This starts with an Internet pop-up advertisement, showing a man with puffy bags under his eyes and crow’s-feet at the corners of eyes. They dab some cream on the crow’s-feet and under the eyes – and the skin pulls-up to a point that the wrinkles go away and the bags disappear. Then they offer a “FREE TRIAL”, where you pay shipping and handling on the first order and must call to cancel repeat orders. But, after 14 days … they charge your account for the full price of the products that they mail you, a tiny jar of cream and a small tube of serum. The amount that appears on your card is $98.11. Nowhere on any documents (shipped in the box) does it say that your ‘FREE’ trial is a 14-day trial. Nowhere in the pop-up advertisement does it define that you’ll be charged full price after 14 days – it only amplifies the ‘FREE’ trial. | When you call customer service, they are quick to tell you that you had to click that you were 18 years or older. They state your IP address and date the order was made, then, offer you a reduced price, that they state, they are not authorized to make – but because of “YOUR” misunderstanding and the fact that somewhere hidden in the middle or towards the bottom of the ‘TERMS and AGREEMENTS’, it states 14 day trial … they feel compelled to give you a discount. But, that if you continue to argue … they don’t feel like assisting with any discount. They give you a transaction ID – Cancelation 1 (for Jar of cream), Cancelation 2 (for tube of cream), and a 50% discount. So, said and done … your ‘FREE TRIAL’ only cost you – $49.05!!