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Like the others i ordered a one time sample for $6.95, I sent a follow up email stating this was a one time charge and have been fighting them to get the charges off my card ever since. They have charged different amounts for a total of $235. I was sent a Request for Refund Form and was told I had to fax it to 707/864/4196 and my money would be refunded in 24 hours. The fax number on the form was wrong. Called customer service was given 212/342/3780 that is the number for a surgical room in a hospital. When asking for a number for corporate they would not give me one. First they would not give me a fax number other than the wrong one. Finally they gave me 213/347/0223 which did go through, but I have not received a confirmation they received it.

This is a scam. I never received anything for the additional charges. THIS IS A SCAM.

[protected] responds with nothing they can do, just call customer service.

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    christiansbeing robbed Jun 03, 2016

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    Jonnie J Cordell Jun 03, 2016

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    trhawks Jun 03, 2016

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    TRU2AU Jun 03, 2016

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    kubbymom May 06, 2011

    I was sucked into this scam, but I called my credit card company as soon as I figured out that it was a scam. Since I called the company the same day, we waited for the 2 days it would take for the charges to show up before any action took place. Once the $6.95 showed up the card company not only refunded the money to my account, but it has placed a stop on Living Christian. As Diannek was so forcoming in her reasoning, I will always scroll to the bottom of the page and place my curser over the links. If it's legitimate, it won't have the same IP address over and over. I've learned my lesson.

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    diannek Jan 14, 2011

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    rhefaye Apr 01, 2010

    I just got broadsided with that 75.95 charge also. They said that for the trial offer I would only be paying the shipping which was 6.95. NOTHING ABOUT 79.95. I HAVE NOT EVEN RECEIVED THE TRIAL OFFER CD, DVD WHATEVER.

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    michael-Richmond,Va. Mar 29, 2010

    I was also led to believe this was a one time charge of 6.95. NO
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    Richmond, Va.

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