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I will start by saying, yes, Purity Products are good, what they lack is integrity.For starters,on the radio they claim that the 1st 1000 callers will get a "free" bottle of the HAjoint.Well,it isn't free, they charge you $7.95 for shipping, which, although this price for shipping is extremly high, $7.95 for a bottle of the the vitamins is alright.Second,they really insult their listening audience intelligence by trying to make us hurry up & call so we can be one of the 1st 1000 callers.The fact of the matter is,you can call at any time & people who answer the phone will answer the exact same no matter what time of day or day of the week that you call.("Thank you for calling the......whatever it is they are selling......did you hear about this offer on the radio?")Then,after they go through their long 'wordy' script they say, "which credit card will you be using?"BEFORE they get any other information from you,they get your card number.Then you give them your personal information,THEN after they have your card # and all your personal information they tell you,"GREAT!Since you accepted our free bottle today you become a 'supersaver' customer & they go into ANOTHER loooonnnng wordy script again & by the time they are finished most people,I'm sure have lost interest & agree with them when they hear them say, "Ok". Then,you think your through, oh no!Now they go into yet ANOTHER loooonnnnnng script offering you something else for an additional 2.00 for the shipping.If you tell them no, they come back with how wonderful the product is & it would only be an additional 2.00,what do you have to lose?(Or something along those lines)I almost fell for it until I was getting ready to hang up girl "confirmed"with me that I would be receiving 3 bottles of both products every 3 months charged to the account that I gave her (them)!Also,I noticed that when I initially agreed to the 'supersaver' program the vitamins was going to be "rushed out to me so I would receive it in 5-7 business days", when I said, "HOLD UP!"And told her to take me off of that program deal,(after she tried to convince me not to by telling me that I could call to "customize" my order at any time)At the closing she said "ok this will be rushed out to you so you should receive it in 1-2 weeks."I wasn't going to tell this poor girl that was just doing her job what a (for lack of better words) scam this company is.I just wonder how many elderly people have called & agreed to this NOT KNOWING what they were doing.Also,they want you to double your dose for the 1st 2 weeks, they tell you they are giving you a month supply, well they are, but it is only 2 weeks supply when you double your dose.Again,I liked the product,but I REFUSE to purchase from them anymore due to their "shady" & PUSHY SALES tactics.Go to GNC or other health markets,you'll find something just as good & no one will try & force anything on you.Also,if you check the website, the 'normal' price they tell you on the phone is cheaper on the web.Then my mom called about another "offer" she heard on the radio, & THEY TRIED GETTING HER TO ACCEPT THE ADDITIONAL OFFER that was the HAjoint that I had originally called about & they quoted her that the 'regular' price was something completely different than anything else I had heard!1st price:$54.95 per bottle,"normal" price. 2nd price:$39.95 per bottle,"supersaver" price 3rd price:$29.99 per bottle,"supersaver" price on the web,4th price:$46.95 per bottle, the price that they told my mom was the 'normal price'.What the true price is, who knows.Like I said when I began, the company lacks integrity.If their products are as good as they say they are, they will sell themselves.Something isn't right.