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Company is a complete sham,
This company is a total marketing sham. If you make the huge mistake of ordering from them instead of ordering from a reputable company like Amazon, they will bill your credit card for multiple marketing schemes. Be aware. It's a common trick - you click on free shipping and in tiny print somewhere hidden on the page, you are agreeing to a "free" trial. They send e-mails (which went into my spam filter) and I started getting bills I didn't notice right away. The golf tool is possibly helpful to your game but I would save your money for a couple of lessons. It will save you the stress of calling the company to demand they cancel the mystery charges that will later appear on your credit card. Be vigilant with any credit card you may use to buy this item or any products from the Medicus company directly. If they get a hold of your credit card number, they will find a secret way to bill you. I am a fairly savvy internet buyer but they got me on this one. What a rip off!!!!
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Initial post: Jan 30, 2012 11:57:45 AM PST
T. McCullough says:
I had a very similar experience with Medicus. I started to order the swing meter, and then I decided to cancel. Guess what? There was no place on the site to cancel the order. I decided to just close the window, but I had already entered my information. Big mistake. I didn't receive a confirmation email, but they sent the product and started billing me. I tried to cancel it by contacting Mastercard, but they wouldn't do anything. I sent a complaint to the BBB, and I commented on their website. As "KK" said, DO NOT buy directly from this company. The products may work, but the company is shady.
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