Free Trial Bottle of CBD Oil – Scam Alert

How the Free Trial Bottle of CBD Oil Scam Works

“Get A FREE Trial Bottle of CBD Oil or Gummies.” Sounds like a great deal, right? You just have to pay a small shipping charge on your credit or debit card. But you have good reason to avoid this common CBD scam at all costs. Because giving them your credit card number could end up costing you hundreds or thousands of dollars.

Hidden in the terms and conditions of these “CBD free trial” offers is language that they will start charging the payment card you already gave them for $90 each month if you don’t call them to cancel your “subscription” within a few days. The product itself is extremely low in quality and customer service is shady or non-existent.

You will likely have problems canceling your subscription if you are able to contact the company. The “customer service reps” will try to talk you into keeping your subscription or paying a lesser amount. We’ve also heard reports from users who have been charged for other products on the credit card that they provided for the “free trial of CBD.”

The best thing you can do is to immediately contact your bank or credit card company. Explain the situation to them and tell them that you’ve been scammed. They will likely suggest that you cancel your existing card and get a new one issued. They can also help you get a refund for past charges.

“Brand names” tied to this scheme include: HempVive, Pure CBD, New Leaf Naturals, True CBD, Miracle CBD, Pro Naturals, Sky CBD, Assure CBD, Divine CBD, Pure Med, Organix, Isolate Direct, CBD XRP, Optimal Choice, Zen Labs, Star CBD, Serene and Serenity CBD. Celebrity names associated with this scam include: Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, Oprah, Willie Nelson and Steve Harvey. In reality, they have nothing to do with the scam and their names are being used illegally.

The names change but just know that any offer of a “free trial bottle of CBD oil” where you just pay shipping is typically a scam.

What If I’ve Been a Victim of This Scam?

The website is NOT affiliated with this scam in any way. We are a CBD education website that warns people to avoid this scam and advises them what to do if they’ve already become a victim. 

Here’s what we recommend you do if you’ve been scammed.

  • Try to call the company that charged you and cancel your subscription with them. Ask for a full refund of any charges other than the small shipping charge that you knew you were paying. Be firm with them and don’t accept a partial refund. Tell them that you will be filing a “fraud chargeback” with your credit card company and contacting your state’s attorney general if they don’t refund all of your money.
  • Even if you are told that you’ll get a refund from the company, you’ll want to contact your bank or credit card company immediately. It’s safest to have them cancel your existing card and issue you a new one. That is the only way you’ll know that the scammers won’t be able to charge your card again.
  • Let your bank or credit card company know that you did not authorize charges other than the small shipping charge. Ask them to file a “fraud chargeback” against the company so that you can get a refund of any excess charges.
  • Don’t beat yourself up about being a victim of this scam. These scammers are preying upon thousands of people who just want to try CBD products. Chalk it up to a lesson learned and let others know about this scam if you can so they don’t fall victim to it.
  • Leave a comment below about your experience to help warn others.

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Hidden Terms and Conditions of the “Free Trial Bottle of CBD Oil” Scam

Free Trial Bottle of CBD Oil Scam

  1. I ordered free samples from Hannity/Trump endorsement. Love both products, looking to re-order! Didn’t know there was a scam until I’ve been reading all the complaints on this page. If you have purchased cbd oil before, you know it is not cheap so I expect to pay 80-$100 for my next bottle. I hope the “scam” doesn’t show up next month or the next!

  2. I was just scammed by Premium CBD. They billed me for items I did not want, took money from my account, and refused to refund for the items I did not want. Said they are going to bill my account monthly. I had to call my bank to prevent any further theft from this company. This company is a fraud and scam. Do not ever use this company!

  3. I just fell victim to one of these scams and I’m usually good about researching these things and avoiding them but no where in any of the fine print did I see anything about a 14 day trial and I read through what fine print there was.

    Here is a copy of what I sent to the BBB and Rip Off Report websites.

    I saw an ad on Facebook for a Free Sample of CBD oil if I just paid the shipping and handling. The check out page for the item had a web address of which has since disappeared and can’t be accessed now.

    I received the product which is nasty, very oily and a strong mint flavor. They charged my debit card for the shipping cost and it arrived in a small box with nothing else in the box, no paperwork, nothing showing a receipt for the charge to my card, no order forms for further product if I wanted more (I don’t!). That should have been my first red flag. Also, the email I got confirming my payment for shipping and handling didn’t say anything about a trial or cancelling before 14 days were up.

    Today I got a charge on my debit card for $95.21. I called my bank and then immediately called the number listed on my checking account beside the description of the charge, 1-888-340-2258. This is not the phone number listed on their website, they have two other numbers listed on that site. Those numbers are 301-526-9999 and 301-742-9000 and the phone number on the confirmation email when I paid for shipping is 855-439-7546 and emails are coming from a that web address doesn’t take you to a company website.

    The woman on the other end tried to say that the bottle I got in the mail was a “trial” and that it stated that there would be further charges on my card if I kept the “trial” beyond 14 days. I read over that web page fully and completely, there was never a mention of a trial or any further charges to my account anywhere on that web page or on any of the pages when I check out to pay for the shipping for this sample. I asked what the name of the company was since didn’t take me to a website just back to the checkout page for the product. She told me the name of the company was Premium Total Health. A search for Premium Total Health leads to the page

    Also I asked her for the physical location of the company and its address but she said she could not provide me with that. What kind of legitimate company can not provide you with their physical location and address?

    The woman on the other end of the conversation cancelled my account but only offered 33% of my money back. I let them know (in somewhat colorful language by this time because I was angry) that this was not acceptable. After a lot of arguing back and forth I asked for a supervisor, I was informed that a manager was not available but she could give me 66% of my money back. I kept her on the phone and let her know I wanted a 100% back. Eventually after I kept insisting on her finding a supervisor (who she kept insisting wasn’t available) she agreed to send me 100% of my $95.21 back and I got a confirmation email saying as much. The email stated I would have my money credited back in 3 to 5 days. We shall see. I can’t afford to lose that much money and I am prepared to keep fighting with them if need be until I get a full refund.

  4. Our CBD company, Harvey’s All Naturals, has had many consumers reach out, confusing us with one claiming to be affiliated with Steve Harvey. I feel terrible for these buyers as many of them tell me they can’t afford to be scammed (who can?), and wish I could direct them toward someone who can help them get their money refunded. Any recommendations?

    • We also get many inquiries from consumers who mistakenly think that our website is affiliated with this scam. Which it most certainly is not. We warn people about this scam and advise them on what to do if they’ve become a victim. The best thing that you can do is to advise them to contact their bank or credit card company to file a fraud chargeback and get a new card issued so that they don’t continue to be be charged by the scammers.

  5. I just fell for this one. Got the $5 bottle to try, then all of the sudden a $94 charge on my credit card. I had NO information on this company, they didn’t send me an email receipt, nothing. The only thing I knew from my bank was that it was a company called CNO health, and there was an 800 number. Called and got “customer service” and fought with the guy for 15 mins. I told him there was NOTHING that said it was a trial and I would be charged. He played the “let me go talk to my manager” game twice offering to credit $40, then $60. There was NO way I was going to let them get away with it. So, I asked him for the web address so I can go look at their terms and conditions. He gave it to me, I typed it in 5 times, there was no such website. While still on the phone I told him there is no website and I would like you to tell me where I can see this information. He kept saying the website and I said it doesn’t exist and if you don’t refund the full $94 I am going to claim it as fraud because you guys are scamming. He went to talk to his manager again and came back saying they could refund the full amount and it would take 7-10 business days. I don’t know if I trust them but will definitely cancel that card.

    If you call them make them show you where you can find the information, or give you any proof. The guy I got could not do that.

    • I was scammed for $180 and they would only refund $90. I was scammed by Sonoma Valley Health but on my card statement it says Dreamstar Nutrarenewal have no clue who they are. So after speaking with them I went back to read the terms and conditions and it reads much different then the one you have on here. The one on the website I got scammed by says by paying shipping I’ve entered a monthly subscription and will be charged ___ amount if you don’t cancel in ___ amount of days. So how am I suppose to know how many days I have to cancel and how much I’m being charged they don’t say just left blank.

    • I did it. I thought it was a product from Steve Harvey the show host. He stated that he’s in the CBD oil business. And so I bought it. I checked Harvey’s brand and it looks totally different?
      Now I see this scam report. Awful people out there. Shame on them.

  6. Don’t buy anything from Life Dreams or Hyperfast. They are total scammers. I agreed to $4.95 shipping for 2 free samples. They charged my card $88.44 and $90.76 and when I called to find out why, they said I didn’t read the fine print that said I was agreeing to pay these charges if I opened the samples and was also agreeing to some auto-ship of the same 2 charges every month! Total scam. They only would offer $45 back, so I took it.

    • Tried a “$5.00” sample. Plugged me for $90.00 for another bottle. Scammers! Don’t get pulled in like some of us did! Jerks. I don’t have $90 to throw away on this company.

  7. So Not Happy!!! I just checked my bank account and found a charge for $89.82, and a charge for $84.84. I called their support number and was told because I opened my trial size bottles they could not give me a refund.. After arguing for 20 minutes the man said the most he could do was $45.00 per bottle and cancel my subscription. I would not recommend this to anyone without a lawyer going through everything. This was a hard lesson learned for me I am a Senior citizen and on limited income.

    • Unfortunately, the scammers are trained to say this and they are only after as much of your money as they can get. The best way to get a refund is to call your bank or credit card company and explain the situation to them. They can help you file a “fraud chargeback” to get a full refund for what you’ve been charged. They can also issue you a new card to ensure that the scammers don’t keep charging you in the future. Sorry this happened to you.

  8. Some of them are using Willie Nelson as the guy who created the company. That is what drew me in. I got the trial and they threw in a “free” bottle of calming CBD. Well as you know from above, not only was it NOT free but they charged me $94.00. The other bottled was $96.00. I don’t understand how companies can get away with this. Please avoid these scams.

  9. My husband got a bottle of cbd oil and a bottle of the capsules for free plus shipping for each bottle. It was Sonoma Valley Health which is by Dr. Phil and several other reputable names. The oil was delivered and then 14 days later he got charged $189 for it!!! There was nothing on the order form or receipts about being charged for anything other than shipping. So we are out $189 and trying to get the bank to do a fraudulent charge and get him a new cc number. It is crazy how many people are doing this type of thing.

  10. I just got scammed on Facebook by one of these companies. Product was free, just pay shipping. CBD oil to help stop smoking. I got the product, then I get a call from my credit card company asking me if I had charged $24.95 and another $95.00 on my card to an outfit HealthyWeight. I ordered through Facebook and my receipt shows the name myhealthycbdproducts dot com and signed Premium Support Team. No where on the site I ordered from was information about them racking up charges on my card after this purchase. So I now know NOT to order anything that shows up on my Facebook page. Lesson well learned!

    • I got the same offer to just pay shipping and shipping fee. I was shocked to receive 5 bottles of gummies and they charged my account for $197. I was very upset. I’m on a fixed income and can barely afford housing and food. It is an unfair practice and I hope I can get my money back!

  11. The latest is “Alex Trebecks” Cali Naturals with rave reviews from Kelly Clarkson, Willy Nelson, etc.

  12. What if you work for a legitimate company and one of these websites is using your name or one letter off from your name in order to confuse people? There’s another form of victimization

  13. This just happened to me. 6 bottles of CBD oil 500 mg for $25 dollers. Well I thought it would be a total price for all but was I mistaken. Was charged $62 pounds and I then phoned my bank. They took $62 and then another $192. They then totally cleared my bank account. I’m now overdrawn and can’t find any number for contact.

  14. Tried to stop “auto ship” by calling the number in the terms and conditions but the number cannot be connected. There is no email address or other ways to contact these scammers, my bank has blacklisted the company name but I suspect they will try under another name. Any more attempts to extort money will result in a fraud claim and a new card for me!

    • I did the free trial and want to cancel. I can’t find out any info, email address or phone number to cancel my subscription. I really don’t want to get a new card. Any suggestions? How long do I have to cancel to not be charged? Please help.

      • The people who are running the “free trial” scam intentionally make it difficult for victims to cancel their subscription. Even if you are able to contact them, they may keep charging you every month. We highly recommend that you contact your bank or credit card company. Explain your situation to them and it’s best to get a new card issued. That’s really the only way to know that the charges will stop.

  15. You can add to the list
    Mountain Sky Oils and

    People stay away from these two companies.

    • There are too many reputable companies out there selling CBD oil to do business with NEW LEAF NATURALS. There trial offer is a blatant obvious attempt to deceive the consumer. All trial disclosures should be in bold not fine print. Order from them at your own risk.

      • Hi I did what you said and told them I wanted my money back and they tried to only give me $30 a bottle back. I purchased 2 bottles for just the small shipping fee by the way. Then I asked to talk to there supervisor then they got in the phone and told me the best they could do was $45 a bottle. So I asked to talk to their supervisor and they told me I was speaking with the most highest up person and that’s the best deal they can give me. I explained to him that I’m disabled and live on a fixed income and that I had bills to pay and that they just took $200 of my money and they can only give me $90 back its wrong and for something that doesn’t even work. It’s supposed to help with my pain and anxiety and it’s not helping either then I told him does he know how much anxiety he’s causing me right now. And that they say they’re trying to help people but all they’re doing is ripping people off. They didn’t care one bit. And my cards through Cash App so I can’t talk to a live person and all the app tells me to do is contact the merchant and requested a refund from them. So I don’t know how I can get the rest of my money back I’m so upset.

        • You can try calling them back and demanding a full refund. Be firm but calm and tell them that you have notified your bank and that you are in the process of filing a fraud chargeback. It’s important to use that exact wording “fraud chargeback.” That is often the key to getting them to issue a full refund. Because if everyone filed a fraud chargeback against the charges, they would get their payment processing account shut down.

  16. I was another sucker. Paid $4.95 (shipping) for a “free” bottle of CBD oil. Only these crooks were pretending to be Steve Harvey’s company. The same day I was hit with the $4.95 charge for one company–the shipping charged I agreed to–then a second charge of $5.99 from a different company in a different state appeared. My bank’s fraud department questioned a number of charges that hit that day (I rarely use that debit card) and was able to deny the $5.99 charge. Tonight checking my bank balance it appeared lower than it should have. Looking through the list of transactions, the same company who charged me $4.99 successfully charged the amount of $95.21 yesterday. Since I noticed the charge a day late (it went through 2/20), my bank couldn’t reverse it, but I’ve filed a fraud refund request and have cancelled that debit card. The charge appears as Revitaserum8556023855-6023059 Ca 4851 on my bank statement. At least I should receive a credit from the bank and those crooks will not be able to charge any additional amounts to my debit card. I can’t believe I fell for this. I’m disabled and live in chronic pain. Had a feeling it was too good to be true. Next time I’m listening to my intuition! Don’t fall for it, people!

    • This scam has happened to me with makeup supposedly being sold by entertainers. They took me for several monthly payments.

  17. I was taken in too. ,plus they sent a bottle of suplements which I was charged for and did not order.In Februray yesterday I received another package from them whic came to just under 200.00 They refused to take the unopened package for a refund.Tomorrow I call the attorney generals office. I did receive a call back from the company they said they would give me a credit for the free one We shall see.I am 88yrs old. on a fixed income. I suffer from cronick back pain. The add made it sound so helpful. Called mt bank They could not cancel charges. Then called CBD company. Was told that it said supposedly if I did not cancel contract within 14 days I would have to pay for the free sample.

  18. Yes I fell for the scam as well. They charged over $1200.00 under different company names and different products. I called Citi Bank. They have cancelled the card and are investing the fradulent charges and not holding me accountable for them. This is the last time I try ANY trial offer they all have the same small print that is too small to read!

    • Yes me to. President Trump was giving a free bottle of this stuff. The problem is there where no terms & conditions. For just 6.95 shipping but they slipped gummy tablets which was another 6.95 to ship. One was 89.95 and another 89.95 that showed up a few days after. I’m still disputing.

  19. Everyone seems to have to have a problem getting this scam cancelled or their money back.The phone number for the scamming, 1 844 200 1084 .Call them and ask for the account to be cancelled,they will do this.As far as the charges , after I told them that I would call my states Attorney General they agreed to give a full refund for the charges. After this I found that there had been two charges of $89.92 , my credit card company filled a charge against the company for the second charge. I hope this will help someone.

    • I was scammed for “A FREE BOTTLE of CBD OIL” if I agreed to pay the Shipping Charge of $6.95! The Company (Try Keto Life Now East Hanover, NJ, then subsequently charged my Visa two additional charges of $89.92 for items I never received! I notified CITI Bank card and they advised they would investigate!

    • thanks for the telephone number I’m 78 yrs old and I live on social security. I’ve arthritic knee and was hoping this oil that was supposedly sanctioned by my two favorite golfers would relieve my pay. I thought that I trying a sample to see if I wanted. I was shocked to see $89 charged to my card. FOR WHAT?? I haven’t received anything else. thanks again for the advice.

    • That’s good advice, Daniel, so thank you. Unfortunately, there are many companies that are a part of this scam and getting the contact information for them can sometimes be a challenge since they really don’t want to be found by their victims. It can be a good idea to first try and contact the scamming company but people typically find that they have to find a resolution directly with their bank or credit card company. Thanks again!

      • I was scammed also. It’s an ongoing scam. Luckily I went to law school and told them I was not on the phone to negotiate, I wanted all my money back except the shipping and handling. Called the bank and disputed the charge, told them I was scammed and the bank got my money back. When you talk to them and they say, can give you 30% money back, tell them you don’t want 30%, 40%, 50% and so on, you want 100% of your money back or you’ll call states atty gen, better business bureau, fed atty gen, FBI, CIA, your bank and anyone else you can think of and you’ll get an atty to file fraud charges, pain and suffering, illegal use of a bank acct and theft.

    • Fell for one of these. Sample bottle? They took £254 out of my account

    • I was scammed. Never received a trial bottle. Was charged 99.99 on my card immediately. I did not order order face cream no night serum. They mailed them. When i called to complain, i was told i should keep them because they sold them to me at a good price. Said no refunds

      • It’s extremely criminal that we’ve been scammed by these phantom CBD hemp oil offers. As if loosing the money isn’t horrible enough, what exactly is in the products?? The FDA needs to be contacted Immediately! This whole situation is very threatening and unsafe for society!!

      • ordered sample and they just keep coming and charge for both gummies n oil
        i just want to Unsubscribe..

        • Mary, you can first try contacting the company that is charging you and ask them to cancel your subscription. But they don’t always do that even when they say they will. You should contact your bank or credit card company and have them cancel your existing card and issue you a new one. That’s really the only way to know that the charges will stop.

  20. I have a siatic nerve that runs all the way down my leg and the livity cbd is a wonderful. Beats a pain pill anyday.

  21. Answered a Tiger Woods tv ad for the CBD commercial. Knowing that Tiger Woods would not have his name tied to a scam, that trust allowed me to get the free offer. But was taken from my CC 179.65. When I finally was able to get thru to an agent, they refused an d said I had agreed to all their conditions which were never even discussed. The man just hung up on me!

    • This just happened to me with cbd oil & gummies! Over the weekend, 2 debis were taken out of our checking accounts for $ 89.?? each! This was for 2 separate products: one was Healthy & Glow & the other for Keto ???! They advertised it as product Sean Hannity & President Trump endorsed & agreed on together as a business venture for themselves! I feel so stupid! We live on a fixed income as my husband & I are retired. Makes me ill!!!

  22. I also was taken.keeped seeing this add for free trial bottle of CBD oil for acing pain and joints.Company (CALIGARDEN.COM) would send you a free bottle just pay shipping and handling(DONE).Then you get your credit card statement and it shows they charged you $89.99 when the shipping and handeling was anly $9.99.Called the company and was told I joined something and was to be billed every month for $89.99 cause I didn’t cancle within 14 days.Never saw the 14 day of anything.Still working on getting my money back.BE CAREFUL,ITS A SCAM.

  23. Got taken for the Free sample deal from Healthy Organics cbd oil and Gummies, just pay
    $6.85 shipping & handling. Now have been charged $89.91 and $89.85 billed from Ketoburning and from Bestyoungerlook will be calling to cancel and get my money back, and will cancel my CC and report as a SCAM.

  24. Count me in, Free samples are not free the next month. Know who you are dealing with and read the “Terms” at the bottom of the ad. I had ordered from 2 companies and they both were kind enough to delete my account. I got lucky. CBD oil works if from reputable companies. But reputable companies don:t need to scam people.

  25. how do we cancel subscription?

    • Got scammed paying £4.95 postage for a free sample. Nowhere did I see anything that stated I would be charged £69 within 15 days. The bank said it was a recurring payment and have no information about the company or person taking the money…. Fuming!

    • Contacting the company who is charging you is typically a waste of your time. They are only after your money and often just keep charging you. You need to contact your bank or credit card company and tell them that you are a victim of this scam. Ask to file a “fraud chargeback” to recoup past charges and have them cancel your existing card and issue you a new one. That is the only sure-fire way to get the charges to stop.

      • I am dealing with a problem like that. One distribution took back bottle almost empty with Prime Natural located in Tampa Florida wasn’t t happy they accept it back i paid for shipping received 3 more bottles separate orders different family members same oil different address wont accept returns want $118.00per bottle big scam order free trail online just pay shipping! This companylocated from elders Florida 34680 p o box1365

        • This scam withdrawn three times 89.69 dollars from my credit card with out my knowledge and authorization . I informed my bank accordingly and asked them to stop payments and change my credit card account .
          I request the authorities to investigate this fraud and do take the proper action .

        • Thats the one that got me. My bank was smarter than me; they declined the charge of $188.88 and THEN notified me. I spent two days trying to contact them. Even their VM on hold is a fraud. It says ” you can press one now and leave a number for a call back” NOPE! After 20 minutes on hold for the 3rd time I got “Lily” Yeah. Right. I had sent them 2 cease and desist emails which got me an automated reply. After Lily telling me she couldn’t cancel my account unless I paid the $188.88 bc I had gone “over the 14 days free trial” (NOT ONLY didn’t it say that the email literally disappeared after I ordered the free trial. Long story short they have a bazillion different names so I cancelled my credit card so they could change the number. I will contact the Attorney General in New York and Florida.

      • I fell for this scam. Luckily we were able to catch and deny any charges before they could rob us. My question is the original web site I ordered from was very quick to ship and deliver. The web site and name of company that tried to charge account was different than the one I originally ordered from. How do we connect the two, what appears to be separate company’s. Also, what is the possibility of getting them to email a copy of terms and conditions. When its nearly impossible to retrieve the original transaction?

        • Hooray for JP Morgan Chase Bank. They declined the charge BEFORE they notified me.

        • Your difficulty in trying to figure out company names and get a copy of terms and conditions isn’t surprising. These outfits do everything they can to avoid being found because they are all about taking your money and avoiding the eyes of the FTC, banks and others who would stop them from doing so in a fraudulent way. This is why we always recommend that consumers stick with reputable brands with quality products and a history of satisfied customers.

  26. Quest Fit Keto and Quest Fit Detox are a complete scam, they prey on pain suffers with no remorse, unly profits. I have reported them to my bank and stopped the charges and am reporting them to MO Attorney General’s office. They need to be stopped. The auto renewal is hidden so deep in the presentation that you need a magnifiying glass to see it and the phone number listed is no longer available. And the actual monthly cost (double any other supplier) was never shown when the initial sample order was taken. So beware of any dealing with this outfit.

  27. i ordered from First Class Herbalist on 12/03/19. Called them 2 times the last on 1/03/20. Received product 11/09/20. They said trial stated when I placed order even though had not gotten it yet. Was charged $89.95. Going to try to get the bank to file a fraud chargeback.

    • SunRaised CBD Oil / Meta Boost Serumz is another fraudulent group. They sell you a trial sample that never arrives, charge you monthly for more product that never arrives, they tell you a refund has been processed and to date it has not. Our bank has been notified and my card is being changed. Lesson learned, only in person from now on . . .

    • I received a bottle. It has given me a body rash. I do not want any additional shipments. 1/15/20

  28. Brunin Skinny, Winning, and one other all tried to charge my card for product not authorized. Was notified by bank fraud alert. Card has been canceled.

  29. is the name they used and got me! $5.99 for trial sample! I called and told them to cancel all of it! They kept saying I had to try it for 14 days and then I could cancel it! It was some damn iranian or someone who could hardly speak English! Finally told them to get F—d went out to the bank and cancelled my debit card and ordered a new one ! I cancelled before they got me for more! Hope they dont find a way to charge me again??? and I havent even received the trial sample either but dont want the shit either

  30. I was also taken by canna blend cbd oil. There was nothing on my receipt about a subscription. I knew nothing until the charges showed up on my credit card a month later. Then it was impossible to get a hold of them to cancel over the phone. Canceled credit card, still trying to get my money back.

  31. I would like to have removed from my debit card ending in 6745 any future payments. I only wanted the free sample. I do not wish to have any more of this product . It was for New leaf naturals . My name Vicki D.

    • Vicki, you need to contact your bank to cancel your existing card and have them issue you a new one. Otherwise, these scammers will keep charging you every month. They are only after your money and will not stop trying to take money from your account.


    • Got a Amazon 130.00 free giveaway with jeff bezos why not try something free!!!! Tried to get it “free” 10.90 later couldn’t cancel because “lily” said had to wait 14 days to cancel 14 day supply!!! When does 14 start? When I order when u recieve?? 118.89 a month for something that tastes like burnt olive oil is not for me!!


    • Anne, you will want to contact your bank or credit card company and ask them to file a ‘fraud chargeback’ against the company that charged you. This will give you the best chance of recouping those charges. You’ll also want to have them cancel your existing card and issue you a new one because otherwise you will continue getting charged by these fraudsters.

      • I fell for the one that was 37.50
        For 6 bottles and was charged 225.00.
        I called my bank immediately .
        They recommended to work with their fraud claims Dept.
        Rather than cancel my credit card.

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