I ordered a Tweeze on 05/08/2007.I made this order by phone in order to have it shipped to the proper address. I have no mail deliverey at my home and have to use a PO Box.
I paid extra shipping so my order would be shipped UPS since Tri-Star said they would not send product to a PO Box. I also had to pay extra handling costs because of the request to ship UPS. So I paid $35.93 instead of $19.99plus tax.
At time of order I told the sales person I did not want any of the extras they were pushing especially monthly shippment of a vanish cream.
On June 27th I received a package of vanish cream. I checked my Visa account to see if there was a charge. Sure enough there was a $18.98 charged on 06/13/2007.
I called customer service on the 28th and was told to ship it back and I would see a $14..98 credit on my VISA. This was the first time I found out about the monthly order of vanish cream. I asked for that order to be cancelled. I also asked why I could not get the entire $18.98 since I did not order this product and was told that it was my fault and basically to bad.
I asked to talk to a supervisor which time I was told that wasn't happening. I was told to call back because she could not transfere me . I asked what difference calling back would make (there's only one number). She stated she wasn't going to talk to me any more and pretended to put me on hold. I timed the on hold up to 25 min at whioch time I was timed out.
In the mean time I called the Corp head quarters and made a complaint. I was told then that they would listen to the tape of the conversation and call me back. It's been four hours and I'm still waiting.
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