Worldfit SUP*worldfit Complaint - Worldfit (SUP*WORLDFIT) scam

Review by mhc2007 on 2009-12-29
This is a new one. After ordering some "free trial" weight loss pills, we began seeing charges on our debit card for various other companies. The newest is "worldfit", which appears to be new on the scamming scene. The other company names include:

DO NOT trust a free trial of any kind. Internet research found the Worldfit charges originally started following free trial orders of teeth whitening products. Once the free trial is ordered, the charges start appearing from all of these other companies, ranging in price from $23 - $89. We appealed nearly $300 in charges. Internet research found complaints that other consumers have lost as much as $600, and probably more.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-12-29
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-12-29:
You obviously didn't read everything before you signed up for the offer. Nothing is free!!!
Posted by goduke on 2009-12-29:
That's all just kind of scary. You might want to reach out to your state's Attorney General. They tend to enjoy shutting things like this down.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-12-29:
If there's anything requiring a credit card number or bank account information before you can receive the "free" trial; be aware there's strings attached and there's always fine print people miss and then are charged for something thinking it's free. Steer clear of anything that requires such information.

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