ED Magedson – Founder
AuraVie Deceptive advertising Internet
I read an ad saying that I can try their products for free if I send in $4.95. I thought that was a new product campaign. I paid with my charge card and was billed $1.93 and $3.02 saparetely. But 2 weeks later I was billed $97.88. I am challenging this unauthorized charge to my credit card company. I know from the internet that they will continue charging my account for the next 5 years. So I cancelled my credit card to avoid further charge. I am amazed that this company can still use this scam to get money from the public.
Something has to be done to stop this practce.
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