"Focus Factor" by Vital Basics WARNING

Discussion in 'Health and medical' started by Brad Petria, Dec 28, 2003.

  1. Brad Petria

    Brad Petria Guest

    Hi,

    I recently saw an ad for "Focus Factor" by Vital Basics. According to the ad, I was led to
    believe that I would receive one free bottle of their product, if I pay $4.95 shipping. I called
    to order the free bottle. The person took my credit card number, address, etc. Then I was told
    "the rest of the story". I told the person to cancel my order. I told him that I did not want the
    "free" bottle, and I regret making the call. Eventually, he said that he would take care of it.

    A half hour later, I called my credit card company and discovered that the order was
    processed!!!!! I have called Vital Basics's customer service and have been told, "I can't find
    your record".

    When something seems "too good to be true", it is too good to be true. Brad

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  2. ikepono

    ikepono New Member

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    you can buy Focus Factor at Costco for $18. (no gimmicks) and if you don't like it Costco has an excellent return policy. I have taken Focus Factor for many years (only take 1 or 2 instead of the recommended 4) and recommend it to my friends. if I take 4 at one time I do fee kind of jittery, otherwise I like it. -ikepono
     
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