I agree with Bob. I got my sample in the mail, paid the shipping, what a rip-off. I have an immune deficincy disease and have been on steriods for 2 years before coming off of them. My energy level was next to ZERO! My husband suffered, my kids suffered, my job suffered and I couldn’t even play with my baby puppy I got for my birthday to cheer me up. I saw the ad on TV and took the chance, went to the website and ordered Altovis. nIt was hard getting into the routine of taking it at first, then after about 2 weeks I started taking it regularly. Three weeks into taking it, I had a bad allergic reaction to something. I got a rash on my face and it was very ichy, so I stopped the Altovis, and all creams and any new products I had started to use. Since I had already read the whole package (I wanted to know what I was putting in my body), I knew about the membership. I even discussed it with my husband, and decided that if it helped and I didn’t have to take the harsh steriods anymore then it was worth the expense. nWell, since I might have been allergic to it, I wanted to stop the membership, I knew that if I found it to be ok then I could always renew it. I called the number on the box and got someone after many attempts. I talked to a very nasty young lady who would not cancel my membership with them. nSometimes we like to jump right in when we see the word FREE. It is Human nature I think. But you have to remember, nothing in this world is truely free, and certainly anything worthwhile is going to cost you something, this is not one of them. Read packages, call people, look on the internet (one of the best research tools you have), and by all means, don’t blame someone else for your lack of research. nI can tell you with no convictions that Altovis was at least partially responsible for my reactions, and $70 every 2 months is not worth. My doctor does not approve of it. nAngelnHouston, TexasU.S.A.
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