I bought a bottle of Centrum at Wal-Mart for $16. The vitamins caused heart palpitations. I stopped taking them on the advice of my doctor. I've written Pfizer, the manufacturer, several times over the last four months requesting a refund. The company will not respond. Wal-Mart says it will not issue a refund for any opened product. Any advice?
Is there anything written on the bottle that offers a buyers satisfaction guarentee? If there is then they should refund your money and there should be specific directions for obtaining a refund. If there is no guarentee then more than likely you are just going to be out the 16 bucks. There is no way to prove that vitamins caused the palpitations so without the bottle offering a satisfaction guarentee it is unlikely you are going to get your money back. I'm not sure I understand why your Dr thinks that the vitamins are causing the palpitations but unless you can prove it in some way to the company then you are probably not going to see a refund.
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