DermaC / Eye serum & Vitamin C
The beginning of July I saw an advert for Eye Serum and it was a free trial, all I had to do was pay £3.95 postage. As there was nothing telling me about any further payments, I proceeded to order. Another box popped up asking if I wanted another item, that I didn't, so continued on to the payment box.
I entered my De it card details and expected to be sent one item and pay £3.95.
A few days later I received by post a package, damaged, as the postman had pushed into my mailbox. It contained two items, which I was surprised at, but as I had only been debited for two post ages of £3.95 each, I thought oh well it wasn't a big deal.
I have tried the eye serum, that does not do what the advert says or what they show happens to the people shown trying the item online.
Today on checking my bank statement a payment of £59.71 has been taken two days ago. I immediately contacted my bank, who informed me this is probably a Company that does not show up front what you are paying for.
This an absolute scam as I have found out by going online and checking other people's experiences.
I am disgusted at this trading practice and I will contact Trading Standards to advise them about this underhanded scheme.
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