DermaFi Review

I was scammed by skinfresh2day.com. I was under the impression that the 4.99 that I paid for was for the cost of the product since it was a tiny jar. They went and charged me for 89.00. I had to argue with the customer service rep and she stated that the 4.99 was for the shipping and that it was a trial jar. I they had that in the ad I definately would have not ordered it. | I complained enough that they said that they would refund 31.25 back to my account. the e-mail stated that they had just deposited the money back on my debit card. I called them today about it because it hasn’t made it to my bank yet. The rep told me that since I cancelled the order that I would have to contact the bank to get it back. | STAY FAAARRR away from this! I also would suggest to anyone who has dealt with this company to file a formal complaint to the Federal Trade Commission. I have filed a report and it’s actually pretty easy. If you have problems, they actually have an online chat person who can help you.

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Name: DermaFi

Country: United States

State: Ohio

City: Ashtabula

Address: 5210 Stark Ave

Phone: (877) 743-1783

Website: skinfresh2day.com/

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