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Report: #367046

Complaint Review: Performance Health Inc - Phoenix Arizona

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  • Reported By: Newport News Virginia
  • Performance Health Inc 2375 E Camel Back Rd 5th Floor Phoenix, Arizona U.S.A.

Performance Health Inc The company sent 10 pills for $4.95, then when you try to contact them to cancel, no one answers the phone, voice response unit says the box is full, its hanging up now; call back later. Phoenix Arizona

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The company sent 10 pills for $4.95, then when you try to contact them to cancel, no one answers the phone, voice response unit says the box is full, its hanging up now; call back later. I unsubscribed through the email, and no reply back. They have not deducted anything from my checking account, but that does not mean that it is not going to happen. This company is a fraud and a ripoff.

The customer support number 888-289-8740 is bogus. I am really tired of things like this happening to consumers, something needs to be done about this. Can someone, anyone, help us?

Brenda
Newport News, Virginia
U.S.A.

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