Vitafree.com Chicago Il Review

In December of 2001 I noticed the advertisement on television about dietzx and decided that maybe it deserved a shot. The commercial itself made me a bit skeptical because I only saw it at night time and the fact that it had not been approved by the FDA. I decided to take a chance anyway and ordered some of the pills that claimed to be free. nI wanted something to work so badly that I ordered $56.60 cents worth. It seemed like a ripoff then because it claimed to be free and here thery were charging $8 bottle. When you want to lose weight anything is worth a shot, so they received the check that I sent and cashed it. nAfew weeks later they sent a confirmation stating that it would take about four weeks. Here it is June and and I still have not gotten anything and it never hit me that I had been ripped off. For the past three months I had been sending emails and calling the number but never got anybody to talk to or the message would say call back during office hours then I began to send more emails and the email address had changed. nJust today I called and they were talking about refunds for abenegizer and that product didn’t have anything to do with the product that I ordered and that Is when I figured out that I had been ripped off. I’m very pissed off and I want justice. nAndreanCHicago, Illinois

7420 Clairemont BLVD #103-156 San Diego, California U.S.A.

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