Pure Derma Essence Myrtle Creek Oregon Review

This internet scam leads you to believe that Dr. Oz and Oprah endorse their products to reverse aging using their 2 part cream system. They tell you they will send you a free trial offer, just pay shipping and handling. Their terms and conditions are somewhat hidden and when you are able to find it and read all of it, it says that the trial is only for 10 days and then they will bill you $89 for each product and will continue to send the product every month for $89 per month for each product. And if you return the product to them, the product cannot be opened. I checked my credit card immediately and they had billed me for 3 shipping charges. I sent them 2 emails immediately to cancel the orders and haven’t heard back from them. I tried to cancel by phone and they were closed. So tried again on Monday and the hold time was 17 minutes so hung up I thought since Dr. Oz was endorsing it, it would be safe to ask for the free samples, WRONG!!

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