Tooth whitening ads are a scam
I just wanted to give a heads up about one of the google ads that pop up on ours as well as many other web sites. Its the one with the nasty teeth that are turned white by some easy cheap means. I'm sure you have seen them. They offer free trial of the product, you only have to pay shipping and handling.
I fell for that offer back in June when I had hit my year of no smoking. I just wanted to try a "good" tooth whitener as a sort of gift to myself.
Well, almost 5 months and I don't know how many calls to them and my credit card company, I'm still getting erroneous charges from them and other "health" company's for services I never signed up for. I finally today had to close my credit card account and block it from any more charges. I decided that was the only way to stop them.
Please if you see that ad ignore it, tell your friends and family to ignore it. It is a scam that is a mess to get out of. The names are Dazzle White and Easy White. Those are the ones they used when I signed up anyway. The ads even have the ol "as seen on Oprah" hook on them.
There is another one called premium white pro all the same company and the same scam
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Last edited by Vidaloco; 10-27-2009 at 08:12 PM.