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Dazzle White / Unauthorized Credit Card use

1 Oak Tree Road, Edison, NJ, NY, United States Review updated:
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I fell for the "Dazzle White" teeth whitening system, which is the same company using the [protected] phone number as their company name. First they ripped me off for USD $578.76 but I could not disput the claim due to lack of verification. Today they charged $7.14 to my account using the [protected] phone as their company name, which led me to a google search and finding this topic. I canceled my credit card, requested a new one, and will be VERY CAREFUL from now on, about using the new card. I've never even heard of this tea, and certainly didn't order it. Those people should be thrown in jail for credit card fraud!

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  • Da
      3rd of Aug, 2009
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    I went through the exact same thing with Dazzle White. In fact, I got so frustrated with this whole ordeal that I actually went out and invested in the domain to let people know about this BEFORE they get stuck in the same situation.

    A couple of tips to help you get your money back (posted by users at the site above):

    1. Call them before they ship anything to you - yes, you have to ship that little tube back within 14 days of the order.

    2. They HATE chargebacks. You can call your credit card company and have them reverse the funds. For a good example - see this post:

    3. Insist that THEY cancel the order to the subscriptions that they automatically enroll you into. It takes a bit, but they are willing to do it if you press hard enough on them. See the comments on this blog posting for a step-by-step example:

    4. By just mentioning the fact that you may call your CC company and have them issue a chargeback, Dazzle White (scam) will be willing to reverse the charge themselves - they are penalized heavily when the CC company reverses the charge - aka it costs them money.

    Hope this helps!

    DazzleWhite Scam -

  • In
      24th of Jul, 2009
    0 Votes

    It happened to me too! I noticed a charge of 58.98 in my credit card so I checked what it was about, turn out a product to whiten teeth which I didn't order to begin with. I called my credit card company right away after googling about dazzle white scams. I don't generally buy from anyone online unless is from amazon or a BBB member. Beware of fraudulent companies such as this one!

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