Complaint / review / scam report
AcaiBurn health supplement
This is a really insidious company that lures you to a $4.95 trial of a product they boast is promoted by Oprah. You can cancel if you are in any way dissatisfied by phone, email or live chat. However you are tricked into signing up for a host of programs that are really unclear, and apparently are far from free. It is hard enough to contact AcaiBurn with the ways they provide. The phone will not be answered, or if it is you will wait for a very long time and then be most assuredly disconnected. If you send an email, there will be no response from the company. I was able to cancel via a live chat. Having discovered the myriad of complaints about this company after my trial order, I also called to cancel my credit card. However the credit card company convinced me to cancel that card and get a new number. Well this month a new $4.95 charge for online access and a $59.95 charge for who knows what appeared on that new card. My credit card company is battling the charge. But still I have elected not only to cancel that card, but also block it. I have no idea what other charges I got signed into, and worse yet what the process would be to get out of them. This company is so shady, it is not worth any try. You will get hoodwinked into a program you can not get out of. You have no idea what the charges will be and what they are for. Even the cost of the supplements if you liked them, was not disclosed upon signing on to the "free" trial offer. I found the tablets really awful and would not want to take them. When you sign up there are several other "benefits' listed all seemingly free and harmless enough. But you are apparently unwittingly signing up your credit card for things you simply didn't authorize and are not even aware of! You will receive no billing from anybody! You will have no idea where to go. If my credit company (Chase) did not take this on for me, I don't know where to begin. Chase reported that they have had plenty of dealings with this company...yet they continue. I filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and will with the Better Business Bureau. Don't get swindled: just don't sign up!!!
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