Beauty Impression advertises, in the name of the actress Angelina Jodi attributing her divorce from Pete to her devotion to developing this beauty product, and offers a free trial for the SkinElement cream at $5.99 plus $0.99 fee and EyeVibe cream at $3.95 plus $0.99. Three weeks later an additional charge of $105.79 and $97.83 appeared on my credit card. I did not realized until the second shipment of same products appeared the next month and another $105.79 and $97.83 on my credit card. All I wanted is the free trial. Now I got charged over $400. There is no free trial and they claimed that when I ordered the free trial, I was automatically enrolled in the monthly auto shipment. I called the company to tell them that I had not enrolled in the auto-shipment program. They only agreed to refund for the second shipment, but refused to refund for the first free trial shipment. This is a big ripoff. On top of it, my skin breaks out all over my body only after one week of using the cream. Nothing good has come out of this free trial scheme — all bad through and through.
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