Review about Apex Vitality Miracle Bust from Woodland Hills, California

76 of 95 Apex Vitality reviews

This company is a scam.They will offer you this product for just the cost of the shipping as a "trial" and then 2 weeks later will automatically withdraw $64.99 from your account.

This is *** and I BETTER get my money back or this company will further hear from me.

How dare they scam people this badly on a DAILY basis.Bastards.

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Apex Vitality Miracle Bust
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76 of 95 Apex Vitality reviews

Nov 23, 2016 #1245110 Merritt Island, Florida, United States

Good thing I used a prepaid card for the free trial now I'll just get another prepaid card and enjoy my booty pop cream:)

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Apr 25, 2016 #1149530

Did u get your money back? I just got charged 96$ off my account from them...

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Mar 30, 2016 #1136596

for the record it's NOT a scam.
$hitty way to do business of course but hardly a scam.
people do NOT on a constant basis read the fine print on "trial" offers and MANY companies depend on this fact to get them hooked into paying full price for something since they don't know to cancel before the trial is up.
good luck getting your refund, some i've seen do/can offer refunds but alot will not due to the fact that it IS stated in their fine print that you refused to read. if it werent in the fine print they open themselves up to lawsuits to which they'd lose if found they didn't have it in their fine print.
in closing i just wish people would take more responsibility for their own inactions and inability to read the fine print of a "trial" or "free" offer instead of complaining and accusing the company of scamming someone.

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Oct 28, 2016 #1233177

How do you cancel a trial order then? I'd like to know how so I can do so before my "free trial" is up.

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Mar 30, 2016 #1136408

It's just so hard to believe people are still falling for this whole scam. I'm not just talking about this product. Just about ALL TV and most other ads are the same. They hook you into a free or low cost sample and by accepting it, you automatically agree to a ridiculously expensive subscription program.
Here is a link to the Terms and Conditions for this ridiculous product but it is the same for all of them

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