Eyepothesis / ripped off
Beware of false tems advertising. I submitted an order to try this product for free...there were no terms on ad page, so my oversight I filled out the order form and then it quickly went to the terms page...which read you can return and not be charged before 8 days is up. I can't tell that this product even works and I am allergic to it. I called what I thought was 7 days (after receiving the product) and cancelled the order. Then the charges showed up on my card. This eye cream was cheap and I don't beleive it has the ingredients they are advertising. I was charged $78.00 for something that was similat to ponds.
I called and they said I was not entitled to a refund because I called back more than 8 days. I was then told it was 8 days from ordering, not from recieving like it should be in order to really try the product. This is a mass rip-off idea. I was put on hold to talk to a supervisor and finally hung up. I was unable to negotiate the terms.
Anyone out there want to do a class action lawsuit? The page you first come onto has no terms, and has credible businesses listed like Allure, New York Times and makes it look like they are endorsing eyepothesis...but if you read what is in print it just has references of empty statements that don't directly support this product. I plan on contacting every one of them...and I think others should too.
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