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151 of 155 people found the following review helpful
on June 20, 2013
I'll admit, I was very naive! I saw a post on my Facebook page claiming that Dr. Oz endorsed this product and Levela used in combination. Since I have "liked" Dr. Oz, I assumed it was his post. I ordered a "free trial" of both products. Right after the order, I realized it wasn't from Dr. Oz but an ad. The next day I contacted Dr. Oz help and found that they never endorsed these (or any) products. They asked for me to send them snips of the ad... and it was no longer up and running on Facebook! This is their tactic; they post false ads and then take them down after a short time. Strike 1. Strike 2: This product contains paraben, a chemical known to cause cancer. Strike 3: I started receiving persistent telemarketing calls late at night after I placed this order. And when we asked them how they got our # they said we recently purchased skin care products from their company. Strike 4 (I know, they should have been out!) They started auto-charging my credit card $79.95 each month and mailing me this. I first emailed to cancel with no response and received another. I just got off the phone with them. They have "in their system" that I returned a bottle (I didn't return anything) and that they stopped charging me and sending product months ago (not true). When I said, "I didn't mail back anything, and when I tried to cancel by email, I got no response. I'm still getting charged and product sent to me." Then he said, "Oh, that's not from us." I explained that I had 3 bottles sitting right next to me -- all three of them full-- credit card statements and mailers with their company on them. He just acted confused and offered to cancel (which he earlier said was already done by some mystery person who mailed them a bottle yet I'm still getting charged). This company is VERY shady. Please learn from my mistake! And for the record, Dr. Oz never endorses specific products exactly for this reason. These companies are predators.