When you order the free trial of "Instaflex Joint Support" for the processing fee of $4.99 you are also giving them permission to charge your credit card each month for a recurring supply of Instaflex.
It's all in the fine print. It you look at the fine print on your emailed receipt it says waaaayyy down near the bottom that you did indeed enroll in a monthly delivery of their product for $69 plus shipping. (actually around $75 w/shipping).
#4 Is actual info from my emailed recipt:
4. What are the terms of the trial offer?
From our website: "You have no obligation to buy anything in the future as long as you call to cancel the autoship program within 18 days after you place your order. If you do not cancel before then, you will be enrolled in our autoship program and, as part of the program, we will automatically send you a fresh one-month supply of Instaflex beginning in 18 days and every 30 days thereafter for just $69.99 plus $4.99 shipping and handling per supply, charged each month to the card you provide today. You may cancel anytime by calling 1-800-436-0920 and the sample is yours to keep. No future commitments, no hassles. Cancel any time."
End text from email.
They are unethical I'll give you that but the receipt said you must call a 1-800- 436-0920 to cancel your upcoming and monthly auto-shipment. They count your trial to start the day you order. So your time is almost up when you receive the free trial bottle.
Once you call you must be very straight forward and insist on canceling your account. They will say they will give you another free bottle but listen to their speech. If you get it they only move your trial period from 18 to 24 says. Be hard noised and say no and cancel your trial. Also keep your receipts, they may try and slip an order through; but your cancellation receipt will be proof to the bank that you followed their rules and will allow the bank to stop any further transactions and get you your money back.
My advice is if anyone wants to try this product, just buy it off Amazon from someone who isn't this company.
Review about: Instaflex Free Trial.
Reason of review: Problems with payment.