Better Business Bureau cautions consumers to steer clear of free trial offers for CBD

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The BBB “has received dozens of reports from frustrated consumers,” notes a BBB scam alert issued late last month. A number of celebrities on both sides of the pond have been stung by fake endorsements over the years. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has cautioned consumers to keep an eye out for a CBD scam that entices people with an-almost free trial, but ends up billing them up to US$100 a month as part of a subscription. Recent Scam Tracker reports mention popular ministers Joyce Meyer and Joel Osteen, it points out. Many times, the charges continue despite having already cancelled. “They will not refund your money.

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The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has cautioned consumers to keep an eye out for a CBD scam that entices people with an-almost free trial, but ends up billing them up to US$100 a month as part of a subscription.

The BBB “has received dozens of reports from frustrated consumers,” notes a BBB scam alert issued late last month.

The swindle involves ads on social media or in an online search that offer samples of CBD oil — in some cases, “endorsed” by a celebrity — as long as the person covers the minimal cost of shipping...

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