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Monday, July 14, 2008

Dr. Frank's No Pain joint spray (

Anonymous said...
I ordered 1 spray bottle of Dr. Frank's No Pain joint spray from and it was a run around from the word go. I must have gone through 15 different "add on option" screens before it would finally let me order the product I was looking for. Also, a couple of days later, I get a bill for yet another bottle of the spray. I didn't order 2 bottles...I only ordered one! Also, when I received the confirmation email for the order, in fine print at the bottom of the email, it stated that a bottle of spray would be delivered to me every month until I cancelled. No where on their site did it EVER state that. I'm tired of companies (online or physical) ripping people off and then trying to act like it was just a mistake. As far as the product goes, I'm not sure if it works or not, but it may not be worth the hassle of dealing with the company.

July 14, 2008 11:49 AM


  1. Read the small print "Discount explained" outlined in blue. There is also a 1-800 number supplied where you can cancel at any time.

  2. I also went on the site and all this site is about is trying to rip you off by trying to get you to try other things they sell. If the spray is so great why try to sell this other junk? I sent an e-mail to the customer service "CANCELING" all other things that I did not see and they may have thought I wanted.I have not gotten the spray and I hope it is good but we will have to wait and see. If you order please read everthing before saying "YES" to anything!


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