• Report: #400164
Complaint Review:

Luminous Brites

  • Submitted: Thu, December 11, 2008
  • Updated: Thu, December 11, 2008

  • Reported By:Hollywood Florida
Luminous Brites
3600 Ocean View Blvd. Suite 2 Glendale, California U.S.A.

Luminous Brites Is A RIP OFF FAKE COMPANY!! Stole $88.97 cents off my credit card Glendale California

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I specifically look for fine print to read. I work at a bank and have learned many lessons there. I ALWAYS look for fine print and never sign anything with blank spaces. I'm very meticulous when it comes to stuff like that. So when I saw that Crest was offering / endorsing this teeth whitening product, after doing a little research about membership information and fine print, I found nothing of the sort on the website. I deceided to try it. It was only $4.99 and there were no strings attached. I later got a package in the mail and was wondering what it was. I opened it and it was a shabby excuse for a kit. Nothing like the kit I saw on the website. I decided not to use it. I still have it up to this day.

Doin a routine check of my email and finances I came across an email from Chase saying that a transaction that I recently made has exceeded my transaction limit that I had set. Naturally i logged on to my cradit card account and realized my credit card balance is different from what it should be. I checked the recent activity and saw that it was for teeth whitening. But I never would sign up for teethe whiteneing that would cost me a whopping $88.97 per month! I have a dentist! I then rememberd that I had ordered the "SAMPLE" online. I immediately called my credit card company to file a dispute but being that it was after midnight that dept. was closed. I thought it was a mere mistake because I have had that happen to me before, it was an error on the company's part and it was quickly resolved.

I went back to the Luminous Brites website which to my surprised has changed. It's no longer Crest now it's Aquafresh! And low and behold there are now terms and conditions listed below the title line on the order site and right before you click on through to confirm your order. I Googled the company name and found a SEA of reports and complaints. I Googled the address and what came up for suite 2 in that plaza was a Chiropractor's office. I relaized that I too have been scammed and I am in such rage right now it's not even funny. I will do anything to get my money back. That $88.97 could have bought groceries and gas for my car, even pay a few bills. How do people live like this and do things like this to people?

I will gladly assist in any legal action that will be taken. Count me in!

Hollywood, Florida

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/11/2008 02:10 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/luminous-brites/glendale-california/luminous-brites-is-a-rip-off-fake-company-stole-8897-cents-off-my-credit-card-glendale-400164. 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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