Clicked on an on line advertisement while on my cell phone. The y used a Walmart advertising logo and I though I may have seen the this vita cream to help remove wrinkles. I knew these creams in the store typically ran around $20-25 dollars so I decided to give the product a try at $5 each for either my wife or myself. I received the product and everything looks like its going as planned, but suddenly 15 to 30 days later my credit card is billed for $87 and $89 dollars. Unfortunately I wasn’t sure where the bill came from, but I had an inclination. I went to my credit union and disputed the charges on my debit credit card and they were removed with a provisional credit. Suddenly approximately 30 days later they charges are back on my card. There is not a good way to contact the company and I and probably no sensible person would spend such a ridiculous amount for an over the counter cream off the internet. This is obviously a scam that gets hold of your credit card information and then won’t let go. The company avoids sending any documentation or information and only deals with the financial institutions to collect unearned money for a product that at a maximum is worth $25-30. Since the same kind of scam is done from the same place on a similar product its obviously a money maker, while the company avoids responsibility by allowing its product to be sold in such a manner and apparently under multiple names.
Santa Anna, California USA
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