HydroxatoneScamming, by sending free samples, getting c/c # charging $95

Pop up ad came on while i was using another site, offering free samples, payment $1.95 for postage. When i received goods & read small print on bottom of (this is not an invoice) phoned to cancel as they stated they would take $95. From my a/c every month & send more products. I was cut off twice but finally talked to person & cancelled order said i would post free samples back, & they were not to take any money from my c/c. Just received my bank statement they have taken $95. When i contacted bank they said that hydroxatone had tried another 2 times to take money out, but not enough credit left. My bank is treating this as fraudulent and will retrieve my money back from them. Thoroughly disgusted that they are still on google, ripping people off. Hope something will be done about this


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    Rhonda Balzan Bastow Mar 12, 2017
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    Hi Yes I had the same problem. I just rang fair trading and was about to ring ASIC for their abn in Australia if no satisfaction. I rang a Sydney number [protected] and waited through the adverts and prompts (just don't do anything, just keep waiting) til I got through to person. They have cancelled me. GGGRRR. So annoying.

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