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Report: #1491679

Complaint Review: First Class Herbalist oil - Las Vegas Nevada

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  • First Class Herbalist oil 6895 Speedway Drive, Ste Z105 Las Vegas, Nevada United States

First Class Herbalist oil AZURITE SERUM, HURRICANE SERUM PRO +CBD Gummies Company tricked me by sayiing I could get Free CBD Gummies if I just paid $4.95 for shipping Las Vegas Nevada

*Consumer Comment: Free is not free

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The company sent me one order of CBD Gummies and then, Charged me $89.95 five days in a row until I noticed my account was being drained.  I called to see what happened and they told me that I signed up for to have the money withdrawn from my account. 

I told them I didnt want the CBD Gummies and they told me that I needed to send them back for a refund of $89.95.  I asked for the rest of my money back and they said no and hung up on me.

This company is a complete SCAM!!! and a RIP OFF.  They should be put in jail for ripping me off!!

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#1 Consumer Comment

Free is not free

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, February 14, 2020

This same method of charging only for shipping and not the product until X days have passed (usually 10 days or 2 weeks) has been around forever. It is used all the time for vitamins, makeup products, and other subscription type products.  Be careful:  you will see that charge again on your account next month. In my experience they charge you each and every month until you stop the subscription.  When you agreed to receive the first product shipment for 'free', you agreed to a subscription. Get your cancellation in writing to protect yourself. 

I have learned:  don't order any free products because it costs you big time. 

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