Ideal image charged me $6500 and I have not had any services
BOCA RATON, FLORIDA -- 1)I did not authorize Ideal Image to charge my Care Credit account $6,500.00.
2)I have not received any services of any kind, nor have I scheduled any appointments for treatments.
3)I did not sign a contract binding me to no refunds, nor was I told or shown any policy stating that I could not receive a refund.
4)I was misled by Ideal Image. I was led to believe that signing a sales draft for Care Credit was acknowledging the credit approval with Care Credit of $6,500.
On 6/08/07 I verbally agreed running my credit to see if I would be approved with care credit for $6,500(the amount of what it would cost to have the laser removal). I was approved for $6,500. Kristen Martilini sent me a fax (4 pages including the cover page) pertaining to the areas chosen for the laser removal, along with a sales draft of a $6,500.00 line of credit that had been approved for my procedure and a pre and post treatment instructions. I was misled into believing that the sales draft required a signature to confirm my line of credit with Care Credit. I was not made aware that Ideal Image would run any charge on my care credit account, let alone the full amount of $6,500.00 before any appointments or treatments had been made.
Due to unforeseen circumstances over the weekend, I decided I did not want any treatments to be done.
I called Ideal Image and spoke to Kristen about my situation and asked that the line of credit be cancelled as I was no longer interested in having any procedures done at this time, and if she would please make sure this did not affect my credit(referencing the three credit bureaus)
Ideal Image had denied a full refund. Their only option was to give me a full refund and transfer the $6,500 to my husbandâs credit, which would leave me with no refund at all. This was not an option for me. Kristen implied that there was a contract involved which I was legally bound to. I explained to Kristen that I have not signed any contract, and I should be entitled to a full refund. Kristen told me that everything I signed (The above 4 pages) had a no refund policy. This was a false statement; there was no paperwork that I signed that stated anything about a no refund policy or any agreement between myself and Ideal Image.
A colleague of mine called Ideal Image as a potential client. She spoke with Eron. She asked Eron about Ideal Imageâs refund policy and asked if every client has to sign a contract, Eron told her that every client has to sign a contract. If this is the case then where is my signed contract?
I requested a hardcopy to be faxed to me immediately as I did not authorize my signature on any legal documentation binding me without a refund being possible. The alleged binding "contract" was not shown to me before this dispute arose and my signature is not on this document.
I reviewed this document and was immediately aware that Ideal Image drew up their own contract adding my name within, binding me to their company and denying me of a full refund.