Complaint: I was on a Nordstrom.com and on it popped up a survey to take for a free gift.Normally I wouldn’t believe in free gifts but I thought that it was affiliated with the site that I trusted. I picked the beauty products as a free gift and was transferred to the site which stated that it needed my credit card information to process the shipping and handling only and it said nowhere on the site that I would be charged for the products after the 14 day free trial. Nor was I notified in the emails that I would be charged for the products after the trial and I also was not notified that I was going to have recurring charges to my account every month for refill products. This information was not in plain view on the site or in the emails sent from them and I was not notified of any charges other than the shipping and handling. Any site that tells you its a free gift and then charges you 149.95 per product without telling you is a SCAM! All important information that the consumer needed to know including fees were under terms and conditions which most people do not read because believe it or not the words free gift sounds pretty self explanatory.I hope that my posting this complaint will save someone else the trouble of being scammed from this site, it’s not right.
Tags: Internet Fraud
Address: Nationwide USA