RushCard claims you can get Direct Deposit of your payroll to your RushCard and get access to your money up to 2 days sooner. Or get your government benefits up to 3 days sooner, but in reality, if your thinking that the RushCard is better than just opening a Bank Account, think again!
The minute these jokers get your direct deposit or government benefits two to three days sooner, they will block the card, hold your money, and demand copies of personal information for the release of your own funds. Meantime you have no access to your money and are left broke and upset, while the RushCard rude customer service representative slowly tells you, your documents aren’t good enough and demand better for the release of any funds.
On top of that, for the RushCard prepaid visa they charge a signup fee, monthly fees, and hidden fees, all for access to your own money. Don’t be fooled by their promises of no overdraft fees, a Bank Account and Debit Card are just as easily obtainable, less expensive and overdraft holds can be placed on any account.
Keranique is a regrow hair product, that actually makes claims of a “Risk Free” free trial with a $7.95 shipping charge, which requires a credit card for payment. What Keranique doesn’t want you to know is that “risk Free” trial comes with a 2 month supply purchase requirement, so once you receive their 60 day supply, after 30 days you are sent the next shipment. When you try to cancel after you notice the $160.00 unauthorized charge from Keranique on your credit card, that’s when you find out another shipment is on it’s way.
There is nothing “Risk Free” about subscription products. Never give these companies your account information even if you think it’s just a small shipping charge it’s “Risky Business“, because they will use that information to bill you again and again as long as they can. It’s hard to even tell if this regrow hair product really works, with all the complaints about fraud, unauthorized charges and the outrageous price, it sounds more like the only thing you will get with this product is scammed.
WaxVac has been referred to as a useless piece of junk, a rip off, and just another buy one get one scam with unauthorized offer signups and upgrade charges. They make a claim the item cost is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping, but in reality this offer could run as much as $50.00 or more with the offers you will automatically be signed up for and billed. Consumer beware.
At least Q-tips won’t leave you broke with a bunch of worthless offers, never give WaxVac your credit card information, because once you do you won’t get a total for your order and the website just goes away and becomes unavailable, then you are signed up for every offer in their book and charged immediately with these unauthorized charges, and will never be able to get a refund.
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.