If you receive an email from MitoQ which claims that they will give you a refund if you just click on a link in the email and fill out a form, don't click on anything in the email, it's spam. I've had it confirmed by MitoQ, via their Facebook page, that it wasn't sent by them. The email does contain correct information identifying me so my guess is that MitoQ have been hacked. I've checked my recent card transactions and there is nothing suspicious there, so I'm assuming that card details haven't been compromised - the linked form is probably to try to get you to hand over the card details. Moral of this story, other than MitoQ is expensive and doesn't cure you, is if something looks too good to be true, it normally is and so is worth checking.