- Report: #1038317
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Complaint Review: XFactor
XFactor105 Commerce Dr Internet United States of America
XFactor Charging nightmare, had to cancel credit card to get them to stop Internet
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For one, you don't agree to anything; they simply put their "terms and conditions" in the package disguised as a packing slip in the "sample" box knowing d**n well nobody looks at a packing slip and that it will go unnoticed until they can hit you for at least two $74 rip offs.
Called in, guy sounded like he fielded several of these calls a day, "it's in the terms and conditions"; ya but people have to agree to them in the first place fraudster. Don't fall for this scam, as stated by others pills are nothing but a rip off and all they are looking to do is get you for the 150 bucks and hope you go away.
Two months later I'm still dealing with my credit card company over this and have had to cancel my credit card. Somebody needs to put a stop to this and pull their merchant account. This is bold faced and deliberate fraud under the rouse of "Its in the terms and conditions that you never agreed to but we put in a box and by some miracle are legally bound by" I don't think so! Avoid like the plague, merchants, avoid this fraudster and dump their products from your shelves!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/26/2013 07:17 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/XFactor/internet/XFactor-Charging-nightmare-had-to-cancel-credit-card-to-get-them-to-stop-Internet-1038317. 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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