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QFL INNER CLEAN U.T. PLUS . IS A SCAM !!!!
Posted by Lilo1972 on 12/29/2009
EDISON, NEW JERSEY -- I ordered some trials of QFL Inner Clean U. T. Plus and Maximum Acai Power. It said money back guarantee, but I didn't even get to really try it out when $78.89 hit my account. So I called the company, and I got one guy that said it was just a 15 day trial. I told him it hadn't been 15 day's. He said well you got it on the 17 of this month, and I told him no I didn't that I got it on the 24 and started both pills on the 25 of this month. So I told him he needs to learn his math sense even if I did get it on the 17 it would be that today would of only been the 12th day. He said to me fine then return it for a full refund. I said I ain't paying to return it for you. So he basically told me Owell then. So I called back and asked to talk to a super, but I got customer service, and I began telling her what had happened, and she said I'm sorry that is the way he runs his company. So I said there is nothing that I can do to resolve this and she said no I'm sorry, and I said but this is fraud, as well as a scam if this is what happens to people. You get the trials don't even get the full days they tell you, and charge your bank account an out rage's price. You don't even get a choice in the matter. I don't think that's right and I don't think this company should stay in business if their going to just take advantage of people. Signed Lisa P.S. Please help me and other's like me

     
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Posted by GenuineNerd on 2009-12-29:
Another bowel cleanse ripoff, both price wise and on your credit card. Ex-Lax, Metamucil, and Fleet Enema would have been a lot cheaper if you needed to "clean yourself out."
Posted by lilo1972 on 2009-12-29:
Yes I know now, but to late. But you need to know that alot of them don't work either and it's not about cleaning yr self out it's about cleaning yr colon so that you don't get colon cancer,and trust me I don't need no more health issues.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-12-29:
Lilo... you are falling for bad science. Before you waste any more money, talk to a doctor about what's colonically healthy. It's diet that counts, not the foreign substances you put into yourself.
Posted by PepperElf on 2009-12-29:
best way to clean your colon out
eat more fiber

studies have proven that...
high-fat/cholesterol diets will leave stuff sitting in your colon for over 24 hours

but high-fiber diets move it out in less than 24 hours.

and countries with predominantly high-fiber diets have very low incidences of colon cancer.


Posted by Anonymous on 2009-12-29:
Aloe Vera pills are also a natural laxative
Posted by lilo1972 on 2009-12-30:
Yes I know I fell in to a trap, but at least I can let other's know not to fall in to the same trap. I have asked my doc to help at he Say's just drink more water, and I don't have a high fat/cholesterol diet. Most of the time I'm not hungry so I don't want to eat. I have to force my self to eat at time's, which ends up making me sick, but i have to have something. Most of my problems started when my doc put me on premarin, which is a hormone replacement.
Posted by GenuineNerd on 2009-12-30:
A bottle of citrate of magnesia (tastes like bitter soda pop) would cleanse your colon out quickly...just remember to be near the toilet.
Posted by GenuineNerd on 2010-01-31:
Also, you can now buy colon cleanse products at your local drugstore...why get ripped off via Internet, TV, or newspaper/magazine ads? CVS is now selling a two-drug colon cleanse product for $9.95.
Posted by brandyboou2 on 2010-04-29:
I am currently working on a class action lawsuit against this company. They have done this to hundreds of people. If I can add you to the list, let me know brandyboou2@yahoo.com.
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Get Slim Or Get Sick?
Posted by Vera on 03/30/2008
MEDFORD, WISCONSIN -- I always fall for weight loss supplements, though I'm not overweight at all. This time I bought Wulong Tea from QFL, INC. I tried tea for two days (I did all according directions) and I got extremely sick. I was nauseated, dizzy, vomited, what not. It was real stomach poisoning. Well, things happen. May be I was allergic to this tea (never before I had reaction from tea, I love tea and drink it a lot). I sent tea back and asked for refund. It was in January 2008. Now it's end of March, but I don't see any refund on my credit card. My first remind to QFL, INC via e-mail was ignored, second was answered-"It's not our order number"...Dahhh.

They ignored two more e-mails. Then I faxed them, saying that I'm going to recall my payment through my credit card. They e-mailed me, confirming refund. But I don't see any refund on my account yet!

So, good lesson - don't buy from them! You'll get sick or from tea or from service!
     
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Posted by dude in lude on 2008-03-30:
maybe thats how its works, you get so sick you dont want to eat anymore.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-03-30:
Don't just threaten...call your card company and have the charges reversed before the clock runs ou.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-03-30:
I agree with KenPopcorn becaues he's right on and if you don't act quick they will never give you your money back and they will also do this to other people.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-03-30:
dude--You have a point.

I also agree with Ken. They are probably giving you the run-around until the clock runs out. So, act quickly if you have still not received the refund.
Posted by Starlord on 2008-03-30:
If you are not overweight at all, why do you keep messing about with weight loss crud that the FDA has already declared useless? Alli is the first weight-loss product approved by the FDA. Anything else is pure snake oil and bunkum.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-03-31:
Starlord: I'm glad you used 'useless' and 'FDA' in the same post. They've approved more than their share of snake oil and bunkum...but that's 'okay' because it came with 'gubment' approval. LOL...have you ever read the package insert for Alli? I love the advice to wear dark underwear..."to prevent staining". LOL!!!
Posted by Vera on 2008-04-04:
Ha-ha, thanks to all who wrote. Credit was issued! (minus S&H and used tea-bags:), surved me right. Should stop falling a victim of ads. All what I wanted to shed is 10-12 lbs. The best way- eat less, move more:)
Posted by Butterflylady on 2008-07-26:
I ordered the WuYi Tea from QFL, Inc. and it too made me sick for 2 days of nausea, severe case of diarrhea, weak, dizzy.I know to an extent it would happen with burning fat off, but not to this extent. I was ill and in bed for 2 days. This is a company that scams! I ordered the "Free 60 pk" and was told I would only pay shipping and handling, which I did. I got a notice of overdraft charges from my bank. Looked at my acct. and saw that QFL, Inc. decided to bill me for more tea, without my consent. I have contacted them via phone, both numbers and emails and still have not heard back. I did contact my bank and they will work with me on this, but it is a hassle for all that I have to do to clear this up. I have learned a valuable lesson, to check companies out if you are going to order via internet. AND to make sure they are a reputable company and not a fake. http://www.truthaboutwulongtea.com/
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This is a fraud
Posted by Bluebird1 on 01/31/2010
EDISON, CONNECTICUT -- I had ordered this product the qfl inner cleaner. it was suppose to be a 14 free trail. YEAH RIGHT. This is a scam and this stuff does not work
BEWARE!!!! They charge my account an additional $79.00 before I could even send the product back to them. I called customer service they hung up on me. There was nothing eles I could do. I went to my bank told them I did not order this, they said that the QFL inner clean said I did, there was nothing the bank could do. Do not order this product. you will be screwed. Its shameful that there are so many dishonest people and companys out there that will take advantage of you. You have been warned do not order this product its fake and they will take all your money.

janet pullen
     
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Posted by Alain on 2010-01-31:
How did you buy this product? Online, phone, TV offer?
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-31:
It seems like these types of online free trial offer scams are popping up more and more....98% of these websites offering you a free trial are complete scams. I would contact your credit card company and tell them it was an unauthorized charge.
Posted by ndrulez on 2010-01-31:
Actually, probiotics does work. You can buy it at any Walgreen's etc. for around ten bucks a bottle.

Terms and Conditions on QFL Inner Cleans' website explains the monthly refills and charges.

Here is the link:

http://www.qflinc.com/innerclean/details.html

I think it sucks the way they confuse people on their main page and prey on people.
Posted by andbran on 2010-01-31:
if they ask for a credit card number i pass them by
Posted by GenuineNerd on 2010-01-31:
CVS now sells a "colon cleanse" product for $9.95, which consists of two bottles of pills...colon cleanse formula and herbal fiber formula. The two bottles provide a 14-day colon cleanse. If you must use a colon cleanse product, you can buy this locally (I assume Rite Aid, Walgreens, and other drugstore chains have similar products) instead of falling for Internet offers and getting ripped off.
Posted by Skye on 2010-01-31:
Changing eating habits, would be much more of a benefit to your body, then these colon cleanse products.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-31:
What do these things do? Are they just strong laxatives? That would be kind of a bad thing to do often wouldnt it?
Posted by ndrulez on 2010-01-31:
Probiotics are good microorganisms that assist your digestion track in breaking down waste and evacuation of said waste! (So I've been told...)
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QFL, INC IS A SCAM
Posted by Sdouglas on 01/02/2010
SOUTH PLAINFEILD, NEW JERSEY -- I WAS TOLD THATS THE INNER CLEAN AND THE ACAI BERRY WAS GONNA BE A FREE 30 DAY TRAIL AND ALL I WOULD HAVE TO PAY IS THE SHIPPING AND HANDLING WHICH WAS 2.95 EACH BOTTLE. THEN I CHECK MY ACCOUNT THEY DEBIT 86.93 OUT OF MY ACCOUNT I CALLED THE COMPANY AND THE GUY TOLD ME THAT WAS IN THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND I RE-READ IT AND HE WAS LYING. SO I GOOGLE THE INNER CLEAN TO SEE IF I CAN PURCHASE IT IN A STORE NEAR ME WHEN I CAME ACROSS A WOMENS COMPLAINT ABOUT THE SAME THING THAT HAPPEN TO BE SO WHAT I DID WAS CALL MY BANK AND HAVE THEM CHANGE MY CARD AND I WILL BE MORE CAREFULL ABOUT THIS AGAIN.

     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-02:
It is in the terms and conditions.
Posted by sdouglas on 2010-01-03:
@ justthefaxx What is in the terms and conditions? If u feel like you want to try be my guest but I learn my lesson
Posted by PepperElf on 2010-01-03:
any "free" sample that requires your credit card.... isn't really free
Posted by sdouglas on 2010-01-04:
Like I said I have learn my lesson now and I thought I was just paying the shipping and handling.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-04:
Were you charged the $86.93 immediately, or did some time pass?

In the terms and conditions, it states: your credit card will be charged only the non-refundable shipping and handling for your initial fourteen (14) day risk-free trial membership and you will receive a one (1) month supply (2 bottles) of InnerClean.
You have a full fourteen (14) days to try our amazing weight loss and cleansing and detoxification product. If you are satisfied with it, simply do nothing. You'll be billed the discounted price of seventy nine dollars and ninety eight cents for this supply of InnerClean (QFL Colon Cleanse) and automatically enrolled into our monthly refill program and receive a one (1) month supply (2 bottles) every month at a huge savings for only seventy nine dollars and ninety eight cents plus shipping and handling.
Posted by sdouglas on 2010-01-05:
@bearkatkitten I was charged immediately
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