• Report: #744283

Complaint Review: STAGES OF BEAUTY

  • Submitted: Thu, June 23, 2011
  • Updated: Sun, February 03, 2013

  • Reported By: Mudgenta — Vancouver Washington United States of America
STAGES OF BEAUTY
Cambridge, Ma 02139 Cambridge,, Massachusetts United States of America

STAGES OF BEAUTY FRAUD, UNAUTHORIZED DEBIT TO CREDIT CARD Cambridge,, Massachusetts

*Consumer Comment: In response to Courkee

*Consumer Comment: ScribnerL

*General Comment: Really?

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Saw this website that was supposed to be authentic, but was'nt, about a skin cream that was invented by a scientific woman, and an offer to try it , for $4.99! So I tryed it , but one month later, my Bank account was overdrawn, because, "Stages of Beauty" had charged me $75.00!!!!  (And by the way the sample they sent was like live sperm on your face, slimy!!!!!!)So, I contacted my bank and had them block all charges by them!!!also, my face broke out like a teenager's!!!!  Do not fall prey to this scam...who knows what they put in  that sample!!!!

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#1 Consumer Comment

In response to Courkee

AUTHOR: Snail feet - ()

Any company with Terms and Conditions that state that, "you need to
call within the 14 day trial period to either extend your trial, or make
other arrangements for future shipments on the product, such as price
reductions and how much time you have between each shipment."
, is ridiculous and unprofessional.

Why should I have to contact you and ask you not to automatically bill me? When I go to any other reputable site and buy something I don't assume that I'll be automatically re-billed for anything, so why would I expect your company to? If I wanted that arrangement I'd opt for it, but you offer no choice. The decision is automatically made for consumers.

You know exactly what you're doing so stop calling your so called customers immature, illiterate and fools for not reading your Bu11sh1t terms and conditions. Nobody should have to read T&C's in order to not be auto-billed.

Have a nice day!
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#2 Consumer Comment

ScribnerL

AUTHOR: dscribner - (United States of America)

Each and every rebuttal responding to the fraudulent charges that Stages of Beauty made to consumer credit cards were written by the same person and contained extremely condescending remarks. The person obviously owns or has a stake in this unscrupulous company.

I consider myself well read and run a hospital with a Master's degree. I too feel that the company has some very shady business practices as an unauthorized charge was made to my credit card and I will be contacting my bank and a lawyer tomorrow.

Very poor business practice and a very sophmoric rebuttal from an obvious owner or employee of Stages of Beauty.
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#3 General Comment

Really?

AUTHOR: Courkee - (United States of America)

First of all, because you did try this product, you are obviously an adult. After I read your post, I came to think otherwise. You're making yourself look completely immature. When you signed up for this trial, I'm pretty sure you overlooked the Terms & Conditions, which obviously state that you need to call within the 14 day trial period to either extend your trial, or make other arrangements for future shipments on the product, such as price reductions and how much time you have between each shipment. This company is very professional and their customers come first.

Second of all, the maker of this product, Jasmina Aganovic, is an MIT graduate and went through a short period of her life where skin care products weren't working out for her, until she finally made her own line that is chemically formulated for different age groups. So, no, this is not a scam, or anything even relevant to that.

Third of all, all of the ingredients in the products are completely natural. You can read everything that's in the product online, and on the bottle. Don't assume.

You're just made at yourself because you didn't read the Terms & Conditions. It's sad how illiterate our society is. And not to mention how much we depend on free products.

Maybe next time you sign up for something free, read the Terms & Conditions. You made yourself look like a complete fool.
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