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Ripoff Report | Beachbody Review - Nationwide - Beachbody on demand
Report: #1371875

Complaint Review: Beachbody - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: pmitch — Buckeye Arizona USA
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Beachbody Beachbody on Demand Purchased dance dvds and keep charging my account for supplements I don't want. Canceled, still charging my account! Nationwide

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Reluctantly, I ordered a set of DVD's called Country Heat from Beachbody.  They had a deal of $19.95 down, and 2 additional payments of $19.95 each.  When talking to the representative over the phone, he started his spiel about how I would be receiving a free sample of shakeology, as well as another product called Activit.  I explained to him I do not take supplements as I have medical issues plus I am allergic to many things, and I did not want them.  All I wanted was the DVD's.  Insistent he explained these come free and if I don't want them to give them to someone else.  

I received my DVD's in the mail about 3 weeks later (was supposed to get free expedited shipping, didn't happen).  I was charged $37.42 for the first payment on 1/30/17.  When I called them I asked why they were charging me $37.42 when they stated it was $19.95.  I was told because I had to pay for shipping.  What?  The free shipping was just for an upgrade to expedited shipping that took 3 weeks.

On 2/28/17, I was charged $20.45, and on 3/1/17 I was charged $41.05.  They had no explanation for this.  So my original cost I was led to believe was $59.95, actually cost me $98.92.  

On top of all this, when I specifically stated numerous times I didn't not want the supplements, they sent me a bottle of their supplement called Activit.  When I checked my credit card statement, I saw a charge of $40.21 posted on 3/1/17, and called them immediately and told them to cancel this.  On 3/31/17 another charge hit my account for $29.95.  Once again I called them and I was assured would be handled and I would not have another charge to my account.  I received and email verifying that this was taken care of.  Much to my surprise, I went to pay my credit card bill today, and there was another charge posted on 5/1/17 for $29.95.  I spoke with someone with a very heavy accent telling me that I didn't return the bottle and that's why I was charged again.  No one ever said return the bottle.  I am so frustrated.  I will be contacting my credit card company tomorrow and trying to have these charges reversed, and if I have to reissue a new card.  

This company is very deceitful. All I wanted was to order some dance tapes, and got nothing but grief.  These tapes are definitely not worth the money, and all the aggravation that goes along with it.  

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