I feel so stupid for the money I wasted. I finally located the following information and cancelled any subscription and asked for a refund. Charged me shipping twice 4. Would you also please take a moment to like my Facebook Page? Be sure to ask for and write down the cancellation number! I was one of the lucky ones. I am not a cream company, I am a blogger and I wrote this post to help people take the appropriate steps to get out of these recurring billing arrangements which only give you days to try their crappy creams.
AND every time I check the Meghan Merkle column to the right of my face book, the product has a different name. The number they gave me was windows support number. You order what they are supposed to be sales but when you receive the box it is something totally different. Tell them to cancel your subscription immediately and to send you an email confirmation. I was just made aware of this situation the other day and called to cancel right away. Kind of tells you how overpriced it is to begin with! The page clicks take you into where you pay and nowhere did it describe the possibility of a subscription for more creams even after the Thank you page there was no clue.
Peptides themselves are actually fragments of proteins, and proteins are the building blocks of your skin. I called the company and they said no refund. Please take a note of the number as I believe this to be their call number, so you can add to your list. I did get the subscription cancelled but I have to mail back the products to get a full refund. Thank you for your help.
I also found after the fact that this scam is listed on Snopes dot com, as well. All of the Facial Revive websites are flipping to new wrinkle cream scams, mostly the Coal Cream, which is just another scam. Take care and I appreciate you taking the time to comment. With all my yelling and anger, I made sure to tell the representatives that I did not doubt their basic goodness as a human being and that I had no problem with them personally, but that my problem was with the company they worked for. If it sounds to good to be true it is a scam.