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Question about Kirkland Signature Daily Multi Vitamins and Minerals

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Posted 10 January 2017 - 04:49 PM


Hello, "longecitizens". I'm a new user in this forum and need to ask a question about a multivitamin I bought, whose name's in the title of this topic. Its label claims the bottle contains 500 tablets, but I counted 506 pills twice. That's the only problem I found with it, otherwise it seems genuine.

I've never used a dietary supplement before, so I ask you: is it normal they contain more pills than their labels state? Do you think mine is as reliable as other units?

I bought the supplement from someone on a platform like eBay -- MercadoLivre, which's actually a "version" of eBay for my country (Brazil). Thus I'm worried if the product is a pirate copy... And I still have time to return it.

I'm not a native nor advanced English speaker, but I apologise for any mistake I made.





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