Weightloss program is a scam

First of all this place is a chiropractor's office. They try to make it fancy with all these oils and incense burning and whatnot. I do not feel confident at all when it came to the weight loss program. When I went in for my meeting to start this I felt very pressured into starting it like they wouldn't take no for an answer. My first meeting with the so-called counselor was basically this skinny little chick calling me names of degrading me because I'm heavy. I never once felt any type of compassion or caring. It was nothing but them telling me how bad I was cuz I was fat. It made a big deal over a recipe book that we were getting to help with this diet and it turned out to be a few sheets of eight and a half by 11 printer paper with some recipes giving in by the other people doing this program. And they were really unappetizing. I would never go back to these people. They charged me $1,000 and I went three times and after being degraded and made to feel less than human I wished to stop the program and they refused to give me any of my money back.
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#1463718 Review #1463718 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Toms River, New Jersey
Product
Ocean Integrated Wellness Center Weight Loss Program
Reason of review
Poor customer service

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