I was outraged and disheartened to also have been ripped off by Eggies. It looks like such a great item (but perhaps I should have waited a few days and it would have been available at the dollar store)!
Here in Canada the offer was $14.95, with of course the option to double the order for additional "s&h $7.99" - I used my calculator, $14.95 + $7.99 + $7.99 = $30.93. I assumed that there would be tax, and figured that was ok.
But alas, as previously reported, I was not given the opportunity to verify my complete order until the "Order Confirmation" page popped up, AFTER I had entered my credit card information of course.
What I thought would be about a $35 dollar order is going to end up as a $61.86 charge on my credit card.
According to their math, my order is $14.95 x 2 sets = $29.90 and looky-here, now they mention "P&H" - the first mention on the main page is of s&h of $7.99 - is a whopping $31.96. Oh, but no tax mentioned (although I won't be surprised if there is tax added once I get my credit card statement).
I too have called late on a Saturday night, when of course the company and my credit card office is closed.
I also noted the money back guarantee, which curiously states ("minus S&H" not the p&h that I was charged).
Too upset for words. I have ordered so many things on-line for this Christmas season, and have had not one single complaint - I ordered to Ahh Bra, things from the BBC website and stuff from DFTBA - all wonderful companies - and reputable.
Unfortunately, I realize that I can't return the Eggies to get my money back so now every time I use them, for use them I must, can't let all the money go to waste, each and every egg that I have is going to leave such a bad taste in my mouth.
I feel badly for whomever invented Eggies - I am sure it is a great product that is being ruined by horrible sale and distribution.