To Return Keragro

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Mary Kate Says:

I had read these reviews after I had bought the bottle. Oops on my part. So I waited and received the bottle, never opened it and called the company. Other than the fact I waited for 15 minutes and the women on the other end of the line spoke poor english I received my RMA number, taped up the package and sent it back. I haven't been charged since. To those of you that want to return it. It goes back to the same address that it came from. Them saying you need a "special address", is a bunch of bull. You will although need to call them and get the RMA number. Just write it on the package then and return to sender. They have not charged me the $85 since I had sent it back and they also have not returned my money. Hope this helps.

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Betty Boop Says:

i do not have the address to return unopened bottle.

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