Carrie Poppy was feeling sick a month ago, so she (knowingly) purchased ColdCalm, a homeopathic “remedy” that has no actual potency to it.
Actually, she took a lot of it. Double the dosage. To no one’s surprise, nothing bad happened to her.
But, since Carrie’s a wonderful skeptic, she called both the poison control center and Boiron Laboratories (which makes ColdCalm) to hear what they had to say about her overdose. She also got it all on video
There’s a petition calling on Boiron to refund the customers they scammed — right now, the company only refunds the money if you write them within two weeks, well within the amount of time it takes for most colds to heal themselves.
Boiron is selling people fake medicine and profiting off their misinformation, knowing that by the time their customers have found out the truth, it will likely be past the chance for a refund on their bogus product. Will you join me and the JREF in telling Boiron to refund any customer who ever bought their products? If you’ve bought Boiron products and want your money back, “add a reason” when you sign, and say so!
Sign that now and spread the message that a company selling scam products doesn’t deserve anyone’s business.