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Recently I ordered the skin cream which Dr Oz advertised as a "miracle skin cream for only $4.95" I made the mistake of believing the doc after receiving the cream and paying $4.95 my card was billed another $87.99 today. It's a rip off!!

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Anonymous
Columbia, Tennessee, United States #1251902

I did the same thing .I cancelled it the morning after I ordered it , still received the shipment within 2 days , had a 89.91 dollar charge on bank card , called and stated I had cancelled, person said they did not see cancellation, tried to give me 1/2 a refund , I demanded a full refund she said let me talk to my supervisor , 3 seconds later , definitely no time to talk to ANYONE came back on and said supervisor said she could refund full amount .

Refused to fax cancelled authorization form to bank so they could remove charge immediately , was told it may take.

Up to 30 days to be credited back to bank .Have to quit reading these face book ads !

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