Complaint: Exactlly as seen with others in the Ripoff Scamss, I signed up for free trials of two of the Luxia 7 products because of the publicity surrounding the Joanna Gaines departure from her show, thinking the product must be very special for it to men that much to her. Of course, like most, I agreed to the Terms and conditions without reading them, and discovered charges on my credit card for $98.41 and $97.41. Upon calling the number which appeared with my charges, I was advised that I had 14 days to cancel or would be billed. I hadn’t even tried the product yet! Then they offered a dramatic discount for me to keep the service. (I’m guessing it was an auto ship scheme. Never got that far in the conversation.) When I said I wasn’t interested, they provided a confirmation number for the cancellation of my account, refused to discuss the almost $200 they had charged to my card and hung up on me! This is a shameful scam. My credit card comany tells me they encounter it every day. Doesn’t look like they can offer any relief either. I still don’t know if the products are any good, but people need to know that they’re being hustled if not by Joanna Gaines herself, then by others in her name, which I believe she would want to protect.
Address: Internet USA