Palm Beach Tan Portland Oregon Review

After seeing all the billboards, hearing the radio commercials, and basically seeing their name plastered everywhere in town along with this offer they were advertising, I went into Palm Beach Tan to sign up for it. nThe ad clearly states that you get a month’s worth of tanning for $19.95, and that it is a monthly membership. So, $19.95 a month, right? Wrong!! The salesperson I talked to had me convinced too that it was $19.95 a month and was very confusing in the way they presented it to me. As it turns out, there is a $20 start-up fee, and the FIRST month is $19.95, and THEN every month after that it is $29.95 every month taken automatically from your credit card!! nSo really the first month isn’t even cheaper, its $39.95, and then you get a $29.95 charge every month whether you can afford it or not. Plus, you’ve signed a contract and you pretty much can’t get out of paying it. I felt like I was rushed into signing it before I really understood what it was. nI thought I was going to be paying about $20/month for unlimited tanning, and now when I count it out, after a year I will have been charged $369!!! That’s way more than I ever intended on spending on a tanning salon. Really deceptive advertising I feel like I was scammed and taken advantage of. And now I’m stuck with a membership to this business. Not pleased. nRoxannenPortland, OregonU.S.A.

7150 NE Cornell Rd. Hillsboro, Oregon U.S.A.

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