Paid and Got Nothing in Return - Bridgeville, PA
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Pamphlet states reveal your true shape in two...
- 28 Dec 2010
Pamphlet states reveal your true shape in two weeks. Why do you have to pay up front? They won't refund your money when you receive nothing.
False measurements, told to breath in when measuring for progress. The hidden message everyone is not talking about is, they do not guarantee it. I have two copies of my measurements and numbers have been changed. Here's another good one, they stated that I refused detox, drinking lemonade mixture to reduce visceral fat.
I was offered 1 extra treatment, then I would have to pay, at a lower cost, for more treatments until I was happy. Well, if six treatments didn't work why would one more help? Then spend more money, not a chance I knew they were out to get more money at that point. They said I that this visceral fat is around my organs, how would a chiropractor be able to tell that. He never touched my body.
I have nothing in my savings because these people aren't able to admit that they are wrong. I have been going to the gym for the past 7 years, they could check that. I followed all the rules they told me. Drink water no alcohol no caffeine. I exercised. When I noticed by the fourth treatment nothing had happened, I questioned them, they said it takes 6.
They had photo's in the office of Day 1 and then Day 6. This to me was the way it should have been. Then I would have been satisfied. I asked about a refund and they said they have over head and could not refund. Then when I asked why you have to pay up front. I was told they were very busy and you have to do that to keep your spot. So which is it. I am willing to get involved to sue and get my money back.
My son is an attorney but in a different field. I am going to check to see who he might recommend. I contacted the BBB but they were able to lie to them and then I didn't get the chance to explain. I also have a witness, a friend went with me. I'm ready for a fight hope you are too. The pain is for mental distress.
I see most of the people who claim it worked live...
- 7 Jun 2011
They are sneaky, they measure you and don't show you anything. They put you in a room push a button and that's it. They lie stating you lost inches when you didn't. They wrote false numbers down and I have the proof. I have a witness to verify what I'm telling you is the truth. I called and explained my disappointment. I thought the customer is always right, not in this case. They have more money, than I will ever know. I make $25.000 a year but saved for this because I couldn't achieve it on my own. It would have been worth it it it worked but it didn't. I have nothing to show for my money, and I can take photo's to prove it. They claim to know about fat around you organs, how the heck would they know that. I never saw the Dr preform any Chiropractic treaments on anyone. Just push the button and make money off people that trusted you and your cousin assistant.