While I was using Pinterest on my phone I received a pop-up. “As seen on Shark Tank” “The most veiwed episode in history”……. Well if this was endorsed by Shark Tank it has to be good.. I took a look and it was Clair Skin care anti-aging cream and and I could receive a “Free Sample” all I had to do was pay $4.95 shipping. Sounded too good to be true so I looked for some caveat explaining the fine details and couldn’t find any. So I deided to give it a try. I looked closely at my receipt and monitored my bank statement and found I was indeed charged only $4.95 for shipping. | Well about two weeks later I received a call from the Fraud department of my bank asking questions. This company had charged me $89.31!! long story short the bank said that since I accepted the product as a “Free Trail” that I would likely get stuck with the bill. I called the company to see if I could get a refund and they said I could have a 35% credit. I doubt I will even get that amount credited after all this is a scam company with no integrity. | So there you have it, I paid big $$$$ for a bottle of Cream that looks like it was made in someones garage and had no noticable effect. | By the way it was never on Shark Tank and I now see where this scam has been marketed under several other false advertising stratagies.