Radiant revive Conway South Carolina Review

I was on the internet and saw this commercial about a cream that was on Shark Tank and it was a great product and that SHARK loved it, it was the best cream they ever tried, so the ad said for just the price of the shipping you could give it a try before you buy so I went to click on the link and then a second product came up for the eyes, I thought I just ordered the face cream but they added the eye cream too! I was them charged the $4.99 twice one for the face and one for the eye cream, I thought o well at 4.99 that is okay, then I went to check my bank account and it was zero they had taken out $89.00 for the face cream and $89.00 for the eye cream, the ad said for just the price of the shipping you could try it before you buy it that is all it said I did not see any words stating that in 14 days to cancel it or I would not have gotten sucked it to this, I am on a fixed budget and that just broke me! I was so mad I called there and told them it was a scam and I wanted my money back and they told me I was suppose to cancel it, they are making the buyer think that for only the cost of the shipping you will get the product and there would be no more charges, THIS IS A SCAM! AND I WANT MY MONEY BACK!!!!

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