MBM&F-Ultra Lean Complaints & Reviews

MBM&F-Ultra LeanCharging credit card without authorization

On October 2, 2008, I ordered a product on-line from the above listed company (MBM&F-Ultra Lean). This offer was for a 30 day supply and all I had to pay was the shipping charges of $4.95. This was billed on my credit card. Then I receive another order on November 8, 2008 by USPS. I did not order this and I did not authorize them to bill this to my credit card. I called my credit card company this a.m. and was told they charged my card $69.87 on October 17th and $69.87 again, on November 1. I have asked my credit card company to dispute this claim and I am asking you to close this company down. I called the company yesterday and they told me they would cancel my account but would not refund the charges. They stated there was a link when you fill out your credit card information you must click on the find out their rules. They state the link says if you do not cancel within 14 days you will be billed. This is a scam because that information is actually hidden unless you happen to click on that link and see the information. I do not remember seeing the link so I do not know what it says. Thank you for your time. My cell phone number is [protected] if you need to contact me during the day while I am at work. Thank you once again. Brenda Bissell

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