I ordered this tea because I thought I was going to have a "free" 2 week trial, in addition to a 60 day money back guarantee. Only to be told that I would have to pay the $29.95 and then I would be refunded an amount to be determined by the amount of the tea I used subtracted from the total quantity I rec'd. Well how do you try something that you are supposed to consume, and then possibly mail the entire quantity back for a full refund? Are you kidding me??!! So where is the so called "free" trial, and money back guarantee fit in to this, that's what I would like to know.in addition to that when I called before my 2 weeks was up, I was told I would have to contact a different company that was charging me $19.95 a month for some ridiculous so called "diet tips", well I never was given an option of not having these, I was told this was part of the whole package! These diet tips were purely common sense, and anyone who would do what they said, for ex: drink 8 glasses of water a day, exercise at least 3x a week, would lose weight without the tea! The reason I sent it back, was I checked the ingrediants, 100% oolang tea!!! That's it, nothing more, nothing less! Well I checked in our local everyday supermarket and found I could by the same amount of tea and 100% oolang tea at that, for about $7.50 for the same # of tea bags that Wu-Yi is trying to sell you for $29.95 $19.95 for their precious (lol) diet tips. And now to top it all off, they have either sold or given my email address to every site on the internet! I am now bombarded with over 30 "spam" e-mails a day on my e-mail account that I rec'd none prior to this. I am so mad, I could scream.