I did something really stupid. As soon as it was too late I realized just how stupid it was, and tried to call the company to cancel my order. No such luck.
As many years as I have been ignoring online advertising, this ACAI ad pulled me in, and before I knew it I had ordered the free trial offer, paying only for s/h. The “old me” would never have done that. It makes me feel like the gray haired little old lady I said I would never become.
Anyway, I’ve been adding the capsules twice a day to my vitamin regimen for several days now, with no apparent difference in energy (that’s the promise that hooked me). It’s also supposed to help with weight loss, which sounded phony to me anyway. I figure if I just felt more energetic I would exercise more and lose the weight that way.
This was definitely not a good thing to have done, because the original website, as well as the packing slip, give no indication how much they charge if I wanted to continue receiving the acai. I’ve beaten myself up over this, but all I can do is give it a fair trial, and then deal with trying to keep them from automatically charging my credit card with subsequent monthly deliveries. Oh, nothing has been said anywhere by the company about that part, but when I did the research AFTER ordering, I found lots of people complaining about the high powered tactics of this company.