I responded to an online survey in which I was told I could choose a free gift worth up to $150. I chose the Leo Duvati sunglasses valued at $89.99 and was told all I had to do was pay $5.99 for shipping. I entered my debit card number and shipping information and received the sunglasses in about 3 days. They are cheap plastic and are not worth anything close to $89.99. They are the kind that you would pay $5.99 at a convenience store or discount department store. My card was charged $5.99 on July 15, 2015 and I was glad I didn’t pay any more for them since they are cheap. Today, Aug. 4, 2015, I noticed that $95.00 was charged to my debit card on Aug. 3, 2015 from Leo Shades. These were supposed to be a free gift for filling out a survey. I contacted my debit card company and they are investigating. I want my money back and I will never purchase a product from this company.. I demand I want my money back.. Stay away

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