- Report: #1130933
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Complaint Review: Kollagen Intensive
Kollagen Intensive, California USA
Kollagen Intensive Rip Off by Pushing a Sample california
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Please do not sign up for the sample of this cream for $4.95. They push these samples by enrolling you in a scam that can not be stopped. First they have you fill out the credit information saying they are charging $4.95. Without any warning you get a debit 30 days
later for $99.95! Of course I'm sure they have it all written in tiny little print somewhere. But they claim they give you a booklet stating what they are doing but of course its not with the product.
Please I fall for these things but this was the worse. When I called at first to cancel all I got was a recording, because they are so used to people firguring out what they did and calling to stop it not to place and order. When I called to cancel nothing happened. I saw the charge on my credit card and called again and spoke with a very rude little man who had absoultely no sympathy and was actually nasty. Must be to many phone calls cancelling this scam.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/15/2014 03:11 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Kollagen-Intensive/California/Kollagen-Intensive-Rip-Off-by-Pushing-a-Sample-california-1130933. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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