Fake Article On Facebook, Not By Women's Health Re Garcinia Cambogia

I read the Women's Health article on Facebook 9/2/2013 about Garcinia Cambogia, and the free, RISK-FREE, 15 day trial that a so-called reputable company "Prima" offers. If you don't like it, you are just suppose to call them and cancel during trial. Or they will begin charging you $78.94 per month.

When you click on link for free trial, all you pay is S&H of $4.95, the brand is "Prima". You fill out your info, click continue, and the next page looks identical to the first page, but it's not "Prima". The bottle says "Garcinia Cambogia XT", but you don't realize they've switched name brands on you.

Bottom line...it was suppose to ship within 24 hours and I was suppose to receive a receipt via email. Never got it. So today, I started researching this, and came across a fake number: 1-855-986-2645. I called my bank, spoke to card services, she did a quick search and saw all the scam articles for this. The name of the people who debited my card was "GCXT", and the same fake phone number was listed. My bank rep gladly put a hold on my bank card, and is sending me a new one within a week. So, these people think they are going to get away with debiting my account for $78.94 beginning Sept 17, then every month thereafter. WRONG!!! They did steal $4.95, but I can live with that if it prevented them from stealing more money, or helps another person.

Obviously, there is more than one fake company doing this (compared to the first lady's complaint on here I read). She received the actual product, whereas, I received nothing, and there is no way to reach these people. All contact information they provide is bogus.


Country: USA   State: Georgia   City: Savannah   Zip: 31404
Address: 2338 Rowland Ave
Phone: 8005580884,8669608574
Site: www.orderpuregarciniacambogia.com

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