bellaplex and hydroxatone scam?
Bernard had ordered 2 little examples of this cream a while ago, as I am always groaning about my wrinkles. It sounded good and he believed I would wish to try it. The examples were not pricey, so he paid by card and two weeks later I got the stuff.
He asked me 1 or 2 days back if the cream was any good. I told him I stopped using it for a few days as my skin felt really dry. Today when we checked our checking account and £90 was taken out by this company. They never told us that when we ordered the sample it was really a trial and the leftover piece of any new cream needed to be returned inside thirty days of the first order. The problem is the product comes from America and the thirty day trial starts on the day of the order. The product arrives about three weeks after the order is placed, which leaves no time for returns. In the event that Hydroxatone does not receive the returned items, they subtract full payment from your deposit account. They do not counsel of this previously, which is not lawful. This is done to stop you stopping the payment. This is an unconditional scam, do not fall for it.
I’m making a guess this is the same company which was advertising nutraslim and detoxification free trial pills…I had a similar problem with them…I acquired the freebie trial bottles for only postage charge of 2.99 for each bottle but I learned they charged 59.99 for each bottle and I attempted calling them but no body was responding to the phone…I made contact with my bank and explained the situation and meanwhile I was still keep attempting to call them on skype and ultimately somebody answered…his manners were rude but he probably did sent me two mails confirming the cancellation of the direct debit which I wasn’t awared that there had been a direct debit set up incidentally. They exclaimed they are going to need to receive the bottles and there’s a refund process etc but be truthful I am really not upbeat that I’ll receive my 59.99×2= 119.98 pounds! This is like a scam and it’s miserable to see that Facebook publicize these sort of scams!
Crowds of people have been scammed by this company. So ladies…..stick to Nivea.