Michael David Palance

Phoenix, AZ, 85020, US

Reported Loss:

$44,000

Comments for Michael David Palance

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  • FIREBOBSTE
  • Report #5YDB2
  • 10th Aug, 2019
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I was visiting Boise and went to the mall with a friend. These nice people, or so I thought called me over. They wanted me to try this product. I was concerned with the price. I asked that I feed I had any problems would I be able to get a refund. I was assured by Jordan that I wouldn't need a refund because this would be so fearful for my skin, but if there was a problem a refund would be given. The next day, my skin was broken out and red and itchy. No doubt there had been an allergic reaction. Took pictures and called the number I had. Got no answer but when I finally did get a response I was told no refunds ,but that for an additional $499 they could exchange the product. I was u understanding this was a major scam by this point. I called their corporate headquarters and was told to email stephanie a pic of the receipt.and of my face and they would get me a refund, but it might take a while because each of the premier/supreme beauty was owned by different people. I took this to the credit card company. They are now saying that no refundable are allowed and that the contract said this. Even though I was told differently. So now I have been promised a refund. None has been given. My credit card company may not refund even though I have a card from them saying 'if there us problem will fix". One time when I tried to call they tried to pull that they didnt speak Englush. This company is a total RIP off scam- and when you sign, they will give you another copy that says 'no refunds only exchanges' well guess what, u less you fork out another $499 there will be no exchanges either! Plus I didn't get all of what I was promised and one of the bottles /syringe things exploded when I opened it causing half of it to spray across the room. They also said that all of this was made in Israel...nope made in USA and some says made in holland.

  • HLOWEDUSTE
  • Report #5YDB2
  • 10th Aug, 2019

We attended in July of this year and did not get a call back either. We were devastated! All of that hard work and determination did not pay off at all. We spent over $10,000 easily. We paid for level 3, which was $5,000 plus the $895 for adults in the party, plus our flights, hotel, car rental, parking, food, buying the outfits that were needed for each occasion for the three of us, pictures, and celebrating all of my daughter's hard work despite them not recognizing her and giving her a call back. Instead the kids that got recognized for getting the most call backs had messed up on their lines and were not attractive children, one was literally obese and you couldn't see his eyes and the other was overly confident and had bi-sexual parents that were straight ghetto looking, I mean a gold grill and all, and told their daughter to make the other kids want to be like her. Another aspect I didn't care for was when we first went to audition, Michael mentioned God in a speech he gave and how important this was in one's life, yet at Premiere, one of the showcases had the movie stars act out as though they were gay. It was horrible. I'm pretty sure most people in the audience were offended either way they swung and I did not see a one person laughing, not a one. Does anyone know what the meeting/session is about when you do get a call back. There is a meeting/session afterwards that only those who received a call back can attend and I was wondering if this is for the parents to sign a contract with Premiere representing them as their agent if the child does make it big or what is this session about and does Premiere get another cut?

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