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He kept saying that he "understood" my concern and I kept telling him that he did not, he was not listening at all.

He offered a 25% reduction in my bill, then a 50% reduction and then a 75% reduction and I asked to speak to his supervisor and I wanted his company's business license # and he said he couldn't do that.

Please report this to the FTC at ftc.gov/complaint. Most legitimate companies will say these rules up front, so that you're aware of what to expect, and then accept them.

Blog comments don't go into the database that law enforcement uses for investigations. The rules were on a separate page and so you didn't think to even check it out.

They also made it extremely difficult for people to cancel their memberships and avoid charges, the FTC alleges, and lied about being accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an “A-“ rating. They aren’t accredited, and have earned an “F” rating. You also should contact the company directly to resolve the situation.

Has this — or something like this — happened to you? If that doesn’t work, dispute the charge with your credit card company.

No problem with my credit card I disputed it and they took care of everything for me. Order "free trial" from Skinology advertisement on facebook.

The watches they send you are poor quality watches you would pay .00 or less for in Walmart. COM - please be warned and warn others or you and many more will get burned.

Styleforlux were offering A ' FREE DESIGNER WATCH GIFT' if you complete their 'survey'.

They ask you to pay .99 for postage just to get your credit card information.

Case in point, the FTC has charged several companies that sell skin care products — including Aura Vie, Dellure, LéOR Skincare, and Miracle Face Kit — for deceiving people about their “risk-free” trials.

According to the FTC, the companies told people they’d need to give their credit or debit card information to pay a small .95 shipping fee, but people ended up with close to 0 in charges. Sellers of these products illegally signed people up for recurring product shipments — meaning even more charges — without asking them.

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