Lately we can see a lot of free trial sites for various products that have been popping up online. Lets find out how are they going to do it when they want to scam you.
Have you ever come across any free trial sites for weight-loss products? The chances are you may have seen this kind of websites already. The reason I ask is because lately we can see a lot of free trials for various products that have been popping up online. Lets assume there actually is such a site and the main intention is to scam you to buy Proactol. Let us imagine how they are going to do it.
What they do is, they will offer you a months worth of Proactol pills free and all you have to pay is just the shipping costs. It is supposed to be a good thing, you can try out the product free of charge and later on you can make a decision to either forget about it or order more.
Very unfortunate for you, most of the Proactol free trial sites do not work like that. In actual fact, you will be signed up to a subscription system where you will be charged and sent a new bottle every month; whether you ask for it or not!
But how are they going to do that? Do you remember that you were asked for your credit card details in order to pay for the shipping costs of the free-trial Proactol pills? Upon having your credit card details they will start billing you every month.
Now you will ask: Can they do that? Yes, they legally can do that; because they have told you that they were going to bill you and you agreed to it. The trick is; they bury these terms in the fine print. In some cases, quite a number of them dont even do that and of course the authorities will catch up with them.
The real fun starts when you try to cancel your Proactol order! That is even provided if you can get hold of anyone in the first place. Often it takes months before you are able to successfully communicate with someone. Then you will realize they are actually charging 2 or 3 times the price of equivalent products before agreeing to your order cancellation. Mind you, it just turns into a real nightmare. But then again, the Proactol scam websites regularly get shut down real quick.
Also, we can see some confusion on several websites that promote Proactol. Weve seen free products, buy 2 get 1 free; and online rebates offered on these sites, but when we do a check on the official Proactol website checkout page, these offers are nowhere to be found or simply been exaggerated.
We believe this is not a scam with the product or the Proactol manufacturer, but the act of those dishonest internet marketers who will say anything to make you buy Proactol through their affiliate links so they can make some commissions out of your purchase.
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