Initially I fell for the hope engendered by the t.v. adds and did order a 30 day sample. Two 30 day samples arrived with an explanation that two months minimum were required to obtain any positive results. When my credit card was billed by Berkeley Neutricuticals we thought it had to do with my diabetic counseling in the city of Berkeley. nAfter the lessons ended the billing kept on and we put two and two packets every two month together. I tried many times to effect a stop and was frustrated six ways to nowhere, but today Sept 9th ’04 the company’s web cite exists as askberkeley.com. The left side and at the very bottom is a button to stop the mailings and if all shipments are returned unopened the company says it will refund all payments less shipment charges. nThis is probably a concession to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office which, from other postings, had received in excess of 2,500 complaints by consumers. I’m in California and here it is a violation of our Deceptive and Unfair Business Practices Act to only list a P.O. box number and not show a physical location (for service of legal process, etc.) See Cal. Business & Professions Code Section 17500 and following. nThese guys do seem like they are now trying to do the right things. They just should have had an attorney help with the setting up of the business. O.K. that’s it. nStevennOakland, CaliforniaU.S.A.
P.O.B. 42635 NO ACTUAL ADDRESS SHOWN ON ANY MATERIALS KNOWN TO ME. PO Box 42635 Cincinnati, Ohio U.S.A.