BeauteLift Review

This company prays on the weak and vulnerable. The free trial offer of $12 results in charges of $356 before you get your first credit card bill. You agree to the Terms and Conditions when you place your “free” order. The Terms and conditions are on 2 pages and the second page is not visable. The actual Terms and Conditions are well hidden on the web site. BEWARE. By agreeing, you have a purchase contarct with the vender. You cannot get your CC company to remove the charge. The only recourse is to change CC. You can also call to cancel but you cannot return of avoid charges except in the first 15 days. You will not receive product until after 13 days from order. | THis is a classic case of deceptive marketing. There are other free trial offer scams on the internet. If it says free —AVOID. | The best recourse is to report this to the FTC for investigation. Thes are really bad people who are after your money. DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THEM

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Name: BeauteLift

Country: United States

State: Alaska

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Website: beautelift.org/

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