Immunocorp, a California company offering immune boosters and related products, has a negative history on several websites that report customer complaints. Most of the complaints are in regard to missing shipments and failure to issue refunds, the Better Business Bureau reports.Continue Reading
Immunocorp is not accredited by the Better Business Bureau. It was given a D-minus rating due to its failure to respond to two complaints. One complaint was in regard to fulfilling orders, and the other involved unspecified issues regarding a product warranty, the Better Business Bureau reports.
Another complaint against Immunocorp involved a customer who was seeking a refund on a $270 order he never received, the Business-Consumer Alliance reports. The complaint was filed in 2013, and the company never provided a response. Another complaint lodged in 2012 states that Immunocorp refused to stop sending unsolicited advertising materials. The company responded that it maintains a do-not-contact list, but it is difficult to keep up-to-date, especially if the household regularly purchases products from Immuncorp affiliates.
Scambook, a consumer complaint website, also lists two complaints against Immunocorp. One, posted in 2012, involves a $95 order that was never received, Scambook reports. The other complaint is from May 2015, and is about an advertisement for a cure-all pill that a consumer received in the mail. The complaint alleged that the advertisement was made to look like personal correspondence in order to trick the consumer into opening it.Learn more about Vitamins & Supplements