Our cruise ship stopped in Key West and when walking along Duval Street, sales staff were outside trying to hustle customers into their shop to sample facial products. I had David put eye cream to reduce wrinkles on my face. He was high pressure and told me that I should try a mask next. When I agreed to buy $400 worth of products, I gave him my credit card which he took to the front of the store. When he returned, I asked for my credit card and he replied that that the machines were slow and as soon as it was run through, someone would bring it to me as I was at his station at rear of store. He was still trying to pressure me into more product and I said enough as he was trying to remove the mask. He never did get it all off. Finally I got my card back and left the store. About ten days after returning home, I received a call from my credit card company saying there was unusual activity on that card and it had been cancelled. Tresor Rare was tring to order product over the internet to the tune of $4,500. Having the credit card in their possession allowed them to write down my account number, security code etc. to try and defraud me the consumer. .
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