This company is fraudulently accepting card numbers for payment of shipping for a 14-day free trial of a product that was not requested and fails to perform as advertised.
Also, the fine print in their contract, which takes effect after the 14-day trial allows them to charge the card $89.95 per month, in perpetuity, to pay them for supplying a product that is bogus.
Representatives of the company, contacted by phone, were uncommunicative, refusing to listen to my complaint. In the end, they discontinued the call by hanging up on me, leaving me both confused and still unhappy with the company.
The company's representative stated very clearly, when I called to complain, that "this is fraud," insinuating that the fraud was coming from me, the customer.
1) I am a man, who cares not a bit about wrinkles.
2) The "free sample" was addressed to me at wrong street number, not mine.
3) I was expected to pay postage to return the "free samples" to the company.