Glory Green Coffee

On Facebook I saw an ad with Dr Oz. He was the talking about a facial lotion to reduce wrinkles. I clicked on the link and was taken to a form that said free sample, just pay shipping and handling. I don’t recall any special warnings. I received the product, no notes in the box & just assumed that this was a "FREE" sample. My credit card was billed $88.10 for a tiny bottle & I found out that I’d be billed the same amount every month. My credit card company was very helpful, recognized this vendor & they are helping me to dispute the bill.

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