I ordered a free trial of celebrity teeth product on 3/4/10 for $.99, nowhere did it say anything regarding a...
I ad order a sample that cost $3, 95 to learn later that they charge my account 2 other times it time $ 87.47 of my account was taken call the company several time 04/08/10 wait 45 minutes and spoke with kate collen and manager nancy perez that garantee that the money would be deposit in my account on 04/10 spoke with kate mccaan that promise the same on 04/14 spoke with david webb... All I have to said is be careful they are all liar today 04/19 spoke with david webb again and still promises and promises but nothing happen... I have been scamed
After ordering a small sample of whitening toothpaste advertised for a few dollars plus handling and shipping, I recieved 8 days later a package with a whitening set for which i was charged $149.95.I called the customer service and was told that the fine print on the website said it was for a 14 day free trial from date of order.Jay Demango told me that shipping took place 3 days after order placement and I do remember recieving the package at least a week and a few days after posting this order So much for 14 days. Of course they will not take a refund on this unused product.I firmly believe I was defrauded of 149.95 by intentional misrepresentation of the sample, and looking at the web, I see others have been too.
I too was caught in the celebrity white scam. What I ordered (like 0thers) was a free trial for $.99 and what...
Read the small print on these guys. Their Free sample actually is a committment to a recurring monthly fee of $80. You allegedly have 14 days, starting 4 days after you order the Free sample to cancel what you did not order in the first place. When I called my bank I recieved the phone number for the $79.98 billing (not $.99 as advertised) and they said they were not the ones billing me. They gave me a run around about some other vendors of theirs who must have done this and they could not help me cancel the charges because their records do not show any charges, even though the bank billing has their phone number with the billing.
This is not a very honest way to promote a product so I recommend that everyone stay away from these guys and the Dazzling White Pro System at www.dazzlingwhitesystem.com.
To Whom It May Concern,
My wife was surfing the internet and noticed this "White Teeth" promo. It stated that you would receive free samples of a new whitting product for your teeth. The only thing you had to pay for was shipping. I submitted my information along with payment (I used my credit card). Well looking over my most recent statement, I noticed a payment of $87.47 was made to "White Smiles" which is a subsidiary of "Celebrity White Teeth".
Please refund my account the amount of $87.47 immediately! Let it be known that I will not authorize any payment to "White Smiles" or any other sunsidiary of this company. If this amount is not refunded I will take legal action to the full extent of the law.
This company promises to sen you a free trial teth whitening kit for just the shipping price. According to the website you have 14 days to try the product and then a "membership" fee will be charged. I had $169.95 charged to my credit card. I had literally just received the product, and no contact information was listed. There was also a bogus UPS label listed. When I called UPS to track the delivery date, they said that the tracking number did not exist in there system. According to the customer service agent, they said that the trial period started the date of the order. How could I review a product I didn't have?
I have my credit card company disputing the charges with no success so far.
This company is a scam. They advertise a trial sample for 99 cents. When you get it you are agreeing to a...
I wished I would have read through the complaints of celebrity white before I even placed my order back in beginning of feb 18, 2010 for free
99 cent offer and $3.87 offer. I also discovered over the wknd my checking account had suspicious charges taken out one was for $149.95 and another for $40.00 and another for 87.00. The $149.95 was celebrity white. The $87.00 was build wealth which turned out to be brite white and the $40.00 was another charge another tooth whitening name. I called two different toll free numbers got the same story I had passed my 14 day trial so they automatically charged my account. The foreign speaking woman just kept telling me that was in the terms and policy I told her never once in that policy did I read the $149.95 membership fee I only read in the small print $12.99 monthly fee for additional whitening tubes if wasn't cancelled before 14 days. I never got my order shipped to me until first week in march. I read some complaints on line about them and realize now its a scam. So I went immediately to my bank yesterday and had my visa check card cancelled and my bank will reimburse my account for now and they have a branch that works with fraud cases like these. I also notice reading other complaints that are so much like mine all happened since january 2010 and on hmm! The scammers are busy lets bring them down soon!
I ordered a trial product of celebrity white teeth last month. Nowhere was it mentioned while I ordered the product online that I have to call them in 14 days and cancel my subscription. When the product arrived neither was it mentioned in the packet. Now I see a $59 charge on my bank statement. I called their customer service. She was unwilling to give me the phone number of their refund deptt. Instead gave me an email address. I sent them an email but they declined my request. I was late by 5 days they said. This is a scam. Someone should do something about it. I needed that money so I could pay my bills. I am already living paycheck to paycheck.
I order a sample from celebswhiteteeth which ad I seen on the IRS website. I read the terms and condition...
I purchased a 'trial size' tube of this tooth whitener for 99 cents as directed in Cosumers Digesty and they billed me for a month's supply. It is the size of a skinny tube of mascara and they said that the .085 oz (2.5 ml) tube IS the one month supply and that the 99 cents was for shipping., next thing I know my credit card was charged 149.95 cents for some "membership" I was never informed of this, never by no one, its totaly illegal and this people should be in jail, for this, I want my full refound my name is Stanko Tomic, credit card ends with 1063, someone do something about this please, thank you
Only wish I had looked at Complaints Board website. This is a scam. I had to call and give my Credit Card # to receive free offer of product + .99 cents shipping. Salesman tried to talk me into membership program. I said no thank you, I just wanted free sample as per ad. He said that was okay and he would see that it was shipped. I received the product sample about 15 days later. 3 days later, I noticed that my bank account was being charged for $149.95 from TeethCelebhelp.com. There is no such email address or Web page. The box the sample came in had no company name, and the packing slip inside had no company name.
When I tried to contact the company, every email address given in ads, etc. produced returned emails saying there is no such email address. I tried calling, and was referred to another phone number. I gave all the information I was asked for, and was told another representative would be in touch. I contacted the bank, and they said to cancel the credit card and apply for a new one, which I did. I contacted the phone number they gave and made my complaint, and was told that I had to email a certain email address which the representative gave so fast, I could not assimilate it. I asked him to go slower, and finally got it right. I again sent my complaint emails to the new address. They replied that I was bound by the rules as stated in the ad. I pulled up the ad again and saw nothing, until I finally noticed in very small letters at the end of 4 pages of advertizing an item marked Contact us/Offer terms and conditions, etc. Looking at the ad, you would never notice this tiny item. Well, my credit card is cancelled, my bank account is $149.99 lower, and all I received is a tiny sample small than the thickness of a pencil. Don't be scammed! This is a first class scam, and I believe that two companies are in it together. A warning. Blessings.
I got charged for the product for $149.95 the day I received the product. I did not even get to try it yet. I...
I ordered the product 1-12-10 and received it on 1-26-10 and i called to ask why this product priced on the internet at $3.99.and they deducted from mt account $54.95.
the man Denis on the phone at [protected] told me that i had 14days to call and cancel, and that my 14day was the 28 which is today.and i feel that my money need to be returned to me cause i dont even have the time to even find out if it even works on my teeth, I am very outraged at this.
my information is Debbie Hollis 9302ebroadwayrd#40mesaAz85208
I was reviewing my checking account bank statement and noticed two withdrawals of $81.34 to wup*forcestreng...