I ordered the original Wu-Yi tea that has been advertised for weight loss. The maker states that you can get a 30 day supply for only $4.95 plus s/h. Not a bad deal for a total of $6.95. But it's a box of 60 oolong tea bags, the same tea that you can find at any GNC or health food store, nothing grand about it.
They say you have 14 days to try for free and that your credit card will not be billed until the end of the 14 day trial. This is a lie! I ordered it on February 13th and was billed on the 21st, that's 8 days later not 14. You can only cancel by e-mail. The phone number is not of any use if you expect to speak to an actual person. I emailed them to cancel the autoship, which is $29.95 at the end of the 14 day trial and was told that unless I send the remaining 30 day supply back, I would be billed the full price of $29.95. That's $29.95 plus the $6.95 already paid for a grand total of $36.90 for a box of $5 tea.
What a scam!! Of course they won't tell you that you can't keep the tea you paid for, they expect you to keep paying $30.00 for cheap tea.
I'm sending it back! We will see what happens.