|BodyScience LLC AcaiReduce, cleanse aware I responded to an ad that popped up after a google search. It seemed legitimate because it was presented by |
|1st of May, 2011 by User989167 |
|I responded to an ad that appeared on right of screen after googling something. The advert seemed legitimate as it was presented by a Channel 7 reporter who said she'd tried the product and lost weight. The product was offered for FREE for a 60 day trial with only the postage to be paid for. The capsules eventually arrived. They didn't work even though I followed the instructions to the letter. Then I noticed my credit card was debited $203.64 immediately and a further $208.02 the following month. I tried over and over to contact them using every method available. No response whatsoever. I have appealed to the bank to reimburse this fraudulent transaction and am waiting for a response. I tried googling the product name and saw the Ripoff site and noticed others had been fleeced as well! It's really put me off buying online. Where does your credit card number go when you send it off into the ether of cyberspace? Think about that just before you press "PAY" next time!|
|Initiate a charge back on your credit card against them, its the ONLY way. |
Say you never received any of the product/ services they offer.
If they also misrepresentated the product you can also make a claim against them.
My wife got $400 back from them. They are very sneaky and say you agreed to being charged $199x2 for the membership but they clearly hide that in the small print on another page.
Be warned, most of their support emails and phone numbers are dead.
With enough charge backs, the bank will shut their merchant account down and hit them with hefty fees.
Hit em' HARD where it hurts.
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