Divine youth llc

This company advertised a free trial for their skin care which I stupidly fell for. They charged me shipping and sent some lotion. I emailed the company asking them to cancel any future renewals. They then charged me $90. Attempts to contact the company have gone unanswered. Plot twist: now this company no longer exists and the link I was given sends you to a different skincare line with the same claims, same celebrity endorsement, but it’s run out of California. I can no longer find their website because the link has been redirected AGAIN to a company called revitol whose contact phone number is not a toll free number. Very suspicious.

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