Their products are:
Miracle CBD Oil
Miracle Chiro Care with CBD Cannabidoil
Miracle CBD Cannabidoil (pills)
Miracle Smoke CBD E-Liquid (for vaping)
The Bottom Line
Everything we see is like a red flag screaming stay away.
There is no indication they offer an authentic or quality product.
And their marketing is 'overly aggressive' to put it kindly.
One small example is the following.
There is a badge on the company website (see below) stating:
“This product has been approved and its CBD content confirmed by The CBDRA”
But, the problem is there is NO such agency.
The company is promoting another soon-to-be notorious ‘free bottle’ offer. The modus operandi is the same as we’ve been seeing in other free bottle or free trial scams over the years that first made headlines with acai berry products, green coffee products and others items. Once a nutritional product gets legitimate publicity and lots of consumer interest, the scammers comes out of the woodwork with their bogus free offer deals. We predict that soon free CBD offers will be flooding the internet.
Consumers should avoid them. And, this company offers an affiliate program so you will likely see a lot of this offer, and many other similar ones, from a variety of online marketers with different names.
Just remember…Free offers are NOT FREE.
Typically when a consumer requests a free offer or free trial they must provide credit card billing information, supposedly to pay for shipping and handling. But what happens is the scam company puts the customer, unwittingly in most cases, into an auto-shipment programs and then they send products to the customer on a monthly basis automatically... even though the consumer did not actually place a specific order for more products. The products that are part of the free offer schemes are usually extremely expensive and are of highly questionable quality. It should be obvious that any unscrupulous marketer promoting bogus free offers is not going to provide a quality product.
The Bottom Line
There is no indication they offer a quality, authentic product
This looks like a free offer auto-ship scam
Auto-Ship schemes are extremely hard to cancel
Free offers are almost never free and frequently very costly
Just stay away and save yourself the headache.