Vita Silk cream was connected to a celebrity I recognized. I fell for the free trial on the website. I gave all my personal info and ordered the free trial. They offered eye cream for $5.00. I ordered it. I received both products by Canada Post.My bank statement for September showedSept 26 SMuscleplan.com 855-217-6575 $119.95Sept 29 SSkinplan.com 855-217-7258 $115.95I called my credit card company to ask about the charges. Since I didn’t recognize them.I was told that these charges were connected to the free trial. The cream and the eye cream.I was then told that more charges were coming on my October statementOct 26 for $119.95Oct 29 for $115.95I called the phone number as advised by the credit card company. I was told that those charges are for the creams and that they would send them monthly and I would be charged those amounts monthly.I received another package 2 days ago. I opened it and found that they had sent the creams. I planned on sending them back.I asked them to remove those charges and that I do not want the creams. They refuse to withdraw the charges. I was then referred to a supervisor who has cancelled any further creams. The best he could do was to give me 15% of the October charges.They want to send me 2 free months worth of creams instead of a refund. I told them I do not want the creams. I refused them. They insist on sending them.I have received notification of my cancellation from them but in the meantime I have paid $236.00 a month for 2 months for this cream.I found the exact same Vita Silk cream on Amazon for $27.95. I paid $472.00.I contacted Canada Post because I received an e-mail today from them to say a package will be delivered within the next 2 days. I contacted them and asked if I have to accept it. They said just write return to sender. I notice on the packaging I received a couple of days ago aFROM address: P.O.Box 1238, Toronto, ON M3J 0R7I have learned an expensive mistake. I am a careful shopper but because there was a celebritie’s name attached to this cream, I fell for it.