Purity Products/Jan Levin CEO Surprise Arizona Review

Since July of 2008 we have been trying to get shipments stopped from Purity Products. They are eager to bate you with free offers and only shipping charges, only to later continue charging your account astronomical charges for things you did not authorize to continue shipping. nOn 4 occassions we have tried to get them to stop shipping product, at a rate of $179.70 per charge. On October 8, 2007, I called their customer care line to let them know that a charge of $179.70 had been made against my credit card that I did not order and that I wanted the charges stopped once again. They gave me a cancellation number and assured me that it was handled and would be taken care of. IT was not and now I am fighting with my bank about getting the charges reversed. nThis company has created a cash cow and figured out a way to keep sending you product you have not authorized. It has resulted in me having to change debit cards, my bank accounts and going to a lot of trouble to stop receiving their charges. I urge anyone thinking about doing business with this company to think twice. It is like joining the MOB. You can never get out of PURITY PRODUCTS once you start, even after requesting they stop sending you product. nRicknSurprise, ArizonaU.S.A.

200 Terminal Drive Plainview, New York U.S.A.

1-888-769-7873

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