Hydroxatone and Radialab are both anti-aging products which claim to rejuvenate the skin. They offer a 30 day free trial (or risk-free as stated on some websites) and if you find the products dis-satisfactory you can cancel the subscription. The reviews on their official websites and their advertisements are very convincing and have misled thousands of people into being a victim of the Radialabs and Hydroxatone spam.
Some of the advertisements portray that if Radialabs and Hydroxatone are used together they can help you achieve miraculous results, unlike any other similar products sold before. Many people were compelled by the advertisements to buy both Radialabs and Hydroxatone, either separately or combined. After the 30 days trial period ended most of the customers canceled their subscriptions thinking that it would be the end of their story with Radialabs and Hydroxatone, they did not know that it was just a beginning. Even though they did not purchase the monthly packages of the products, the cost of the products was charged on their credit card monthly or deducted from their bank accounts. They literally ripped off the pockets of hundreds of people without them knowing.
Upon realizing what was happening many customers tried to reach the company but were unsuccessful. The customer service department was no help either; many consumers were given a rude treatment and were yelled at. Some of the calls made even went unanswered or were put on hold and never answered. Numerous customers sent emails to the Radialabs and Hydroxatone but haven’t received any replied till date. The customers canceled their credit cards out because Radialabs and Hydroxatone were exploiting their personal information and their credit card details.
Radialabs and Hydroxatone defend themselves by saying that it was a ‘risk-free trial’ not a ‘free trial’ and the customers who are supposedly the victims of the Radialabs and Hydroxatone Scam have not canceled out their subscriptions and are hence being charged for the monthly packages. Customers have also claimed that the monthly-package creams never reached them, the post offices have evidence. The customers were sent bills by the companies saying that they owe the company money; they also received rude phone calls saying the same thing.
Active lawsuits are being filed against Radialabs and Hydroxatone by various customers. The number of customers who were a victim of this scam is in thousands and serious action has to be taken against these companies to put their actions to a halt. Otherwise they will keep looting customers who are ignorant about the fact that in process of their “anti-wrinkle” trials their wallets are becoming wrinkled!
Be warned – don’t buy through a company that offers free trials, instead pay for the product and get the product and don’t rely on the companies free trials or risk free trials.
There are many good companies out there that we can suggest to buy through and it is a shame that there is a company out there that doesn’t provide good service. The product itself is being found useful to a lot of people so don’t let a company with a bad reputation stop you from getting the product you need.