on or about November 20th I signed up for a trial order for a 30 day supply of Vydox, I was charged $ 4.95 for shipping which was charged on my Fidelity Mastercard. I received the pills a few days later and per instructions took 2 pills and immediately became nauseous
I repackaged the goods and wrote a letter enclosing it with the return by the postal service that I could not take them as I became ill and to cancel any further order. I never received an email or letter from them confirming the return
yesterday my MasterCharge showed a charge of $ 89.99 from Vydox, when I called mastercharge they told me there is nothing they could do, I called Vydoz and they told me I should have read the Contract, all I know is they guarantee their product or money back, I am not asking for them to credit me the $ 4.95 but to credit me for the $ 89/.99 charge which they were not willing to do so it turns out it is another scam
I have had to cancel this mastercharge because they automatically would charge me $ 89.99 every month, I have had this card since 1993 and never had a problem
I asked the mastercharge customer service people why they did business with firm that scam the customer and of course no answer was given
I certainly hope that the federal trade commission can do something about this because I am surely not the only one who has been scammed this way.