Neuroxr Monterey California Review

After using my bank card on line and paying only shipping for a medicinal supplement (that doesn’r work), I also received an UNORDERED additional sleep supplement about a week prior to receiving the medicinal supplement. I thought it was a free sample but much to my surprise, at the end of the month my bank acount was charged $39.98 for the sleep supplement (that also doesn’t work). Intrestingly, the billing was to a company named differently that Neuroxr (I will add an attached screen shot). Remembering the “free sample

“” I called Neuroxr (they have a 24/7 customer service line 1-844-893-4640) and inquired about the billing. They (outsourced to India?) said they had billed me (they were very effecient in finding this information) and that I would be billed monthly for the sleep supplement (but not the medical supplement – we shall see) but I could cancel the monthly billing by returning the sleep supplement; and they gave me an RMA # to do so. However

they would not refund the $39.98. I will call my bank tomorrow (BofA) and make a “”stop payment”” to Neuroxr

for which they will charge me $30.00 but at least Neuroxr will not get that extra $9.98. I’m pretty computer saavy and know how to watch out for scammers

but THESE PEOPLE ARE SLICK. Do not have anything to do with them. Their products do not work and they will make you pay through the nose. At least I wasn’t charged hundreds of dollars like some of the people I read reports from.”

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