Instaflex Billing Practices
I came to this site to find out if Instaflex works. I wanted to read the reviews and decide for myself. I'm very disheartened to see the complaints on this page! When I was looking at getting my "free" 14-day supply, I read the fine-print carefully before pulling that trigger. First off, they charge you $4.99 for shipping on the "free" trial; second, it CLEARLY states in the paragraph right next to the submit button that you will be charged in 18 days for a full 30-day supply bottle unless you cancel before that time. It tells you at least 3 times that you can call and cancel before the 18-day period so as to not be billed. In this day and age, anyone that purchases online should be reading all of the fine-print BEFORE giving out their credit card information!
In reply to someone that stated that you can only get this product through this website, again, a little research would have shown that you can get it from other sites. GNC is listed right at the top of the free trial page as the supplier. If you go to GNC's website, you can purchase it for $69.99, but with the GNC gold card, you can get it for $46.00 and free shipping! I also saw that you can get it from other places such as Amazon.
I really wish this site would have shared more information as to whether the product worked or not and not just bashed the billing practices.
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