Meaningful Beauty‘s secret is your next shipment will cost you $100.00 or more. Once you realize your account has been over drawn, and your flat broke because of these unknown and unauthorized charges by Meaningful Beauty, and can try to cancel the subscription you didn’t know you signed up for, guess what, your next package is already on it’s way and Meaningful Beauty has charged your card again.
Never give these guys your credit card information based on trusting a celebrity (Cindy Crawford), who can afford these outrageous monthly payments for just some face cream.
Well up late one night I came across this awful PosTVac MANUAL VACUUM THERAPY PUMPinfomercial and I couldn’t believe that something like this was being sold on late night TV for everyone to see, and to top it all off it was just another “As seen on TV” scam.
PosTVac makes claims of Gentle Suction that’s Full Firm and Long Lasting, and it’s sold at http://rejoynmedical.com/. This scam is also involved in medicare fraud, so beware because this cheap vacuum could cost you more than just money.
Tommie Copper claims that their compression wear will ease your everyday aches and pains. Many have claimed no change or that the pain only got worse, few reviews say that the Tommie Copper actually provided some improvement.
Prosvent.com make claims that they have the natural prostate care solution in this infomercial. “GUARANTEED to give you RELIEF in less than 30 days, with no side effects, fewer trips to the rest room, sleep through the night again, sit through a full movie and Enjoy better sex”.
Consumers have complained about it not working in 30 days and being tricked into paying for a 60 day supply because they receive an extra bottle in shipment and told to take it for 60 days to see results. This infomercial promises a 100% satisfaction or a full refund, but consumers have complained about not being able to get through to customer service and when they do they are given excuses of a 30 day time frame for refunds, made to pay for the 60 day supply, and then received future shipments and charges due to their auto ship scam.
Prosvent.com tells the consumer to try it for 60 days even though the site and infomercial claims you should see results in your so called free 30 day supply, just to hide the fact that you have signed up for auto purchases every month, and you will be charged for that extra 30 day supply bottle a whopping $79.85, and then the next months auto ship bottle for another $79.85 is on it’s way. Never sign up for monthly purchases, once you do it’s hard to cancel, then they place unauthorized charges on your credit card, rip you off with their defective products and provided poor customer service. Always review before you purchase.
No wonder these scam artists call themselves the The Wisdom Center, because they have the wisdom to scam in the name of God. This organization uses people’s faith to steal from them, Dr. Mike Murdock tells them they need to give to the Lord the one thing they have that Dr. Mike Murdock wants, their money, if they ever expect a blessing or freedom from debt in their life.
In the infomercial Dr Murdock even comes up with the number of donations, I mean seeds he expects to sow, 1,189 seeds a commercial at $1,000 dollars a piece. You do the math, that’s a lot of profit in the pulpit for doing nothing!
EZ Eyes Keyboard is no miracle keyboard it’s just another TV scam! Their website makes it seem like you get a keyboard and a mouse for $14.95 plus $7.95 for shipping and handling; plus get a second set for just processing and handling, but before you even get a total your order goes through for $101.60.
There is no way to email the company, and when you try to contact customer service by phone to cancel the order your told that the data has yet to be “down loaded” and to call back tomorrow. They boast that this keyboard is as nice as others that cost $60 or more, when in reality the EZ Eyes Keyboard will cost you over a $100.00.
They have this same keyboard at Walmart for $9.98,without all the hidden costs. Don’t be blinded by EZ’s double offer scam your better off struggling to see.
The only thing trendy about the Trendy Top is the buy one get one free scam only doubled! If you order from their website or automated phone system they try to up sell you other offers, and you won’t get a purchase total until the credit card information has been entered. Once you notice the outrageous shipping and other unauthorized charges, it’s impossible to contact customer service to cancel the order.
These rags could wind up costing you over $100.00, I suggest you don’t even think about covering up your crack with this crap!