KetoLife

KetoLife is a weight loss supplement that falsely associates itself with Shark tank investments TV show and advertises a risk free trial. They promise rush delivery,but it took two weeks to get the product. The scam is that you don’t receive the product until it is too late to cancel. I was charged $198.00 before I had the product 24hrs. Thankfully my bank was on it and asked if I authorized the purchase. When I called the number on the bottle of "dietary supplement" I stated that I wanted to cancel and I wanted a refund because I did not want to use the supplement after reading the ingredients. Nope! We are sorry, but your trial period is up even though I didn’t get the product to "try" in what was advertised as "risk free trial". Additionally they sent and charged me for a product, Vinyasa Cleanse, I did not want or ask for that uses a different company name and phone number. Additionally, the product is just a multivitamin with caffeine in it. I cancelled my credit card immediately and reported the unauthorized charges. It is still under review. So far, I only lost shipping charges, but could be out $210.00 for nothing.

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KetoLife is rated 1 out of 5 based on the reviews submitted by our users and is marked as POOR.
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