Absolute Acaiberry Detox Complaint - Dont Get Scammed - Absolute Acaiberry Detox

Review by lianne on 2009-11-10
Do not get these tablets absolute acai berry tablets, I went online as wanted to lose weight quick and the site I went on said risk free trial 14 days, when I received the tablest it was detox and not the tablets that were advertised on the site, I thought was getting the weight loss tablets that saw online. Then to top it all off I had £74.71 taken from my bank. I was fuming and still am as I have tried going onto the site and there is not a site anymore, looks like they have finished there scamming with that site and moved on, nasty people.

My bank is now dealing with it and now am waiting to see if can get my money back from bank, be very aware, as I will never be ordering off line for anything like that again.
Comments:7 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-11-11
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-10:
Oh ugh...another person scammed by these nonsense products. Folks, if it SEEMS to good to be true, IT IS!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-10:
I wish people would learn that you cannot lose weight by taking a pill every day. It's all about eating in moderation and exercising.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-10:
Agreed Yaya. I lost three clothing sizes by reducing portions and adding exercise to my life. It didn't happen overnight. I think that's why these pills are so popular. You are promised something that costs money and no real effort on your part and it's supposed to be quick. Neither works. If it did, everyone in the world would be talking about it and there would be no need to advertise it.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-11:
If you have to enter your credit card number or bank account info in to get a free trial, it's not free. They will never refund your money. You'll have to dispute the charge with your bank. And remember, it's not the banks fault your money was taken.
Posted by lianne on 2009-11-11:
i WAS very aware that i had 2 excersise with them, i aint that stupid 2 think just the tablets would help me lose weight, new had diet aswell as excersise, i did not set up a direct debit 4 them 2 take the money out, the bank should not of let them take it out without a direct debit plus no money in the bank at the time, which left me with nothing at the time, i am alot more wiser now and do not buy anything like that i diet and excersise, i am size 14 all wanted do is get 2 size 12 or 10 not asking 4 much, dont need them tablets anyway, i have learnt from it aswell as 100s of other peaople that done it.all i wanted 2 do was put my point across that its scam as they have done runner as the site does not exist, didnt put a comment on here 2 be told what i already know, thank you.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-11:
lianne, if you want to drop a few sizes, then take a look at your diet and eliminate anything that you eat or drink in excess. For example, stop drinking soda everyday. Or skip that dessert at night. It may take a few weeks, but removing those empty calories out of your daily intake will actually help you lose a few pounds. Add a 30 minute walk to your routine and you will see a difference.

Yes, it CAN be that easy to lose weight!
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-11:
"i did not set up a direct debit 4 them 2 take the money out, the bank should not of let them take it out without a direct debit plus no money in the bank at the time"

If you gave them your account number, that's the only way they could have taken the money out. The merchant collected the money; the bank had no way of knowing not to "let" them take the money out seeing as how you gave them your account number. You don't have to set up anything if you willingly gave them your account number. Regardless if you have money in there or not, the merchant will go to collect it's money. It's like making purchases using your debit card as a credit card (you don't punch your pin code in), the merchant will collect the money regardless if you have anything in there or not.

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