Irrespective of the efficacy of the product, which produced very unpleasant side effects within me, I am pursuing Nuriberryslim for the return of almost £200, taken via my credit card without my permission. I responded to the advertised, 'free trial' and agreed to cover the modest cost of shipping, using a credit card. Checking my card statement this week, I noted that they had used the card to take two large payments, totalling £197. Assuming a mistake, I contacted the Company by email, and received a glib reply to the effect that since I did not advise them that I did not wish to proceed beyond the free trial, they had assumed that I woud do so and forwarded a further supply of capsules. At best, this is sharp practise but it could be construed as fraud, since I enterered no contract to purchase anything from them, agreeing only to pay for shipping via my credit card. I have little doubt that what I have described is a designed deception, which I have now, brought to the attention of several agencies, including, Trading Standards in Oxford, BBC Watchdog, Ripoff Britain and the Police Fraud Squad. If you are similarly concerned, I suggest that you do likewise. Ideally, you should avoid taking the 'bait'.
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