Follow-up from yesterday’s post about Vitaderm Scam Dr. Rose phoned her MasterCard and was told in addition to $79.99 unauthorized charge she was also charged a two dollar fee for international transaction. Rose was unaware that Vitaderm is based out of the United States as she paid for shipping only for her “free trial” sample.
Upon further inquiry Rose asked in what country is Vitaderm located. She was told Malaysia.
Now the shipment of an open jar of cream with no covering whatsoever, no box, and a scent that can be anything, such as baby moisturizer, Vitaderm is something you may want to stay away from. If you are unhappy with this product, it is important that you phone the company to cancel your free trial account so you are not billed $79.99 US plus international fees in addition to contacting your bank. Rose only paid for shipping hence they were easily able to capture her MasterCard.
This is another reason you may want to buy things via fully secure Pay Pal so you are protected from unauthorized charges.
Vitaderm Scam Dr. Barbara Rose ordered a free trial of Vitaderm skin cream supposedly to reverse the signs of aging. She paid for shipping but was shocked when she received an open plastic jar without any protective covering, without any literature, nor was the unscented product in a box. When she was charged $79.99 for this “free trial” she phoned the customer service number and was told she could not receive a refund. She told the person they are scamming her, which led to the customer service female to say she could receive a 50% refund. Rose then informed the customer service operator that the attorney general will be shutting them down and they will be on CNN news in addition to receiving a mass media press release and PR nightmare and to refund her money immediately
Rose’s warning resulted in the customer service person stating that she spoke with her supervisor and she was given permission to give her a full refund.
This product is part of additional related free trial products including Aqualift and REJUVEYE all shipped from the same company under the Vitaderm label.
Rose wants to protect unsuspecting customers who want a refund but may just accept their scamming tactics without any knowledge of how to receive a legitimate refund for the $79.99 charge.
The product itself is unscented white cream. It could be baby cream or any type of moisturizer literally poured into the bottle just before it is tossed into an envelope without protection and shipped off.
Telephone customer service at 1-888-543-9408 to cancel any and all accounts with this Vitaderm company if you are unhappy with this same product.
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