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Re: Almighty cleanse - scam






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Almighty Cleanse Complaints
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10/5/2008 - Dionesio writes:
I furnished my wife a printout of complaints posted on this site after being made aware that she, too, had ordered the product. We requested the company's customer support by phone and sent a follow-up email on Apr. 26, this year, for a return authorization number, stating that all items are in their original containers - unopened, unused. We finally sent it back on April 30, again complying with their return policy (UPS carrier, we to shoulder return expenses, etc.). Yesterday my wife asked me to follow-up the matter because the requested reimbursemnt of a little over $200 has not been received yet. Does it take that long to return our money?

9/27/2008 - Susan writes:
I followed the instructions to the letter, and did not get the advertised results. A lot of money for a bad product. I tried one and a half bottles and then got a bit of attitude when I inquired as to how to send it back. I was very unhappy with the Almighty Cleanse. It certainly didn't live up to it's name. Not even close.

9/16/2008 - Jane Doe writes:
I tried it and followed all the instructions and IT DOES NOT WORK! No parasites, no worms, no colon cleansing. The No. 1 was a total scam - and the #2 acts like a laxative if you eat 10 at a time. I was totally taken in and had all my friends buy it and they experienced much of the same.

8/15/2008 - melissa writes:
I ordered the Almighty Cleanse in May of 2008. I promptly received it. I started out following the directions in the booklet that was provided and the directions on the bottle. I was told by the sales representative that it would not give me diarrhea, but it did and really bad. I never even made it through the cleanse because I cannot go to work when I have uncontrollable diarrhea. This alone was bad enough because it cost me about 167.00 dollars. Everything was made much worse when they began sending me products that I did not order. Every month now they charge 82.45 to my credit card. I have been charged for over-the-limit-fees twice now because of ITV. I have attempted to contact them approximately 40 times now via email and telephone. Both ways are unsuccessful and have not yielded any results. I am going to cancel my credit card account in an attempt to stop this cycle of thievery. This is theft and very unethical. I did not order any products beyond the initial order of the Almighty Cleanse.

7/21/2008 - Danny writes:
Let me say I too was duped by the infomercial. I thought it mentioned the guy on the commercial was a pastor. surely he wouldnt decieve anyone. WELL how wrong I was. I guess the biggest problem I have now is getting this damn product cancelled. All numbers for access to ITV are busy. I've been on hold for days and forever. Another order has been debited from my account, however we havent seen the product which I'll promtly throw in the trash if and when it does arrive. I may have to change banks to stop the debits and all for what? I trusted preacher with a bogus product!



 

 
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