Report: #1378355

Complaint Review: Skin Endear - Internet

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  • Reported By: NotHappyripped — Antioch California USA
  • Skin Endear Internet USA

Skin Endear Angelina Jolie's skin care product line What a Scam! Got me for 450 dollars so far! Internet

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It all began when I was on my phone looking at the news or something and a popup advertisement for a free sample of Angelina Jolie's skin Care line came up. It said free sample for only 5.95 for shipping. Nothing else. It said nothing else, nothing like you will be autoshipped something in the near future or any price that I was going to have to pay in the event that I was autoshipped something. There was no information. I clicked on the prompt for the free product then it immediately went to the next product it was pushing. 

It would not let me out of the page without pressing on the next product obligation that was going to be another 4.95 I believe again (only for shipping and handling). I thought to myself, I didn't want this other product but I said what the hell, it's only 5 bucks, I'll try it (clearly still extremely unaware of any other type of charge that may be involved due to their lack of information). 

It sent me to the page to put in my credit info still only for shipping and handling... and I waited however many days... and as I suspected I was sent both products, like I said, even though I was trying to avoid getting the second one. Inside the packaging was nothing but the product. No contact information. No notification that I was going to be recieving anything else. It wasn't that big of a deal... and I thought the whole ordeal was over. I was wrong! 

I opened the box the eye cream was in and tried to pump it over and over to no avail! It would not come out! so, I unscrewed the top and dipped my finger in it to apply to my eye and it immediately was burning... and making me feel unconfortable so I cleaned it off. The other product seemed like low grade lotion to me, nothing better. 

a number of weeks later I recieved two more packages!!! I thought to myself, what the hell is this? Why are they sending me this? Thinking they were trying to hustle me. Then I found the phone number on the side of the Jar and called it. When I called the phone number no human got on the phone, the computer asked if I wanted to cancel my subscription and I said yes... It recognized my phone number and obviously their computer thought that I had a subscription. They sent me a conformation email then still keep sending me more product. 

I  figured they had probably charged me something for the crap they had sent me, but I figured it was like 10 or 20 dollars possibly. When I went to check my credit card, I found out they had charged me a whopping 450!!! And the charges all varied for the very same product. They charged me between 89$ and 93$ for each jar/container. I am currently battling them through my credit card company to take off the charges. 

This company does shady business and Angelina Jolie has her name on it. Shame. Money isn't the Most Important thing in the world. It's good to Have Morals! I feel horribly taken advantage of by her company. 

What's really bad is that they jacked me on my child support card. 

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