I ordered DermaFi from a web ad, primarily due to the "Dr. Oz approved" claim. Other than the "free trial" offer, there was absolutely NO information about the program. Frankly, I don't even recall any mention of the 14-day limit. I thought, well, they'll send more information with the product.
My order arrived with no brochures, no notices, no product pricing, no notice of being enrolled in an autoship program, no information about being charged for anything other than the small shipping charge. Incidentally, the product I received was not the same product that was shown on the website.
Well, stupid is as stupid does!
I finally sat down this morning and called them to get more information and sadly found that I had missed the 14-day cutoff by three days. I have now been charged $89.31, and there are no "take-backs." Being on Social Security, I can tell you this does sting quite a bit.
Since I've only just begun to use the product over the past three days, I don't know whether the stuff works or not. There are currently no visible signs that it does. However, had it been made clear that I would be charged after 14 days, I would have definitely been watching the calendar more closely.
In my opinion, just the lack of clarity in their advertising is enough for this product to qualify as a scam. I really recommend you do not fall for this. And I seriously doubt Dr. Oz would back any product with this kind of deceptive advertising.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend