Alpine WhiteSCAM: Customer Serice Numbers &Disconnected&

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Had the same experience as brittrinla & ken anthony (who commented on Dimecat's post). Upon calling their "Customer Service Department" [protected]) to request an RMA #, I found that the number was disconnected. I managed to find one other number [protected]) and that number was "temporarily disconnected."

Here's some of the links they use to hook you:
- A story about a schoolteacher that whitened her smile for under $3:
- Alpine White's website:
- Basically all the reviews found when searching on Google (they paid people to write them):

Bottom line, Alpine White (formerly "Ever-Brite") is a SCAM & if you ordered anything from them, you should call your bank/credit card company immediately & ask for your card/account number to be changed/canceled & reissued. Also tell them that Alpine White is a scam company so that they can at least keep it in their records & check up on it.


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    Chuck Turner Jun 10, 2010

    Jesse Willms is not on an island (but he should be on one - with a prison on it) his latest scam is Swipebids:

    XM Brands scams are all of these:

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    TheTruth3212311 Jun 10, 2010

    scambusters your list is wrong. Many of these companies have similar sounding names. The complains in this thread relate to either Patrick Terry/Chris Hopson or XM Brands and Issa Asad as both have used Alipne White as the name of their product

    Your list is the URL's of another scammer Jesse Willms but he isnt scamming people for free teeth whitening anymore, probably hiding out on an island

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  • ScamBusters96 Jun 03, 2010
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    These names are related to Alpine White only. You made me doubt where I posted this but when I scrolled up I think I put this list on the proper complaint because that's who the complaint is about.

    Everbright has an equally ugly rating of "F" on the BBB though.

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    TheTruth32123 Jun 03, 2010

    scam busters, your list looks more like just think media/jesse willms not related to patrick terry/everbright

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  • ScamBusters96 Jun 03, 2010
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    They are linked with the following business names:
    Credit Report America
    Wu-Yi Source
    Pure Rezver
    Farend Services Limited
    Earn Google Cash
    Earn Cash Fast with Google
    Dazzle Smile Pro
    Dazzle Smile
    Dazzle White
    Easy Weight Loss Tea Inc
    Wu-Long Source
    eDirect Software
    Government Funded Grants
    Pure Lift Cream
    Muscle Force Max
    Guide to Success Online
    Wu Yi Tea Source
    Pure Cleanse Pro
    Security Help Kits
    Acai Slim
    Clear Lift Ultra
    Ultra Cleanse Plus
    Wu-Yi Tea
    Farend Services Ltd
    Secure Information Resource
    Success Grants
    Acai Force Max
    JDW Media LLC
    White Smile
    Dazzle Pro
    Premium White
    Just Think Media
    E-Z Kit
    Quick Profit Kit
    Celebrity White Teeth
    Idol White
    Premium White USA
    Clean White
    Brighter Teeth Whitening System
    Alpine White
    Dental White

    In addition to the following websites:

    They have to scam a lot of people to pay for all those urls! I don't think I need to mention their BBB "F" rating. Make a complaint to the FTC.

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    TheTruth32123 Jun 03, 2010

    The real scammers behind Alpine White/Bella bright/Everbright and who knows what other scams are Chris Hopson and Patrick Terry of Houston TX and Miami FL

    email and call Patrick his email is [email protected] us number is [protected] and UK number is +[protected]
    on skype at patrick.terry3

    government officials take note of the gmail. its loaded with everything you need to put patrick in jail for this scam.

    Read the lawsuit filed against him by Meritus payment systems in CA. They dont even ship any product, the scam is to get people to buy, charge their cc's for as long as people dont call and chargeback the charge they get as much money out of the banks then go belly up and leave millions of dollars in consumer fraud and losses for banks, consumers and many others.

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    Chuck Turner May 31, 2010


    Did Ian Fleming [ [email protected] ] reply your email ? :)

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    Chuck Turner Apr 29, 2010

    Alpine White scam can be reported to the FTC at and to the Attorney General of FLorida who are investigating XM Brands (Alpine White/Everbrite etc) :

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    Chuck Turner Apr 19, 2010

    Alpine White scam is the same folks who done the Everbright smles scam. Report them to the Florida Attorney General and the FTC (

    Dude promoting this Alpine White teeth scam is called Ryan Eagle:

    Ryan Eagle
    Eagle Web Assets / EWA Network
    Phone: [protected]
    [email protected]
    Tom Eagle | Vice President
    [email protected]
    Address: Eagle Web Assets Inc.
    207 Willow Parkway
    Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
    United States of America
    AIM: nXo
    SKYPE: EagleWebAssets
    GTALK: [email protected]
    MSN: [email protected]
    Ryan Eagle on Facebook:

    Proof that they are promoting this scam:

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    easymark Apr 05, 2010

    This company is VERY SHADY! I ordered the "free trial" and never got an email confirmation from Alpine White. As soon as I tried to track them down is when I started running into dead ends. The 800 number on the product box, doesn't work. The website address on the product packaging doesn't work. In fact the real owners of the domain ( are very angry and frustrated with the teeth-whitening-scammers and are still looking for information regarding there whereabouts).
    I couldn't respond to the 14 day trial (and YOU WON"T BE ABLE TO EITHER) because there is no way to cancel your order.
    The company I finally got billed by is not even called Alpine White. It showed up on my bank statement as Teeth White. The phone number that "Teeth White" left with the bank in case there were any issues was actually the 800 number of another bank!!!

    A few days ago I received an email confirmation about an order from a company called TeethID. The email said my order was being processed and has been shipped according to my instructions. WHAT? I never ordered anything from a company called TeethID.

    SO it appears there is a company out there operating under the guise of several companies, possibly changing their name every couple days.
    Now Alpine WHite is posting "articles" that appear to be written by non-biased parties and also claiming that NO COMPLAINTS ("at the time of this writing") have been filed against Alpine WHite.

    My suggestion: FILE COMPLAINTS with the BBB. Call your bank once the unauthorized charge gets posted to your account. Ask the CSR at your bank to try dialing the number provided by the merchant. Have your bank launch an investigation.

    I'm still cleaning up the mess caused by my curiosity about a product that claimed to work just as well (maybe even better) than what the dentist uses. Sound too good to be true? It is.

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    Susie-Q Apr 01, 2010
    This company, with it's 'free trail' is very tricky to deal with. I found another number on their website [Contact Us] that does get you to a service rep [protected]. Company gives you minimal information after you order a trial, just an email with a 'not in service' phone number and an order number. Nowhere is any cost or terms printed on the email. The package of product has *no* enclosure at all - no invoice and again no information on trial terms, contact or anything else. You have to really dig into the links at the bottom of the website to find out the "Terms and Conditions" . I managed to cancel my "Account" (yikes - what "account"?) and get a cancellation code. I asked about returning unused merchandice (required, as specified in the T's and C's) as was told to keep product, not to ship back. Looks like a RULE trap for them, if they want to spring it. Am now monitoring my credit card account to keep them honest.

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