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chinagreenelvis

I almost fell for "Cathy's" site today. After clicking on the first link and seeing an all-too-familiar "fill out all your information in our fabulous looking form boxes" page, I decided to take a look back at the "one-post blog" and at the comments below it.

First of all, there is no link to post a comment. Second, at the bottom of the "comments," there is a simple bit of text that says "Comments Temporarily Disabled."

Total marketing ploy. The people that come up with this stuff are evil geniuses who deserve to be tossed down a smokeshaft.

M. B.

I tried hitting those sites from a couple different locations and saw "Audrey Smith in Wayne, PA" somehow also being "Audrey Smith in Greensboro, SC" and "Audrey Smith in Media, PA".

Obviously, nothing is legit there...

Patricia Smith

I also had the same problem with the weight loss product advertised on AOL. Just pay $3.99 shipping & handling for free sample - Sure, simple enough. Then I got charged for international transaction fee & then the first month's shipment. I canceled as soon as transaction hit my bank account but have been fighting ever since to get my money back.

Stay away from all AOL advertisers. Unscrupulous definitely! Probably illegal as well!

fay leach

I was scammed by this, thought I had received a free sample for the shipping fee of 9.99. turns out this is not a sample but a months supply, no instructions for return, and your aaccount is billed for 79.99. When you call to complain, you are told you are too late. My credit card co. is looking into removing the charges, but I think I will be stuck with aprox $160, and stuff that didn't do anything

Jack

Yeah, and if you post comments warning people on the site, they are deleted within five minutes.

allie

thanks this was very helpful! i almost did this then decided to check for scams before i hit the go-ahead button!

Bill

At first I saw the text under the 'About Me' section was wrong. It had 'E9' after the city name. And she just happens to live in my city, how nice.
I viewed the site through a proxy and I get no city this time, just a comma and blank spcae, site theme has changed, comments are changed too.

The photo is an obvious photoshop, exact same shot, different colour on the teeth.

The URL for the products they linkto goes to some weird unknown site.

They have big brand logos like CNN plastered all over the sites, it's kind of obvious it's too good to be true.

Being a web designer I can pick these things up easily, I would hate to think how many people have been fooled by these guys though.
It's absolutely irresponsible of Google, AOL et al to advertise to these scams.

Pro Tip: Get firefox with adblock plus to block all those crappy adverts.

Fritz Holznagel

As a Google AdSense user, I've been blocking this ad (and the similar ads for JimsMoneyMachine.com, or whatever those get-rich-quick scams are) from our site for months now.

The problem is, as soon as you block one URL, they change the URL to KarensTeethTrick.com or BobsTeethTrick.com. Then the ads run for another day or two until you spot them and block them.

Google tells me they're helpless to block the root company that's running these ads. I find that dubious, but that being their position, I'm reduced to blocking URL by URL.

I feel bad because I know that a certain percentage of users get suckered by these products on my site before I can block them.

And it's not great for the reputation of my site, either.

Pearly White Teeth

The problem is, as soon as you block one URL, they change the URL to KarensTeethTrick.com or BobsTeethTrick.com. Then the ads run for another day or two until you spot them and block them. - This one is true. Well, for teeth whitening tThere are a lot of ways to whiten your teeth. You can go to the professional, use commercial teeth whitening products, or simply get the job done in your home using the traditional methods. Well, here’s one - use baking soda. Baking soda has an active ingredient that can bleach teeth and even dentists recommend it.

cosmetic dentist in los angeles

probably your not really think if its real or not,thank you this entry.

florence

Teeth Whitening Kits

I fell for the scam. My suggestion to everyone that got scammed is contact the BBB and make a complaint.

michael

I saw the ad a month ago and didn't do it because i thought it was a scam. When I saw it again today i figured it must be legit if it's still out there. Luckily, I read the fine print before i submitted my order. People shouldn't be allowed to scam like that, even if it is 'legal'. Kudos to you for bringing people's attention to this scam.

E. Junker

Yep. I did order both halves of the binary tooth whitening system. "Try it for 14 days and if not completely satisfied..." The second half of the order doesn't come in time to test it. lol. After about 10 days I called and got the return info. I also told them I thought they were running a scam. I mentioned I would be making a proper report if the tried to bill my account for anything over the agreed (about 6 bucks total) "introductory" offer.

I got email the next day saying the order was canceled and they would be making a refund very soon. Again, lol. They still had a lock for about 80 bucks a week later (but no collection). I just canceled the debit card and had my C.U. issue a new one.

Jerks.

BTW, the first stuff they sent lasted about 5 days out of the "month's supply" and didn't work... LOL!

DAZZLEWHITE.TOTAL.SCAM.

Kimmie

http://www.dazzlesmilepro.com/index.php

Dazzle Smile is definitely a total scam. I also read one of these adverts via Facebook detailing 2 separate products with 'free trials'. They gave a promo code for discount on the shipping reducing the total apparent cost to $1.95. HOWEVER, only after I had processed the payment did it tell me it charged $11 - because I live in the UK. No prior warning but apparently in does state additional charges for non US residents their T&C's. At no point are you directed to the terms and conditions or asked to confirm you have read them. At this point I smelt a rat and looked into this further. They do supply the 14 day 'free' trial - as part of your 30 day initial pack. If you don't return the rest of the product (at your cost) they charge you in excess of $80 and will continue to send you the product automatically, and charge you for it, until you cancel. I spoke with their 'helpdesk' and asked them to revoke the transaction and refund me the $11 but they said it was too late, the transaction was automatic and could not be refunded. I am now awaiting my sample and will have to send it back to them, at my cost, in order to avoid paying $80. This is certainly not clearly outlined on their website and I am sure they catch many people out. Though it is seemingly legal as all of these details are outlined in their, not so easy to find, terms and conditions.
The only thing that attracted me to home tooth whitening in the first place was the excruciating pain my boyfriend endured after having his whitened at the dentist! I hope this page helps other people from being caught out.....

GeneTinsley


There is obviously a lot to know about this. There are some good points here.

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=515104250

I feel so cheated. I have just rung Shimmering white on this number 0-800-520-0933
and cancelled my order. I'm posting it back to them tomorrow. However the Purley white is apparently not related. The customer service rep said I need to call another number however on the invoice they have the same warehouse address. Can anyone help to track the Purley white customer service number. Many thanks B

Chuck Turner


Here is the head office phone number and address for Dazzlewhite /Dazzle Smile:

Suite 204, 85 Cranford Way Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada T8H 0H9
Phone: 780.416.0211
Email: [email protected]

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More about this company and their history can be found here:
www.webcops.net/just_think_media_spam_scams_8001.html
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What they are doing is NOT legal no matter what they claim - they are breaking FTC rules on fair disclosure and are using deceptive advertising practices. There are several laws against what they are doing.

Where to file complaints: FTC https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/

James

Good post! We wrote about the online teeth whitening scams a while back, and we are now having a difficult time keeping track of all the scam products that come to market. It seems like these companies rebrand their "brush-on" whiteners every week.

our original article can be found here:
http://www.teethwhiteningreviews.com/artman/publish/teeth-whitening-scams.php

Jossie

Dazzle White Pro and Clean White are scammers, the same thing happened to me. I paid for the two trials and 10 days passed and no trial by mail, they didnt want to cancel and told me that they were going to charge the $87.62 sample or no sample recieved, so what I went ahead and cancelled my credit card, they were not going to scam me, the first and last time that I order any trials ever again!!!!!!!

Kaz

I have had the same happen to me,apart from i cant get through to them to cancel!!! only thing is my bank is saying there would be no point canceling my card as they alreay have my details and the way they do it is so it is set up as a subscription so even on a closed account they can still try and take the money??? has anyone else been told this? should i close my bank account?

Marilyn Gollan

OrthoWhite and DazzleSmile were the two products a "young mother with no money" talked about on an internet radio station ad. I sent for the free trials, for $1.99 and $1.00 S & H. They arrived, but when my cred card bill came 2 weeks later, I saw a $78.00 charge from OrthoWhite. I called them, and was told I had agreed to Terms and Conditions (you had to mark that box to get the free sample). They said I could keep the product, and they would refund $45, or I could return it, and they would refund $60. Either way, they kept a portion of my money! I returned the product, paid over $7.00 to get a signed confirmation of return, and filed with the BBB. I called DazzleSmile to be sure they didn't intend to send more products. Good thing I called, since they were also sending me products for $85. They agreed to cancel my "elite membership". My credit card company told me they could not do anything about the OrthoWhite charges. Lesson learned, unscrupulous people are out there!

Crusader

Yes, same thing happened to me! Both Dazzle Smile and Smile White are the same. Free trial is not free. You get to wait 10 or 14 days until they charge you! Doesn't sound free to me! I got a $70 refund from Dazzle Smile out of $92 but Smile White offered nothing but to again charge me $6.99 for a UPS label to return the product. So I paid almost $10.00 but I never got my "free trial" and $20.00 for a "free trial" w/ Dazzle. Doesn't make sense right? That's because it's a scam!!! I filed a complaint w/ the FTC and their international board because the real name is "Just Think Media" in Canada from what I am researching. Please see below and file a complaint also. The more the FTC hears about it maybe they will do something. I intend on costing the company more then they charged me by going to every website that sponsers them and posting these emails on every website I can. That way unsuspecting consumers like me will not be blind sided by bogus charges!! Let's tell these companies not to mess w/ the consumer!! Cost them out of pocket expenses like they did to you!! :)

Dazzle White
JustThink Media
Corporate Head Office
Suite 204, 85 Cranford Way
Sherwood Park, Alberta, CANADA T8H 0H9
Phone: 780.416.0211
Fax:780.416.0218
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Customer Service
[email protected]


FTC: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/

http://www.econsumer.gov


Cleanwhites Customer Care
300 NE 62nd Street
Miami, Florida 33138
(877) 292-6892

stillwaters

The charge is for your "free" sample. If you don't cancel in 14 days, you are billed $80-$90 for your little bitty NOT free sample. My advice to all ... set up a free checking account with very little $ in it and use a debit card attached to that account for your internet purchases. If somebody like this gets your card, only a small amount can be debited to your account, you can file a dispute, and, most importantly, you can cancel your debit card (no more unauthorized charges!) and get a replacement card without charge or hassle from your bank!

rina

hi ive been scamed to. ive cancelled all my credit cards because i cant remember which one i ordered from. it makes me sick. i only found out by watching this morning and they were talking about tooth witening scams. i think ive been conned to around 60 to 70 pounds. makes me sick. these people are evil creatures. ive learnt my lesson.

Helen Schneider

I fell for this too. Supposed to get a "free sample" for $2.95 S/H. When I hit the submit I found I was a "member" and was going to get a "tray kit" for $49 and a monthly product for $87. I called immediately to cancel and was told the shipments were sent automatically and they couldn't stop them, but I was given a cancellation number and told to return the items, certified, with insurance and pay a $16 restocking fee. I called Visa who offered to help me refute the charges but they could not do anything until the account had been charged. My $2.95 charge was already on my account in the first five minutes. I cancelled my Visa and got a new account. I checked back after a few days and no further charges had been made. When the sample arrived, I marked it "refused, return to sender" and put it back in the mail. My advise is to close your account as soon as possible before they have a chance to charge it. Had I looked all the way at the bottom of the online ad, there was a small print "terms and conditions" that spelled out all the charges. I think that is how they stay in business. I made a complaint to the FTC, just to make myself feel better.

Kathleen

A few things about the website tipped me off that it was a scam.

1) It was being advertised. What kind of weird good samaritan would take out google ads to share this "secret trick?"

2) The article said that the promo codes were only good until - coincidentally! - the same day that I was reading the article.

3) All of the comments had real names like "Luke" or "Eve" instead of the usual "Sexygrrrl69" and all of the comments were positive. Hello, it's the internet. No one likes anything.

I'm glad scammers are still a bit predictable but it still sucks that people get caught. I got caught in one of my own "Free trial!" things where they ship you extra stuff with a bill. I wrote angry letters and they backed off, which in my case worked because I definitely had NOT agreed to other items, even in fine print.

Scumbags.

D. S.

I also got duped. The FTC really should step in here. Microsoft & Symantec have already sued the owner of this business for other infringements. The guy running this scam is definately criminal. (22 years old)

D

LIND

ME TO IM THE LATEST VICTIM THEY HAD ME ON A DOUBLE ONE AND NOW IM 240 POUNDS IN DEBT AS THEY VERY KINDLY GAVE MY DETAILS TO SOME OTHER COMPANIES IT STARTED WITH DAZZLE WHITE AND PURE WHITE THEN I HAVE A LAITPAK A ULTRAFRESHWELL AND A IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH ALL DIPPING IN TRY CANCELING THAT ONE I HAVE FOUND THEM ALL BUT NOT LAITPACK OR PURE WHITE CAN ANYONE HELP

meg

and then there's "Lauren" targeting Australia..... thanks for the info about the scams:
With families facing tighter budgets, many are turning to the internet to take advantage of special trial offers in order to save money and keep living expenses low. Lauren, a mother of two, is one such consumer. Lauren recently discovered a clever way of using a teeth whitening trial —Premium White — to get one incredible whitening affect, comparable to what you might expect paying $300 or more with your dentist. Even more surprising, she used nothing but a trial offer where she paid just a few dollars in shipping by using a coupon code to try these products.

Sue Gooch

This scam is more prevalent than ever. I fell for it too, didn't read the T&Cs and ended up with debits of £89, £37 & £58. Apparently you sign up to a recurring payment which can only cancelled directly with the company, which many of you have found to be almost impossible to contact via the phone numbers they give you.

My bank has charged back the last 2 payments but says it can do nothing about the first payment because that was taken before I cancelled. They are prepared to keep charging back as they say this is the best way to deal with. Visa have apparently refused to pay out now to over 100 names connected with this scam, perpetrated by one Jesse Wilms who currently has a whole host of lawsuits against him. I am trying to do my bit by emailing any webhosts with the ads running. So far, only photobucket have replied by that's a start at least. Hopefully he will be put out of business soon, which is just as well because he's apparently pulling in $75 000 a day!

Cecilia

Hello,

If there was some confusion about your subscription, we honestly didn't mean to inconvenience you in any way.  Our goal is not to inconvenience our customers .The terms and conditions of our offer are very visible on the order page, they are stated on the order page where you confirm your order, located directly to the top of where your credit card information was entered. There is also a link at the top of the home page that opens up the terms and conditions in a separate window. Customer service is our number one priority and we do everything we can to be open with all of our customers. Of course, mistakes can be made; and if you were not aware of our terms and conditions in our site, we are happy to offer you a full refund if you return the unused product back to us. We have always honored our 30-day guarantee and will continue to do so.

You can talk to customer support seven days a week. Our U.S.-based help lines are also staffed each and every day of the week to respond to any questions you may have both before and after your order. Simply call us at 888-948-5508 or visit our 24/7 live help at http://www.dazzlesmilepro.com/contactus.php and we will be happy to walk you through the entire cancellation process.

Your satisfaction is our number one concern,

Thanks,

Leanne

I really can't believe so many people can be tricked so easily into giving out their credit details! I clicked on the "Simple Mum finds amazing, simple tooth whitening treatment" because sometimes I like to go 'scam-spotting' just for fun.
All it took was to scroll down to the bottom of the comments, try to enter my own comment that it was a scam (fake link), scroll a little further and the first think in the fine print actually states "this story is not real, neither is the person in it or the comments below", then goes on to explain exactly how much you will be charged.

Easy

Faye Marland

I fell for the 'single mom ad' on the consumer tips weekly site, and ordered products from Everbright and Clean Whites. I have since been charged a total of £372 on my visa card and thankfully my visa company contacted me to verify these charges. I have managed to cancel my subscription with Everbright but have been unable to contact Clean Whites by telephone or e-mail so have written to cancel via recorded delivery to an address I found in their T&C's. They have since sent another parcel using DHL and a neighbour signed for it, otherwise I would have refused to accept. I have put in a dispute with my visa company and cancelled my card. They have provisionally credited my account for the whole amount taken and I just have to wait and see. Is anyone else in this situation. I am left wondering how hard these criminals will fight to pursue their money and if I need to prepare for battle?

Jennifer Rodman

Hi, Wish i had known about this scam befor i was taken for $185.00. The story i saw was about a lady who;s daughter who had yellow teeth the thing is this person lived in the same town as i live in, Cairns Queensland australia. I had to canel my card New years eve. an was away on holidays. There was nothing i could do as the money was gone. It was ment to be a free sample but asked for card number for postage. What a idiot i was for falling for it.

News

Great Resource i must say! I have found what i wanted! :)

Natalie

Hello,

If there was some confusion about your subscription, we honestly didn't mean to inconvenience you in any way.  Our goal is not to inconvenience our customers .The terms and conditions of our offer are very visible on the order page, they are stated on the order page where you confirm your order, located directly to the top of where your credit card information was entered. There is also a link at the top of the home page that opens up the terms and conditions in a separate window. Customer service is our number one priority and we do everything we can to be open with all of our customers. Of course, mistakes can be made; and if you were not aware of our terms and conditions in our site, we are happy to offer you a full refund if you return the unused product back to us. We have always honored our 30-day guarantee and will continue to do so.

You can talk to customer support seven days a week. Our U.S.-based help lines are also staffed each and every day of the week to respond to any questions you may have both before and after your order. Simply call us at 888-948-5508 or visit our 24/7 live help at http://www.dazzlesmilepro.com/contactus.php and we will be happy to walk you through the entire cancellation process.

Your satisfaction is our number one concern,

Thanks,

josh

my teeth are atrocious, i would use anything to whiten them, im also rich, so i can afford to spend my money on this crap, so, yeah i tried it, well, it kinda worked because its white paint, but its latex paint so it washes off pretty quick

carol

Hello,

If there was some confusion about your subscription, we honestly didn't mean to inconvenience you in any way.  Our goal is not to inconvenience our customers .The terms and conditions of our offer are very visible on

the order page, they are stated on the order page where you confirm your order, located directly to the top of where your credit card information was entered. There is also a link at the top of the home page that opens

up the terms and conditions in a separate window. Customer service is our number one priority and we do everything we can to be open with all of our customers. Of course, mistakes can be made; and if you were not

aware of our terms and conditions in our site, we are happy to offer you a full refund if you return the unused product back to us. We have always honored our 30-day guarantee and will continue to do so.

You can talk to customer support seven days a week. Our U.S.-based help lines are also staffed each and every day of the week to respond to any questions you may have both before and after your order. Simply call

us at 888-948-5508 or visit our 24/7 live help at http://www.dazzlesmilepro.com/contactus.php and we will be happy to walk you through the entire cancellation process.

Your satisfaction is our number one concern,

Thanks,

Damon James

AAAAAAARRRRRRGGGGGHHHHHH!!!!!

It appears this scam has a few manifestations under a few different brand names.

Once a brand name is sullied on the web the scamers probably just change names and continue the operation.

VibrantSmile and PremiumWhitePro were the two sample products I ordered from australia (http://newwhiterteeth.com/) .

About a month after receiving the sample products my credit account was "sampled" a further $139 in the case of one company and $120 or so in the case of the other.

If this happens to you, it is imperative that you CANCEL your credit cards immediately because the scammers will continure to debit. If you only cancel the debitor then they debit under a different name. Dispute the payment with your bank and you might have some luck getting your money back - I'm still waiting, but if my bank says NO then I'll just print off a few volumes of web evidence of the scam and email the banking Ombudsman, and see what happens.

Too good to be true???????

I've learnt my lesson.

AAAAARRRRGGGGGHHHH!!!!!!!!

Visitor

Thanks for putting this info page online! Every once in a while one gets tempted by a well written ad. It always pays to do a little searching before ever giving that valuable CCard info out.

Paddy Cake

Cancel your card immediately! Don't let the credit card company or your bank convince you to keep your old number.
Royal Bank of Canada's Visa issued me a new card and number after 4 phone calls. I spoke to 3 obnoxious agents before reaching a helpful one.
He said that fraud had been committed and that I would only be charged the initial $2 and not the $89 that I had not authorized. Thanks, Visa, you have kept me as a loyal customer.
It's disgusting that Google allows scams to advertise through them. I wonder if they something to gain.
I wonder why our governments have not acted to protect their citizens.
I also wonder why Visa permits scam companies to use their system.
I will never use my credit cards on the internet again.
I am amazed how vulnerable we are.
Cash is looking better all the time.

Mr. Smiles

Even if you make the box to opt out of the monthly charge they still hit you. They hit me three times. My credit card company charged back their crap and took care of it quick. Thanks you BANK OF AMERICA!

Mariah Braxton

This info might assist you in trying to get your $$ back. DazlingBright charged me $3.87 & a week later $87.47 for a "membership". All I wanted was a sample of their product. The number to call is 866-777-8751. They offered me $49 refund if I returned the product. The rest is "restocking" charge. You must call to get a number to put on the outside of your package. Then they give you the address. I'm waiting to see if the refund comes thru. Of course I notified Visa immediately.

Ultra Teeth Whitener

I run a tooth whitening website and I can tell you it's a cut-throat world in terms of competition. Such continuity programs are unecessary and always a scam as the rate at which people need tooth whitener product is down to the individual and how often they use it. Marketers forcing resales (only stating re-billing in small print) and then making subscription cancellation a series of hoops to jump through is akin to misleading people.

Dentists Murfreesboro TN

Thanks for this info, Mr. Mike Duffy.
If people want to have whiter teeth, I really suggest that they see real and legal dentists. Murfreesboro (TN)-based clinic is where I get my teeth checked almost every 6 months. It's way better, than trying to get things done on my own. After all, having a dentist examine and take care of our teeth is much worthy and will save us from extra spending. Try asking teeth doctors for the best products for your oral care.

-Douglas

crystal loves white teeth

I can't believe all the scams out there. It is so important to get the right information before you start any tooth whitening procedure. Who better to find out from than people who have actually used the products? There is little information about the procedure, the maintenance and the need to be under the care of a dentist. This is all valuable information that can be found on tooth whitening reviews. These reviews tell you things that the manufacturer doesn't typically disclose. The tooth whitening reveiws rate each system based on their effectiveness, their brightness, the packaging, the maintenance and the cost. This information can tell the consumer if the product is worth pursuing.

Tooth Whitening Products

I totally fell for this scam as well, i have a call into the BBB, and i suggest "EVERYONE" that fell for this scam do as i did. Report them with all the information you can. I am sick of being scammed.

Steven-Dentist

I have fallen for this tactic a few times. The worse part is trying to get your money back as you can hardly ever reach these people.
They ruin it for the honest people. For more helpful tips try http://www.topteethwhiteningtips.org/

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Angela

I was scammed a year ago by, oh I forget the name smile, a teeth whitening company.

I did find this while searching on the internet last month and wanted to see if it was for real and it is. So I decided to post it on every board that is about people being scammed by teeth whitening companies.

Apparently, the owner of this company was scammed years ago and decided to start a company doing things the right way. When I called their customer service number I was speaking to American people, “Wow what a change”. They described their program the following way.

They not only sell product on Amazon, in salons and though their website, they are also allowing anyone who was scammed by a teeth whitening company the opportunity to order refill kits from them as if they were originally customers of theirs. He said that they make a dollar or so for each refill kit sold and the owner wanted to give back to any one that was scammed. They are selling refill kits for $10 each. The link to their offer page is here.

http://www.nicewhites.com/offers/iws/

I order last month, the gel pack arrived 5 days later, and there was no surprises. They did not bill me for additional product, etc… I think this is a great thing they are doing to help everyone else…

dentists in aiken sc

Nowadays, people are now into having not just a perfect set of teeth, but a pearly white smile as well. And there are a lot of products in the market that promises whiter teeth. As for me, it really depends on what are you more comfortable using to or if you have enough money, you can go to the dentist and have more visible results.

Whiter Teeth

I prefer to purchase my teeth whitening (or any other product) at an actual store.
Sometimes you can only find a certain item on line.
I have found out that if I cant ask questions or communicate prior to the purchase, it will not be any easies to cancel or return.

Wilton Winrow

While I was on a vacation in Miami, I was able to have the chance to browse through the internet and did a little research regarding a teeth whitening product. After a series of research and consultations with a dentist, I convinced myself of trying this product since my teeth are slowly turning into something really yellowish. Months after using it my, teeth slowly returned to normal and healthy white.

Katrina T

Hey everyone, I work for a credit card company's call center, and I hear about these scams every single day! To those who have been a victim-it is NOT hopeless to get your money back! Call your credit/debit card provided to "dispute" the charges as UNRECOGNIZED (anything charged AFTER what you are initially told). Be sure to have attempted to contact them so we have that in record, and KEEP A PAPER TRAIL OF EVERTHING.

Shelly Beckham

Having white teeth promotes good health, hygiene and a youthful appearance. Everyone wishes to have whiter teeth to wear a beautiful smile wherever she/he goes and make a good impression on other people. Always remember that an attractive smile creates that lasting impression.

Edmund Falkner

That kind of fraud is very alarming. It destroys the reputation of whitening sellers and real whitening websites. A simple solution to this is to buy directly in supermarkets or have your trusted dentist whiten your teeth.

Rebecca

Thanks for the heads up. I really want to get some teeth whitening products, but I don't know what brand is best. I will make sure to stay away from them!

http://britesmilestore.com

jennyjohn

Hey, I heard about the world's best smile contest on Smile Struck that is ending soon World's Best Smile Contest. It's to see who out there has the sexiest smile or a sexy smile and the best smile out there. . .I joined. its free to join, but I only voted because my smile isn't that great. lol SMILESTRUCK - Johnson

Eddie Storms

When it comes to teeth whiteners, it's best to buy certified products from supermarkets or grocery stores. The products must be approved by the Food and Drug Administration so you can be sure that they are safe for use.

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