Logging into my Banks website and this popup comes up promoting a special, discounted beauty cream. Pay for the shipping and they will send you a sample. Another pop up and when you click on it you end up at another product. No way to figure out how to get out of the ording process. | The next thing I know I receive the products and they are very disapointing. I thought since it was associated with my very, larege, national bank, that it would be a decent product, but it was not. Even the packaging was amiturish. I was not upset because all I was into it was the $5 shipping. | Then, I recieve another package of the product in a couple of days. I did not think anyting of it, thgouth they may have made a mistake and double shipped me. Then I was charge for the products. | I received another package in another couple of weeks. I call to cancel. When the automatic voice message comes on it says I will receive a free gift card of $100 to WalMart. I know this is another scam and click on the continue to cancel option. A very rude Indian man comes on the phone and says he is not going to cancel my subscription if I’m not interested in the free $100 gift card. We end up have a very rude conversation and he treatens not to cancel the account no matter what. I even had to threaten to call the FBI before he would cancel. Biggest, blatant rip off I have evern been part of.
Name: DermaEssence Skin Cnream
Country: United States
City: West Jordan
Address: 7454 South Airport Road Suite A