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PeakLife.com is a health and nutritional supplement company based in Massachusetts. The company states that it has one goal, which is to bring you the very best in health and wellness products.

Peak Life claims to make the purest, most effective supplements available which were designed to keep your body functioning at peak levels. In addition, their site provides articles and resources to help you know how to maintain a healthy body and mind.

The main products of Peak Life include Somnapure, Heart First, Focus Well, and Puritea. Product prices range from $49.99 to $69.99. After you order product, you have an 18 day trail period in which to return it.

If you do not cancel during the 18 day trial period, you will automatically be enrolled in their auto-ship program, which will send you a new shipment of your product automatically every 30 days.

If you would like to request a refund from PeakLife.com, products must be returned unopened, and in the original packaging. If you are an auto-ship member and find fault with a product auto-shipped to you, you may return that item for any reason for a refund.

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DISHONEST COMPANY



October13, 2015

They charge you automatically without any notice and if the product does not work they refuse to cancel.

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Fraud!



September14, 2015

I did not choose to enroll in a subscription. The 800 number is not Deaf-Friendly and no way to email them. (I tried the out-of-country email, no reply yet.).

I plan on fighting this! Wasn't a bad product - it's just that I'd never subscribe to it, and i found it to not be worth that price. They must make their money through one-time sales by sneaking in subscriptions.

Bad, bad, bad!

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prostate meds from a scammmer



August3, 2014

nothing outstanding about the product. It can be made in anybody's kitchen. The ingredients used in his prostate pills can be found in any reliable health food store.

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Peak Life - a criminal organization



July6, 2014

This company should be locked up and jailed for criminal fraud. I absolutely plan to sue them for the damage I incurred using their prostate product. I have a likely prostate cancer with highly elevated PSA's. I was a sucker to fall for their free sample BS. I took the "free sample" and for the first time had severe sharp pain in the prostate region. I immediately stopped taking their poison fraudulent prostate supplement. If you take it you will experience dreadful results even if there is nothing wrong with you. On top of this they billed my account though i have not yet received their damaging poison. Pure subhuman criminal filth. I am not done with these weasels.

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Just Another Scam



April22, 2014

They got my attention by offering a free sample of Somnapure sleep aid with no conditions except paying for the shipping. Shortly after I received the product, I was billed full price for a second delivery of the product including shipping on my CC. When I called them to cancel they told me they have my electronic signature for auto pay and product had been shipped already. After a lot of flak from them they agreed to refund me a partial payment only after they received the unopened product back. I am waiting to receive the product to ship back.

I noticed one of the ingredients in Somnapure is ethylene glycol, also used to kill rats. No wonder Peak Life promotes it as a sleep aid!

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December 05, 2017

One review says SomnaPure contains "ethylene glycol". I checked the label and it actually contains polyethylene glycol which is PEG. It is safe and is used as a laxative although there probably isn't enough in it to have that effect. My boyfriend loves the SomnaPure that has the herbs and melatonin (and reports no laxative efffect) but I also saw that the "clinical strength" has Benedryl and that got me concerned about deceptive practices. The problem with signing people up without consent has apparently been stopped (see the Better Business Bureau website). I know this an American company, but what I'd like to know is whether they are using cheap, contaminated ingredients from China and I can't seem to find that information.

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SCAMMERS! DO NOT GIVE EM YOUR CC#!



December6, 2013

If you order a paid sample from this company they will quickly (within days) debit your CC another $75. and ship you products you neither want, authorized or agreed to pay for. DO NOT REQUEST SAMPLES!!! DO NOT PROVIDE THEM YOUR CREDIT CARD NUMBER.

They refuse to provide an email address despite my best efforts advising them that if they did not provide it so I could send them a legal notice...that I was submitting reviews online for the rest of the day. Well guess what happened.

Peak Life is a complete scam of a business, they should be investigated for fraud and unlawful business practices.

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October 15, 2015

Somnapure Class Action Lawsuit:
Attorney Investigation
The law firm of Gutride Safier LLP is investigating allegations that Peak Life
LLC's marketing practices violate state and federal laws. In particular, Peak
Life encourages consumers to sign up for a "free sample" of its product. Peak
Life then asks consumers to provide their payment information in order to pay
for shipping and handling to receive the sample. In fact, however, Peak Life
enrolls consumers in a Subscription Program with recurring monthly charges.
In addition, Peak Life markets Somnapure as being "natural" or "all natural,"
when in fact the product contains synthetic, non-natural ingredients.
On September 26, 2015, Gutride Safier, on behalf of its client, filed the
attached class action complaint against Peak Life for these deceptive practices.
If you have been affected, please contact Todd Kennedy, Esq. at 415-789-
6390, or [email protected]

February 08, 2016

I am being billed every month for this product. I did not sign for membership either. I have tried to cancel by emailing them and trying to call but I have not succeeded.

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Plus And Minus



November25, 2013

Peak Life Prostate was a successful remedy for me after trying many other proposed products without success. The medication helped me greatly. Then I sought to get more refills from Peak Life and the cost for a 30-day supply from the manufacturer was $69.99. Expensive! My pharmacist at Walgreens showed me a supplement with identical ingredients at a cost of $15.49 that included AN EXTRA 30-DAY SUPPLY. It's called "Urinozinc." Must be the cost from Peak Life was help to pay for their TV ad.

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Shady practices, but they made up for it



May7, 2013

I caught caught in the scam too. You had to scroll all the way down to the bottom and click on Terms to get the details on the auto ship. I called and complained. The rep said they had a 30 day money back guarantee, no problem just ship the product back. It meant I would be on the hook for shipping both ways. $10. He then offered me 3, 2 week supplies of 3 different products to try in lieu of giving me the $29 refund. I took it. But instead of 3, 2 week supplies I got 2 bottles of a months supply of Focus Well and Somnapure. So I got 3 1/2 months of product for $35. I'm Ok with the deal, Somnapure works fine. It's a good product. I hope Focus Well does as good because I sure need it. If it works I'll order it.

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August 03, 2014

I received a free sample from them I have not had any other transactions with them They Billed my CC account for a full order on 8/2/14. I discovered the charges on 8/3/14. I have not received the merchandise. I tried to phone them but they claimed the office was closed. They did not say what the regular business hours are. I will be calling them tomorrow.

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