Hi Life Health And Beauty
Complaint 330561 Details
- Date Occurred: 09/28/2014
- Reported Damages: $175.00
- Location: 32 Commercial St, Vic 3975, Australia
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I too appear to have been scammed by Hi Life Health and Beauty. I phoned for a free trial offer advertised on TV in NZ (early September 2014). Immediately (NZ)$14.99 was withdrawn from my credit card before I could ask any questions,( their first extraction is your credit card number). This very rude sales person waded straight into how it was going to cost a further $600.00, blah, blah, blah. I was beginning to get slightly irritated at the rudeness of this female, telling me how they were going to take money out of my account. When I was finally able to ask this female, what was the time limit to return the product, she replied, "16 days", of which I replied, "you will have your product back before then".
Weeks later their product arrived on my door step,it was that long in arriving, I forgot what the product was. I returned their product within 48 hours of it landing on my door-step, "unopened". My local post shop put a track on this product and advised me this will take 4 days max to arrive back at it's origin.
Tonight 28/9/2014, Hi Life Health and Beauty withdrew/stole (NZ) $175.08 from my credit card.
I will be registering the illegal withdrawal with my bank as fraudulent.
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Business Profile Summary
- Complaint Against Hi Life Health And Beauty
- Complaints Filed: 55
- Reported Damages: $25,745.08
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