Heart Guardian Informative - Seems a Scam
PITTSBURG, TEXAS -- Originally came into contact through NewsMax. There was a lot of info, too much, and I got out of it that a free month of CholestroBlock was available. Second Opinion was mentioned, a monthly letter I respect, have subscribed to for a couple of years. The C-Block was to be sent free, and then if one wanted to continue they would be to my Visa card. I gave them my Visa # never suspecting I was at the beginning of a scam.
The next step in the scam is when the Bank of America calls and says my Visa has been charged $1 five times, and wants to know if this is legitimate. I though this couldn't be too serious. I suppose HG is testing my Visa for validity. This is the set up to give HeartGuardian legitimacy. The first month was suppose to be free. Thinking about this development, I called my VISA provider, and told them I wanted no charges to my account from HG. I was passed to Pat Thomas (B of A). This man defended HG with heart and soul over 15 minutes. He talked in circles trying to discredit me. I was so disgusted with this man I told him to close my Visa account. This took most of time of our conversation. He was somewhat disrespectful knowing that it was a MOAA card. I had to insist several times that the account be closed. To make a long story short this was an unpleasant experience.
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