There was an advertisement on the internet to try this weight loss product of Helix 6. There was a free month trial offer if the consumer paid shipping, which I did. I received the product but never tried it and thought that the was the end of it. Today, 12/03/2016, I received a second bottle of the pills, which I did not request, and was charged $79.95 to my credit card, which was never authorized as far as I was aware. There was no indication that I would continue to receive the product or be charged. If there had been, I would never had ordered the stuff. I figured I would try it when I got around to it. I am not happy because I can ill afford a $79.95 for something as silly as weight loss pills. I am on a fixed income of Social Security and do not have enough money to cover my bills as it is. I am ready to apply for assistance. I want this charge taken off my credit card. I was stupid and will never do anything such as this again. It should be illegal to draw people into things this way.