Sunday, June 26, 2016
One of the most common offers you’ll find in the male enhancement industry is a ‘free trial.’ The company will offer to send you a 7-day supply of their supplement and all you have to do is pay shipping. This sounds too good to be true… because it is.
What the company doesn’t tell you is that they are signing you up for an auto-shipping program that will end up costing you hundreds of dollars.
The transaction will go normally at first. When you call in the person will ask for a credit card to pay the shipping. About a week later you’ll get the package that contains the ‘free’ 7 day supply. So far everything is going great. After you try it for a bit you’ll receive a full bottle of their product. Confused, you’ll call and ask why.
They’ll tell you that you enrolled in the auto-ship program when you signed up for the free trial and that you’ll get a fresh bottle every month. The worst part is that the return policy conveniently doesn’t cover this second bottle and you end up paying full price for it.
You can cancel the auto-ship but they’ve already charged you’re credit card and they will refuse to issue a refund. The only way to get out of paying for this is by issuing a charge back with your credit card company which can be quite a hassle.
The only way to avoid these types of scams is to be wary. When you see a deal that seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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