Perfect Prime and Radiant Restore Princeton Massachusetts Review

In December, I completed an online survey and was given a free sample of Perfect Prime and Radiant Restore cream as a thank you. Unfortunately I signed up for the “free trial”” but did not realize I had to opt out in 14 days or I would be automatically signed up for on-going shipments. As I was checking my bank statments tonight

I noticed a charge of $89.95 from a company called Beauty Face Serum. I immediately called the customer service number and was told I was going to received the automatic shipments as I had not cancelled in the 14 day trial. I told the rep Jasmine I had not signed up

nor did I recall seeing terms that stated I had to cancel within 14 days. She argued with me that it wasn’t her fault that I didn’t read the terms. When I asked to speak to a supervisor

I was told she could give me a 35% refund. When I again askd to speak to a supervisor

she offered a 50% refund

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