I have had the same problem with Deadseabeauty kit advert. Almost the same format, same obviously fake photographs. Free trial offered, pressure put on to act quickly, Told that it is the last date the offer will be open. Told only three samples left. Quoted special reduced offer of only £2.99 for shipping. I incorrectly had £3.99 taken initially and then as they had my c.c details they took another £95.00. There is great advice on one of the the Deadseascam sites. 1) contact Trading Standards. 2) Contact Consumer Advice Bureau (I spoke to Mark on 08454 04 04 04 who sympathetically (and 'knowlingly') took details of my complaint and gave me a reference number. 3) Contact Action Fraud on 0300 123 20 40. I spoke to Ian. He advised me to cancel my c.c immediately. He also told me not to respond to company and not to return the product.
The internet is inundated with complaints. About several similar companies.
Watchdog Magazine says owing to nature of the practise they consider it a scam company ASA has upheld complaints.
These people operate in the guise of multiple 'anti aging' companies. I have now opened a variety of pop-up adverts and found the advertisements are in almost identical format. I have also found that in some cases the site states the 'Account has been deleted'.
My suggestion to anyone caught by this scam is to be sure you advise you stress to your Bank not to accept another charge. In my case a month went by before another amount ot £95. was demanded but the Bank let it go through. I am in 'discussions' with the bank at the moment. I hope this will help some one!