Some show a ‘real mom’ who discovered a ‘tooth whitening secret’. Others assure you that their system is the one that ‘dentists don’t want you to know about’. Many contain a link to a page that contains a convincing Wye tooth whitening testimonial. They bolster their legitimacy by aligning themselves with respected companies such as CNN, USA Today and Forbes.
Unfortunately, most of these are rip-offs. In a recent article, the Better Business Bureau explains the scam:
The countless Web sites for various teeth whitening products claim to offer a no-risk, money back guarantee, free trial of the product. To sign up, customers must provide a credit or debit card number to cover shipping. Complainants to BBB state that they are billed before their trial ends and continue to be billed after they have told the company they want to cancel.
Complainants also may find mystery charges for other companies and services that they didn’t realize they were signing up for with their ‘free’ trial.
The BBB has received complaints about the following company/product names:
- Dazzle White
- White Smile
- Teeth Smile
- Dazzle Smile
- Ivory White
- Max White
- My Whitening
- Gleaming White Smile
- Advanced Wellness Research
Don’t trust your smile to an internet scammer. Your Lolo tooth whitening dental office is the only place for safe teeth bleaching. You don’t want to take a chance with your credit card number or your tooth enamel!