Is Colon Flow (As Seen on TV) legit?

My mom ordered this over the phone using my debit card. I went to check and make sure it was legit but she’d already given them my information. Has anyone used it? Will my bank account be wiped out before Monday? The bank’s closed until Monday so I can’t go and cancel my card.

3 comments

  • Gary Y

    If it is a colon cleanser, then it is a useless scam.

    Colon cleansing has zero health benefits – your colon is clean and does not accumulate ‘toxins’.

    From Wiki:
    "No scientific evidence supports the alleged benefits of colon cleansing. The bowel itself is not dirty and barring drugs or disease, cleans itself naturally without need for assistance.’
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colon_cleansing

    "Body cleansing and detoxification have been referred to as an elaborate hoax used by con artists to cure nonexistent illnesses. Most doctors contend that the ‘toxins’ in question do not even exist."
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Body_cleansing

  • evirustheslaye

    well there’s a difference between an being illegitimate in terms of the treatment not working and in terms of them messing with your bank account.

    if the product claims to remove "toxins" from your body, it’s most certainly bull, but i don’t think they’ll clean out your account.

  • I would send it back by return and call my credit card company if I were you. It could give her diarrhoea.
    Oral cleaning of the colon involves the ingestion of dietary fiber and supplements and laxatives. The main aim of colon cleansing is to eliminate the lining of accumulated putrefied feces from within the large intestine and colon.
    A study of the living human anatomy reveals that the colon is at no time dirty or clogged. Colon cleansing is known to disrupt the balance between natural enzymes and bacteria in the digestive tract.

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