It's a big scam. I paid postage for a free trial of slimming products. I never received anything, not even a confirmation email. 60 days later they started debiting my account for 'the subscription' I didn't know I had agreed to. There was no terms and agreements box to tick, no Direct Debit form to complete. Emails I sent went straight into 'draft box' and wouldn't send. When I telephoned I got an answerphone which says it is transferring you but nobody answers. BEWARE!!!!
I was told that there was a product that would cleanse and give more energy and so I checked it out and wanted to try it.
Then I find 199.95 on my Td Us Visa card to my shock. When I called them to take this off because I did not sign up for a membership, they told me it was electronic signature and I received pw which I did not because my computer blocked anything coming in from this site. It brought it up in the virus check as potentially harmful to my computer??? The woman 020 I spoke to on the phone said I had three days to let them know I wanted to cancel the membership which is lifetime by the way.
I called my bank and they have also dealt with this site and scams before, they wanted to ensure they do not take anymore monies, which we did. Make sure you get it in writing that they do not take any more monies for anything from you! Tell everyone what SCAMMERS these people are. FAST talking criminals BAD
I will be telling more people and spreading this so they are put out of business
Lovely and cheap advertisement for a physical product. Ambiguouos terms and conditions. "We are not selling the product, we are selling the website" and "You had thre days then we charge you $200.00 each " No recourse offered. Really a scam, customer representative hiding behind "Terms and Conditions" - which are, as I said, at best, ambiguous. Please people - when you deal with these website, you are not buying a "product" you are buying the "website" (the exact words of the customer representative)- and very expensively too. Beware. Stay away
Oh yes, and I think the website name is a tongue in the cheek sneer at "suckers" who get caught out: Tydalafil is the generic name of an erectile dysfunction medication called Cialis - so, they presume they are "stumpfing" you....
This is a scam. Beware. Also ordered goods, never received them, they are uncontactable. Don't get caught out!!
it has a wonderful trial offer page. when you try to close it teh offer gets better, 0.99p GBP for a trial offer, no postage and packing. - what's to lose? an additional £129.00GBP as it state in the fine print. - for each item you sign up for
if you have a good Credit card company like mine they make you aware of the fact, otherwise you will find out when your statement arrives
Takes card details for order of £2.95 then removes £128.60 from your bank. No product sent
also no addres no tel i advice every one not to order from yotuth nutration Cyprus
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