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Dia-IonX
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Jbug66
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posted 3 years ago

Be very careful before ordering any of these products, I purchased the
Dia-IonX and the product states that it may take up to 6 months to see results. After 1 month (one bottle) I decided I would try one more month, still no results. When I tried to return based on the "90 day guarantee", I received an email (not a phone call) indicating that since I had ordered 2 bottles I was not eligible for a refund since ordering 2 bottles since; " Your second purchase is a clear and final indication that you accept the product(s) as-is."

But yet the paperwork enclosed with the product indicates "may take up to 6 months to see results" . One bottle would not last for a 100 lb dog nor would it last 90 days for that matter.... It also states on the enclosure with the product; " a 30 day program with Dia-ionX is never enough...

Basically, I saw no change and VETiONX did not stand behind their product

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