed to understand and I don’t remember ever agreeing to.

He canceled my membership or subscription or whatever I got myself into. I also have high blood pressure and according to a product review I shouldn’t have been taking it anyway. Wish these disclaimers and terms were more evident at the outset of the purchase.

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