Beware: That “Free” Bottle of Supplements Could Cost You a Lot this Holiday Season!

December 18, 2018
  • Have you seen or heard the ads about getting a ‘free’ bottle of supplements?  Here is one way some companies give away these ‘free’ bottles:

    1. The ad tells you to text the word ‘BIG,” or something like that, to an easy to remember short code, like 10101
    2. Once you do that, you’ve just given away your phone number! So, of course, you get a call! Sometimes they will also send a URL for you to connect with in a reply text, or do both
    3. At this point, and after much salesmanship, you will learn 2 things.  First, they may admit that the ‘free’ bottle is a free ‘sample size’ bottle, not the regular size bottle. Second, they only need your credit card information to pay the $1.99 shipping charge
    4. Congratulations!  Whether you do this on a call or online, you’ve just signed up for a $89/month subscription to their product — without knowing it!  You’ll find out when the first charge hits the credit card bill, assuming you notice.

    If that is the way some companies choose to do business, what does that say about their products? About their label of ingredients?  Would you really trust them even if their outrageous claims are sooo appealing?

    I only know one way to do business, and that’s the honest way.

    Hi, I’m Ladell Hill, co-founder of Executive Armor and I’ve been producing herbal supplements for over 30 years.  I produce an honest product that contains 100% natural, gluten-free, herbal ingredients with no fillers or additives.  Sourced only in North America and manufactured only in the USA.  And my products work!
    Look at ME, instead of an overweight former athlete or photoshopped head on a cut body  I not only stand by my products, I use them too.

    Let us help take you to a new level of Health & Wellness in 2019.

    Happy Holidays!

    Ladell Hill
    Co-founder, Executive Armor