Complaint 178035 Details
- Date Occurred: 11/12/2012
- Reported Damages: $250.00
- Location: Ireland and uk
The complaint is against an online dating profile
The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity
The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity
The company or person contact no longer exists
Misleading marketing of slimming products.
Company offers free trial of herbal pills.
However whats clever is that in amongst the small print which appears after the order is placed and after they coax you into another bottle of pills is the fact that if you don't return the months supply within 14days you pay the full price of £37.50 for the first bottle and whats even worse £75 for the second bottle of pills which you had no real interest in purchasing other than the fact they were marketed as free !!
I was so unaware I was signing up for a "subscription" I received a second supply for which I have been charged a further £37.50 and £75.00 !! So 4 bottles of useless pills that dont even work for nearly £250.00 !!
To make things even worse and stressfull I couldn't even contact them to cancel my recurring "subscription" and had to rely on a promise from my bank that if they take any further monies my bank will reimburse me and claim the money back from Slimtone plus.
Something really needs to be done about this underhanded company obtaining money by deception and selling a useless product that does not do what is claimed.
- Seeking Resolution: I'm Looking for a Refund
- Refund Amount: $ 0.00
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Business Profile Summary
- Complaint Against SlimTone Plus
- Complaints Filed: 538
- Reported Damages: $239,687.92
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