Sorry if this is a repost, but it's probably worth mentioning.
I'm sure you've all seen the ads for this stuff, especially in the paid, targeted advertisements that pop up. However, it just got worse. lol
If you go to the 'UFC' (used to be MMA) section of Yahoo! sports, the whole fukking page is basically an ad for this crap.
JUST SO YOU KNOW, and before people start asking about this, THIS is what it says in the fine print....
Force Factor is a product of xxxxxxxx and is responsible for all page content. All rights reserved. Terms of free trial: You pay only for shipping and handling and have no obligation to buy anything in the future as long as you call to cancel before the end of the 14 day trial period. If you do not call us at 1-877-492-7243 to cancel within 18 days of ordering your free trial (allowing 4 days to process and ship your 14 day order) you will be automatically enrolled in the Force Factor Fitness Auto-Ship Program. As an Auto-Ship Program customer you will be sent a one month supply of Force Factor every month and will be charged the highly discounted rate of $69.99 plus $4.99 for shipping and handling.
Yeah, extremely discounted price of 69.99. And it's auto-enroll if you don't cancel. Like I said, might be a repost. Just wanted to let people know ahead of time the crap you're getting into.
whoops... almost left their link in. haha.
Thread: warning about force factor
11-13-2009, 02:53 PM #1
warning about force factorOriginally Posted by c00ki3m0nst3r - ...I just want straight answear they do the same thing damage your liver your penis your body your change to have babies who is more side effects and who has more danger ?
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But I'm sure you made it bigger for our benefit ... lol
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I contacted force factor to stop auto-charging my card in august in was instructed to call them back in November to stop. Well I did that and still got charged for it. I'm going to call them on workday and find out what is going on and get my money back. Just don't have the time to spend talking to them all day to get it resolved.
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