Report: #999521

Complaint Review: vapor corp

  • Submitted: Fri, January 18, 2013
  • Updated: Fri, January 18, 2013
  • Reported By: Susan — Stuart Florida United States of America
  • vapor corp

    United States of America

vapor corp smoke 51 Scamming, not so FREE Internet

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On January 1st, smoke 51, or vapor corp, or whatever else they call themselves, puts an ad on AOL telling people they can get a free e-cigarette and just pay for shipping $4.95.  Well, low and behold, 14 days later, I got charged $99.67!!  I am calling my local newspaper, and BBB, and of course, my bank.  No where in the ad did it say that you will be charged ANY other monies.  They are so slick, they put that ad after an article written about e-cigs and that they were much healtier than analog cigarettes.  THEY STINK!  I am writing a letter to dispute my charges right now.  What a rip off!!
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