map-marker Glasgow, Scotland

Illegal teeth whitening, substandard products

None of the teeth whitening products sold by Brian Christie last. I have now tried them ALL and they are disappointing. Dentawhite, Megawhite, Blue Fusion Gel, The Teeth Whitening Shop, Ultrasmile Express are all the same company. There is a lot of negative information on the internet about these whitening products, in my experience I have to agree and say it is true. It makes you very suspicious as to why they keep rebranding, not an honest company by a long shot. The longest the 'whiteness' lasts is around 3 hours -not even long enough for an evening out. I tried to complain but got shouted down by a scottish woman. They are a nasty company and I would not entertain them further. The fact that they have been on Rip Off Britain and in the newspapers says it all. Don't buy anything from them - the only thing you will be is out of pocket and disappointed with the results.
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Sofie Zvs

Watch out for them at all the Professional Beauty shows too, they will be under the Ultra Smile Express logo or Megawhite - Don't part with any money, put these cowboys out of business and spread the word. You'll know it's them as they are practically ALL Scottish.

Bow Xgz

Very dangerous treatment and company

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This is the new name for Megawhite which was the new name for "The Teeth Whitening Shop" which was the new name for Dentawhite. It is an illegal teeth whitening company run by Brian Christie and his mother Liz Christie. They go by many different names (Bryan James, Liz Umwado, James Christie, Liz Makiyi etc). They are notorious fraud operators that have been featured on the BBC television programme "Rip Off Britain", GMTV, "Scams Busters" and more. They used to perform teeth whitening. Then the law was catching up so they started to sell teeth whitening franchises. One of their franchisees got prosecuted, so instead of training people to perform whitening, they sold them a kit and told them it was "self administered". More franchisees got prosecuted. Now they are selling home kits. Four former franchisees now have criminal records despite this company telling them that they were completely legal. If you are thinking about getting involved or having the treatment - AVOID. They are uneducated charlatans with no dental background. They do not care about your health or your business, they just want your money.
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Illegal Teeth whitening will be a highlight on tonights 11th June 2015 BBC1 Watchdog programme.

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