How do I request a refund? How do I request a refund?

How do I request a refund?

We’ll be really sorry to see you go!

You can request a refund, but we do not recommend that. A refund is not what you wanted in the first place. What you wanted is a dream body. Remember? More than one million our users have achieved it with our weight loss plan and you can be one of them! You can be healthy and fit too. We know that! Give yourself and us a chance!

However, if you do want to cancel your CertifiedFasting.com fasting plan and ask for a refund, please contact our customer support by submitting a request: Submit a request within the Withdrawal period. Please note that you can apply for a refund just within Withdrawal period

Please read more about our refund policy HERE.

Once a full refund is issued, you will no longer have access to the Services. All refunds are transferred to the card that was used to pay for the product. By purchasing from our website, you agree to our Terms of Service and relinquish any rights to subject it to any questions, judgment, or legal actions. Please read more about this on our General Terms and Conditions.

By purchasing from our website, you agree to this refund policy and relinquish any rights to subject it to any questions, judgment, or legal actions. Please read more about this on our General Terms and Conditions.

DISPUTE

The law for consumer rights with credit card disputes, known as the Fair Credit Billing Act, states that consumers must make a good-faith effort to handle purchase problems with the merchant before filing a dispute.

If you dispute your payment or request a chargeback with your credit card provider, we will not be able to refund the transaction, and it might take months until the final resolution. Cases closed in the merchant's favor can't be reversed, so we kindly ask you to stay patient and give us a chance to resolve it directly with you.

What happens if you falsely dispute a charge?

Depending on the circumstances, the sentence for someone convicted of fraud can include prison time. Merchants can take customers to court over fraudulent chargebacks, and many jurisdictions will pursue criminal charges for chargeback-related fraud.

 

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