Blizzard White / Scam
It seems I am not the only person to have a complaint about this company's fraudulent selling practice. I answered an advertisement which was a link from the BBC homepage, for a free trial costing just £1 sterling for postage. When I received an e-mail saying that the full program would be included and that I would be charged almost $100 if it wasn't returned by 20th. April, I cancelled the order and asked them to close the account. I received confirmation that the account was closed and I would not receive any further products. Three more payments have been taken since then. The product is rubbish and declared, for customs, as worth $19.99!
How dare they! If I hadn't put a stop on my account they would have been sending me this garbage and stealing my money ad infinitum.
There is an affiliated company called Pro Action.
Beware and stay with Crest White Strips who offer a guarantee.
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