Age Escape Review

I ordered a free sample form this company, only paid postage. I received it on March 25. | When I wanted to cancel 14 days later, the representative did not want to cancel the account. She claimed I only could cancel on 4/18/16. I called back on 4/18. After 30 minutes of an unpleasant debate, she gave me a cancellation number. I asked if I should send back the sample, and she said no. She wanted to confirm the cancellation by email. I called back three times, but never got an email with the cancellation number. | On 4/19, I received an email with a bill of $55.52 for an order I supposedly placed on April 19, which I never did. | I cancelled my cedit card and the amount was disputed by the bank. The company told the bank that I never cancelled the order. That means the bank cannot dispute the chrged amount. | They are ready for a report to the Better Business Bureau!

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Name: Age Escape

Country: United States

State: Alaska

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Phone: 1 (844) 468-9591

Website: escapeage.com/

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