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Dazzle White / Scam and a Ripoff

1 CO, United States Review updated:

After seeing an ad on the Dr. Mercola web site (how these shysters managed to secure a spot on that site is an entirely different matter which we will take up with Dr. Mercola), we signed up for the $1.95 trial. Received the product and noticed an immediate charge of $87 had hit our credit card. Called to cancel, and after being on hold for 30 mins, a rude "customer service" representative said we would have to send a letter to officially cancel. Since that time, ANOTHER $87 charge hit our credit card. We sent a letter certified mail - return receipt requested to Dazzle White Pro, 22100 E. 26th Ave., #100, Aurora, CO 80019. A “G. Remez” signed the receipt. We have cancelled the card and logged a complaint with our bank. Clearly, this is a SCAM. If they have your credit card number, recommend you cancel immediately and log a complaint with your bank.

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  • Ch
      29th of Nov, 2009

    I Googled Dr. Mercola and He is a DAMN SCAMMER, also!!
    Of course, He's going to have scam ads on his website...because ALL INTERNET ADS ARE SCAM ADS, DUMMY!!

    You could have known this if you had only Googled searched DAZZLE WHITE and DR. MERCOLA BEFORE you gave them the keys to your bank vault.

    Why is it that people these days are so G.D. STUPID and ###ED and IGNORANT when it involves money?!!!

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