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We’re sorry to learn that you did not have a good experience with Omega XL. We have hundreds of thousands of satisfied customers who continue to receive shipments on a monthly basis. We gather from your remarks that you only used our product for less than a month, and this may be why you have not enjoyed better results. As our literature and our advertising state, it may take between 4 and 6 weeks for you to feel the benefits of Omega XL. Our product is a nutritional supplement, not a medication, and dietary supplements may take some time to be effective. You asked to be contacted, however we do not find any customers in our files under the name or email address you have provided. Nevertheless, the service professionals in our Customer Advocacy Group will try to reach you via email. They may be contacted at 1-800-607-0419, or cagsupport@greathealthworks.com.
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I saw the commercial that had Larry King helping the company with their SCAM.I trust the OLD MAN but he turned out as a BIG LAIR.

I wonder how much $$ he got for the scam. Then they have a bunch of of said doctors who know who hey are lying on their behalf. So I received the two bottles special for about $59... and they signed me up for auto shipments without my knowledge at over $68/bottle.

Luckily I read the doc they sent with the product. I finished the first bottle and half way through the second one and I did not see any changes in my joint problems. Plus it has Gelatin that I hate. Anyway it took me over 30min before I got to talk to somebody to cancel my auto shipment though the lady said it's cancelled but I will call the bank and have them block any charge from the omegaXL.

My conclusion is it's a SCAM and not worth a penny.Save your money form something else and trust the celebrities if they are advertising for some product that are not FDA approved

Review about: Omega Xl Pills.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $60.

Preferred solution: STOP the SCAM.

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Anonymous
#976549

Try Serapeptase

Anonymous
Sweet Springs, Missouri, United States #970364

...and DON'T TRUST the celebrities ....

Anonymous
to Anonymous Tyrone, Pennsylvania, United States #972968

You mean Jenny McCarthy may not know what she's talking about? Say it ain't so!

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