I purchased an Auramat (acupuncture like mat) from a website I saw on Facebook. They showed videos, had good reviews, and the mat looked made well. The website said it would be coming from Australia. When I finally received my tracking number, it did not work. I emailed them and facebook messaged them. They ignored my email and kept sending me the same standard message on facebook. When I finally got it to work, the website said the item was coming from China (which I try NEVER to buy from). When the mat came in weeks later, it smelled bad, looking NOTHING like the pictures, and was just terrible. I messaged them on facebook and once again, only received the same message. When I emailed them (twice) they finally got back to me and asked for my order number. I sent it to them weeks ago and they never answered me back. Even with me emailing them again. Their facebook page now has nothing on it and their website is blank with just their logo. I lost $60 which they obviously will not give back. They are scammers! DO NOT BUY FROM THEM!!!

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