Deceptive marketing! Make sure you read their fine print!
So I see a facebook ad showing what looks like, a free $50 worth of groceries to try out their products. I'm thinking "sure, I've heard their milk is good" so I proceed with the sign up process. You would think they would be nice enough to alert you to the fact that your actually signing a contract to receive 40 (yes forty) weeks of delivery with a min $10 order each week. Yes I know, I know I should have read the fine print but you don't expect this kind of sleazy tactic from a farm.
Very shady, this little snippet of important info hides deep within the terms of agreement. You'd expect this kind of thing in mortgage contact, but not for milk delivery service. Stay away, stay far far away! Plus their groceries are are VERY expensive.
The only way to get out of the contract was to pay for the original "free" groceries you receive. Also, they offered me "free" milk on my first delivery, which they still charged me for, and it tastes like it's made from powdered milk, yuck!
Product or Service Mentioned: Winder Farms Food Free Trial.
Reason of review: Return, Exchange or Cancellation Policy.