On October 9, 2014, I saw an ad on the internet for a free trial offer for a skin care trial offer and I replied. The ad offered another offer as well. Iapplied gor both and was charged a s&h fee of $3.95 for one and & $4.95 for the other I realized I had been been charged $$94.56 for one and $99.73 for the other for the trial size I did not return within the 30 day trial offer. I was very angry about my charges because they were not clearly represented in the ad. The following month, I received anyother box and clearly wrote on the box “return to sender”, but never the less was charged another $99.73. The billing address on my statements Zionsville, In. on one and Indianapolis, In. on the other. When I call the numbers associated with both, I constantly. I called my bank annd they gave me the e-mail address for both, but the computer doesn’t recognize them. I have 3 e-mail addresses: vitabellabeauty.com, senecaskin.com, and, trueliftskin.com.. In looking into these addresses, I read a complaint review on Seneca Skin Care and Vita bella Beauty. I do believe these are companies that are fraudulently using the credit card informationI used for the s&h I used to place my trials offer. .
This complaint and/or review was posted on HolySmoke.org on 19:17 pm, April 21, 2019 (CST) and is a permanent record located at: https://www.holysmoke.org/scam/seneca-skin-review-2/.
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