I too ordered this item off of the Facebook advertisement. The advertisement showed an actual hairbrush with many bristles and advertised $59.99 at half off for a price of $29.99. I thought, "I can spring $30 for an easier way to straighten my hair," so I proceeded to the website.
At the portion of the form that asked for my credit card information, I input my info and clicked "next." I didn't click "purchase" or "confirm" or "agree to taxes fees and additional fees." I IMMEDIATELY received FRAUD ALERT texts from my bank. I only ENTERED my credit card information, and immediately this "company" withdrew five charges from my account. The charges were $5, $5, $9, $9, and $48.85.
I verified with my bank that I DID NOT, in fact, agree to these charges and the bank was able to get most of my money back. I emailed the customer support line as well but never received a response.
Much to my surprise, I received an "Electra Hair Brush" in the mail yesterday. It was from somewhere in Asia with a very poorly written "user manual." The brush is not the brush advertised in the Facebook advertisement. This brush is a small, thin, maroon "brush" that is more of a wide comb with "Electra Hair Straightening Brush" poorly printed on the side.
I poked around on the internet, and this actual brush I received is for sale on Amazon for $12.99. Someone is running a scam under the name Electra Hair Brush for sure.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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