This website is cleverly designed to rip off the consumer. They are doing business with or as TRI SLIM USA and FIT FACTORY. I am angry with websites such as Rachel Ray and People/CNN who are sponsoring their bogus ads. I came upon a header that said, ACAI BERRY DIET/SECRETS REVEALED. The link went to an article in HEALTH JOURNAL from a CHANNEL 4 NEWS health correspondent who has tried the Acai Berry Diet, first hand, and gives a glowing review of personal weight loss and health benefits received. Then she raves about the reputability of the company, saying," they are so sure of their product they will give you a FREE TRIAL OFFER, and money back guarantee on products purchased". Of course this leads to the "I Accept My Free Trial" link. I fell for it, and it wasn't until I gave my CC#, that I realized the fine print... and I mean 'fine print'. Not only are you then signed up for all sorts of things that you had no idea you asked for, but the entire ad is FAKE... no real news correspondent, no real news station! You have a $19.95 per month membership to FIT FACTORY? And find that you will be billed $88.55 at the end of the trial? And $88.55 a month, thereafter, unless you cancel product membership. I called to cancel, immediately, and though it took several calls and a whole lot of aggravation, I was like a dog to a bone, until I got a cancellation email from the company relinquishing any obligations to the company. So far, I have only been billed $2.95 for shipping the bottle of trial pills. I have been reading hundreds of horror stories from others who have not been so lucky, and are paying off hefty bogus fees on the credit cards. I am trying to determine what can be done to eradicate this kind of unethical business practice. Other websites are, knowingly, pimping themselves out by sponsoring fabricated advertisements with deceptive practices like Colo Cure USA. Buyer beware... if you see any of these buzz words - STAY AWAY.