BrightWhite Smile/Glamour White / Fraud

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I have just been scammed through false advertising, i realise something was not right after trying to obtain a trial Sample of tooth whitening products by using an offer code secured for consumers who happen onto the Consumer Digest Weekly site, The first product went through OK at a charge of £3.87, Come second product Glamour White Same process after using promotional code SAVE it appeared the transaction went through, only i was directed to another page where i am supposed to check box additional products, and bu this time the name of the items changed To Alta White, i did not check a i only wanted trial offers, there was no option to get out of the page but to CONFIRM ORDER both at the top and bottom of page which i did without check boxing, took me back to order conformation but order would not go through even though all fields were filled and checked, after three attempts i moved to another page that showed my Sub Total to be £105.91, but also at the top of the page highlighted in red it says "We were unable to process your payment successfully its been referred to Customer Service for assistance", Which i am hoping they will have to phone me before proceeding, Why are all those complaints these companies are allowed to dupe silly and trusting people like my self, Please please do all you can to put an end to these Companies and all its affiliates. Bernadette Baptiste

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  • Al
      Oct 01, 2010

    I hate to admit it but I have also been scammed by the "Glamour White" teeth whitener ad. Their home page had an offer of $5.13 for a trial sample of their product. After giving my Credit Card details I was billed for $98.97. I tried to cancel my order within seconds of placing it without success as they have a no cancellation policy. This company is in serious need of investigation.

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