Posted 9/2/2009 1:33 PM (GMT -6)
Colon Cleanse 3000 is one of the most deceptive, shady, internet business I’ve had the misfortune of encountering. In short my wife ordered the trial version of Colon Cleanse 3000 from their web site. The stipulations of their trial are that unless you cancel within 14 days of the date you ordered Colon Cleanse 3000, your credit card is charged $83.95. Here’s the catch. The product didn’t arrive until the last day of the trial period. How can you evaluate their product in a timely manner when it arrives the day the trial period ends and your credit card is charged? It’s a painful lesson to learn. Needless to say, how can you put a product into your body when you can’t trust the company that shipped it? The following are excerpts from the Better Business Bureau regarding the company Colon Cleanse 3000 .
“Since August 2009, this company has established a pattern of complaints regarding charging consumers' monthly billings within 10 to 14 days after signing up for a free trial offer. Per the complaints that we have receive, the consumer does not receive the trial offer before they are charged for a full month subscript ion of $83.95 plus shipping charges. The BBB recommends that you file your complaints against this company with your local State's Attorney General Office or with the Internet Crime Division of the FBI at www.ic3.gov .”
I hope anyone considering ordering from the company Colon Cleanse 3000 will take the time to read the valid complaints filed against them. If you’re looking for this type of product just visit your local reputable natural foods store where you can evaluate your options and have your questions answered. I have once again learned an expensive lesson.