seneca skin coconut creek Florida

Complaint: In August 2014 got an advertising for Seneca skin cream and vitabella cream. Both were advertised as a duo, to be used in tandem. The advertisment also said that I can order a trial sample and will have to pay only the shipping costs. I placed immediately an order of a trial sample of Seneca skin and then another order for Vitabella cream . Paid with my credit card only for the S&H cost: $4.95/per product. The order arrived on time and the creams were indeed very good. As the trial sample was for 30 days, I was planning on placing a new order for both creams at the end of my supply. I was satisfied with the purchase and consequently deleted the order information from my e-mail INBOX, which I regret doing to this day.About 30 days later I noticed a new two charges to my credit card, which I didn’t recognize. Complained to my bank and after a review was informed that there is not a fraudulent matter, but a transaction that has to be disputed. Went back to the website of Seneca and vitabella creams (both are offered on the same website) and found something that I didn’t notice before. Apparently, I was suppossed to call them after 14 days if I was not satisfied. Otherwise I will be enrolled authomatically in their auto shop program. To this date, 3 month later, I didn’t get any shipment of the products from the company. Yona Coconut creek, florida

Tags: Internet Fraud

Address: Internet USA



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