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I responded to ad on Nine MSN Australia for sample of DazzleSmile and Premiere Whitening, postage costs only for two teeth whitening products.Products arrived 6 and 7 weeks later well past time to return.

By that stage 2 large charges had been made to my Visa account which they refused to refund and in addition to the postage.

Cancelled orders 06 November and was given cancellation number - 08 December more large charges on credit card including Super Worldfit who appear to be connected also but with no authority - problem has been given to bank fraud department but who can stop these people!!- CHRISTINE

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#132942

I, too, have been scammed by these b****rds.All of them have taken money from my account.

I have cancelled my card and have filled in a Visa dispute form, no idea if I'll get my money back, will let you know.

I'm just hoping like *** that they can't continue to rob me, my bank has said it's impossible for them to get any more money once my card is cancelled, but some of you have other experiences.Good luck to all.

Anonymous
#132338

SCAM,SCAM, SCAM..call your bank immediatly.

CLOSE YOUR ACCOUNT.

have your bank setup a fraud account on this company.

Anonymous
#130409

They have caught me too. They have now taken over a total of $200.00 from my account and I have received nothing.

Not happy, how can this keep going on? :(

Anonymous
#129879

All these sites and fake businesses are controled by one person . His name is Jesse Willms and he works out of Calgary Canada. He is one of the biggest *** bags on the net.

Anonymous
#128175

It is a messy situation.I have encountered the same problem and have reported it to my bank.

Yet what i have been told was unless the subscription is cancelled by these companies they can keep taking the money. Money is taken out by 3 different companies CLN* TEETHC.COM, SII ONLNORD and IBUILDWEALTH.... Unfortunately i couldnt contact the SII ONLNORD yet as the phone number given on the Everbrite Smile web address is constantly "busy"...

I am planing on closing down my bank account and get a new one which most banks can do without a problem (all direct debits and so on can be transfered fuss free) as cancelling the credit card may not help. They can continue on charging you on the same account even if you change the credit card...

Furthermore, i would suggest that everyone having this problem fill out a "fraud report form" which banks can supply you with.

This would help to trace the bank accounts and possibly prevent any kind of future scams of the sort.Good luck to everyone.

Anonymous
#127288

I've just called IBuildWealth and she said she has cancelled my account and refunded my $40...which will take 3-5 working days to process...

We\'ll see!For anyone else the phone number was America [I used Skpe so I don\'t know the code] 866 822 9626. Their address is Debt2Wealthclub.com, 8670 West Cheyene Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89129I also called the number for MyEverbriteSmile. I didn\'t get much joy from this company. They said that I hadn\'t cancelled my subscription within the trial term, so I\'d been billed $87.47.

He said it was NOT a trial package, it was the full product. He said he had emailed me 3 times when I asked him to send email confirmation of my wish to cancel. He said I would have to follow a link in that email in order to cancel.

I still haven\'t received any emails from him [though debt2wealthclub sent me 2 emails which I received in a minute or so - I was still talking to her on the phone when they appeared in my inbox].The Everbrite guy suggested that I wait for 2-3 hours [!!!] and call him back [!!!]If anyone\'s interested, he said the company name and address is as follows: My Everbrite Smile, 3609 North 29th Avenue, Hollywood, Florida 33020

Anonymous
#127270

They got me too.SiiONLORDR8776833080 took the initial US$3.87 for the trial - ok - then US$87.47 seven days later, before the trial had arrived, then I noticed IBuildWealth had taken US$40 6 days later.

Have just cancelled my debit card.

I hope that finishes it.If anyone has found a way to get their money back please let me know.

Anonymous
#125779

I too have been scammed by the same thing with "ibuildwealth" and Sii*onlnord" charging my card a total of £85.54 this month. I got my card cancelled to stop this but still might be asked to pay! :upset

Anonymous
#123463

I also have been scammed by this company.They took another £60.75 from my account, but I don't think I'll be seeing the money anytime soon.

Have cancelled the card that I used.So anyone reading this please be aware if you give them your card number they will rob you.

Anonymous
#122488

just been told by my credit card company after canceling it.the payments could be carried over to my new card.

has anyone had this happen to them.if this dos happen iam not a happy bunny.

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