I, like countless other women, in hopes of deterring aging have fallen scam to Dermaxquis' claims of "improved skin". As it turns out, they have no refunds and even though I have canceled "my subscription" and have not received any products, they continue to auto-debit my account. I have since filed with my bank and will do so with BBB (whether it helps or not).
Oh, and the cream, needless to say, does not live up to their claim! I believe that any company who wants to build a loyal base, maintain accounts should be able to refund, if need be, and cancel the subscription.
I realized the first error was on my part for not cancelling within the "14-day trial period". Ok I own up to it. But to continue debiting without sending any products? OK, we all make mistakes. So they didn't cancel my subscription, perhaps an oversight. People make mistakes, I get that, but my gosh, amend and refund what is owed back the consumer instead of having them run, beg for their refund. I just firmly believe that this company is trying to scam as much as they can before they get found out then re-market the same product under another name.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend