I never ordered anything from this company. No free trial, nothing -- I'm in college studying cybercrime! I'm on to scams like this.
I received unsolicited products in the mail. The first product, a diet supplement, came with very little information on the packing slip: no price or payment information listed. My name, address, supposed order no. and order date were on the invoice, along with a phone number similar but not identical to my own. At the time, I thought little of it.
A few days later, however, I got an anti-aging creme in the mail. It is from ResVibrant, a company which has a plethora of fraudulent advertising and suspiciously little contact information. I was unable to find either a real business phone number (the number they give goes to a voicemail box, as they say they prefer to communicate by email) or a business address. (PO Box only.) Here's the kicker though -- THEY HAVE MY CREDIT CARD NUMBER!! I haven't the foggiest clue how they got it, who gave it to them, or how they managed to charge my credit card for a product I never requested. [continued below]....
I looked at my credit card account online, and sure enough, there was the charge, along with several other unauthorized charges and -- oh joy! -- the resulting overlimit fee. And of course it happened on Christmas weekend, so I couldn't possibly start to fix the problem until today, Monday.
Incidentally, let me insert -- I am 20 years old, have perfect skin, and am skinny and healthy. I would not be "the type" to order these ridiculous products, even if I were insane enough to give out my information to a company of their ilk.
It is yet to be seen whether Visa will be able to reverse the charges, but I am hopeful. If I can find a valid business name, I will file a report with the BBB and see if there is some way to get the overlimit charge reversed.
Conclusion: be very, very careful whom you give your credit card number to. If you can't use a prepaid card, don't order.