Ayre Counseling Review

SkinNoir REJUVA COMPLEX SKINCARE, LTD. The come-on was great! The reviews seemed good. Unfortunately Ididn’t check the scam category. Got the trial and even purchased one of the products. No where in plain sight or anywhere else, could I find statements that informed you that you would be charged for the product after 30 days — I think that’s why they call it a “trial” so you can try before you buy. | Plus, a month later they were hitting my account again for 91.00 and 92.00 for both of the products. I tried to cancel and get a refund — I was told that they can not take the product back because of FDA and it had already shipped and that I agreed to automatic payments each month.WHERE? Was the agreement statement in .04 font? — nor was a reminder in the shipping package that I would be billed in 30 days if I didn’t cancel. But as a service they would refund 35% of $200.00 —Really? You don’t like a product and can’t get a full refund. Total rip off and the product isn’t even that good. | I have opened an investigation with my bank and totally intend to get my full refund. Usually a trial for 30 days say in big bold letters try for 30-60 days if you don’t like the product for any reason, return it for a full refund. I wonder how many people they actually do scam who don’t report or cancel.

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Name: Ayre Counseling

Country: United States

State: New York

City: Morristown

Address: 1 Madison Ave

Phone: 973-670-3123

Website: www.ayrecounseling.com/

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