Miracle Brews sells fake products to catch customer’s credit card information, then all method of contact disappears. Their address is actually a PO Box in San Jose. DO NOT BUY THEIR PRODUCTS! it’s all fake.
Priscilla – Aug 02, 2020
I only wanted to try the trial, but there was not a way to cancel the subscription, so 49.99 would not get taken from my account. I tried going to the [email protected] miraclebrews.com it said website not found. I called bank to dispute transaction.
Ronnie – May 14, 2020
I recently sent 3.85 to miracle brews. I got the weird video. Should I cancel my debit card?
Keith – May 04, 2020
Victim Location 90032
Total money lost $3.85
Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare
Miracle Brews claims to help women with balancing hormones and curing PMS symptoms with a tea and powder product. However, there is no actual address and any means of contact are done via email with a fake video by the owner, Vince. Once you try to contact or reply to the "welcome video" the email no longer exists. The company itself has no address or location and they don’t provide tracking number (even after they claim your product was shipped out) I already cancelled my card after they took the initial $3.85 fee to start your "free 14-day Trial" but then they started my trial already and I haven’t received their product or the tracking number.
This company is set up to basically catch your credit card or any method of payment you use then seemingly disappear.