Complaint: In January of 2018 I was interested in the Allumiere Serum which I saw via the internet. They offered a free sample to try and if interested then to order the product. Allumire Serum is meant to improve facial wrinkles so I thought I would try it. In order to receive the free sample one had to pay shipping and handling for a small amount (around $2) and provide your credit/debit card number so they could complete the transaction. The Allumiere Serum sample arrived around the third week in January. Then on February 22, 2018 I received another bottle of the serum and they billed me for $94.20 through my credit/debit card. I then indicated to them via the internet I had not oreder the secon bottle. They asked me to provide my customer ID #, my name, my address, my phone number and e-mail so they could locate my account. Despite numerous attempts to cancel this fraud, they continued to respond indicating they could not find my account, but meanwhile they sent another bottle of the serum on March 22,2018 and they billed me again $94.20 so for a total of $188.40. At that point in time I knew this was fraud, so I had to cancel my bank account attached to the debit card as well as the debit card itself. Needless to say that is a major inconvenience as I had to notify my satelite radio account for a change in card # as well as mobile phone company, Amazon Prime, etc. These people should all be put in jail! I can only imagine the number of people that are taken with this gimmick. The more people know about it, the better. They should be sued for fraud! Thank you.
Tags: Bank Fraud, Internet Fraud, Trial Offers, Withdrawing Money Without Authorization
Address: United States
Phone: 1-888-776-0643 & 888-801-