Okay, so I don't even want to admit that I tried it but I did. I fell victim to a "free-trial" offer and along with it came some of the dirtiest marketing tactics I've ever experienced. Let me share and hopefully save someone from making the same mistake. Let me preface by saying I've never signed up for one of these "free-trial" offers. Plus, I don't believe in miracle weight loss drugs so why I even thought to try this stuff... I guess being bombarded by advertisements...claims from Oprah..."Dr. Oz"...it finally paid of for them. I thought maybe...for the cost of postage... it would be worth a try. I was well aware that if I didn't call and tell them not to, in 15 days they would start sending me the stuff every month and bill me $80 or so a month. I was willing to make the call to cancel so, what the heck, I signed up. I didn't realize that by doing so I also signed to receive a $40 green tea supplement (I called and convinced them to cancel that, to their credit, they did) plus another $60 or so worth of other monthly charges...some online weight loss support club and another discount buyers program. Don't get me wrong, I'm not stupid. I'm well-educated, I've been around the block a time or two and I am very wary of these offers. They keep the agreements so well hidden, the average person would have no idea what they were getting into. The only way I know this is going on is because I check my account balance online almost daily. It doesn't take long for me to notice unauthorized purchases. I can't imagine the trouble someone could get into if they didn't regularly watch this stuff. I'll be calling the company to give them a piece of my mind but in the mean time I wanted to send out a warning.