Brighton, NY— SkinProductsReviews.com is an up and coming site that provides unbiased reviews of popular skin care products. They cover a range of skin care products such as treatments for acne, anti-aging creams, pore cleansers, and products that help with scars and stretch marks.
They have now also stepped up to compile a list of cancellation numbers linked to free trail anti-aging products. On their home page, they jump straight into compiling a list of ‘Trending Free Trail Anti-Aging Scam Products’, which are linked to reviews of each product. On a separate page, they have listed the skin care free trail cancellation phone numbers. They have carried out extensive research into each product and all the ‘guarantees’ they make in regards to what the skin care product can do, and have caught each one of them out with their research. They delve into the ingredients’ used, the pricing, and weigh out the pro’s, con’s, and traps associated with each product.
They fear that many customers are falling into the trap of buying or signing up for a free trial with anti-aging products that make such huge promises and like to try and turn the ‘success’ stories into number games with no real hard evidence supporting this. Most free trail cancellation costs are high, and these free trail anti-aging products are not free, and are difficult to withdraw from. Customers are then usually surprised with great big payments made on their credit card without their acknowledgment.
One woman got through to the customer service department for a cream company, after she managed to find a cancellation number.She called to complain after she ordered a sample for $3.95, and next she was billed $99.95. When she spoke to someone on the phone they responded with, “When you order the sample you give us the right to keep sending it to you.”
This is why SkinProductsReview has compiled a list of cancellation numbers to get in touch with each individual customer service department to cancel the free trial of anti-aging products. Having seen fraud products before, they know and understand how easy it is to sign up to these free trails, but how difficult it is to pull away and cancel. Customers may find a number or an email to cancel, but the chances are they are not working or responsive. Following this, the next step is to contact their bank and file a fraud dispute and the bank should refund Customers their money.
SkinProductsReviews also opens their arms to suggestions of any products that are not listed on the website, so they can update their list.
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