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Peak Life
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About Peak Life

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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Michelle Derviss
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Peak Life is a SCAM



February12, 2013

A total scam. I wouldn't trust the product due to the company being deceitful. Immediately cancel your Credit Card so that they can no longer use the number and file a complaint.

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amy
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bad auto-pay charges



August8, 2012

I don't agree with their way of doing business. the product is too expensive and auto-charges to credit card force to purchase. Stay away from its deception.

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Janice Gossett
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Total scam



August6, 2012

Next time I'll read the reviews before I get ripped offf. You sure wont sleep after you get the bill for the stuff you didn't order.

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ray
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rip off



July31, 2012

I tried the so called free offer and payed shipping. the next month they take out 74 dollars out of my account without me knowing about it, then they send me a bottle of this somnapure again. I never wanted a bottle of it,it did not work at all. This is purely a rip off don't buy this not even their rip off offer.

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Scott
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Scam! So pissed!



April23, 2012

This is a scam! That automatically sign you up for a subscription and charge you $75 a month for pills that should cost $5. When you call to complain, they are nasty and refuse to refund your money. Stay away!

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Lisa Williams
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Scam



March27, 2012

I found the product very expensive and no better than Tylenol pm. Plus I'm now enrolled in a monthly program that charges to my credit card and receiving products that I don't want. Buyer beware!

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john
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Deceptive Advertising



February9, 2012

I thought it odd when I ordered this that I did not see any commitment to further product. At the time I placed this order I placed one for a product that we hope will help my wife with her menopause symptoms. They had a clear and obvious description of the auto-ship program. So I went back to the Peak Life order page for Somnapure. After scrolling down further (if you stop scrolling where you need to fill out the 'qualify' fields and the shipping info you never see the additional info) is the text that is barely readable - this is clearly deliberate - that explains that you have 18 days to cancel. I don't care if this stuff works will we never deal with a company that is disingenuous in it's advertising.

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