Aristocratic Skin Anti-Aging Cream Review

I have been scammed by this awful company called Aristocratic Health Aka Skin Care. The company had charged me $400.00 automatically without my permission they said that that’s Ok to take my money no signature required. All representative spoke with Indian accents. I was charged $200.00 in April I had never receive any product from them, on May I have been charged again $200.00 I have only received an eye product not facial and been charged for it and told them I don’t want it. They refuse to provide me with a refund. I wanted to speak with a Manager someone name Jack Wilson speaking with Indian accent posing as a Manger didn’t help and repeat the same story as the previous rep. Pretty much he said that the sample product wasn’t really a sample product as they were advertising it was the actual product, therefore they charged me money. So the add was false and a fraud! Also the add wouldn’t show the terms and conditions so you don’t know really what you are signing really up to until you will see the charges on your bank account. They are Indians criminals and need to be stopped from practicing this crime.

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Name: Aristocratic Skin Anti-Aging Cream

Country: United States

State: California

City: Burbank

Address: 2049 N. Lincoln St.

Phone: 855-715-7778

Website: www.aristocraticskinantiagingcream.com/

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