I have been a long time member of Costco. I respect and admire your business practises. So, when a advert came online while I was browsing to ask a few questions then offer a free teeth whitening item… any hoo, I know it is my fault for clicking the buttons and adding some details, but I assumed that the company would have been respectable because they were representing Costco. Not the case. I have been charged for two months for a product I have not opened, do not want, and they will not accept it returned for a refund. I realize, I am the person to blame, as in the world we live, you can’t trust anyone anymore. But I believed since I was initially on the COSTCO.ca website, that they must be legitimate. That is my rant. Thank-you, Marnie
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