Three months I received an e-mail for a tooth whitening product called "Dazzlewhite". I normally don't make online purchase for products after receiving e-mails from unknown parties but chose to do so this time. I read the sales agreement and agreed to purchase a trial sample for Dazzlewhite. The product burnt my teeth. I contacted Dazzlewhite Customer Service and was given a return address for the two vials which I received. I instructed them to cancell my monthly membership. I don't recall ever seeing any information on ezykit and elitepack nor do I ever recall seeing information which stated that I would be billed monthly from these two companies.
I spoke with TD Visa Loss Department this morning who have received many complaints about ezykit and elitepack. TD Visa willn't reverse the two charges which appear on my latest TD Visa Statement. They did provide me with contact numbers for both ezykit and elitepack where I was able to cancell my monthly memberships. I was given a cancellation #.
I advise all persons who have been scammed by ezykit and elitepack to notify your credit card company of any fraudulent charges which appear on your monthly statement. They should have a contact number for ezykit and elitepack. You will be given the option to cancell your monthly membership and will be given a cancellation #.
I also have a address for elitepack and ezykit:
Po Box 22100
East 26 Avenue
Aurora, Colorado 80019
I suspect that elitepack and ezykit are owned by a parent company (name unknown) that hires a call centre to field complaints from current customers.
I plan to file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau for the State of Colorado and advise others to do the same. You may even wish to contact the Fraud Department of your Local Police Department.