…that the detailed post concerning the experience I’m having with 3 Viual Land tablets is gone from the "electronics" forum…
oh, and by the way…a customer care rep today tried to tell me that "Google certified" means–and I quote–"It’s a school to become familiar with Google products, and you become certified."
I was STUNNED…because, you see, these Visual Land tablets are supposed to be "Google certified"…and they are not listed on the Google site. Period……not under Visual Land or the actual name of the manufacturer, Digii…
DO NOT PURCHASE VISUAL LAND PRODUCTS. THEY ARE JUNK!
Hi AuntTammy60, I am sorry you were not satisfied with your purchases. Your previous post in this thread was removed as it was a duplicate of your post in the Customer Service thread. I answered your concern in the Customer Service thread with important warranty service contact information.
I Assumed they were Junk. I think they were previously sold under different names.
Does this supplement contain vitamin A? If so, how much?
The Essential Omega products do not contain Vitamin A.
However if you are interested in Vitamin A, have you checked out Andrew’s Essential-1 Multivitamin? It contains 5,000 IU per capsule (100% DV based on a 2,000 calorie diet). For a closer look, the large product label can be viewed here.
Best of Health,
HSN Vitamin Team
I don’t see A specifically but…you can read the full label and the published ingredients on the Omega 3 page…look for the Product Label tab.
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04.09.14 1:33 PM