Nina –

Victim Location 64093

Total money lost $179.48

Type of a scam Online Purchase

I saw an ad on Facebook for Revoria Anti-Aging Face Cream and Anti-Aging Eye Serum and it was endorsed by Theresa Caputo (found out later Theresa Caputo has never endorsed face cream and was surprised to hear a company was using her name). It advertised a free trial of the products, and all I had to pay was shipping which totaled about $8.00. About one month later, my credit card was charged additional charges of $89.71 and $89.77. I searched for contact information on Google to contact the company about these unexpected charges, and all I found were testimonies of other people who stated Revoria is a scam–they initially get you to sign up for the free product, and that somehow that enrolls you in a monthly subscription for the product at full price, and if you do not cancel in 14 days, you are forced to pay full price and you can’t get your money back. So I called my credit card company and explained this is a fraud, and they cancelled the charges. I thought it was resolved, but unfortunately, Revoria disputed the charge back, and my credit card company is rolling over and paying them! very angry. I do not understand how they can get away with this.

Gloria –

Victim Location 27545

Total money lost $179.48

Type of a scam Online Purchase

I saw the email that said "free sample of Revoria anti aging face cream; Revoria Anti-aging eye serum" just pay for shipping and handling for each. Face Cream- Price $0.00 – shipping $4.95. Eye Serum – Price – $0.00 – shipping $3.95. I paid $8.90 total on 12/29/2017. In January 12, 2018 my account was charged $89.77 for eye serum and $89.71 for face cream.

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